The PGPM programme for the year 2016, with a batch size of 150 participants, offered a diverse pool of top-notch experienced talent to our recruiters. The placement season, as it unveiled in September 2016, witnessed a surge in new recruiters which spanned across sectors, such as Consulting, IT, Manufacturing, E-Commerce and others, primarily due to the diversity of experience and functional expertise of the participants.
Reputed start-ups too, opened a gamut of profiles to leverage the talent pool at the PGPM programme. A total of 60 organisations made 131 offers in varied sectors like Consulting, BFSI, Manufacturing, Telecom and Information Technology to name a few – Amazon, Microsoft, SAP, J&J, Syntel, Mphasis, PWC, KPMG, E&Y, Deloitte, Accenture,Genpact,Fidelity Investments, Shell, SAP, Sales force, Sapient, Fresh desk, Cipla, etc.
The year 2016 witnessed a significant increase of 29% in the number of companies that rolled out offers in the final placement process. The Class of 2016 raised the bar on placement growth metrics in a challenging year. The average CTC saw a 10% increase over the previous year with the highest domestic CTC offered increasing by a remarkable INR 35.4 LPA. The average salary of the batch is INR 17.20 LPA. (However the IPRS Report audited by Crisil has reported an average salary of INR 16.47 LPA which is excluding the performance based payments for consulting segment and employee stock options for IT segment).
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