Final Placement Report
IIM Nagpur is pleased to share the Placements Report for the class of 2017. Out of 53 students, we have placed forty-four students, and five studentshave opted-out of the placement process. The placement process started with positive response from two companies who offered pre-placement offers to students who performed exceptionally at the respective organizations during their Summer Internship in 2016. The five students who have opted out have gone on to start their own ventures or join their previous organisations such as TCS, Wipro, etc.
The 44 accepted offers (including two PPOs) from the Campus Placement activity are from reputed companies from a variety of sectors. The major recruiters have been: Atyati Technologies, Bajaj Allianz, Bharat Petroleum, Choice India, Delivering Change Foundation, Futures First, GroupM, HCC, ICICI Lombard, Jajoo Glass,Jubilant FoodWorks, Jumbo Group, Kay Kay Overseas, Larsen & Toubro, Maharashtra Metro,Max Bupa Health Insurance, Star Rays, Tech Mahindra, Tega Industries, Torrent Group, TresVista,Tushita Travels, Tata Trusts, Vishvaraj Infrastructure, Wipro Technologies, YES BANK, etc.
The companies have offered a myriad of challenging roles in various industry verticals. The roles are in the areas of Strategy & Consulting, Sales &Marketing, Data Analytics, Finance, Operations, General Management et al. The average and median figures of the offers is Rs.12.11 LPA and Rs.12 LPA respectively. The median for the top and the next quartile for the placed students currently stands at Rs.16.96 LPA and Rs.13 LPA.
Excluding international offers, the average and median figures for the placed students are Rs11.42 LPA and Rs12 LPA respectively. The median for the top and the next quartile for students placed domestically are Rs13.5 LPA and Rs13 LPA.
The offers are spread across various industries. Here's a snapshot of all the industry spread:
BFSI (24%), Oil & Gas (5%), Infrastructure (26%), IT/ITeS (8%), Manufacturing (5%), Not for Profit (3%), Retail (8%), Tours & Travels (3%), FMCG (8%), Food & Beverages (5%) and Media & Advertising (5%) (chart given below).
The functional spread of the accepted offers isSales & Marketing (31%), Operations (17%), Strategy & Consulting (24%), Data Analytics (2%), Finance (7%), General Management (19%).
NOTE: Benefits like JESOPs and Performance-based incentives, which aren't part of the CTC, have been excluded.