Vagisha Kaushik|Jan 13, 2023
IIM Bodhgaya Placements: 97 offers recorded; Highest domestic package at Rs 48.58 lakh
Nearly 70 companies made a total of 97 job offers were made to over 200 students during the final placement process at IIM Bodh Gaya.
NEW DELHI: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bodh Gaya concluded the current MBA 2021-23 batch placement process. Nearly 70 companies made a total of 97 job offers were made to over 200 students during the final placement process at the institute.
While the highest domestic package offered more than doubled to Rs 48.58 lakh, the IIM Bodh Gaya average and median domestic package for the batch stood at Rs 16 lakh and Rs 15.25 lakh, respectively. BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, IT & Services, IT & Analytics, e-Commerce, and Manufacturing companies were among the major recruiters.
According to a press statement, BFSI was followed by Consulting, IT-Services & Analytics firms extending 53 offers altogether. The major recruiters in the Consulting and Analytics space were Deloitte US, Tiger Analytics, Kantar Analytics Practice, Kore.ai Software, Factspan Analytics, Brillio, CRISIL, and Accelalpha. The major IT & Services players included the likes of Sutherland Global, Bharti Airtel, CTS, Trinamix Inc, HCL Tech, iQuanti India, Infosys BPM, Zycus, Adobe Inc., Affinity, DemandFarm, and Park+ to name a few.
The significant names were Adani Group, ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India, Hindalco Industries Limited, Mercedes-Benz, Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals Limited, Ultratech Cement, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Volvo Eicher Commercial Vehicles Limited, and DTDC. The graduating batch also witnessed decent participation from e-commerce, FMCG, and market research firms like Amazon India, Bluestone, Haldirams, Reliance Retail, MoEngage, and Porter.
While speaking about the placements, Dr. Vinita S. Sahay, Director and Head of the Institute, IIM Bodh Gaya, said: "As a premier management institute, we realise and acknowledge the changing paradigm of management studies and the new jobs and opportunities that are getting created and maturing over time. We understand the ever-changing demands of the industry, and to bridge the growing demands of the industry and the society at large, the institute plans to launch two new full-time MBA programs specializing in the field of Digital Business Management and Healthcare Management for an inaugural batch of 90 and 60 professionals respectively.”
She further emphasised, “The necessity for these new age courses was hugely realised during the pandemic, and we feel there is a strong requirement to meet the glaring demands in these sectors.”
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