Summer Internships of Top B Schools for the MBA batch 2019-21

Summer Internships of Top B Schools for the batch 2019-21

Updated as on Oct 25, 2019. India’s leading Business schools so far is doing well as far as summer internship for the MBA Batch 2019-21 are concerned as has been found with Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM C), S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) Mumbai, Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIM Kozhikode) and others.

Average stipend for 2 month at MDI Gurgaon is INR 2,31,000; SIBM Pune is 2,00,000; TISS Mumbai 2,08,000; IIM Kozhikode 1,68,000.  IIM C PGDBA average monthly stipend is 1,31,087.

Business School Summer Placement Report for the Batch 2019-21.

Business School
Batch 2018-20
Batch 2019-21
IIM C (PGDBA Program)
MDI Gurgaon
IIM Kozhikode


MDI Gurgaon, TISS Mumbai, IIM Kozhikode (IIM K) has witnessed rise in average stipends and number of internships. E-commerce start-ups such as Grofers and Flipkart are leading the market for summer internships while automobile, banking and finance and telecom sectors are absorbing the interns. FMCG and E-commerce companies seemed top paying sectors however L’Oreal was found to be paying the highest at INR 320,000 at MDI Gurgaon, so far. IIM-B summer placements for the batch 2019-21. Over 100 offers made in consulting domain.

The average stipend for two-month summer internship increased from INR 204,000 to INR 208,000 at TISS, Mumbai while it decreased to INR 168,000 compared to 171,000 last year at IIM, Kozikhode.  

IIM Calcutta witnessed a 15% surge in the average stipend for summer internships offering analyst roles & placing all 57 students on the very first day. The average monthly stipend of graduates of Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics (PGDBA) rose to INR 131,087, while the highest monthly stipend was recorded at INR 172,000.

“Summers are important opportunities to spot future talent, so companies don’t risk missing out even if the overall sentiment is sluggish,” Kanwal Kapil, Dean of placements at MDI Gurgaon told ET.



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