IIM-L attracted 454 offers from 143 recruiters including 47 new recruiters.
Sector-wise, consulting and finance each held a 23 per cent share of total number of offers made, though sales & marketing led the group with 24 per cent, followed by e-commerce (12 per cent), general management (11 per cent) and IT-ITeS (7 per cent). As per the institute, the offers included 20 per cent increase in pre-placement offers (PPOs) along with 30 per cent increase in higher entry placement process (HEPP) offers, apart from 220 offers from final placements.
Some of the recruiters were Aditya Birla Group, Amazon, Accenture, Citi, Deloitte, Everest Group, Flipkart, Hinduja, KPMG, PwC, Paytm, Tredence Analytics, Yes Bank.
Consulting and BFSI recruiters included the likes of Alvarez & Marsal, Deutsche Bank, Societe Generale, Citi Markets, Kotak, McKinsey & Company, Fidelity, MasterCard Advisors and The Boston Consulting Group, American Express, Altisource, Avendus Capital, CRISIL, DBS, HSBC, ICICI Bank, Capgemini, Arete Advisors, EY, Airtel, Hinduja, and Lodha Group, among others.
In FMCG, telecom, digital media few of the leading firms such as ABInBev, Dr.Reddy’s, GSK, Hindustan Unilever, ITC, Nestle, Procter & Gamble, Reckitt Benckiser, Samsung and Star TV participated in the placements.
The IT/e-Commerce/Technology sectors, included Amazon, Flipkart, Cloudtail, OYO, Paytm, Uber and Wipro, among others.
Profiles offered to students by these sectors included IT/Systems management, category management, sales enablement, business development, supply chain management, product marketing, strategic alliances, program manager and analytics.