The International Management Institute Kolkata (IMI Kolkata) concluded its final placement for the class of 2019 achieving 100% placement of the students. More than 32 recruiters participated in the recruitment drive, making offers to 110 students in the 7th batch (final batch).

For the 2nd consecutive year, the students of IMI Kolkata bagged a package of Rs. 20 lakh. The institute saw a near 6 per cent rise in the average pay package during the final placements this year. The average compensation offered to the top 10 percentile, top 25 percentile and the top 50 percentile of the batch was Rs 11.45 Lakhs, Rs 9.38 Lakhs, and Rs 7.95 Lakhs respectively. Eight students opted out of the placement process and decided to pursue their start-up dreams or return to / join their family businesses.

IMI Kolkata

IMI Placements: Domain-based Distribution

As per the official brochure released by the institute, the break-up of job offers across domains are sales and marketing 47 per cent, finance 22 per cent, consulting, strategy and general management 19 per cent, operations 10 per cent and human resource 2 per cent.

The following infographic explains the domain-wise and section-wise offer to the students of IMI Kolkata:

IMI Kolkata

Names of Top Recruiters

The director of IMI Kolkata, professor Arindam Banik, said: "Many new corporate firms took part in the placement process this year and the quality of job roles, diversity, sectoral spread and compensation have improved considerably."

Various offers were made by prominent conglomerates such as JSW, HDFC Bank, Deloitte, Federal Bank, ICICI Prudential AMC, CESC, Mahindra Finance, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, BYJU'S – Think & Learn, Randstad India, Reliance Industries and OYO. Apart from this, new recruiters, including Philips Lighting-Signify, HDFC Life, Treebo Hotels, Zomato, eTrans Solutions and Godrej & Boyce also offered jobs to students.
 The institute would continue to work closely with a long-term vision of being an organisation that is trusted by corporates and other stakeholders, Banik said.