SP Jain School of Global Management Placement Report 2018: Average Starting Salary increased by 14 percent

SP Jain School of Global Management Placement ReportSP Jain School of Global Management Placement Report 2018 - SP Jain School of Global Management has conducted its final placements for its flagship Global MBA program with a 14 percent increase in the average starting salary. After the increase, the average starting salary for the class of 2018 stood at Rs. 25 lakhs as compared to Rs. 22 lakhs for the previous year’s batch. The highest package offered was Rs. 41 lakhs. Some of the major recruiters in the list were Google, Deloitte, KPMG, Cummins, etc.


Highlights of SP Jain School of Global Management Placement Report 2018

Average Starting Salary

Rs. 25 Lakhs

Highest Salary

Rs. 41 lakhs

Top Recruiters

Google, Deloitte, Caterpillar, Cedar, Cummins, Danzas ME, Everstone Capital, IMV, ITC Infotech, Johnson & Johnson, KPMG, Protiviti Consulting, Quantum Inventions, Standard & Poor’s and Westcon

Dr. Balakrishna Grandhi, Dean of the School’s Postgraduate Programs said, “We focus on creating relevant talent for modern companies. Creativity is a much sort after skill and hence we have classes including Design Thinking and do a whole host of computer simulations. This helps our students land top jobs. And you may notice that over 50% of our students get jobs outside India which helps in them getting higher salaries.”


Consulting and IT domain fetched the maximum number of offers. 34 percent of the total students were placed in the consulting sector followed by IT sector which fetched 24 percent offers. FMCG, Manufacturing, Logistics, Education, etc. were the other domains which contributed to the placements.


SP Jain School of Global Management Placement Report 2018: Industry-wise offers


Percentage of offers


34 percent

Information Technology

25 percent

Financial Services

7 percent


5 percent


5 percent

Oil & Gas

5 percent


5 percent

Construction Material

4 percent


2 percent


2 percent

Food & Beverage

2 percent


2 percent

Commercial Services & Supplies

2 percent

The students were placed in different countries including Singapore, UAE, Germany and Australia. The maximum number of students were placed in India.


SP Jain School of Global Management placement report: Country-wise


Percentage of the students placed


43 percent


41 percent


12 percent


2 percent


2 percent

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