IIM Bangalore Placements 2019 – PGP 2017-19 Final Placement Details

IIM Bangalore Placements 2019

Indian Institue of Management Bangalore was ranked number one as per the National Institute of Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2019. IIM Banglore recently completed its PGP 2019 placements with flying colors. The final placements take place in two ways –

  1. Entry level full-time positions
  2. Experienced/ lateral positions for students with work experience

 

Maximum placements take place from December till February. IIM Bangalore’s curriculum, advanced teaching methods and introduction to industry best practices make the students stand out at every level and thus make them a recruiter’s favorite. Also, it offers a state-of-the-art designed campus to conduct the recruitments. Here are the highlights of the PGP 2017-19 placements.

 

  1. IIM Bangalore Batch Strength: 409

 

  1. Overall Batch Statistics: The entire PGP 2017-19 batch had a mix of experienced and fresher students with 72 percent male and 28 percent female students. There was diversity in the academic background as well. Around 50 percent of the batch was between 23 to 25 years of age. A good 38.5 percent of students were above 26 years and had two plus years of work experience. A total of 488 offers were made including 15 overseas offers.

 

  1. Overall Salary Statistics (Domestic): The summary of the domestic compensation made to the PGP 2017-19 batch students were:

Median Domestic Salary

INR 23 LPA

Average Domestic Salary

INR 24.54 LPA

 

  1. Overall Salary Statistics (International): The summary of the international compensation made to the PGP 2017-19 batch students were:

Median Domestic Salary

INR 62 LPA

Average Domestic Salary

INR 62.30 LPA

 

  1. Placement Offers: The pre-placement offers and lateral offers distribution was as follows:

Placement Offers

Total Offers Made

Offers Accepted

Pre-Placement Offers

170

125

Lateral Placement Offers

142

110

 

  1. Sector-wise Breakup: The sector-wise highest and average package offered to students of the PGP 2017-19 batch were as follows:

Sector

Breakup (%)

Management Consulting

35

General Management

13

Information Technology

12

Corporate Finance & Commercial Banking

12

Sales & Marketing

10

e-Commerce

6

Business Analytics

5

Technology Consulting

4

Operations

3

 

  1. Total Recruiters: The total recruiters that visited the campus were around 129.

 

  1. Companies Visited (Final Offers Made): Accenture Strategy (30), A. T. Kearney (14), Bain & Company (14), The Boston Consulting Group (14), Amazon (12), Deloitte USI (11), EXL (9), Strategy& (9), EY-Parthenon (8), ICICI Bank (8), AB InBev (7), Deloitte India (7), McKinsey & Company (7), Microsoft (7), Myntra (7), Oyo Rooms (7),  PwC Technology (7), Samsung (7), Aditya Birla Group (6), Tata Administrative Services (6).

 

  1. Education Background: The students were from diverse education backgrounds like engineering, arts, commerce and hailed from reputed colleges in India. The distribution of students was as follows:

Engineering

Commerce

Science

Others

88%

6%

3%

3%

 

  1. Work Experience: The maximum number of students in the PGP 2017-19 batch had previous work experience in sectors like Consulting & Analytics, Engineering & Manufacturing, Finance, IT, Retail & E-commerce. They had worked with organizations such as Brahmos Aerospace, KPMG, Oracle, Samsung, PepsiCo, IBM, Reliance Industries to name a few. The distribution was as follows:

No Experience

0 to 11 Months

12 to 21 Months

22 to 34 Months

35+ Months

19.75%

6.75%

7.25%

37.25%

29%

 

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