IIM-Udaipur concludes summer placements for the batch of 2019-21

IIM-Udaipur has completed its Summer Placement drive for the Batch of 2019-21. A total of 283 candidates participated in the placement drive, making it the largest batch to seek placement in the Institute’s history so far.

Many companies took part in the placement drive to capture the new talents. A total of 77 firms took part in the drive, with 39 becoming the first-timers. Some of the big names that participated  are Baker Hughes, Edelweiss, Ernst & Young, Gartner, GlaxoSmithKline, Health & Glow, LafargeHolcim, MakeMyTrip, Michelin, Microland, Reserve Bank of India, Royal Bank of Scotland, Sesa Care and Wonder Cement Ltd.

Prof. Janat Shah, Director, IIM Udaipur, said, “IIM Udaipur is committed to offering a transformational learning experience to our students. Our strong placement record is a demonstration of the trust that the corporate has placed in our high academic standards.”

IIM Udaipur has continued its growth – with the average stipend for the batch reaching ₹85,060 – an increase of 37% from last year, and the highest stipend being ₹2,50,000, offered in the FMCG sector. 31 students from the Institute received international offers – a massive increase of 138% compared to last year.

Additionally, IIM Udaipur students bagged some of the most sought-after Investment Banking roles at Goldman Sachs. Several past recruiters including Aditya Birla Capital, Amul, Bajaj Auto, Cummins, Dell, General Electric, Genpact, GroupM, HPCL, ICICI Bank, ICICI Lombard, Indiamart, KPMG, Larsen & Toubro, NMC Healthcare, Pidilite Industries, RBL Bank, Sutherland, TAFE, Tata Steel, Ujjivan Bank, United Breweries, Vedanta Limited, Xpress Money and Yes Bank also returned to IIMU’s campus. 

Profiles offered to the students spanned across the domains of Finance, Operations, Sales & Marketing, Analytics, and HR with the highest number of offers made in Sales & Marketing. The number of offers made in the Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) sector also saw a remarkable surge as compared to last year.

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