The role of a B-school in bringing the industry to the classroom cannot be underestimated. Does Jyoti Saurabh of Class 2017 think Jaipuria, Indore did enough for her?

In All, Jaipuria Indore, Placement Update by admin

1Jyoti Saurabh, moved to the cultural capital at the heart of India from home town Patna to boost her qualifications for a rewarding management career. Reputation of Jaipuria, Indore made itself heard through educational websites and friends. Over the course of two years, initiatives like Mentee group assignments and presentations prepared her for the road ahead. And her professional journey has begun with a placement as Senior Sales Officer at TATA Capital.

Here Jyoti looks back on her stint at Jaipuria, Indore and how she was molded from an aspiring student into a professional raring to go.

Unique approach to learning

Jyoti admits that she picked Indore campus of the institute because of the high ROI. She was also impressed by “uncampus” like approach at the institute. “My batch mates and faculty team became my family and I instantly felt at home. I am indebted to the mentorship program because it instilled professional attitude in me. My journey had its ups and downs but it was rich in terms of learning, knowledge and industry interface. It gave me the platform to explore myself and my areas of interest,” she says.

Practical training and SIP

According to Jyoti, one of the hallmarks of studying at Jaipuria, Indore is the emphasis on practical exposure, which is a window to the corporate world for students. She also mentions how her SIP helped her with the placement. “I did my SIP with ITC ltd. and my project was research based. I had to meet more than 100 wholesalers and retailers to find out the market acceptance of ITC Confectionery products. The placement interview revolved around my SIP experience and my confident answers proved that I am ready for the industry,” she declares.


Focused placement training

Jyoti believes that her knowledge of management concepts, industrial insights, and attributes like confidence and patience helped her ace the placement interview. But it would not have been possible without the focused pre-placement training at the institute. “The group discussion and mock interview sessions prepared us for what was to come. The placement cell helped us with aptitude classes. There were motivational sessions that inspired us to give our best,” she explains.


What lies ahead?

Jyoti will be working as a Senior Sales Officer with TATA Capital and her key responsibilities will be to understand product nuances and achieve operational excellence in sourcing clients in the product line, meet client expectations and achieving targets. “I will bring my learning from the institute to my professional life and keep up with the challenges. My B School has given me the perfect launch pad and I intend to make the most out of the opportunities that will come my way in the future,” she ends on a positive note.