IMS Ghaziabad Concludes Final Placements 2012

Published On: 23 Apr 2012

 | Last Updated On: 23 Apr 2012

IMS-Ghaziabad (Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad) concluded its final placements for 2010-2012 batch and has successfully placed 222 students at reputed firms such as Genpact, Ernst & Young, Nestle, U Flex Limited, South Indian Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, International Oncology Services Private Limited, HCL, El Al Airlines, New Mont Overseas, Deloitte, Parkland Hotel, Federal Bank, Citi Bank, Benz Travel, Heinz India, Indiabulls Securities, ITC and Bajaj Allianz.

Overall, 65 companies visited the campus and made 350 job offers to the students. The highest domestic salary package offered at the campus was Rs. 7 lakhs p.a. while the average salary offered was Rs 5.30 lakhs p.a. The highest international salary package offered was Rs. 22 lakhs p.a. Sources from IMS revealed that compared to last year, this year many top firms visited the campus and offered a better average salary package. Nearly, 31 students were placed during the lateral placement process and were offered an average annual salary package of Rs. 5.95 lakhs p.a.

BFSI sector companies picked up 13% students from the total batch size. Other sectors like Consultancy, Real Estate and IT created the same interest with each of the 3 sectors attracting 12% of students who already registered for the placement this year. The top roles for which students were selected are Market Research Analyst, Risk Management, Business Development Managers, Tax Analyst, Management Trainee, Investment Banking and Manager Operations.

Placement Statistics:

Total no. of students participated

222

Total no. of students placed

222

Total no. of companies

65

Average compensation offered

Rs 5.30 lakhs p.a

Highest compensation offered

Rs. 7 lakhs p.a.

Highest International CTC offered

Rs. 22 lakhs p.a.

Overall, the final placement for 2012 batch of IMS-Ghaziabad was successful.

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