Final Placements – IIM Bangalore – Class of 2016

IIM Bangalore remains as usual one of India’s top 3-4 campuses when it comes to career options.

79 students were placed in India’s top 6 Consulting firms – Consulting firms were the big recruiting firms with Bain & Company leading the way.

FMCG has a very impressive presence too given that in the recent years many FMCG firms just haven’t got access to enough talent in many of India’s premier campuses.

Highlights of the final placements (as sent to us by IIM Bangalore Placement Cell)

-Largest ever batch sitting for Placements (409 applicants)

-Final Summer Placements wrapped in record time of less than 2.5 days (better than previous years)

130 Participating firms

-More than 95% of the applicants placed within 2 days

-Consulting and BFSI sectors largest recruiters (more than 45% offers)

-Bain & Company (17 offers), Accenture Strategy (16), Deloitte (14), The Boston Consulting Group (13), A T Kearney (11) and McKinsey & Co (8) were the top recruiters this year.

-Expected International Placements: 18

-Highest recruiter: Bain & Company (17 offers)

-More than 25% first time recruiters

 

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Comments

7 comments

Devendra Mehendale

Top 3-4?

Look at the Front end roles and the consulting profiles. IIM A will have tough time matching those consulting profiles and IIM C although considered as very strong in finance gets very few good quality frond end roles comparitively

mudsri

The comment ”Top 3-4” is too vague, specially when IIMs A,B,C have proved their prowess time and again. There is a huge gap between the top 3 and the next three (IIML, XL, FMS) which is evident from the companies (particularly profiles) visiting the campuses. SP Jain is closely competing the the “next three”.

mudsri

The comment ”Top 3-4” is too vague, specially when IIMs A,B,C have proved their prowess time and again. There is a huge gap between the top 3 and the next three (IIML, XL, FMS) which is evident from the companies (particularly profiles) visiting the campuses. SP Jain is closely competing with the “next three”.