As many as 48 national and international companies in the areas of Consulting, Banking and Finance, Manufacturing, FMCG, Health Care, Marketing Research and Analytics offered jobs to the graduating students of TAPMI this year. Enhance Oman, a leading FMCG in the Middle East offered the highest pay package of Rs.15.5 lakhs. Some of the leading consulting companies that recruited TAPMI students were Deloitte, IMACS, Cognizant, PWC, and KPMG. Similarly IT/ITES companies included Infosys, Cognizant, IBM, Wipro, Mahindra Satyam, HCL, Deloitte, INautix, ICREATE, and Infosys BPO. Some of the companies from the banking and financial sector included Citicorp, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, HDFC Life, Bajaj Auto Finance, CRISIL, ANZ Bank, DE Shaw, and SBI Life. Premier companies like Amul, ACG worldwide, Godrej and Boyce, Titan Industries, Tupper Ware, L & T, Murugappa group and Flipkart offered roles across all functions. Students have also been placed in Marketing Research and Analytics companies like IMRB and Mu-Sigma. Notable companies in healthcare included Cognizant, Manipal Education and Management Group and Medall (Clumax).
Eighty nine companies have offered summer projects (Management Internship Projects) as against fifty four last year. Several new companies such as 3M India, BASF, Biocon Ltd., Café Coffee Day, Dr. Reddy’s Labs, Flipkart, Globelink Dubai, Emami, Ernst & Young and MP Tourism came forward to train our Students. A new feature of this year’s summer projects is the interest shown by the Karnataka Police to collaborate with TAPMI on projects for improvement and modernization of their operational, finance and human resource processes. The projects will also address how to bring about greater understanding between the citizens and the police in matters related to law and order and how to make the police more effective in using technology. Our Students have shown keenness to engage in this innovative project.
“Despite an uncertain economy, more of our students are selected by enterprises to solve problems, address unmet needs and positively impact society. It is a sign of hopefulness and opportunity for students of MBA from good schools,” said Dr. R.C. Natarajan, the Director of TAPMI.
With its international accreditation by AACSB and national recognition of “A***” by CRISIL, the 28 years of TAPMI legacy stands on high quality and trust for its management education.