Updated as on Mar 22, 2019. IIM Nagpur placement 2019: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Nagpur achieved 100% placement for the students of Post Graduation Programme (PGP) batch 2017-19, with a highest domestic annual package of INR 20 Lac per annum and with an average package of INR 12.35 Lac per annum. Last hyear average salary is above 12 Lac per annum.
The institute has completed its final placement process for the third batch of students enrolled in its flagship PGP in Management (PGP 2017-19) and achieved 100% placement, an IIM Nagpur press release said.
The placement season saw the participation from sectors like fast moving consumer durables (FMCD), analytics, IT, consulting and logistics, among others. The final placement process witnessed 40-plus recruiters, including many first time participants, visiting the campus. Analytics, e-commerce, FMCD, IT and manufacturing sectors recruited more than 70% of the 2017-19 batch.
Prominent recruiters are Deloitte Consulting, ZS Associates, MuSigma, Berger Paints, V-Guard, Schindler, FSS Global, Sutherland Global, GroupM, Decimal Point Analytics, ValueLabs and others.
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The highest domestic salary package offered at IIM Nagpur was INR 20 Lac per annum, while the average was INR 12.35 Lac per annum, said the press release by IIM Nagpur. The average package offered for the top 10% and first 25% of the batch was INR 17.48 Lac per annum and INR 15.45 Lac per annum respectively, and the median package for the batch was INR 12 Lac per annum. Director of IIM Nagpur LS Murty said that this year too, the graduating batch found challenging career openings of their choice from the campus.
About IIM- Nagpur: The Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur is a public business institute. It was established in 2015 under the membership of IIM- Ahmedabad. The institute is a new generation IIM, aims to create value-driven leaders, global managers and entrepreneurs with strong conceptual foundations and analytical approach and train them to become the best in their field of interest. Source: India Today.