The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a 'new normal'. The world economy has taken a severe thrashing and practically every segment is bearing the impact. The built environment sector has seen nearly a downfall of 18 lakhs of jobs. Where the market is facing a liquidity crunch and the organizations are now focusing on cost control, doing layoffs, closing their offices and trying to centralize their work and manpower, we at RICS SBE have managed to get our students placed in reputed organizations.
By switching over to virtual placement drives to help students get employment, RICS SBE is able to provide the best growth opportunities to students by leveraging technology to prepare its students to serve the real needs of the Built Environment sector.
Built environment sector is expected to show a quick recovery from pandemic-era lows and point to a V shape. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a more adverse impact on activity in the first quarter of 2020 than projected, and the recovery is anticipated to be more gradual than previously forecast. In 2021 global growth is projected at 4.4 per cent.
The trends demonstrate that the built environment sector is probable to make a faster economic recovery. With the market to stabilize and show steady growth by 2021-2022, there will be better job opportunities in the real estate and construction sector for.
Students of MBA CPM:
We have been able to help in the placements of our students during the pandemic in organizations such as:
About RICS SBE:
RICS School of Built Environment (RICS SBE), Amity University is an industry led academic institution which delivers specialized undergraduate and postgraduate programs to students ambitious to work in real estate, construction and infrastructure sector. It also aids as a hub for research and development of technical proficiency in built environment.