SJMSoM IIT Bombay Summer Placement Report 2017 – 19: FMCG/FMCD Sector sees the highest number of recruitments
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SJMSoM IIT Bombay Summer Placement Report 2017–19: Shailesh J. Meheta School of Management IIT Bombay conducted its Summer Placement process for 2017 – 19 batch with highest number of offers from FMCG/FMCD sector. Over 40 companies participated in the summer placement drive offering roles over different sectors and domains. The FMCG/FMCD sector recruited 30 percent students followed by Manufacturing with 20 percent offers. The average stipend offered to students was Rs. 2,27,988. This article brings to you the detailed break up of each and every sector and the Percentage of jobs offered to students respectively.

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The following table brings to you the percentage of companies who attended the Summer Placement Drive.

SJMSoM IIT Bombay Summer Placement 2017- Sector wise recruitment trend

Company

Percentage

Consulting/IT

23

Manufacturing

16

BSFI

19

FMCG/FMCD

23

Pharma, E-comm & others

19

SJMSoM IIT Bombay Summer Placement 2017- Student Split

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Sector

Percentage of students

Consulting/IT

18

Manufacturing

20

BFSI

9

FMCG/FMCD

30

Pharma, e-comm & others

23

SJMSoM IIT Bombay Summer Placement 2017-Top Recruiters

Here is the Sector wise division of top recruiters of IIM Bombay 2018.

BSFI

The top names in the list of recruiters for the BFSI Sector included Goldman Sachs, ICICI Bank, Indus Valley Partners, Jardine Llyod Thompson, Yes Bank. The roles offered to students from this sector included Corporate Banking, Derivative and Quantitative Research, Fintec, Internal audit, Risk Management and Relationship Management.

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FMCG/FMCD

The top recruiters from this sector included Amway, Asian Paints, Britannia, Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly Clark, Marico, Mondele’z , Nestle, Pidilite and Procter & Gamble. The roles offered to the students included Operations, Supply Chain Management, Sales and Marketing and Systems. FMCD/FMCG turned out to be the highest recruiting sector with 30% of the roles offered from this sector to the students.

Consulting/IT

Popular names from this Consulting and IT sector included Accenture, Digital McKinsey, GEP, Hitachi Consulting, IBM, ICRA Management consulting, Ipsos Consulting, Product Management, Project Management, Sales & Business Development and Technology Consulting.

Manufacturing

AkzoNoble, Cummins, Solvay, TATA Motors, United Phosphorous Limited and Whirlpool. The profiles under which these companies recruited included Business Excellence, Finance, Global Strategic Sourcing, Sales & Marketing, Supply chain Management and systems.

Pharma & others

The Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Sector saw new companies such as ACG Group, Piramal Enterprises and Sun Pharma joining the usual recruiters which included Boehringer Ingelheim and Cochlear. Students were offered roles such as Analytics, finance, Marketing, Operations, Strategy, Supply chain Management and Systems.

Another addition to this years list of recruiters included Flipkart recruiting for the role of Supply Chain Management.

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Sunanda Dhar Student Expert 12th Sep, 2019

SJMSOM Eligibility

CA/ICWA, with a first-class Bachelor's Degree in any discipline having secured 60% marks (55% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category) in aggregate (including all years/semesters) or a minimum CPI of 6.5 (6 in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category) out of 10.

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do we have to fill a separate form for iit bombay

Vishwaksen Gouda Student Expert 6th Sep, 2019
Hello Aparna,
Yes ,one have to fill the application form to IIT Bombay .
We have to fill the form.there is a different application form fee for categories we can pay the amount through online and fill the application form
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76.82% in 10th,81.2% in 12th and 73.1% in engg pursuing,nc obc category I m, if i score 90+ percentile in cat,will i get call from SJMSOM?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 27th Aug, 2019
Dear Tushar, the minimum eligibilty criteria to apply for SJMSOM is that you should have a minimum aggregate of 60% in your Graduation if you belong to General Category. It is 55% for Reserved Categories and PWD. With 73.1% and still going steady  in your Graduation, you make it to meeting the eligibility criteria. And now to shortlist you, for their admission programme, they have sectional weightage for CAT. It is as follows:
                     Overall       VARC         DILR      QA
NC-OBC            81             72               72         72
Now your CAT percentage is also calculated along with other criteria before shortlisting you for WAT and PI rounds. In 2018, it went as:
CAT Performance: 80%
12th: 5%
Graduation: 5%
Gender Diversity: 3%
Post Graduate/Professionals: 2%
Work experience: 5%
3% is for female candidates and 2% is for M.Tech,ME, MS, M.Arch, etc.
Your CAT score is calculated using the formula:
CAT score = (Candidates CAT scaled score/300) *80
Merit list preparation:
37.5% weightage will be given to your overall scaled score and that is calculated as:
CAT score = (Candidates CAT scaled score/300) *37.5
WAT carries 10% weightage and PI carried 37.5% weightage.
Your profile carries 15% and the breakdown is as follows:
Graduation: 5%
Work experience: 5%
Extra curricular activities: 5%
Your 12th marks are asseessed as follows:
Marks obtained (in %)              Formula used
<=65                                                       0
>65                                                  (x-65) *5/35
Your Graduation marks are assessed as follows:
Marks obtained (in %)          Formula used
<=65                                                  0                  
>65 and <=85                              (x-65) *5/20
>85                                                      5
In short, if you can manage 95%, you can get a seat here 


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92.6% in 10th, 84% in 12th and 60% in graduation

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 25th Aug, 2019
Dear Devesh, the minimum eligibilty criteria to apply for SJMSOM is that you should have a minimum aggregate of 60% in your Graduation if you belong to General Category. It is 55% for Reserved Categories and PWD. With 60% in your Graduation, you make it to meeting the eligibility criteria. And now to shortlist you, for their admission programme, thy have sectional weightage for CAT. It is as follows:


                                         Overall         VARC      DILR     QA

General Category:             90               80            80        80
NC-OBC                               81               72            72        72
SC                                         60               53.33     53.33   53.33
ST:                                        60               53.33     53.33   53.33
PWD                                     60              53.33     53.33    53.33

Now your CAT percentage is also calculated along with other criteria before shortlisting you for WAT and PI rounds. In 2018, it went as:

CAT Performance: 80%  
12th: 5%
Graduation: 5%
Gender Diversity: 3%
Post Graduate/Professionals: 2%
Work experience: 5%

3% is for female candidates and 2% is for M.Tech,ME, MS, M.Arch, etc.

Your CAT score is calculated using the formula:

CAT score = (Candidates CAT scaled score/300) *80

Merit list preparation:

  • 37.5% weightage will be given to your overall scaled score and that is calculated as:
CAT score = (Candidates CAT scaled score/300) *37.5

  • WAT carries 10% weightage and PI carried 37.5% weightage.
  • Your profile carries 15% and the breakdown is as follows:

Graduation: 5%
Work experience: 5%
Extra curricular activities: 5%

For complete information amd how are your 12th and Graduation marks assessed, please visit their official page at:
http://www.som.iitb.ac.in/?p=1536


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10th 80% 12th 64% Engg 6.5 CGPA & I am in Final year now.What are my chances to get a call from SJMSOM and at what pecentile in CAT?

Snigdha Sharan Student Expert 5th Jul, 2019

Hi Saurabh,

You have decent chances of getting a call from Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay. However, try to improve your final year CGPA as minimum eligibility criteria to get a call is 60% or 6.5 CGPA minimum. Moreover, your CAT percentile needs to be at least 98 percentile and above to expect a call from SJMSOM. Though they give 80% weightage to CAT percentile in selection process, they also give 5% weightage to class 12th percentage and 5% to graduation score. Remaining is for diversity and work experience which you don't have currently. So, try improving your graduation CGPA and get a really good CAT percentile to expect a call from SJMSOM.

Good Luck.

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