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CAMPUS RECRUITMENTA Necessary Evil For

Every Organization

Submitted by SUPRIYA GUPTA Roll No.-31

It started with a dream. Bharat Desai (Founder, Chairman & CEO Syntel Inc) ( Follow your passion. Find strong, brilliant mentors to guide, advice and motivate you. Never stop believing in your self or your idea and you will be more successful than you ever imagined (Economic Times, Mumbai)

Company ProfileEvolution of Syntel :THE EARLY DAYS : After success with a leading Indian technology services firm, Bharat Desai had the urge to launch his own company. Armed with an M.B.A. from The University of Michigan as well as $2,000 in savings, Desai launched Syntel in 1980. GOING GLOBAL : In 1992, when most IT services firms were focused on delivering on-site services, Syntel was busy launching its first Global Development Center in Mumbai, India. Working closely with its customer, American International Group (AIG), Syntel became the first U.S.-based IT services company to launch a global delivery concept. By leveraging the outstanding pool of technology talent, a 12-hour time zone variance, and economies of scale, Syntel became the first firm to run an around-theclock IT project approach. A Public Appearance: In 1997, Syntel launched its initial public offering (IPO) with the sale of 3.45 million shares of stock, trading on NASDAQ under the symbol SYNT. All Syntel employees at the time became shareholders, and the company began life in the public eye.

Company and Investor BasicsOverview Syntel helps its Global 2000 customers remain at the forefront of their industries with innovative uses of technology to operate their businesses more efficiently. We deliver flexible, custom Information Technology and Business Process outsourcing solutions through vertical practices and a Global Delivery Service that improve quality and reduce costs. 1980

Year founde d Chairman /CEO Number of emplo yees Number of offices Global headq uarter s Mailing addres s

Bharat Desai

6,600+

27 worldwide

Troy, Michigan, USA

525 E. Big Beaver Third Floor Troy, MI 48083

Revenues

$226.2 million (FY 2005) $64.4 million (2Q 2006) AIG, Allstate, DaimlerChrysler, FedEx, HCA, Humana, Target Corp., WellPoint Ab Initio, Actuate, BEA, IBM, Mercury, Oracle, Sun, TIBCO Financial Services/Banking Health Care Insurance IntelliSourcingSM Applications Outsourcing Custom Application Development, Maintenance, Platform Migrations/Enhancements e-Business - Business Exchanges/Marketplaces, Data Warehousing, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), ERP (PeopleSoft, SAP, Siebel), Web Architecture/Integration Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) BS 7799, SEI CMMI Level 5, ISO 9001:2000, Project Management Institute (PMI)

Notable customers

Notable partners

Vertical practices

Services

Quality certifications

INVESTOR BASICSExchange/Ticker IPO Date Market Cap 2Q 2006 EPS 2005 EPS PE Debt Ratio Transfer Agent NASDAQ: SYNT August 1997 with 3.45 million shares $847.2 million $0.27 diluted $0.75 diluted 25.23 0 Computershare Investor Services, LLC Chicago, IL tel: 312/360-5333 Crowe Chizek and Company LLC Fort Wayne, IN 40.57 million Calendar Year (January 1 - December

Independent Auditors Number of Shares Outstanding Fiscal Reporting Period

Partner for Life Philosophy Historically, approximately 90 percent of their revenues are from repeat/referred customers, one of the best rates in the IT services business. All in all, Syntel is a company committed to exceeding the expectations of their customers, day in and day out. Worldwide, Syntellers are committed to living their brand: Consider IT Done.

SYNTELS VALUES 5-SSimple

Synergy Stake Holders

Smart

Stretch

Speed

Values Definitions SIMPLE: Complex problems often have simple solutions. Aim for solutions which can be readily understood and executed effectively. SMART: Bright, creative and proactive. Smart people and innovative ideas stand out. SPEED: Demonstrate responsiveness; act faster with flexibility, keeping quality and cost in mind. STRETCH: Rise beyond expectation. Keep raising the bar and always aim for excellence. SYNERGY: The sum is greater than the parts. Solve the problem as a whole, not in isolation.

Syntel Customers in various domains BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES: First Data JP Morgan Moodys INSURANCE: AFLAC Allstate American International Group (AIG) CAN HEALTH CARE: HAP HCA Humana McKesson WellPoint

Customers contd. RETAIL: Borders Group Target Corporation AUTOMATIVE: DaimlerChrysler Corporation Ford Motor Company General Motors OTHER CUSTOMERS: FedEx Pacifcorp Tektronix

RECRUITMENTDefinition: Recruitment forms the first stage in the process which continues with selection and ceases with the placement of the candidate. It is the next step in the procurement function, the first being the manpower planning. Recruitment makes it possible to acquire the number and types of people necessary to ensure the continued operation of the organisation. In other words, it is the linking activity bringing together those with jobs and those seeking jobs. Recruitment has been regarded as the most important function of personnel administration, because unless the right type of people are hired; even the best plans, organisation charts and control systems would not do much good.

Types of Recruitments:1.Executive search (also headhunting): Advertised selection Contingent recruitment 2. Online recruitment: 3. Campus Recruitment : known as

Campus RecruitmentDefinition: The term Campus Recruitment refers to the system where various organizations come to the college (campus) to recruit bright youngsters to work for them. This helps companies to increase the intake of entry level hires to meet the growing demand for technology professionals .

Why Campus Recruitment? Campus Recruitment provides a platform for the organizations to meet the aspirants and pickup intelligent, committed youth who have the requisite enthusiasm and zeal to prove them. In order to find the right candidates, organizations employ various selection procedures. With the growth in IT/ITES industries, the need for talented young people who can work long hours has grown. So organizations do not confine themselves to only the select institutes but spread their net far and wide. Campus recruitment has also spread from professional colleges (like engineering) to colleges offering general degrees like B.Com, B.Sc, etc. Organizations seek to pickup the cream from different colleges.

The rationale is to have a common, unified approach to meet the staffing requirements of diverse businesses of a company in the country

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT IN SYNTEL Interview and Selection Process Followed in Syntel

Aptitude Test of 80 mins. Comprises of 3 sections: English 20 mins. Mathematics 30 mins Logical reasoning 30 mins No negative marking Correction of the papers with the help of Answer Keys

Declare the results of students qualifying the Aptitude test.

Campus Presentation by GRC

Getting the Campus Biodata form filled up

Conducting the Technical and HR Interview Together Role of technical Panel: Interviewing the basic concepts of their subjects. Role of HR Panel:Check the communication skills and mark sheets of all the semeste Simultaneously collecting and verifying the necessary documents (Mark sheets, photographs and resumes )

Declaring the list of Finally Selects

Confirming the list to The Host College by E-mail after returning to the office

Issuing the offer letters to the selected candidates

RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING CAMPUS RECRUITMENT:

Brand Image

Compensation

Responsiveness

Talented Top

Enduring Culture

Nurturing Environment

Transparency

(BUILDING RELATIONS WITH COLLEGES)

SUGGESTOINS REGARDING PAPER/CRITERIALowering the Criteria Facts: As part of recruitment team I visited 5 colleges for campus recruitment. Conducted open Campus in Indira Group of Institutes on 21st June for B.E & MCA students. Number of Colleges participated 4 Indira Group of Institutes. IMCC, Pune IICMR, Pune IBMR, Pune Total Student appeared 19 Number of students who cleared the written test 10 Number of students short listed after the Technical Interview 5 Conducted Campus in RAJARSHI SHAHU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (ROCE) on 22nd June for B.E& MCA students - Total Student appeared 25 Number of students who cleared the written test - 8 Number of students short listed after the Technical Interview 5 Conducted Campus in MODERN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING on 23rd June - Total Student appeared-60 Number of students who cleared the written test- 16 Number of students short listed after the Technical Interview 8

Conducted Campus in MODERN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING on 23rd June for B.E & MCA students.

Total Student appeared-60 Number of students who cleared the written test-16 Number of students short listed after the Technical Interview 8 Conducted Campus in D.Y. PATIL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH. On 27th June for B.E& MCA students.

Total Student appeared-25 Number of students who cleared the written test-9 Number of students short listed after the Technical Interview 5 Conducted open Campus in CUMMINS COLLEGE B.E students

Number of Colleges participated-4 Total Student appeared-30 Number of students who cleared the written test-10 Number of students short listed after the Technical Interview-8

Following changes should be made regarding paper criteria -:

1. Everybody should be given a chance to sit in the campus. 2. According to me, the Company shou