Final Placements – SIBM Bengaluru – Class Of 2016

 

SIBM Bengaluru completes Placement Season on a high, with Average Domestic CTC of 9.22 LPA

 

Bengaluru: Symbiosis Institute of Business Management – Bengaluru ended its Placement Season on a high for the batch of 2014 – 2016. The number of pre-placement offers (PPOs) increased manifold spreading a wave of happiness among the students.  The PPOs by market leaders such as Dell, Genpact, Fidelity Investments, Cummins, D.E. Shaw, and Wildcraft among others were bagged by the students on their own calibre and stellar performance during their summer internships.

Dr. Rajesh Panda, Director of Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) Bengaluru, quoted, “As we move towards the closure of another academic year, we are delighted to report a highly successful placements season. The lasting effects of this institute’s past accomplishments stand as testaments to our growing success. The industry has shown their approval and appreciation for the MBA programme at SIBM Bengaluru which is specially designed to groom budding business professionals into true management leaders by imparting quality education, training them to challenge the conventional and think innovatively.”

In addition to traditional business houses, this year SIBM Bengaluru forged new corporate relations with industry leaders like Toyota, ITC, Citibank, NetApp and so on through our various engagement modules such as – guest sessions, live projects, etc. Overall, there were 45 first time engagements while all the students who opted for placements were happy to have a job at the end of the season.

JP Morgan, Capgemini, HDFC Life, Tata Motors, Crisil, Deloitte, Accenture, Morgan Stanley, Honeywell are some of the marquee companies that have already hired from the batch in this season.  The highest domestic CTC increased by 8.06% while the average domestic CTC increased by 8.34% raising it to 9.22 LPA this year.

Final Placements for the year highlight positive trends both in terms of compensation as well as quality of profiles offered. The varied roles offered include the following – Business Analytics, Supply Chain Management, Social Media Marketing, B2B & B2C Marketing, Talent Acquisition, Procurement, Market Research, Investment Banking, HR consultant, Equity Research, Credit Risk Analysis, Logistics, Consulting, Corporate HR and the like.

For more details please check the placement report on SIBM Bengaluru Website: Placement Report 2016

Batch Profile (Batch 2014-16): 1     2     3 Snapshot – Final Placements (2015 -16): 4             *Figures as per 29th February 2016 for On-Campus Placements  

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About SIBM Bengaluru: Ever since its inception in 1978, SYMBIOSIS has been synonymous with progress. The trend of progress has been continued by setting up of SIU’s first campus outside Maharashtra at Bengaluru in 2008. SIBM Bengaluru is now one of the leading B-Schools of the country. The focus, now, is on matching global standards of management education. SIBM-B instills a work culture which is unparalleled among various institutions. SIBM-B provides a holistic approach to management which goes a long way in creating a dynamic identity. Vibrant student associations and committees complement the program with a number of activities involving institute-industry interaction.   Read everything about SIBM Bengaluru here.

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SIBM Bengaluru

Ever since its inception in 1978, SYMBIOSIS has been synonymous with progress. The trend of progress has been continued by setting up of SIU’s first campus outside Maharashtra at Bengaluru in 2008. SIBM Bengaluru is now one of the leading B-Schools of the country. The focus, now, is on matching global standards of management education. SIBMB instills a work culture which is unparalleled among various institutions. It provides a holistic approach to management which goes a long way in creating a dynamic identity. Vibrant student associations and committees complement the program with a number of activities involving institute-industry interaction.

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