SPJIMR PGPM Placements 2023: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s S.P.Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) announced a significant milestone in their one-year Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM) for Executives with a 10% increase in the average CTC year-on-year for its participants, with the batch of 114 participants concluding in Jan 2023. The average CTC for the top 25% of the batch is Rs. 33.63 L, while the average CTC for the top 50% is Rs. 30.90 L, and the batch’s average CTC stands at Rs 25.89 Lakh per annumn. This year’s average hike over incoming salaries was an impressive 173.60%.
The placements process saw participation from 73 companies, which offered a wide range of roles in diverse fields, with Consulting roles contributing to 44 per cent, followed by Product Management roles at 18 per cent. The graduating PGPM participants secured placements in leading organisations like Accenture, Axis Bank, Blue Yonder, Bristlecone, Chep, Cognizant, DBS, Ernst & Young, Exide, Get Insured, Hitachi Vantara, HSBC, IBM, Infosys, Jio Platforms Limited, KPMG, KPIT, Light Storm, MAQ Software, Publicis Sapient, Quantiphi, Samsung, TheMathCompany, Thoucentric, Tiger Analytics, TVS Motors, Unity Bank, Vector Consulting, Wolters Kluwer, Zee Technology, among others.
SPJIMR Associate Dean – Full-time Programmes, Prof. Renuka Kamath, said, “At SPJIMR, we encourage our experienced students to leverage their rich experience into the classroom, apply theory and explore solutions innovatively.” Bhishm Chugani, Director – Career Services, SPJIMR, added, “Recruiters have reported consistently that candidates from SPJIMR show a resilient ability to adapt to different situations. They are able to hit the ground running in their roles in a short span of time.”
SPJIMR Placements: PGDM student receive the highest package of 77.8 Lakhs, class average at 33.02 Lakhs
SPJIMR has witnessed a big change this year, as applicants with three or more years of work experience can now apply to the full-time Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM), unlike earlier, where the minimum experience required was five years. Source: ANI