SPJIMR enjoys an enviable track record of facilitating career aspirations of its participants through lateral placements. The Career Services team at PGPM give you the necessary inputs for honing and furthering your skill sets. Career acceleration requires you to take up greater responsibilities within your domain or industry and demonstrate general management skills. You will work as a team throughout the year to make some informed decisions.
The 11th batch of PGPM, consisting of 136 participants, has unveiled an excellent placement season this year. The industry response was welcoming, with 59 recruiters making offers to the participants who participated in the placement process. The recruiters appreciated the in-depth knowledge, enthusiasm, analytical & communication skills and the problem solving approach of the participants. This year witnessed a substantial increase of 24% in the number of companies that rolled out offers in the final placement process. The average CTC saw a 6% increase over the previous year with the highest domestic CTC offered increasing to a remarkable INR 28.77 LPA. The placement season saw an amazing response from companies spanning across various functions such as Consulting, General Management, Finance, Strategy, Sales and Marketing, Operations, IT and reputed startups.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) is widely considered as one of India's best B-Schools. The unique pedagogy at SPJIMR and courses taught by some of India's best faculty and the stellar placement record has propelled it to Rank 4 in the recent Business Today B-School ranking. Global Fast Track (GFT) - a novel initiative for the Class of 2016, wherein the entire batch travels to USA for specialised courses in various top universities - started this year with the batch getting exposure to top faculty from universities like Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Purdue and Darden. Positive feedback from the recruiters about the perspective the students have gained from the GFT experience was a great advantage.
We are happy to announce another outstanding season of placements for the PGDM Class of 2016. This year witnessed 89 companies hiring the 226 management graduates from the Class of 2016.
Apart from the regular recruiters like TAS, BCG, Deloitte, Accenture Strategy, Mahindra GMC, HUL, P&G, Microsoft, PwC-PRTM, Axis Bank, and JM Financial this year saw 26 new companies like Avendus capital, Diamond PwC, PayTM, Cloudtail, Astrazeneca, IndusInd Bank and Microland coming to campus taking the total number of companies to 89 queuing up to hire the 226 participants.
Consulting and FMCG firms ruled the roost at SPJIMR yet again with 23% of the batch recruited by the FMCG firms. 28% of the Class of 2016 secured offers from top consulting firms, which is about 65% increase in the opportunities brought in by Consults.
The average salary increased to 19.3 lakhs, from 18.2 lakhs last year. The highest salary offered on campus also spiked by 25% to 37 lakhs per annum. 82% of the students received offers of 15 lakhs or more, with a median salary of 17.38 lakhs. Maintaining its track record 45% of the SPJIMR students received Pre-Placement Offers and Pre-Placement Interviews through their Autumns Internships at top corporate houses.
Key placement trends
The average salary increased to 19.3 lacs, from 18.2 lac last year at SPJIMR placement 2016 while the highest salary offered on campus also spiked by 25% to 37 lakhs per annum. 82% of the students received offers of 15 lakhs or more, with a median salary of 17.38 lakhs
45% of the Class of 2016 received Pre-Placement Offers and Pre-Placement Interviews through their Autumns Internships at top corporate houses, some of which included Amazon, Asian Paints, Axis Bank, Colgate-Palmolive, GE, HSBC, HUL, Mondelez, P&G, TAS among others.