The 2012-14 batch of agri-business management course (PGP-ABM) in the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) witnessed around 20 firms extending internship offers to all 43 students of the batch, a release from the B-school’s student placement committee said.
Of the nearly 20 companies that took part in the placement process, the committee said, there were 9 companies which visited the campus for the first time for internship recruitment. The participating companies offered roles, which included Agricultural Inputs, Banking, Consulting and Advisory, FMCG and Plantations.
Notably, 5 students chose to stay out of the main summer placement process, in order to pursue their interest in the developmental sector by working with Jeevika, the Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project, as per the committee report that was released on Monday, November, 12, 2012.
Source: Indian Express
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