More than 2300 of our graduates have gone on to find work they find meaningful and impactful in the last few years.
Over three hundred organisations participate in our campus placements, including large organisations in the NGO space, small organisations at the grassroots, research institutions, policy bodies, CSRs, quasi-government institutions and schools.
Our alumnus now work in the social sector and in higher studies and research.
The social sector today is an exciting place full of rich career opportunities. If you care to contribute to the development of the country, you can choose from a diverse range of roles. From “on the ground” interventions to programme management, policy related work to teaching and capacity building, each of you can bring your vast range of skills and competencies and make them matter. We seek your ability to create innovative and pathbreaking solutions to social problems.
Our Placement Committee is here to take care of you as you go through the rigorous process of looking for your ideal job.
- We help you prepare for your process of applications for different roles
- We help you identify fellowships and timelines for higher studies
- We provide soft-skills training.
I have been working with Pradan in Chattisgarh. Things are challenging but I have learnt a lot. My education gave me a base to understand things theoretically with my job now helping me deepen that with daily life with realities in a village.
We ensure that organisations with job openings are aware of the skills and capabilities that you learn at our University. Organisations are also required to give you a presentation about their organisation so that you can make a careful choice about what is right for you.
The placement process begins in February and ends in June of every year. During this time, organisations visit campus so that you can interact with them and choose between a vast range of opportunities in the social sector.
Write to us!
If you’re interested in recruiting our students, write to <firstname.lastname@example.org>