is an initiative of Valingro group & the group carries various businesses like Electronic Hard Testing & Assembly, Engineering Services, IT & ITES, Building material & agri business trading. Being created by an entrepreneur is an added advantage for in creating the required Campus Placement Training contents to ease students’ employability. is also associated with prime Industrial Chambers enable them to know the market trend and people demand which enables them to align the students according to the requirement with proper training.

CPT involves Verbal, Aptitude and Technical segments. We have skilled trainers who suitably modify their teaching method according to students understanding and make them to avail employment opportunities. We adopt our training modules and methodology to the institution’s requirement We also have our own online test tool to continuously follow the progress of each and every individual’s performance. Currently, our presence is in Chennai, Erode, Salem and Madurai and on discussions with institutions in other major locations. Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering (SVCE), Sriperumbudur & Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for Women (JBASC) Chennai are our long term Clients.


Campus Placement Training Modules for Engineering


1st Year
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Communication & Emotional Intelligence. Basics of Parts of Speech
  • Noun
  • Verb
  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Pronoun
  • Conjunction
  • Preposition
  • Interjection
Numbers
  • Basics
  • Decimals
  • Divisibility Rules
  • Unit Digit
  • Number of Zeroes
  • Factors
  • Remainder Theorem
  • LCM and HCF
Number Series
2 Group Discussion and Role play Odd Man Out
3 Career planning and adapting to diversity. Coding and Decoding
4 Goal setting and Personal branding Grammar Rules for spelling and sentence
forming in public speaking
Progression Blood Relations
5 Time management and Leadership. Ratio and Proportion

2nd Year
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Mind mapping Parts of speech : Vocab (synonyms-antonyms-affixes) Average Coding deductive logic
2 Creativity Voice (Active and Passive) Mixtures and Allegations Directional sense
3 Team Work Idioms and phrases Profit and loss Logical word sequence
4 Stress management Subject verb agreement Simple and compound interest Selection decision
5 Problem solving and Decision making Time and work Tables
6 Time, speed and distance Puzzles
7 Data interpretation Cross variables
8 Venn diagrams

3rd Year
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Emotional Intelligence/Perspective Verbal analogy Logarithms Seating arrangements
2 GD basics/Mock GD Reading comprehension Permutations and combinations Blood relations
3 Conversational Intelligence Sentence construction & completion Probablities - Random experiments Clocks and calendars
4 Goal setting (Job and futuristic perspective) Spot the error Mensuration - 2D & 3D Alpha numerical state
5 Career depth and Interview preparation Essay writing Trignometry Syllogisms
6 Resume Writing Synonyms / Antonyms Geometry Inequalities
7 Persuasion and Negotiation skills Idioms and Phrases

4th Year
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Mind Storming Synonyms and Antonyms Probability Blood Relations
2 Interview Challenge and Recruitment Depth Jumbled Sentence Work and Time Directional Sense
3 Emotional Intelligence Error identification Speed, Distance and time Syllogism
4 Cross Culture communication. Subject – Verb Agreement Number System Seating Arrangements
5 Team Spirit Preposition & Conjunctions Ratios & Proportion Statement & Conclusions
6 Corporate Ethics Reading Comprehension Permutations & Combinations Inferred meaning
7 Interpersonal/ Intrapersonal Skills. 3 tests containing industry based questions of Verbal, Quants & reasoning will be conducted to analyze students strength to face the challenges from the Companies that will be visiting for recruitment.

Implemented Training Modules for Engineering

1st Year
S.No
Soft skill (15 Hrs)
Verbal (6 Hrs)
Quantitative (6 Hrs)
Reasoning (3 Hrs)
1 Who is an Engineer (S1) Parts of Speech (V1) Numbers Properties (Q1) Number Series
2 Emotional Intelligence (S1) Grammar Rules for Spelling (V2) Arithmetic and Geometric Progression (Q1) Odd Man Out
3 Group Discussion (S2) Grammar Rules for Public Speaking (V2) Ratio and Proportion (Q2) Coding and Decoding
4 Role Play (S2) Blood Relations
5 Career Planning (S3)
6 Adapting to Diversity (S3)
7 Goal Setting (S4)
8 Personal Branding (S4)
9 Time Management (S5)
10 Leadership (S5)

2nd Year
S.No
Soft skill (6 Hrs)
Verbal (9 Hrs)
Quantitative (9 Hrs)
Reasoning (6 Hrs)
1 Mind mapping (S1) Tenses (V1) Average (Q1) Coding Decoding (R1)
2 Creativity (S1) Subject Verb Agreement (V1) Mixture & Allegations (Q1) Cross Variables (R1)
3 Team Work (S1) Synonyms & Antonyms (V2) Time & Work (Q1) Venn Diagram (R1)
4 Conversational Intelligence &
Self Introduction (S2)
Active & Passive (V2) Profit and Loss (Q2) Tables (R2)
5 Problem Solving & Decision Making (S2) Direct & Indirect (V3) Time, Speed & Distance (Q2) Puzzles (R2)
6 Stress Management (S2) Idiom & Phrases (V3) Data Interpretation (Q3) Logic word Sequence (R2)
7 Simple Interest & Compound Interest (Q3) Selection Decision (R2)

3rd Year
S.No
Soft skill (6 Hrs)
Verbal (9 Hrs)
Quantitative (9 Hrs)
Reasoning (6 Hrs)
1 Emotional Intelligence/
Perspective (S1)
Verbal Analogy (V1) Permutation & Combination (Q1) Seating Arrangement (R1)
2 Personal Branding (S1) Reading Comprehension (V1) Trigonometry (Q1) Blood Relations (R1)
3 Conversational Intelligence (S1) Sentence Construction & Completion (V2) Probabilities – Random
Experiments (Q2)
Syllogisms (R1)
4 GD Basics / Mock GD (S2) Spot the error (V2) Geometry (Q2) Clocks & Calendars (R2)
5 Essay writing & Para Jumbles (V3) Mensuration 2D & 3D (Q3) Alpha Numeric State (R2)
6 Practice Questioners (V3) Logarithms (Q3) Inequalities (R2)

4th Year
S.No
Soft skill (12 Hrs)
Verbal (9 Hrs)
Quantitative (5 Hrs)
Reasoning (4 Hrs)
1 Interview Challenge, Recruitment overview & grooming etiquette (S1) Synonyms and Antonyms Probability Blood Relations
2 Emotional Intelligence & Resume writing (S1) Jumbled Sentence Work and Time Directional Sense
3 Group Discussion/Mock GD (S2) Error identification Speed, Distance and time Syllogism
4 Creating a vacancy & Inculcating a vacancy (S3) Subject – Verb Agreement Number System Seating Arrangements
5 FAQ – 50 Scenarios & HR expectations and interview depth (S3) Preposition & Conjunctions Ratios & Proportion Statement & Conclusions
6 Mock interview (S4) Reading Comprehension Permutations & Combinations Inferred meaning
3 tests containing industry based questions of Verbal, Quants & reasoning will be conducted to analyze students strength to face the challenges from the Companies that will be visiting for recruitment.

Campus Placement Training Modules for Arts & Science

1st Year (30 Hours – 6 hours / day & 5 days)
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Communication and Emotional Intelligence Basics of Parts of Speech :
  • Noun
  • Pronoun
  • Verb
  • Adverb
  • Conjunction
  • Adjective
  • Preposition
  • Interjection
Numbers :
  • Basics
  • Decimals
  • Divisibility Rules
  • Factors
  • Unit Digit
  • Number of Zeroes
  • Reminder Theorem
  • LCM & HCF
Number Series
2 Group Discussion and Role Play Grammer Rules for Spelling and Sentence
forming in public speaking
Average Odd Man Out
3 Career planning and Adapting to diversity Coding & Decoding
4 Goal Setting and Personal Branding Blood Relations
5 Clock and Calendars
6 Alpha Numeric Series
7 Inequalities
8 Analogies

2nd Year (30 Hours – 6 hours / day & 5 days)
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Mind mapping (S1) Parts of speech Number Systems Basic Coding Decoding (R1)
2 Creativity (S1) Vocab (synonyms-antonyms-affixes) Average Directional sense
3 Time Management & Leadership Voice (Active and Passive) Mixtures and Alligations Logical word sequence
4 Resume Writing Idioms and phrases Profit and loss Seating arrangements
5 Communication & Emotional Intelligence Subject verb agreement Time and work Clocks and calendars
6 Group Discussion & Role Play Sentence Construction & Completion Time, speed and distance Syllogisms
7 Career Planning & Personal Branding Mensuration 2d and 3d Number series
8 Puzzles and data series
9 Blood relations

3rd Year (36 Hours – 6 hours / day & 6 days)
S.No
Soft skill
Verbal
Quantitative
Reasoning
1 Emotional Intelligence/
Perspective (S1)
Verbal Analogy (V1) Time, Speed & Distance Seating Arrangement (R1)
2 GD /Mock interview – basics Reading comprehension Time & Work Blood Relations (R1)
3 Conversational Intelligence (S1) Sentence Construction &
Completion (V2)
P&L, Simple & Compound Interest Clocks and calendars
4 Resume Writing Spot the error Average Alpha Numerical State
5 Interpersonal/ Intrapersonal Skills Essay writing Alligation & Mixture Syllogisms
6 Interview Protocols Synonyms / Antonyms Quantitative based Question Papers Coding & Decoding
7 Mock Interview Session Idioms and Phrases Number Series
8 Verbal Ability based Question Papers Data adequacy
9 Cause & Effect Relationships
10 Direction Sense
11 Reasoning Ability Question Papers

Technical Training Modules

Advanced C++ Programming (40 Hours)
1. Introduction/Inheritance
  • Creating A Derived Class
  • Using Protected Members
    Part 1
  • Using Protected Members
    Part 2
  • Constructors And Destructors
  • Exercise 1
2. Polymorphism
  • Understanding Polymorphism
  • Base Class Pointers
  • Virtual Functions
  • Abstract Classes
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
3. Generic Programming
  • Why Generic Programming
  • Generic Functions
  • Defining Class Template
  • Class Template Specialization
  • Function Templates With Multiple Data Types
  • Class Templates With Multiple Data Types
  • Exercise 1
4. Exception Handling
  • Exception Overview
  • Throwing Exceptions
  • Catching Exceptions
  • Catch All Exception Handlers
  • Exercise 1
5. Stream Input/Output
  • Stream Overview
  • Managing Stream Output
  • Managing Stream Input
  • String Streams
  • Exercise 1
6. Sequential Containers
  • Vectors Review
  • Using Lists Part 1
  • Using Lists Part 2
  • Using Deques Part 1
  • Using Deques Part 2
  • Exercise 1
7. Associative Containers
  • Working With The Pair Class
  • Using Maps Part 1
  • Using Maps Part 2
  • Using Sets
  • Multimaps And Multisets
  • Exercise 1
8. Generic Algorithms
  • Read Only Algorithms
  • Read Write Algorithms
  • Sorting Algorithms
  • Iterators Front Back Inserter
  • Iterators Reverse
  • Exercise 1
9. Non-STL Data Structures
  • Stacks Part 1
  • Stacks Part 2
  • Queues Part 1
  • Queues Part 2
  • Binary Trees Part 1
  • Binary Trees Part 2
  • Adv CPP 0907 Linked Lists Part 1
  • Linked Lists Part 2
  • Linked Lists Part 3
  • Exercise
10. Non-STL Algorithms
  • Linear Search
  • Binary Sear
  • Adv CPP 1003 Selection Sort
  • Adv CPP 1004 Insertion Sort
  • Merge Sort
  • Quick Sort

Python (40 Hours)
1. Python Setup
  • Command Line Basics
  • Preview
  • Installing Python Preview
  • Running Python Code Preview
  • Getting the Notebooks and the Course Material
  • Git and Github Overview (Optional)
2. Python Object and Data
    Structure Basics
  • Introduction to Python Data Types
  • Numbers
  • Numbers: Simple Arithmetic
  • Variable Assignments
  • Introduction to Strings
  • Indexing and Slicing with Strings
  • String Indexing
  • String Slicing
  • String Properties and Methods
  • Print Formatting with Strings
3. Lists in Python
  • Lists
  • Lists - FAQ
  • Lists Quiz
  • Dictionaries in Python
  • Dictionaries
  • Dictionaries - FAQ
  • Dictionaries Quiz
  • Tuples with Python
  • Tuples Quiz
  • Sets in Python
  • Booleans in Python
  • Sets and Booleans Quiz
  • I/O with Basic Files in Python
  • File I/O
  • Resources for More Basic Practice
4. Python Objects and Data Structures
    Assessment
  • Python Objects and Data Structures Assessment Test Solutions
  • Python Comparison Operators
  • Comparison Operators in Python
  • Chaining Comparison Operators in Python with Logical Operators
5. Python Statements
  • If Elif &Else Statements in Python
  • For Loops in Python
  • While Loops in Python
  • Useful Operators in Python
  • List Comprehensions in Python
  • Python Statements Test Overview
  • Python Statements Test Solutions
  • Methods and Functions
  • Methods and the Python Documentation
6. Functions in Python
  • Overview of Quick Function Exercises #1-10
  • Functions #1: print Hello World
  • Functions #2: print Hello Name
  • Functions #3 - simple Boolean
  • Functions #4 - using Booleans
  • Functions #5: simple math
  • Functions #6: is even
  • Functions #7: is greater
  • *args and **kwargs in Python
  • Functions #8: *args
  • Functions #9: pick evens
  • Functions #10: skyline
  • Function Practice Exercises - Overview
  • Function Practice Exercises - Solutions
  • Function Practice - Solutions Level One
  • Function Practice - Solutions Level Two
  • Function Exercise Solutions - Challenge Problem
  • Lambda Expressions, Map, and Filter Functions
  • Nested Statements and Scope
  • Functions and Methods - Homework Assignment
  • Hints and Tips for Functions and Methods Assignment
  • Functions and Methods Homework - Solutions
  • First Python Milestone Project Overview
  • Milestone Project Help
  • Advanced Project Solution Overview
7. Object Oriented Programming
  • Object Oriented Programming - Introduction
  • Object Oriented Programming - Attributes and Class Keyword
  • Object Oriented Programming - Class Object Attributes and Methods
  • Object Oriented Programming - Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Object Oriented Programming - Special (Magic/Dunder) Methods and "__main__"
  • Object Oriented Programming - Homework
  • Object Oriented Programming - Homework Solutions
  • Object Oriented Programming - Challenge Overview
  • Object Oriented Programming - Challenge Solution
  • Modules and Packages
  • Pip Install and PyPi
  • Modules and Packages __name__
8. Errors and Exceptions Handling
  • Errors and Exception Handling
  • Errors and Exceptions Homework
  • Errors and Exception Homework - Solutions
  • Pylint Overview
  • Running tests with the Unit test Library

Advanced Python Programming Syllabus

Day 1 (Optional)

Note: The primary focus of this section is not the creation of web sites or the use of Python-based web application frameworks such as Django, Turbo gears, Pylons, etc.

  1. Network Fundamentals and Socket Programming. An introduction to some basic concepts of network programming. Covers the essential details of TCP/IP and programming with sockets. Students will learn how to write both TCP and UDP based clients and servers.

  2. Client-side programming. A look at high-level library modules that allow Python to connect to standard Internet and web-related services (e.g., HTTP, FTP, XML-RPC, etc.). Special attention will be given to the urllib2 module that allows Python to interact with web servers.

  3. Internet Data Handling. A brief overview of library modules that are used to process common Internet data formats such as HTML, XML, and JSON. Provides detailed coverage of the ElementTree interface for parsing XML.

  4. Web Programming. The absolute basics of web programming in Python. Topics include CGI scripting, the WSGI interface, and implementing custom HTTP servers. Note: This section is primarily focused on how to put a web-based interface on low-level services as might be encountered in a distributed computing environment. It does not cover web frameworks or the problem of using Python to build a website.

  5. Advanced Networking. Topics related to more advanced aspects of network programming. Covers modules for writing custom TCP/UDP servers, concurrency, SSL, and an introduction to message passing.

Day 2
  1. Thread Programming. A comprehensive overview of concurrent programming with threads and advanced Python programming idioms. This is a substantial course component that covers the following core topics:

    • The threading library
    • Thread debugging
    • Thread synchronization
    • Proper use of synchronization primitives (locks, semaphores, events, condition variables, etc.)
    • Threads and queues
    • Common thread programming idioms
    • Python interpreter execution model and the global interpreter lock (GIL)
    • Using threads with C extension modules and the ctypes library.

    • In addition to the above topics, this section also includes material on the following advanced Python programming topics:
    • The logging module
    • Decorators and Metaclasses
    • Context managers

  2. Message Passing and Data Serialization. Covers the basics of interprocess communication, message passing, and data serialization. Covers many of Python's core library modules such as pickle and ctypes. A major emphasis of this section is on efficiency and performance tuning. For example, techniques for efficiently exchanging messages between processes.

  3. Multiprocessing. Detailed coverage of the new multiprocessing library added to Python 2.6. Covers process objects, pipes, queues, shared memory objects, and process pools.

Day 3
  1. Distributed Computing. How to write programs that utilize multiple machines. Covers some core programming concpets such as actors, client/server computing, REST, remote procedure call, and distributed objects. Includes coverage of XML-RPC and use of the multiprocessing library to implement distributed objects.
  2. Advanced I/O handling. An examination of different I/O handling models including blocking I/O, nonblocking I/O, polling, signal-driven I/O, and asynchronous I/O.
  3. Generators and Coroutines. A look at how to use generators and coroutines to implement a form of cooperative multitasking (sometimes referred to as tasklets, greenlets, coroutines, etc.). Topics include using generator functions to implement tasks and writing task schedulers for controlling such functions. Major parts of this section will be related the use of generators to the I/O handling models described in the previous two sections

Advanced Java (40 Hours)
1. Advance Java Syllabus
  • Basics of Servlet
  • Servlet: What and Why?
  • Basics of Web
  • Servlet API
  • Servlet Interface
  • GenericServlet
  • HttpServlet
  • Servlet Life Cycle
2. Working with Apache Tomcat Server
  • Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat
  • How servlet works?
  • Servlet in Myeclipse
  • Servlet in Eclipse
  • Servlet in Netbeans
3. Servlet Request
  • Servlet Request methods
  • Registration example with DB

4. Servlet Collaboration
  • Request Dispatcher
  • Send Redirect

5. Basics of JSP
  • Life cycle of JSP
  • JSP API
  • JSP in Eclipse and other IDE's

6. Scripting elements
  • Scriptlet tag
  • Expression tag
  • Declaration tag
7. Scripting elements
  • Scriptlet tag
  • Expression tag
  • Declaration tag

8. Nine Implicit Objects
  • out
  • request
  • response
  • config
  • application
  • session
  • page Context
  • page
  • exception
9. Directive Elements
  • Page directive
  • Include directive
  • Taglib directive

10. Exception Handling
  • Action Elements
  • jsp: forward
  • jsp: include
  • Bean class
  • jsp:use Bean
  • jsp:set Property & jsp:get Property
  • Displaying applet in JSP
11. JavaMail API
  • Sending Email
  • Sending email through Gmail server
  • Receiving Email
  • Sending HTML content

12. Design Pattern
  • Singleton
  • DAO
  • DTO
  • MVC
  • Front Controller
  • Factory Method etc.
13. JUnit
  • JUnit: What and Why?
  • Types of Testing
  • Annotations used in JUnit
  • Assert class
  • Test Cases

14. Maven
  • Maven: What and Why?
  • Ant Vs Maven
  • How to install Maven?
  • Maven Repository
  • Understanding pom.xml
  • Maven Example
  • Maven Web App Example
  • Maven using Eclipse
15. EJB 3
  • Introduction to JavaEE The Need for JavaEE.
    Overview on the JavaEE Architecture
    • 1 tier
    • 2 tier
    • 3 tier
    • N tier

  • JavaEE Key Standards
    Introduction to EJB3
    The EJB Model
    Key Services of the Application Server
16. Developing Session Beans
  • Stateless Session Beans
  • Stateful Session Beans
  • Packaging
  • Writing Clients

17. Using Dependency Injection
  • No More JNDI
  • Injection of EJBContext
  • JMS
  • JMS Overview
  • JMS Messaging Domains
  • Example of JMS using Queue
  • Example of JMS using Topic
  • Message Driven Beans

18. Persistence Introduction to         JPA
  • Object Relational Mapping
  • Mapping configurations
  • Embedded Objects
  • EJBQL
Web Technology
19. HTML 5
  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML Tags
  • Creating Forms
  • Creating tables
  • Managing home page

20. CSS
  • Introduction to CSS
  • Three ways to use CSS
  • CSS Properties
  • Designing website
  • Working with Templates

21. Javascript
  • Introduction to Javascript
  • Three ways to use Javascript
  • Working with events
  • Client-side Validation
22. JQuery
  • Introduction to JQuery
  • Validation using JQuery
  • JQuery Forms
  • JQuery Examples

23. AJAX
  • Introduction to AJAX
  • Servlet and JSP with AJAX
  • Interacting with database Spring

24. Basics of Spring
  • What is Spring
  • Spring Modules
  • Spring Application

25. Spring with IDE
  • Spring in Myeclipse
  • Spring in Eclipse

26. Spring with IDE
  • Spring in Myeclipse
  • Spring in Eclipse
IOC container
27. Dependency Injection
  • Constructor Injection
  • CI Dependent Object
  • CI with collection
  • CI with Map
  • CI Inheriting Bean
  • Setter Injection
  • SI Dependent Object
  • SI with Collection
  • SI with Map
  • CI vs SI
  • Auto wiring
  • Factory Method
28. Spring JDBC
  • JdbcTemplate Example
  • Prepared Statement
  • Result Set Extractor
  • Row Mapper
  • Named Parameter
  • Simple Jdbc Template
29. Basics of Hibernate
  • Hibernate Introduction
  • Hibernate Architecture
  • Understanding First Hibernate application
30. Hibernate with IDE
  • Hibernate in Eclipse
  • Hibernate in My Eclipse
31. Hibernate Application
  • Hibernate with annotation
  • Hibernate Web application
  • Hibernate Generator classes
  • Hibernate Dialects

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