Astounding offer for SRCC Student

Placement at Delhi

An increase in the number of offer with packages above Rs 11 lakh is marked other than the common employers, companies such as FTI Consulting and LEK Consulting. The highest package this placement season has been Rs 31 lakh offered by the consultancy giant Parthenon- EY to a student, as per the press release sent by the college. There are over 60 companies participated in the process making over 300 offers at the placement season at Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC).

Flooding recruiters

Recruiters from across various sectors such as consulting, investment banking, marketing, finance and insurance visited the campus this year. Companies such as Deutsche Bank, Boston Consulting Group, JP Morgan, McKinsey & Company, A.T. Kearney and Bain Capability Centre are the regular recruiters amongst others.

The college saw the increase in the number of internship companies and many companies such as Google, JSW, Deutsche Bank, McKinsey & Company visited the campus for the first time.


With companies rolling out offers crossing a gross worth of more than Rs 15 crore, the college has witnessed another remarkable year. Finance and consultancy accounted for a maximum share along with the various profiles in HR, education, marketing and other sectors. The average package offered to students this year is Rs 6 lakh.

Placement Cell

The Placement Cell introduced the CV Vetting process last year adding credibility to the information provided by the students to the company. Aimed to expand the horizons of knowledge of the students, this year, it also introduced a fortnightly newsletter ‘In A Nutshell’. “It’s exhilarating to see the Cell working successfully to connect to job seekers with the corporate stalwarts, who handpick the selected few and match the requisite knowledge and expertise. “In the upcoming years, probably we would able to achieve greater heights”, says Smita Sharma, convener, placement cell, Shri Ram College of Commerce.

About the University

Commerce education in India began in 1886 with the establishment of a commercial school in Chennai (erstwhile Madras). Shri Ram College of Commerce embarked on its voyage early in the year 1920 when on the day of Basant Panchmi, seven leading businessmen in Delhi established the Commercial Education Trust. Under the name ‘The Commercial School’ at Charkhewalan in the walled city of pre-independence Delhi, the trust set up its first school in the same year. The school introduced a Post-Matriculation Diploma Programme in Commerce under the supervision of Mr R.K. Kumar, who later became the first Principal of the Commercial College. The inauguration of the Commercial College paved the entry of commerce education in the University system of Delhi. The first batch of students was enrolled on the first floor of a ‘Hall’ opposite the St. James’ Church at Kashmere Gate.

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