Adhering to the motto, "It is the knowledge that liberates," the Indian Institute of Management Jammu strives to provide its students an environment filled with academic rigor and training so that they emerge as great leaders, prepared to tackle the challenges of the world effectively. Established in 2016, IIM Jammu has shown tremendous growth in terms of corporate relations, tie-ups for the student exchange program, top-notch academic rigor, and of course, the placements. The institute has its incubation center at Srinagar, which is a clear indication of the institute being aware of the need to provide apt attention and resources to young entrepreneurs of the institute.
Various clubs and committees at IIM Jammu provide excellent learning exposure for its students. Innovative ideas execution to organize events during the online classes by the Cultural committee has been commendable. Recently, one of its kind, the Anandam club, was inaugurated by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Maharaj, Lt. Governor Shri Manoj Sinha, and Honourable Education Minister Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal at IIM Jammu, which is aimed at providing a soulful and peaceful self-reflection amidst the fast-paced MBA life.
Even during the ongoing pandemic, the institute successfully hosted experts from industries like Flipkart, Udaan, PepsiCo, Britannia, Diageo, Abbott, Mondelez, etc., under the guest lecture series 'Nav Samvaad.' The successful organization of Nakshatra, the Management Conclave, invited experts from various domains such as Finance, Marketing, Operations, and Human Resources to provide insights into the nuances of the Corporate World. The great success of the Leadership Summit, which hosted personalities like Hon'ble Minister for Textiles and Women and Child Development, Smriti Irani Ji, Nobel Laureate Professor Mohammad Yunus, and Biocon Chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, is commendable too.
The placements are the highlight of the institute. IIM Jammu has seen a significant increase in the number of recruiters. This year they hosted 121 companies for finals and 116 companies for summers. While on the one hand, brands like S&P Global, Vedanta, PayTM, Safexpress, DelMonte, Carnival Group, etc. recruited for the first time, paving the way for a long-lasting relationship; on the other hand, ICICI Bank, Deloitte, Tata Power, Noveltech, CEAT, HCL, etc. continued their visit at the institute.
The companies visiting the campus for final placements made 104 offers to the students; 15 students had multiple offers. The highest package stands at 32 LPA. The leading roles offered were in the marketing and sales domain, followed by consulting. The average CTC for the batch stands at 10.34 LPA. For summer placements, IIM Jammu saw some significant roles come it's way, from Growth Hacker Marketing, Brand Management to Equity Research and Product Management. BFSI and FMCG were the two sectors that emerged to offer the top internships to the students. The highest stipend offered was INR 3,00,000, while the average stands at INR 44829.
Seeing IIM Jammu's growth trajectory in terms of placements and exposure to its students through events like Management Conclave, Nav Samvaads, numerous sessions by clubs and committees, and sterling permanent and visiting faculties, one can say that the institute has excellent potential and will be showing growth in the years to come.