There was an increase in offers across all sectors, primarily driven by consulting and product management roles. Strategy consulting continued to be the most sought-after role among the students, followed by general management and product management.
Professor Debolina Dutta, chairperson of the Career Development Services at IIMB, siad: “Our students received offers from reputed companies despite a slowdown in the market. The large number of pre-placement offers that were made to our students, after their summer internship, is proof of the calibre and potential of our students. We are confident that they will shine in all spheres and make the Institute proud.”
At time of publication, IIMB has not shared the salary range achieved by the graduates.
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore: Placement breakdown
As per the data, consulting companies extended a total of 221 offers during the placement process. Accenture led the pack with 32 offers, followed by Boston Consulting Group with 26. Bain & Company, Tata Consultancy Services, and McKinsey & Company rounded up the top five with 23, 18, and 16 offers, respectively. Other notable recruiters included Kearney, EY (Ernst & Young), PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Alvarez & Marsal, and Oliver Wyman.
The IT/product management domain saw a total of 85 offers being extended. Paytm led the way with 13 offers, followed by Microsoft with 10, and Cogoport with 8. Other prominent recruiters included Jio Platform, NatWest Group, Cisco, and Amagi. In the fast-growing E-commerce space, Amazon and Flipkart made 14 and eight offers, respectively.
The finance domain saw 75 offers, with Goldman Sachs making the most (8), followed by Kotak Mahindra Bank Avendus Capital, and Citi Bank. Other banks and financial institutions made 61 offers combined.
A total of 86 offers were made by conglomerates for their general management leadership tracks, with Adani Group and Vedanta leading with eight offers each. Other top recruiters included Lodha Group, DTDC, and CK Birla. Companies making two or fewer offers included Bajaj Finserv, Gyansys, Sun Pharma, Visa Inc., Aditya Birla Group, Emaar Group, and JSW, while others made a total of 13 offers.
Sales and marketing:
For students interested in Sales and Marketing, 67 offers were made with roles at major consumer goods firms such as Asian Paints, Samsung India, Nestle, and Procter & Gamble being the top recruiters. Other recruiters include Coca-Cola, IBM, and Wipro Consumer Care, among others.
Operations roles saw 15 offers with Cogoport (5), OLA Electric (3), Uber (3), NatWest Group (2), Delhivery (1) and Five Holdings (1).
In the Analytics sector, there were 35 offers in total, with American Express making the most offers at 16, followed by EXL Services (9), Capital One (2), Cargill (2), and JPMC (1), with 5 offers from other companies.
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