IIM Udaipur has successfully completed 100% Placement for the One-Year MBA in Global Supply Chain Management for the Batch of 2020-21. The batch received an average CTC of 19.27 lakhs per annum with the highest package being 34.98 LPA.
The institute’s 8th GSCM batch has received offers from 9 firms, with 5 recruiters partnering with the institute for the first time. The companies included Accenture Strategy, BNY Mellon, Bristlecone, Cognizant, Delhivery, DP World, Jain Irrigations Systems Ltd., ThoughtWorks, and Walmart Labs. In sector-wise break-up, around 37% of the offers were made by Consulting firms followed by 26% offers by Logistics, 26% from Tech and remaining 11% offers from BFSI and Manufacturing.
IIM Udaipur students bagged some of the most sought-after consulting roles in Supply Chain, Operations, Sourcing & Procurement and Project Management at Accenture Strategy, Bristlecone and ThoughtWorks. Other prominent profiles offered to the students spanned across the domains such as Product Management, Operations Excellence, Supply Chain and Business Development.
Prof. Janat Shah, Director, IIM Udaipur, said, "Despite the challenges the global pandemic imposed on all sections of business, it is very assuring to see the batch achieve 100% placements. It is indeed a reaffirment of the intrinsic value the program delivers to the students. It is remarkably so at a time when India is taking ceterstage as a Global Manufacturing Hub, wherein a course like the 1 year MBA in GSCM would be able to provide industry a source of managerial talent it needs to infuse.”
IIM Udaipur has continued its growth despite the challenging covid times by attracting new and renowned names from the industry. The top 10 percentile of the batch secured an average CTC of ₹34,97,647; the top 20 percentile secured an average of ₹30,83,907; and the top 50 percentile received an average CTC of ₹23,33,363.
R Chandrasekhar, Head, Centre of Supply Chain Management, IIM Udaipur, said, "With a focus on building leadership capabilities, the full-time One-Year MBA in Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) offers the opportunity to students to learn from the very eminent faculty and reputed practitioners of the supply chain management domain. I am also really thankful to the members of the GSCM Advisory Board for their unstinting support and strategic guidance. As the global business scenario recovers from the pandemic, there is a great opportunity for business managers to manage the complex supply chains essential for the growth of India and the global economy."
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