RTET 2014

RTET 2014


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About The Event

Reaping Talents Employability Test
Round 1:
1.Quantitative Ability
2.Verbal ability and Reading Comprehension
3.Data interpretation and logical reasoning
There are 3 sections with 15 Questions in each section. (allocated time-60 mins)
**this round will test the students capabilities and intelligence to solve and approach the same sort of problems and will find the best of the lot.
Round 2:
Group discussions/extempore
**this round will judge students communication skills, soft skills, leadership qualities and how they approach things and their instant response to situations.
Round 3:
Personal Interview
** This round will select the finalists of RTET.
Eligibility criteria:
BE, BTech, ME, Mtech, MCA perusing or completed from a reputed institute.
Preferred Scores of candidates: 55% aggregate in graduation, 12th standard & 10th standard
-Direct interview calls from Top MNC’s
-Score Card and Participation Certificate will be provided.
-Top students will be trained on latest industry technologies for free worth lakhs of Rupees.
-All students clearing the first Round will be trained for basic skills required to get into top notch companies for free.
-Toppers will be trained in most demanded technologies used in MNC's for free.
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • AS 400
  • Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
  • Software Testing 
  • Software Development  
  • CATIA ,PROe  and many more...............
Employment Facilitation for RTET Test Takers
Scores of all RTET test takers are shared, primarily with all the endorsing companies, and companies directly connect to those who perform well in the RTET assessment and meet defined job criteria.
-Students will have offers from top companies well before they pass-out.
-Students get to know their weaknesses and can work accordingly to enhance their skills.
-Students are no more dependent on Campus drives waiting in the crowd of lakhs of students.