The following table gives the break-up of offers from various sectors
|Sector||Percentage of students placed|
15% of the students received/accepted PPOs from the recruiters..
Some of the top recruiters were Mahindra GMC, HSBC, Deloitte, J.P.Morgan, Nomura, RBL Bank, Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Google, ICICI Bank, Amazon, Cognizant, Wipro, IBM, GSK Pharma, L’Oreal, YES Bank, Titan, SBI Bank,Kohler India, Future Group, Berger Paints, HDFC AMC Ltd. and Thomson Reuters.
The highlight of this year’s placement process was marked by the fact that more than 45% of the batch were made offers by the top 5 recruiters on campus. The roles offered by these 5 recruiters were in Consulting, Finance, Sales & Marketing, IT/Analytics, e-Commerce and Operations domain.
The following table gives the average salary break-up of the batch
|Salary offers of||Average salary (lakh p.a.)|
|Top 25% students||18.15|
|Top 50% students||16.54|
The highest domestic salary offered during the final placements was a whopping INR 23.35 lakh p.a. It was given in a consultant role.The highest salary offered in sales and marketing role was INR 21 lakh p.a. As far as Finance domain is concerned, the highest salary was INR 21 lakh p.a. In a general management role, the highest salary offered was INR 23 lakh p.a.