If placements and pay-packages are indicators of the health of an economy, then the campuses of Jaipuria Institute of Management have indicated an economic boom, instead of the anticipated slowdown. The Jaipuria Institute of Management have registered a quantum leap in placements. With a substantial increase of 11 percent from last year.
The placement – 2012 has been very positive till now and the same feeling is reverberated in the ‘Summer Placements’. Jaipuria has wrapped up its summer placements for all of its four campuses. Companies such as Dish TV, Dainik Jagaran, Accenture, TATA Cummins, Ranbaxy, NDTV, DLF, Sony, ITC, Ceat, Canara Bank, Punjab National Bank, TATA Steel, Grasim, PepsiCo, Omax Auto were among the recruiters who gave opportunity to the management students to hone up their skills.
The centralized Corporate Relations department and the campus placement cell, with meticulous planning and tremendous dedication, took the placement graph to an altogether different level, with companies from all sectors like Consultancy & Research, Manufacturing, Consumer Durables/FMCG, PSU & Private Banks, Financial Services, Retail, Services, etc having recruited graduates from its campuses .
The head of corporate relations department Mr. R.K.RishiRaj thanked the strong network of more than 250 national and multinational recruiters, and more than 3,000 alumni in various corporate houses, for making all this possible.
Almost all prominent banks including ICICI Bank, Allahabad Bank, Corporation Bank, UCO, Corporation Bank, IDBI Bank, Axis Bank, Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, HDFC Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Indian Bank, Central Bank of India have recruited in large numbers from Jaipuria. Other prestigious recruiters include Nomura, Deloitte, Beroe Consulting, Genpact, ITC, TVS Motors, Zee News, Berger Paints, Hindware, Polyplex, SBI Life, GATI and many more. Most of these companies have been regular recruiters at Jaipuria.
The average pay package across all Jaipuria Institutes this year is 4.7 lacs – a whopping 21% hike from the last year. The highest pay package internationally came from World Vision International at 12 lakh per annum, while the highest in the domestic market came from Central Bank of India at 8.84 lakhs per annum including perks.
“Jaipuria has been a life changing experience for me. These two years have taught me to expect the unexpected and to believe in myself. Jaipuria was not just about a great learning experience, but also about maintaining a plausible work-life balance. I can hardly wait to begin my corporate career!” gushed and excited Pallavi Singh, who has been placed with Deloitte.