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PGPM Placement Report

Magnificent Mauryas, Class of 2016-17

The PGPM Class of 2017 witnessed another excellent season of placement with 100% of the students getting placed across diverse sectors and functional areas. The placement process saw participation from leading recruiters like Daimler, Dell, Deloitte, EY, Grant Thronton, HCL, INautix, Infosys, ITC Infotech, JSW Group, L&T Hydrocarbon, McKinsey, Musigma, Scope International, Shell, Tata Consultancy Services, Vatech Wabag, Virtusa Polaris, Wipro, ZS Associates, etc., to name a few.

342 students out of the batch of 398 took up offers on campus, 1 student took up offer off campus, 2 students opted out of the placement process and 53 students who were on sabbaticals chose to go back to their parent organizations. Students were offered various coveted roles in E-commerce, FMCG, Manufacturing, Pharma, Healthcare and Oil & Gas. IT/ITES (45%) was the largest recruiting sector followed by Consulting (26%) and BFSI (11%). In terms of the functional areas, Marketing/Sales attracted the largest set of offers (35%) followed by Technology Consulting (31%).

Key Highlights

  • Participation of diverse set of companies across BFSI, Consulting, E-commerce, Pharma & Healthcare, IT/ITES, Manufacturing, FMCG, Oil & Gas sectors
  • New marquee recruiters include the likes of Adobe, Daimler, Grant Thornton, L&T Hydrocarbon, McKinsey, Narayana Hrudayalaya, OYO Rooms, Shahi Exports, Shell to name a few
  • Offers by reputed corporates like Amazon, Aditya Birla Group, Tolaram Group, Deloitte, Dell, ZS Associates, EY, ITC Infotech, to name a few
  • Maximum profiles offered in Sales & Marketing (35%) followed by Technology Consulting (30%), Finance (11%), Analytics (9%), Operations (8%), and Business Consulting (7%)
  • Highest Domestic CTC offered was INR 34.5 Lakhs per annum by an e-commerce multinational and Highest International CTC offered was INR 67 Lakhs per annum by an FMCG company
  • Average CTC offered to the Class of 2017 was INR 12.33 Lakhs and Median CTC was INR 12.07 Lakhs

Industry-wise Classification

Industry-wise Classification

Function-wise Classification

Function-wise Classification

Industry-wise Recruiters

BFSI

Dunia Finance, Aditya Birla Sunlife, Credit Mantri, DCM Shriram, Dun & Bradstreet, iNautix, Incedo, Muthoot Finance, Scope International

Consulting

Cartesian Consulting, Cognizant Business Consulting, Deloitte, EY, Grant Thronton, LatentView, McKinsey, Musigma, Sigmoid, SIM Advisory, Srushty Global, TTI Global, Virtusa Polaris, ZS Associates

E-Commerce

Amazon, Lynk Logistics, Matrimony.com, Oyorooms

IT/ITES

Accenture, Adobe, Ameex Technologies, Changepond Technologies, Cognizant Technologies, Dell, Dolcera, ECS Inc, EmbedUR Systems, F&S, GAVS, HCL Technologies, Infosys, Infotrellis, ITC Infotech, KPIT, L&T Infotech, Mentis, Newt Global, Photon Interactive, Rapid Value Solutions, Smart Megh, Sosaley Technologies, Sutherland, Tata Consultancy Services, Virtusa Polaris, Wipro

Manufacturing

Shahi Exports, CUMI, Daimler, JSW Group, L&T Hydrocarbon, Vatech Wabag

Others
(Education, Exports, FMCG, Infra, Oil & Gas, Pharma)

Astrazeneca, Eppendorf, Global Consumer Products, Jayanti Group, Manipal Eduction, Narayana Hrudayalaya, Nuance Transcription Series, Shell, Tolaram Group, TVS Infrastructure

* List is partial.