The GDGWI Corporate Resource Centre (CRC) was established to prepare its students for the larger, external world. The CRC combines the academic power of GDGWI with the vitality and ambition of the students. It helps them develop and shape their vision through a whole series of Training and Placements Training programmes.
The CRC networks with the best companies in telecommunications, retailing, manufacturing, consulting, hospitality, FMCG, banking, non-banking financial services and many other industry sectors on a daily basis. This has resulted in a strong and beneficial relationship for the students, the Institute and the business community.
Every student is provided with ample opportunities for employment through campus interviews and placement processes which are conducted every year. Although the G D Goenka Group has employment opportunities within its own companies, the Institute trains its students to meet the demands of other companies in the world and set up their own businesses.
The other services that CRC offers are personality development programmes, workshops and interview skills sessions for students. This is done in association with some of the leading and reputed HR professionals in the country.
The CRC is managed by experienced professionals who provide students with the support, resources and tools necessary to meet the challenges of a fast-paced and competitive employment market.
GDGWI established the Industry Advisory Board to ensure that its programmes are relevant and current in order to give its students the edge they need in a competitive world.
GDGWI’s close relationships with reputed business houses and strong network in the commercial world is the key to bringing leading industry figures who provide real-life experiences to the campus and showcase the issues that companies and organisation face all over the country and the world.
The Corporate Resource Centre(GDGWI) organises seminars, guest lecturers corporate presentations and other events that offer students a window to the workings and issues that companies have to deal with on a daily basis.
The GD Goenka World Institute intends to provide support to its students beyond
graduation. Alumni often get in touch with their faculty and institution for advice
on career changes, relocating, new skills development or other concerns in their
The overall goal of the Mentor Programme is to help students develop the skills and attitudes necessary to succeed in their careers, develop a sense of leadership as well as to provide a direct link between the classroom and business community.