Yes, Placement programs can follow a hybrid model, combining both online and offline components. Initially a program might have online sessions for the first two months, where participants engage in virtual learning, training, and projects. These online sessions could include recorded sessions, live Interactive Sessions , virtual meetings, and online collaboration tools.
After the initial online phase, the program transition to offline sessions for the next two months. This could involve participants working onsite at the organization’s physical location or attending in-person training sessions, workshops, and team activities.
The offline sessions allow participants to experience the workplace environment, interact with colleagues and mentors directly, and engage in hands-on projects.