Categories and Levels (Your Placement Policy)

The biggest challenge during a placement process is following the Placement Policy. Why? Because keeping all the data in one excel sheet leads to duplicates, and malicious data. Now, with the traditional methods, there is just one way to keep track of whether the Placement Policy is being properly followed or not. And it is using sheets. But, with Tnpsuite, all you have to do is set the Placement Policy in the system. The rest, will be taken care of by the system itself.
  1. Define the categories and the levels for the Jobs to be included in the Placement Cycle. Click on +Add New Category within the Level-1 header.
  2. To add another level, click on +Add new Level at the bottom of the page and add a category to the next Level.

Adding the levels can be based on the Placement Policy followed in the institution. For example,consider the two examples mentioned below:

Example I

Case

There are 3 categories Dream

(highest level), A (lower level), B (lowest level)

  1. If offer received in category B , student can attempt in A or Dream (upgrade)
  2. If offer received in category A , student can attempt in only Dream (upgrade)
  3. If offer received in category Dream , student is out of placement process
  4. Student can get maximum of one (1) offer in any category
  5. Student can get upgrade only once, i.e. either from B to A , or B to Dream , or A to Dream.
  6. Once offered a Job in a level, the student cannot attempt in the lower level.

 

Example II

Case

There are 3 categories Dream, IT, Core

  1. Student can get only 1 (one) offer in IT category
  2. Student can get only 1 (one) offer in Core category
  3. If student gets an offer in IT , they are allowed to attempt in Core
  4. If student gets an offer in Core , they are allowed to attempt in IT
  5. Students can always attempt in Dream category, but when offered once in Dream, student is out of placement process.