The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Udaipur has announced the final placement report for the batch of Post Graduate Programme (PGP) 2013-15.
According to the notification released by the institute, it takes pride in 100% summer placements in spite of 11% increase in batch size.
This season saw support of many reputed organisations across various sectors such as Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), FMCG, Consulting, E-Commerce, Pharmaceutical / Healthcare, Retail, Energy and Conglomerates among others. BFSI emerged as the largest sector making offers to 25% of the batch.
IIM Udaipur witnessed participation from a total of 56 companies, marking a 22% increase over the previous year, in the summer placement process for the 110 students of the Postgraduate Programme (PGP) 2013-2015.
This year saw many prominent brands visiting the campus for the first time, a few names were Aegis Global Ltd., Boston Consulting Group, Cummins, Future Group, Dover Corporation, Marico, Maersk Line, Sundaram Mutual, Talisma and many more.
This strongly reflects the rising distinction of the institute and the increasing value of its talent in the industry. Many past recruiters like GE India, ICICI Bank, ICRA, KPMG, Infoedge India (naukri.com), Mapro, Xpress Money, UAE Exchange, Vedanta and others have continued to show confidence in the quality of the students and the education which the management has imparted.
BFSI emerged as the most prominent sector with the participation of companies like GE India, ICICI Bank, Reliance General Insurance Co. Ltd and Genpact to name a few. Xpress Money and UAE Exchange continued their association with IIM Udaipur and extended the highest paying international internship offers. GE India and ICICI Bank offered the highest stipend in the domestic BFSI Sector. Profiles spanned across retail banking, corporate finance, portfolio management, project finance, etc.
The third batch for summer internships saw offers across different roles, and the functional profiles ranging from Marketing, Finance, Consulting, Analytics, Operations/Supply Chain, Human Resources, Business Development etc. The composition by functions are - Marketing (40%), Finance (17%), Consulting (11%), Human Resources (9%) and Operations/Supply Chain (8%). Marketing roles were offered by firms from FMCG, Retail, Pharmaceutical, Energy, Telecom and Conglomerates.
Indian Placement Reporting Standards (IPRS) endeavors to provide transparency and authenticity in the reporting of placement related information across B-Schools through standardized and audited placement reports.