BFSI, Pharma & FMCG major recruiters at JBIMS Placement 2011

Published On: 11 Oct 2011

 | Last Updated On: 15 May 2012

Overview:

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies(JBIMS), Mumbai successfully completed the final campus placement process for the MBA 2011 batch. The batch consisted of 111 students. Over 83 companies from various sectors participated in the campus placement drive. ICICI Bank and P&G gave maximum number of offers for 2011 batch. The highest domestic package offered was Rs. 26 lakhs/annum;and the average package offered was around Rs 15.54 lakhs/annum- an increase of over 21% from the previous year. About 24% of the batch received pre-placement offers.

Placement Statistics:

No. of students in the batch

111

No. of participating companies

83

Average package

Rs.15.54 lakhs/annum

Highest  package

Rs. 26 lakhs/annum

 

Sectoral Division:

 

BFSI:

BFSI captured the slot of no. 1 recruiter with over 36% of students accepting the offers from leading companies such as YES Bank, Citibank, HSBC, HDFC Bank, Barclays Bank, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Nomura, Crisil, ICICI Securities, Avista Advisory, India Infoline, Edelweiss Capital, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters ,ICRA, IDBI Capital, Indiabulls, Principal PNB and SBI Capital. Students were offered various profiles such as Merger & Acquisition Advisory, Structured Finance, Investment Banking, Treasury, Corporate Finance, Equity Research, Insurance, Institutional Equities and Infrastructure Advisory.

Pharma & FMCG:

Pharma & FMCG sector was the second most preferred sector with over 24% of students joining the sector. Reckitt Benckiser, HUL, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Castrol, AstraZeneca,Britannia, ITC, Dabur, PepsiCo, P&G, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare , Givaudan, Ranbaxy, Titan and UB Group offered students with attractive profiles in Sales & Marketing and Brand Management.

Manufacturing:

About 14% of students accepted offers from manufacturing companies such as Jumbo Electronics, VIP Industries, Reliance Power, Tanween, Tata Steel, Cummins, Videocon, Godrej & Boyce, Raymond, JSW Steel, Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd, BILT and Usha International.

Consulting:

Consulting sector extended offers to 12% of students. The participating companies were Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Bristlecone, McKinsey, Deloitte Consulting, Oliver Wyman, BTS (USA), Nodwin Consulting, MindTree Consulting and Capgemini.

IT & Telecom:

IT & Telecom received 8% of students to work in their companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Accenture, Polaris, QAI Global, HCL, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Tally Solutions, Bharti Airtel, HT Media, Vodafone and Idea Cellular.

Others:

Remaining 6% of students joined other sectors represented by companies such as Bank of India, National Institute of Securities Markets, Teach for India etc.

The successful completion of campus placement process for the MBA 2011 batch exhibits Corporate world’s faith in the talented graduates of JBIMS.

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