Gone are the days when campus recruitment training was an optional decision. Today, in any college, the question is NOT whether campus recruitment training must be conducted but rather WHO SHOULD BE CONDUCTING IT.

And this is where SMART comes in because as PIONEERS and LEADERS in the field, SMART has trained over 1.5 million+ students in over 700+ colleges across the country.

And what make SMART the leaders?

  • Subject-specific specialist trainers
  • Dedicated R&D team for continuous analysis and upgrade
  • Up-to-date relevant courseware aligned to industry trends
  • State-of-the-art test tools
  • Continued online student engagement beyond training
  • Continued online student engagement beyond training
  • Rigorous feedback mechanism
  • Full-fledge infrastructure

Components of Campus recruitment Training

Campus recruitment Training is all about helping students clear the multiple stages of recruitment and ultimately land the job. To this end, training typically comprises one or all of the following elements – Aptitude, Language, Technical and Soft Skills, depending on the priorities and duration available on hand.

  • Aptitude Skills
      General Aptitude comprises Quantitative, Reasoning and Verbal Ability

    • Quantitative Ability

      Quantitative Aptitude is all about one’s ‘flair for numbers’. Questions are from various topics of arithmetic, algebra and geometry in the form of direct problem solving or the more indirect data sufficiency.

      Reasoning Ability

      Reasoning is of many types – Logical, Analytical, Critical, Nom-Verbal, etc. While definitions may vary, the idea behind it is to test one’s application of logic to draw inferences or conclusions based on given premises or assumptions.


      Verbal Ability refers to one’s ‘flair for language’, specifically English in the context of company aptitude tests. The verbal sections of Aptitude Tests are essentially designed to evaluate the test-taker’s command over Vocabulary, Grammar, Comprehension and Application.

  • Language Skills
    • Here the thrust is more on ‘functional English’ with the objective of building a stronger language base for better listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
  • Technical Skills
    • Technical Skills relevant to Placement Tests and Technical Interviews are covered. A combination of classroom inputs and lab sessions cover the entire gamut of Data Structures, C, C++, OOPS, DBMS, Networks, Operating Systems.
  • Soft Skills
    • Soft Skills in the context of Employability has two major segments:
        1. Personal Development: Pertaining to acquiring and developing skills such as effective communication, presentation skills, time management, interpersonal skills, etc. that would improves one’s efficiency and productivity in general.

        2. Career Marketing: Starting from creating one’s resume, to the nuances of GD-PI (Group Discussions and Interviews), here the nitty-gritty of placement readiness is covered with scope for mock sessions and practice.

Popular Course Options

SMART Capsule SMART Power SMART Intense SMART Apex
Description Fast-paced and concise for those with a time or budget constraint The most popular medium range programme Bigger is better. A solid programme for those who can make the time commitment. The All-in-One Placement Training Solution that takes care of everything!
Duration 3 days 6 days 10 days Classic: 30 days Premium: 60 days
Structure Single-level Single-level Single-level Multi-level
Ideal For Pre-final and final year students Pre-final and final year students Pre-final and final year students I, II and III year students

Customized Courses

Over and above this, if you still have a different requirement, SMART would be happy to design and execute a tailor-made training programme for your students.

“ We offer campus placement training to all our students, starting from the freshmen… We seldom compromise on quality and hence it was an easy decision to count on SMART to be our training partner ”
- Dr V Samuel Rajkumar,