Affiliated Under University of Calcutta, Registered under 2f of UGC Act. [ Re-accredited by NAAC(2nd cycle) B+ in 2016 ]

Career Counselling Cell

College authority tries to provide continuous effort for organizing Career orientation programmes for generating enthusiasm about their career opportunities among our students under the supervision of Career Counselling Cell. In this respect we can mention the role of TATA Consultancy Services, a prime corporate Institution that had started to conduct on-campus interview from the previous session for the final year students (Arts, Science & Commerce) of our college. TCS officials usually initiate their programme with a general discussion with the enrolled students along with a fair overview about BPO (Business Progress Outsourcing) Sector. Interview session runs for a number of rounds and at the end of the final round eligible students are selected for the job at their organization.
In the session 2016-2017 five students have been selected out of 92 enrolled students in the said on- campus interview by TCS.
For the purpose of developing awareness among the students about their career opportunities after they have completed their graduation the members of the Cell organised a visit to the 26th Career Fair in Kolkata held at the Ice Skating Rink from April 29-30, 2017. Members of the Cell attended the fair on 29th April, 2017, Saturday to gather experience regarding the organisation of such fair and also to have an exposure to various institutions and companies that provide professional training and career opening for the students.
‘An Interactive Hour on CYBER SECURITY AWARENESS’ - a seminar was organised by the Career Counselling Cell under the aegis of Victoria Institution (College) on 19th September, 2017 at Keshub Memorial Hall. Mr.Bivas Chatterjee, Public Prosecutor & Ethical Hacker, was the speaker of the day.
Students and Faculty Members of the college participated in the seminar with great interest and enthusiasm as this is one of the most discussed areas in modern times.

As the Traffic Police Section, Government of West Bengal was interested to present an awareness activity regarding general traffic rules and regulations, the Counselling Cell of Victoria Institution (College) arranged for a programme for the students of the college regarding traffic rule awareness. 
The programme – SAFE DRIVE SAVE LIFE was hosted by the Traffic Police Section of Government of West Bengal, Sealdah Division, Kolkata. It was arranged by the Counselling Cell of the college on August 12, 2017 (Saturday) from 2:00 pm in the Keshub Memorial Hall. The participants were the students of the college (Day Section).

A “Sit and Draw” competition was organised under the aegis of the Counselling Cell of Victoria Institution (College) in collaboration with UCO Bank (Rajabazar Branch) on 26.10. 2017 at Keshub Memorial Hall to observe Vigilance Awareness Week ( Oct 30th to Nov 4th, 2017).
The competition was held on Poster Making, Sloganeering and Cartoon Drawing on the theme – “My Vision: Corruption Free India”. Huge enthusiasm was noticed among the students regarding this event and more than hundred students participated in all the three categories of competition. Teachers also played active role in organising this event. Students displayed their innate talent and awareness in drawing and slogan writing.