IIM Bodh Gaya Final Placement Report

IIM Bodh Gaya Final Placement Report for the batch 2017-19

IIM Bodh Gaya Final Placement Report: IIM BodhGaya has successfully concluded the Final Placement 2019 for its Third PGP batch 2017-19 on 17th April,2019. The institute has witnessed many prominent recruiters making more offers and wide range of profiles to the students in Marketing, Sales, Brand Management, Wealth Management, Project Management, Corporate Strategy, Operations and Logistics, Business Analyst, Relationship Management among others.

Announcing the wrapping up the final placement 2019, IIM BodhGaya has released the brief statistics while the detailed statistics and final placement report will be released after some time.

Top Recruiters: Exultant on the great placements, Placement Committee has shared, “The Placement season 2018-19 witnessed prominent industry recruiters such as E&Y, KPMG, HSBC Bank, VLCC, Kotak AMC, EdCIL, Cadila Pharmaceuticals, DS Group, Edelweiss , DTDC, SafeXpress GMR Group, AGS Transact, SIS Prosegur, Ogilvy & Mather, TCS, Oyo and Nestaway across sectors like BFSI, FMCG Manufacturing, HealthCare and Logistics.”

Key Placement Trends: The highlight of this year's placement was a high increase in the Average Salary going upto Rs.10.90 lakhs & the highest package, going up to Rs.16 LPA in 2019.  The top 25 percentile of students secured an average salary of Rs.12.6 Lakhs Per Annum and the Average salary of the top 50 percentile batch stood at Rs.12.2 Lakhs. The median salary stood at Rs. 10.6 LPA this year.

About IIM BodhGaya: The Indian Institutes of Management have been the archetype of management schooling in India since their foundation after our independence in 1947. IIMs are perceived as the most prestigious and elite B-schools in India which lay emphasis on practical experience and critical thinking rather than stressing on rote learning and conventional academic schedule.

Set up as a 15th institute under the mentorship of IIM Calcutta, the oldest IIM in the country, IIM BodhGaya, right from its inception, has meticulously followed its mentor's footsteps. Building on the grand heritage of the IIM brand, IIM Bodh Gaya fosters a culture and curriculum whose sole purpose is to create socially responsible managers and emotionally mature leaders.

In a short span of time, IIM Bodh Gaya has strengthened its position in the corporate world, with its students already working in commendable positions. Apart from the conventional classroom setup, IIM Bodh Gaya lays much emphasis on practical learning. Students are encouraged to take up various industry-based research projects which are subjected to evaluation by the faculty. A dynamic curriculum in consonance with academics and industry experts provides the students with the opportunities to master new skills and explore diverse perspectives.

They partake in the academic rigor for which IIMs are known for. Students are exposed to extensive practical learning along with the basic concepts across various domains of MBA i.e. Marketing, Operations, HR, and Finance through various quizzes, assignments, live projects, interactive sessions, and examinations. In the second year, there are a diverse range of electives which the students can choose based on their key areas of interest. IIM Bodh Gaya’s educational curriculum aims to equip the students with an essence of management skills to help them navigate through the modern business environment across the globe. The institute employs the case study method, made famous by Harvard Business School, in order to give insights into the real world dynamics that render compelling opportunities amidst onerous settings. The construction of the 119-acre permanent campus is in full swing, with IIM Bodh Gaya transitorily operating from the Distance Education Building of Magadh University. With state-of-the-art classrooms, boys and girls hostel, knowledge database, sports amenities, library, IIM Bodh Gaya promises to be the future of business education, preparing young graduates to become assets to the industry and the corporate sphere. 

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