St. Mira's College For Girls, Pune

Autonomous - Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University * Undertaking

Re-accredited by NAAC 'A' Grade (Third Cycle June 2017) 2017 : NAAC score 3.41 2012 : NAAC score 3.03 Awarded: Best College-SPPU (2002); , UGC-CPE (2005), UGC-CPE (2010)

Placements 2021-22

Webinar on Post COVID Job Scenario and Interview Skills

On 26th June 2020, students of St. Mira’s college were offered an opportunity to address one of the major roadblocks that they were facing in their career due to COVID-19, through a webinar on “Post COVID Job Scenario and Interview Skills”

The webinar was conducted in collaboration with PIBM (Pune Institute of Business Management), by Mr. Parijat Pushp, Talent acquisition head - Mahindra insurance Brokers limited), and Mr. Ramanpreet (Chairman –PIBM) The aim of the webinar was equipping students with modern ways of presenting themselves and their resume for interviews. Mr. Pushp and Mr. Ramanpreet gave several insights on changing requirements in today’s scenario. The students were guided on the pathways to achieve the right kind of value addition to their profile.

They also highlighted the need of being aware of current affairs, knowing the game changers and encouraged the students to enhance their knowledge through reading. They emphasized the importance of JD in an interview process and knowledge of company details.

This informative session imparted wisdom which enabled the students to evaluate their understanding of interview skills and improving their strategy for job interviews. The webinar was successful in educating the students on the formation of a strong base in the career of their choice. More than 250 students of all streams of TY and PG courses attended the session through the Zoom platform for two hours. This interactive session was helpful to students to chart their career path, not only in ways to move forward with a strong focus on their career but also gave them the motivation to look at challenging times like these with positivity.

St. Mira’s College has an active Placement Cell. The cell facilitates as a coordinating body between the industry and students. The raison d'être of our institution is to assist our students in achieving their dreams of successful careers in a challenging and ever-diversifying industry.

The Placement Cell enables students to explore the world of employment and new career avenues. It also helps students in career planning through counseling wherein they hone their strengths in terms of their interests, aptitudes, and abilities so that they can choose their career more effectively.

The focus of the Placement Cell is also on the professional development by training them in employability skills such as resume building, group discussion, and interview skills which in turn helps the students to move into the desired occupation and/or apply to prestigious postgraduate and professional schools.

The Placement Cell takes the initiative to explore new career avenues for graduates and postgraduates through visits to new companies and unexplored sectors. Campus recruitments are rigorously organized every year.

Pre-placement activities as well as Placement Internships are arranged for students. The selection process generally starts with a pre-placement talk to give insights into the company profile, job profile, career path, CTC etc. This is followed by the actual selection process i.e. written tests, group discussions, interviews etc.

Pre Placement Activities

  • Guest Lectures, Aptitude Tests, Group Discussions
  • Soft Skill training, Mock interviews
  • Invite companies for conducting placement drives.
  • Informing students about Company background and job profiles
  • Develop network with HR Personnel of companies.
  • Engage with Alumni Association
  • Maintain Database of students.
  • Follow-up with the companies for joining formalities

Placement Cell

Placement Cell Hierarchy


  • To place the students in their areas of interest in organizations/institutes.
  • To develop a bridge between the College and Industry.
  • To guide the students in development of soft skills.
  • To increase awareness amongst students about placements.
  • To create more opportunities and skill sets with the help of credit courses.

Placement and Career Counseling Cell Activities - 2017

The Placement Cell of St. Mira’s College has been actively involved in bringing about a match between the requirements of various companies and the students’ interests, their abilities and potentials.

The success of the Placement Cell lies in placing the right candidates, in the right jobs, at the right time.

The first half of the academic year had many orientations, on-campus and off-campus placement drives.

Guest Lectures and Orientations

  • The Teach for India Fellowship Program is an opportunity for the youth to serve as full-time teachers to children from low-income communities in some of the nation’s most under-resourced schools. The placement cell in collaboration with the Department of English had organized an orientation on 7th August 2017for the students across all streams.
  • Edwise Overseas Education Consultants providessolutions for all international study needs. An orientation was organized on 12th September 2017 for the students across all streams where students of BA, BCom and BBA participated. 3 students, 1 from BCom and 2 from BA got an opportunity to participate in the Deakin interactive week to acquirea full scholarship for higher education at Deakin University, Australia. One of the students got selected for the 2nd round to be conducted in Delhi in June 2018.
  • The Naandi Foundation – Mahindra Pride School Skilling Project was introduced in St. Mira’s College for BBA, BCA, and B.Sc. (CS) students. Students participated in a soft skill training program with them.

Placement and Internship Drive

  • Intelligence Plus Pvt. Ltd. is an educational institute which offers internship programs and placement to graduates and undergraduates. Two of our SYBA and four of our BBA students got selected for the internship.
  • Just Being Centre provides mindfulness-based therapies. It offers internship programs and placement to graduates and undergraduates. Four of our students got selected for the internship out of which one student was offered a full-time job post completion of the TYBA examination.
  • Centre for Mental Health Services in collaboration with Teach for India, provides training and internship programs to graduate and undergraduate students. 12 SYBA students and 4 TYBA students got selected for the same.
  • Aninternship program was introduced for BA(History) and B.SC.(CS) students by the company Tick-links.
  • Placement drives of L&T Infotech,Mphasis,Deloitte, Cognizant,Syntel,and Adweb Software were conducted on-campus and off-campus.

Pre Placement Activities

Soft Skill Session on "HOW TO CRACK APTITUDE"

The Soft-skills session, “How to crack Aptitude” was organized by the Placement Cell and Life Skills Committee of St. Mira’s College, for Final Year Students to guide them how aptitude problems can be solved. 102 students across all streams participated for the same.

The session was conducted by Prof Anupama Tadarmala (Associate Dean & DY academic Coordinator) on 16 September 2021 on a Virtual Platform.

It was indeed an engaging session which highlighted:

  • Why aptitude is important for placement.
  • What is required when solving aptitude problems?
  • How to solve aptitude questions in a simple and easy way.

Guest Lecture on “ How to develop Maths Calculations? ”

A guest lecture on “How to develop Maths Calculations?” was jointly organized by the Placement Cell, St. Mira’s College for Girls, Pune, and IMS, Pune, on 17th August 2021 for all final year students. The session was conducted by Mr. Anirudh Murarka (Lead Quant Mentor - IMS Pune) on the virtual platform Zoom. Around 91 final-year students actively participated in the session. The objective of the guest lecture was to provide knowledge and insight on various aptitude tests for competitive exams. Techniques of oral calculations for squares and logical reasoning techniques were discussed. Students were encouraged to try solving calculations on their own. The speaker explained mathematical techniques to improve aptitude skills and problem-solving abilities. The session was very well received by the participants. A good insight on Logical Reasoning was the key point of the lecture.

Soft-skills Session -“How to Build Vocabulary”

The Soft-skills session -“How to Build Vocabulary” was jointly organized by the Placement Cell of St. Mira’s College for Girls, Pune and IMS, Pune for final year students to groom them for the corporate world. The webinar was attended by 78 participants across all streams. The session was conducted by Mr. Vikash Singh, verbal mentor, IMS Pune on 18th August 2021 on the Zoom platform. The webinar focused on various vocabulary-building concepts and ideas. The keynote address was given by Mr. Vikash Singh. He started his talk with the quote, “The limits of my language are the limits of my world.” He shared multiple ideas, techniques, and concepts to build the vocabulary. He discussed several techniques to increase vocabulary in a short time, like Root word learning, associations, and mnemonics, context or usage or sentences, taking quizzes and practices. He also suggested a book, “Word power made easy,” for the students to learn root words. The webinar involved an interactive learning session wherein students participated actively by asking questions and providing answers to questions asked by the speaker. Mr. Vikash Singh emphasized techniques in preparing for competitive exams and jobs. All the attendees grasped various techniques to build their vocabulary in the session

Soft Skill Session - “College to Corporate”

The Soft-skills session - ‘College to Corporate’ was organized by the Placement Cell and Life Skills Committee of St. Mira’s College for Final Year Students to groom them for the corporate world. 194 students across all streams participated in the same. The session was conducted by Dr S. Jayaraman (Director –ISB&M Bangalore) on 10th August 2021 on a virtual platform.

The engaging session highlighted:

  • The requirements for the successful landing of a dream job.
  • The dos and don’ts for stepping into the corporate world.
  • The basic skills mandatory for any job profile: Communication, Interpersonal, Technical Skills
  • The importance of one’s confidence and personality in the Corporate world.
  • The changing scenario of the corporate world and the skills and mindset required for global world work culture.


Online Placement Orientation Sessions were conducted for final year postgraduate and under-graduation students of St. Mira’s College for Girls, across all streams in July. The highlights of the sessions were:-

  • Acclimatising the student community about the Placement Cell.
  • The functioning of the Placement Cell through teacher representative and placement student representatives, where students liaison the activities.
  • An array of placement opportunities/drives available on and off-campus.
  • Yearlong placement activities focusing on enhancing their soft skills relating to resume drafting, aptitude tests, group discussion, goal setting, preparing for the interview to be conducted by industry experts having years of experience in the field.
  • Internship opportunities available and how to opt for them.
  • Registration with the placement cell using an online google form.
  • A need assessment form is circulated with students to know the inclination of students for the same

Details of the Online Orientation session streamwise:

  • T.Y. B.Sc. Computer Science Students: 1 July 2021
  • T.Y. BBA(CA): 14th July 2021
  • T.Y. BA: 16th July 2021
  • T.Y. BBA: 14th July 2021
  • T.Y. B.Com and M.Com: 31st July 2021

Overall, they were interactive sessions where all queries, raised by students, were answered. The sessions were especially informative for the current third-year students and will benefit them in the upcoming placement drives.

Placement Sources

Alumni of the College

Personal Networking

College Reputation

Corporate Social Responsibility

Service Industry approaches

Industry HR Communication

Performance of Previous selected students in the company

Advertisements in the News Paper

Industry Connect

New Coming

Placement Activities


Mamta Chaudhary - B.SC.(CS) - 2016

TCS-AIP 2018-19

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