BFSI and IT/ITES are Key Recruiters at TAPMI 2011 Placements

Published On: 24 Jun 2011

 | Last Updated On: 15 May 2012



The T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal has successfully completed the final placements of all the 118 students of the 2011 batch. Four students from the 2011 batch decided to go on placement holiday with the objective to pursue their own business ventures. Nearly, 45 companies participated in the final placement program. Nearly 15 companies from manufacturing and services sector participated for the first time in campus placement program. The highest package offer extended to a student was Rs 13.5 lakhs.

Placement Statistics:


No. of students in the batch    118
No. of participating companies    45
Average package    Rs. 8 lakhs p.a.
Highest  package   Rs. 13.5 lakhs p.a.

Sectoral Division:



IT and ITES:

Almost 44% of students from the 2011 batch received offers from IT And ITES sectors, represented by companies such as Cognizant Technology Solutions, Infosys, Verity and Wipro Group.  IT and ITes sectors were the topmost recruiters at TAPMI campus placement program.

Banking and financial services:

Banking and financial sectors were the second most top recruiters after IT and ITes sectors by offering maximum number of offers to the students of the 2011 batch.  About 20% of students joined Banking and financial services companies such as CRISIL, J.PMorgan and Citi Group.


A sharp rise was registered in the numbers of offers extended by the Consulting sector to the 2011 batch in comparison to the previous year. Over 13% of students received offers from companies such as IMRB, Avalon Consulting, KPMG and Deloitte.


About 9% of the students accepted offers from companies such as UB Group and Titan Industries.


FMCG, Health Care & Pharma and services sectors represented by companies such as ACG Worldwide and Manipal Group were able to attract small percentages of students to work in their companies.

The 100% placement record at TAPMI once again reaffirmed the faith of the corporate world in the institute.


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