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On-the-Job Training

On the Job Training (O.J.T.) means a training that occurs in a work place/ company/ business organization. The student has to undergo O.J.T. for about 8 weeks (at least 300 hours) at exiting level.

  • All students must complete O.J.T. as a requirement for graduation with level of Diploma-II/ Advanced Diploma / Bachelor.
  • Students can do O.J.T with one or two subjects remaining with prior approval from his advisor and the Head of OJT department.
  • No student can do O.J.T with more than two subjects remaining.
  • The O.J.T Department will have the following responsibilities and authority:
    • Coordination between the head of centers and departments regarding industrial links and their counterparts in industry and other concerned bodies.
    • Maintaining a department database comprising department activities, industrial links, jobs and training opportunities.
    • Organizing student visit to industrial establishments and joint events.
    • Coordinating on – the- job training between departments and industrial establishments, and ensuring students' compliance to bylaws, rules and regulation.
    • Following up the unified standard assessment system for the –on-the- job training program.
    • Making arrangements for guest speakers, exhibitions and seminars in coordination with the concerned department and industrial establishments.
    • Submitting a report on students' activities to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs.


3 STEPS PROCEDURE FOR O.J.T:

STEP 1: (Registration for O.J.T)

  • Coordination between the head of centers and departments regarding industrial links and their counterparts in industry and other concerned bodies.
  • Maintaining a department database comprising department activities, industrial links, jobs and training opportunities.
  • Organizing student visit to industrial establishments and joint events.
  • Coordinating on – the- job training between departments and industrial establishments, and ensuring students' compliance to bylaws, rules and regulation.
  • Following up the unified standard assessment system for the –on-the- job training program.
  • Making arrangements for guest speakers, exhibitions and seminars in coordination with the concerned department and industrial establishments.
  • Submitting a report on students' activities to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs.

STEP 2: (After Start of your O.J.T in Company)

  • Call your college assessor/OJT coordinator and submit the contact details (Telephone/ Email) of industry supervisor, organization location where you are doing your O.J.T. and request him/ her for a visit (inform about office timing and holidays to avoid unnecessary travel, take appointment with your industry supervisor well in advance).
  • Regularly fill the attendance record and student log of daily activities (Page7 & Page 8-12).
  • Collect and keep record of information related to the organization / activities for ppt preparation during the training.

STEP 3: (On Completion of O.J.T)

  • Report back to your college assessor about completion of the training.
  • Fix a date for ppt presentation with your college assessor.
  • After completion of presentation submit a copy of ppt, certificate from training organization (if issued) and OJT log book to the department OJT coordinator.
  • Collect a copy of assessor’s evaluation sheet and complete the graduation form available in the registration department.

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