FMS MBA Batch Leads the Way in 2011 Final Placement Process

Published On: 09 May 2011

 | Last Updated On: 15 May 2012

Overview:

The placement was conducted jointly for both MBA and MBA-Management of Services 2011 batch. MBA and MBA-Management of Services students were placed in style in well-known Indian and Global Companies. The average domestic package exhibit an increase of 18% in comparison to the last year whereas the highest domestic salary offered by the corporate world increased by 24%. Almost 1/3rd of the batch received PPOs exhibiting the preference of the corporate world for recruiting FMS students. As many as 97 companies participated in 2011 campus placement process. FMS also set a record by introducing the concept of “Placement holiday” to encourage students to become entrepreneurs.

Placement Statistics:

 

No. of students in the batch 203
No. of participating companies 97
Average package 15.4 lakhs p.a.
Highest Domestic package  26 lakhs p.a.
Highest International package 150,000 US dollars


Sectoral Division:

 


 
 

Finance

Finance sector captured most of the students of the 2011 Batch as 33% of students preferred to join companies such as Avigo Capital, Avendus Capital, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, J P Morgan Chase,Nomura ICICI Securities , SBI Capital, Citibank, Religare, IFCI, HDFC and CRISIL, Barclays Bank, Standard Chartered, Bank of America, HSBC and American Express. Students were offered profiles ranging from corporate finance, wholesale and retail banking, private equity, asset management to markets, treasury and investment banking.

Marketing

FMS Delhi is known as marketing campus of the country and this year was no different. Similar to the finance sector, marketing sector had an equal share of 33% students joining their companies. The major players from the marketing sector who participated in the placement process were Hindustan Unilever, Kraft-Cadbury, Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Dabur, Godfrey Philips, Nestle, ITC, Asian Paints, Britannia,  AzkoNobel, Wipro Consumer and Godrej Consumer.
 
Consulting

Nearly 18% of students opted to join consulting sector. Arthur D. Little, Deloitte Consulting, KPMG, Ernst & Young Accenture Management Consulting, Hewitt, Avalon Consulting, PricewaterhouseCoopers Cognizant, Mindtree, Capgemini and Wipro offered students with strategy and business advisory roles.

General Management

TAS, Olam International, Mahindra & Mahindra, Essar Group, DCM Shriram Consolidated, Allianz and UB Group, Times Group, RPG Group, Jindal group managed to secure 10% of students to join in group level management positions in their company.

Others

The other sectors extended offers to only 6% of students from the 2011 MBA Batch.

Huge turn up of companies at FMS placement process as well as 33% pre-placement offers (PPOs) exhibits industry’s overall confidence in the legacy of FMS being one of the best management institute in the country.

 

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