Delhi University has proven once again to be one of the finest universities in the country. A student from the Delhi University's Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) has bagged a international pay package of $150,000 (approx Rs1.02 crore). This makes DU in line with IITs and IIMs for landing great pay packages. This high package is the first in the history of DU FMS.
The placement drive of 2016 saw about 2019 students with an average pay package of Rs 20.5 lakh, which is a steep 20% increase from the previous years.
"Apart from getting 100 per cent placement, our students have got better pay packages with respect to last year," said Dr Kavita Singh, Placement Convener.
The highest domestic pay package is Rs 66 lakh per annum and the highest domestic compensation is Rs 38 lakh per annum.
Female students have bagged an average pay package of Rs 20.9 lakh, an increase of 20% from the last year while the average pay package for male students' is Rs 20.4 lakhs, with an increase of 21% from the previous year.
About 26% students were recruited in the consulting sector. The biggest recruiters were EY Consulting (13), Accenture Strategy (9), Star India (8) ITC (7) and M.H. Alshaya (7).
About DU FMS:
The Faculty of Management Studies focuses on management education more than just business management. The approach to pedagogy combines fieldwork, case studies and instrumented feedback with a strong emphasis on concepts and theory. FMS rewards initiative, novelty and thinking outside the box. For further information visit, DU FMS