History


Since establishment in 1955, Assam Engineering College (AEC) graduates were in high demand in all sectors all throughout. The Training & Placement Cell (TPC) became an active functional unit of the college from the year 2002. The TPC initiated interaction with various organizations and industries to impress upon them and organize campus recruitments in AEC. Over the years the TPC has been providing opportunities to the students to prove their mettle and caliber in various areas starting from the ICT sectors to the Core industries, and they have been reasonably successful in their ventures. The TPC operates from the Multi-Disciplinary Centre (MDC) complex with its own communication set-up. Besides support from AEC authority, AEC Alumni Association, ex-AECians and present students have contributed towards the acquiring of essential gadgets and maintenance of this Cell. The TPC has been a significant and notable landmark in the history of AEC, and will continue to remain so in the coming years.

Multi-Disciplinary Centre (MDC) complex

Features

  • The TPC is run jointly by the Training & Placement Officer (TPO) and the Training & Placement Secretary (TPS). They are assisted by other TP Coordinators comprising of student representatives from various disciplines.
  • It is not just concentrating on offering jobs to the students, it has been putting serious efforts to improve the quality of the students by organizing trainings, motivational talks, seminars, workshops, etc. through best-available experts.
  • Organizing technical seminars, group discussions, awareness programs, pre-placement talks, inviting prominent people to AEC has been another hallmark of the TPC.

Message From Principal


Principal, Assam Engineering College
Dr. Atul Bora
Principal, Assam Engineering College
Phone : +91 361 2570550
Fax :     +91 361 2572215
Email :  principal@aec.ac.in

Assam Engineering College, the first Government engineering college in the Northeast India celebrated its diamond jubliee in 2015. The glorious journey of AEC started with admission of its first batch of students in Civil Engineering in the year 1955. The college is currently offering B.E. courses in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Electronics & Telecommunication, Computer Science & Engineering, Instrumentation and Industrial & Production Engineering. It is also offering Post Graduate courses in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, and PhD courses in all the engineering departments. The college is also offering MCA course.In the changing contemporary context, AEC needs a shared vision for creating ecologically literate, proffessionally competent and socially responsible Engineers. I welcome you to AEC and hope that AEC will give the best.

Message from TPO



Dr. Navajit Saikia
Training & Placement Officer
Mobile : +91 986 402 0168

Dr. Amrita Ganguly
Training & Placement Officer
Mobile : +91 985 406 3532

Placement has become a challenge after the recent expansion of technical education in India. Employability of a technical person depends on his/her specific skill (technical, mathematical, etc.), core skill (teamwork, leader ship, critical thinking, etc.), personal characteristics (professionalism) and communication skill (speaking, written communication, etc). Traditions in an institute have been highly influential on the students who unknowingly develop many of the skills from their seniors.Assam Engineering College (AEC) is known inside and outside India for its value system since its establishment. With more than five decades of rich tradition, AEC happens to be most-opted technical institute in the northeast India for its consistent quality. Our TPC not only explores the best placement opportunities for our students, but also constantly monitors whether the students could deliver in their job as expected. We sincerly work on the inputs from industry and alumni for enhancing the quality and employability of our students.

Members


Official Members

Mr. Anish Kumar Singh
Training & Placement Secretary
Phone : +91 986 499 2726

Dr. Navajit Saikia
Training & Placement Officer
Phone : +91 986 402 0168

Dr. Amrita Ganguly
Training & Placement Officer
Phone : +91 985 406 3532

T & P Coordinators

Tuhin Borgohain

Samrat Dey

Udit Ratan Kashyap

Arnab Saikia

Hudipta Sonowal

Dhrubajyoti Barman

Amandip Singh

Debopriyo Dey

Sabyasachi Roy

Surujmoni Thakuria



Anindya Narayan Patowary

Tonmoy Mazumdar

Arif Rabbani

Rahul Bhagawati

Debarshi Saikia

Pratik Sen Gupta

Satyaki Roy

Surajit Talukdar

Uttam Doley


Former T & P Officers

Dr. Arup Kumar Mishra (2002-2012)

Dr. Durlav Hazarika

Prof. Pratul Kumar Baruah

Prof. Prdip Kumar Brahma

Former T & P Secretaries

Mr. Himadri Shekhar Goswami (2014-2015)

Mr. Tanmoy Goswami (2012-2013)

Mr. Jharna Baruah (2010-2011)

Mr. Dipankar Bordoloi (2008-2009)

Mr. Mushtaq Ahmed (2006-2007)

Mr. Kallool Medhi (2004-2005)


Mr. Anuprash Bakul Baruah (2013-2014)

Mr. Raihanoor Ehsan (2011-2012)

Mr. Jayanta Kalita (2009-2010)

Mr. Amitabh Deka (2007-2008)

Mr. Abhishek Thard (2005-2006)

Mr. Pankaj Gogoi (2003-2004)

Past Recruitment Records


2014-15 Placement Records

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2013-14 Placement Records

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2012-13 Placement Records

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2011-12 Placement Records

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2010-11 Placement Records

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2009-10 Placement Records

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2008-09 Placement Records

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2007-08 Placement Records

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2006-07 Placement Records

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