IMI Delhi Concludes Final Placements 2012

Published On: 27 Apr 2012

 | Last Updated On: 27 Apr 2012

IMI-Delhi (International Management Institute, Delhi) has concluded its final placements for PGPM and PGDHRM 2010-12 batch and has successfully placed 148 students at reputed firms such as Hero MotoCorp, Ranbaxy, Deloitte Consulting, J.P. Morgan Services India, ITC Hotels, HDFC Bank, Indian Oil, Ernst & Young, Michael Page International, Infosys Technologies, Maruti Suzuki India, RPG Group, Asian Paints and Jumbo Electronics (Dubai).

Over 44 companies participated in the campus recruitment drive. The highest domestic package offered to PGPM batch was Rs. 21 lakhs per annum and the highest domestic package offered to PGD-HRM batch was Rs. 11.35 lakhs per annum. The average package offered was Rs. 9.75 lakhs per annum and Rs. 8.60 lakhs per annum respectively for both the programs. Consulting and BFSI were most preferred sectors among students.

The report revealed that despite of the slow economy and a dip in hiring activities across many industries, IMI managed to place 100% of its students and the average salary package was slightly higher than 2011. BFSI and Consulting were the 2 top favorite sectors for students.  This year IMI Delhi campus saw most of the regular recruiters and ten new recruiters who visited the campus for placement process.

Placement Statistics:

Total no. of Students

148

Number of Companies Participated

44

Highest domestic package - PGPM

Rs. 21 lakhs p.a

Highest domestic package - PGD-HRM

Rs. 11.35 p.a

Average domestic package - PGPM

Rs. 9.75 p.a

Average domestic package - PGD-HRM

Rs. 8.60 p.a

No. of New Recruiters

10

On the whole, the IMI Delhi final placement concluded on a high note.

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