Since its inception in 1956, Lady Shri Ram College for women has produced a long line of distinguished alumni. Eminent ELSAs are found in any Indian roll call of politics, literature, industry, entertainment, sports and more. The Alumna cell is a student body with the aim to foster and bridge the interaction between the institute and its Alumni. We, in the Alumni Cell, seek to reach out, maintain and strengthen close ties with our Alumni. This is done through a range of activities organized throughout the year. The Annual Reunion NOSTALGIA, the INTERACTIVE SESSIONS with distinguished alumni, ALUMNA BAZAARS, interaction with different societies to organize different events like Global Mentoring Walk,
ELSA association registrations and conducting various interviews with alumni and celebrating the ALUMNA OF THE MONTH. The design, editorial and organizing team implement these activities effectively.
Coordinator: Anjali R Patteri, Tarini Gulati
Staff Advisor : Ms. Meenakshi Pahuja
Alumna Bazaars were conducted by
Aanchal Kapur (Pol. Sc. 1989 batch), Gunjan
Handa (B.A. Prog, 1994 batch) and Muskana
(Maths, 2013 batch).
The cell also conducted some exciting
interactive sessions with many renowned
personalities. Ms Tina Dabi, the UPSC topper and
an alumna of Political Science, 2014 batch, was
invited to the college to inspire the student body.
Another interesting session by the esteemed IPS
officer, Ms. Tejaswini Gautam, primarily focused
upon how to prepare for the UPSC exams proved
to be fruitful with her insights into the ways of
preparing for the exams. Lady Kishwar Desai, writer
and a former Economics student, visited the
college to broaden the students’ horizon on ‘The
Legacy of Partition’.
The Alumna Cell concluded
its work for the academic session with another
wonderful talk on the subject of ethics in journalism
by Nidhi Razdan, an acclaimed Indian journalist
and television personality.
The Placement Cell serves as an interface between the students and the recruiters. Apart from bringing a varied list of recruiters to the campus, the Placement Cell also organizes internship opportunities for the collective student body.
As an added feature, skill building workshops such as workshops for Resumes, Case Study, Personal Interviews are also organized to help streamline the Placement Cell as a ‘Career Services’ Unit. These workshops are conducted for students of all years to facilitate and boost their placement undertakings. This year, more than 20 such sessions were conducted by organizations like Prowisdom, Amrit India and by alumni from reputed organisations like McKinsey & Co., Ernst and Young to name a few.
The Placement Cell 2017-18 is headed by 5 Placements Co-ordinators, 2 Internships Coordinators and 1 Treasurer, in turn supported by an efficient team of 31 placement and internship department representatives. A dedicated team of 20 members along with 5 core team members to assist the Coordinators in logistical matters. The Placement Cell works under the guidance of its Convener, Dr. Kanika K. Ahuja and faculty advisors, Dr. Arvind Kumar, Ms. Siksha Deepak, Dr. Vasudha Pande and Dr. Pankaja Ghai.
The Cell has had an unprecedented year in placements with the highest domestic package in the University of Delhi of INR 37.8 lacs per annum being offered to a student. Moreover, the Cell has facilitated placements of 120 students this year by hosting a plethora of first-time recruiters; Bira, AIG as well as previous associates such as McKinsey, Citi, Bloomberg and the Big 4 Audit firms among many others with the average compensation package rising to 6.3 lacs p.a. as compared to the previous years. The Placement Cell also continues to collaborate with Swavalamban in its endeavour to seek employment for the differently-abled and the underprivileged.
The internships segment of the Placement Cell hosts a variety of reputed firms as well as growing start-ups to conduct recruitment process to select interns. Internships too witnessed an unprecedented year with almost 300 offers of internships and social engagement opportunities across all years and departments from the college. In fact, the highest stipend amount in the entire University, of Rs. 2,00,000 for two months was offered by first-time recruiter; Embarco. Another student bagged a 2 months internship opportunity by Google and one by Ernst and Young along with a prize of Rs. 1,00,000. The internships segment saw many industry giants like Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JSW, Willis Towers Watson, Bloomberg, AMD and several others choosing to hire interns from LSR.
Number of Companies for Placements
70 (41 on campus)
Number of Placement Offers
INR 37.8 lpa
INR 2.4 lpa
INR 6.3 lpa
Highest Internship Offer
INR 2 lakhs for 2 months
Society Executives Co-ordinators:
Aayushi Seth (+919953710388)
Apurva Sinha (+91 8376052522)
Naina Gulati (+91 9891549215)
Sunaina Parvathi K (+91 8826069171)
Tanvi Jalan (+91 9949763322)
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