The placement drive of IIM Bangalore 2020 saw a 100% placement result. Every one of the 411 students who showed up for placements got 488 offers and got set within three days of meetings.
The last placement meeting for the year 2019 wrapped up with a 100% placement record within 2 days wherein, 411 understudies got 488 offers from a few reputed organizations.
The 2020 Placement season ended with consulting companies emerging as top recruiters with 147 placement offers. An Average CTC offered was 24.54 LPA which is increased as when compared with last year’s average package, median CTC is also increased when compared with last year’s median CTC.
Accenture emerged as the top recruiter with 26 offers followed by Boston Consulting with 23 offers. Placement 2020 at IIM Bangalore included both Lateral and Final Placements for the PGP class of 2018-20.
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|Number of students (PGP- 409, FPM- 2)||411|
|Number of offers made||488|
|Number of Companies||129|
|Pre-Placement offers Made/Accepted||170/125|
|Lateral Placement offers Made/Accepted||142/110|
|Number of offers during final placement week Made/Accepted (2 FPM students got placed)||176/176|
|Average CTC offered||24.54 LPA|
|Median CTC offered||23 LPA|
This year the PGP batch size was 411, there were 40 students in each batch. A total of 170 PPOs were offered out of which 125 were accepted by the students.
15 out of the total placement offers included international companies that offered an average CTC of INR. 62.30 LPA and a median CTC of INR. 62 LPA.
A massive increase can be seen in the placement offers since 2017 to 2019, as can be seen below in the table:
|Year||Number of placement offers||Number of participating students|
The 2018-2020 was by far the largest PGP batch at IIM Bangalore in the last three years.
The PGP batch comprised a total of 441 students out of which 276 were male and 165 were female candidates.4 out of the total students were from overseas.
Aside from the gender diversity, 22 of the total students had a Professional Qualification (CA/CS/ICWA). 82.99% of them were Engineers while the rest hailed from different educational backgrounds, such as-
|From Engineering||366, Females- 123, Males- 243|
|From Arts & Humanities||19, Females- 12, Males- 07|
|From Commerce||46, Females- 25, Males- 21|
|From Pharma||01, Females- 01, Males-0|
|From Science||09, Females- 02, Males- 05|
In terms of work experience, the maximum number of students (247) had a minimum work experience of 12-36 months.
|With No Work Experience||78 (Females- 38, Males- 40)|
|Work Experience of 1-12 Months||26 (Females- 14, Males- 12)|
|Work Experience of 12-24 Months||120 (Females- 46, Males- 74)|
|Work Experience of 25-36 Months||127 (Females- 42, Males- 85)|
|Work Experience of 37-48 Months||74 (Females- 23, Males- 51)|
|Work Experience More than 48 Months||16 (Females- 02, Males- 14)|
From the following graph, it is evident that most of the students got placed in Management Consulting followed by General Management and Information Technology.
161 offers were made in the consulting sector led by Accenture with 30 offers. Other leading Consulting companies which made placement offers in good number included Deloitte USI and Deloitte India with 18 offers; AT Kearney -14 offers; The Boston Consulting Group-14 offers; Bain & Company -14 offers; Strategy &-11 offers; EY-Parthenon-8 offers; McKinsey & Co-7 offers.
From consulting most of the offers were received followed by finance and e-Commerce and then the other domains.
|Sales & marketing||47|
There were 54 offers overall in the Finance domain. Amongst global banks, Goldman Sachs made the maximum of 7 offers followed by JP Morgan (4), Deutsche Bank (2), Citibank (2), HSBC (2), Barclays (1), Standard Chartered (1). Other Investment firms included Avendus (3), Matrix Partners (1), Axis Capital (1), Allegro Capital (1), Arpwood Capital (1) Tata Asset Management (1) and True North (1). Among banks and financial firms ICICI Bank made the maximum of 8 offers, and others included Société Générale (5), Royal Bank of Scotland (5), ANZ (3), Bajaj Finserv (1), and PWC Deals (1). Corporate Finance roles were offered by Reliance Treasury (2) and EMAAR (1).
Conglomerates recruited for their leadership tracks, making 40 offers in general management, with Adani Group leading with 7 offers followed by Tata Administrative Services (6), Aditya Birla Group (6), Vedanta (5), RPG Group (4), CK Birla Group (3), Wipro Global (2), Jindal (2), Mahindra Group (2), Reliance (2) and Lodha Group (1). In addition, there were 23 offers in General Management roles by Genpact (6), Sterlite Power (4), Capgemini (4), Udaan (3), Renew Power (2), Tata Sky (2) and Microland (2).
Students opting for Sales and Marketing roles received 47 offers and were recruited by major consumer goods firms led by Anheuser-Busch Inbev with 9 offers. Other recruiters included Samsung Electronics (8), Procter & Gamble (4), Nestle (3), Asian Paints (3), Lenovo (3), Wipro Consumer Care (3), Bajaj Auto (2), ONGC (2), Mondelez (1), Dr Reddys (1), Indian Oil Corporation (1), Colgate Palmolive (1), Vodafone (1), Coca Cola (1), Sigtuple (1), Maruti (1), St Gobain (1) and Jubilant Foodworks (1)
The 32 offers made in the fast-growing Analytics space included EXL Services (9), WNS Global (5). American Express (4), Gartner (4), UnitedHealth Group (3), Visa (3), MasterCard (2), Addzebra (1) and CRISIL (1).
Prominent recruiters in the information technology and IT Product Management domain, who made 41 offers, were Microsoft (7), Reliance Jio (5), Value Lab (4), Krazybee (4), Sprinklr (3), Byjus (3), AT Kearney Digital (3), Tech Mahindra (2), Servify (2), Moonfrog (2), Edfora (2), Hindustan Unilever (1), Dunzo (1), ACT Fibernet (1) and Infoedge (1).
The E-Commerce and online space saw 52 offers with Amazon leading with 16 offers followed by Oyo Rooms (10), Flipkart (8), Myntra (7), Paytm (4), Ola Cabs (3), Grab Singapore (2), Clirnet (1) and Perpule (1).
Operations roles saw 18 offers – Bharti Airtel (4), Uber (4), Cloudtail (3), Accenture Operations (2), Amway (1), Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages (1), Danaher (1), Lenskart (1) and Schneider Electric (1).
Under the discipline of EPGP, a total of 73 students participated in the placement drive out of which the highest number of recruitments were done under the Consulting sector.
|Total number of companies who interviewed||73|
|Number of offers made till 30.3.2019||64|
|Number of students Unplaced till 30.3.2019||08|
In terms of salary, the median CTC offered was of INR. 25 LPA and the Mean CTC was of INR. 26.28 LPA.
The EPGP batch comprises 73 students out of which 17 were female and 59 were male candidates.
The average age of all the candidates was around 30 years while some of the youngest candidates were around the age of 26 years.
In terms of work experience, the following table represents the professional experience of the candidates-
|Average Work Experience||7.5 Years|
|Lowest Work Experience||5.2 Years|
|Highest Work Experience||15.6 Years|
Highest percentage of students went into the consulting sector followed by the IT Service and Energy sector.
|Industry||Total Offers||% of students|
Some of the top recruiters included-
A total number of students who participated in the PGPPM Placements were 40. The average CTC offered was INR. 19.64 LPA.
|Total number of students||40|
|Number of students eligible for placement (non-DoPT)||14|
|Number of students placed till 30th match 2019||12|
|Average Salary||INR 19.64 LPA|
The PGPPM batch consisted majorly of male candidates, 14 out the total candidates were eligible for placement under Non-DoPT.
The following table represents the number of offers put forward by some of the recruiting companies-
A total of 4 offers made by PwC which is the highest among them all.
|AP Government (ILEF)||1|
|Ernst & Young||2|
|Punjab Bureau of Investment Promotion||1|
Summer placement at IIM Bangalore for the meeting 2019-2021 finished effectively with 437 understudies getting internship offers.
An aggregate of 437 understudies of the MBA Class of 2021 at IIM Bangalore were selected throughout the summer placement process directed in October 2019.
Counseling turned into the most noteworthy selecting division followed by BFSI and E-Commerce. The procedure saw interest from driving scouts across different areas and ventures.
Temporary positions were offered in the profiles, for example, Business Analytics, Consulting, E-Commerce, Finance, General Management, IT/Product Management, Operations, Retail and Sales and Marketing.
Almost 35% of the absolute number of offers for counseling jobs was offered by the MBB firms. Offers for summer internship openings in the E-trade segment saw a decrease of over half.
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