IIM Bangalore Final Placement Report 2019 - IIM Bangalore has completed the final placement for the batch of 2017-19, participated by 411 students who received 488 offers. Consulting sector made the highest number of offers, which is 160. Accenture made the highest number of offers at IIM Bangalore with 31 offers. Prof. Ganesh N Prabhu, Chair, Career Development Services, IIM Bangalore, said: “Sought-after recruiters participated in the final placements with better offers than in the earlier years.”
Let us take a look at the sector-wise placement trends at the IIM Bangalore final placement 2019.
This sector led the placement season with a total of 160 offers. Followed by Accenture, the second highest offer was made by Deloitte (25). Other companies which participated in the process included AT Kearney (14), The Boston Consulting Group (14), Bain & Company (14), Strategy& (11), EY-Parthenon (8), McKinsey & Co (7), Nomura Research Institute (5), KPMG (5), Alvarez & Marsal (4), Auctus Advisors (4), Ernst & Young (3), Zinnov (3), GEP Consulting (2), Roland Berger (2), IBM Consulting (2), Oliver Wyman (2), Vector Consulting (2), Analysis Mason (2) and Infosys Management Consulting (1).
College Comparison based on Courses, Placement, Rank, Fee
In the Technology Consulting domain, there were 20 offers and PricewaterhouseCoopers made the highest number of offers, i.e. 12. Larsen & Toubro Consulting and Thoucentric made four and two offers respectively. Accenture Technology and Cognizant Consulting made one offer each.
Finance was the second highest recruiting sector with 54 offers. Goldman Sachs made the maximum of seven offers followed by JP Morgan (four). Deutsche Bank, Citibank and HSBC made two offers each. Barclays and Standard Chartered extended one offer each. Other Investment firms included Avendus, which made three offers and Matrix Partners, Axis Capital, Allegro Capital, Arpwood Capita, Tata Asset Management and True North made one offer each. Among banks and financial firms, ICICI Bank made the maximum of eight offers, and others included Société Générale (five), Royal Bank of Scotland (five), ANZ (three), Bajaj Finserve (one), and PWC Deals (one). Corporate Finance roles were offered by Reliance Treasury (two) and EMAAR (one).
The e-Commerce and online space saw 52 offers with Amazon leading with 16 offers followed by Oyo Rooms (10), Flipkart (eight), Myntra (seven), Paytm (four), Ola Cabs (three), Grab Singapore (two) along with Clirnet and Perpule making one offer each.
Sales & Marketing
The Sales & Marketing domain made a total of 47 offers, of which the highest offer was made by consumer good firm Anheuser-Busch Inbev, which was nine. Other recruiters included Samsung Electronics (eight), Procter & Gamble (four), Nestle (three), Asian Paints (three), Lenovo (three), Wipro Consumer Care (three), Bajaj Auto (two), ONGC (two), Mondelez (one), Dr Reddys (one), Indian Oil Corporation (one), Colgate Palmolive (one), Vodafone (one), Coca Cola (one), Sigtuple (one), Maruti (one), St Gobain (one) and Jubilant Foodworks (one).
Prominent Information Technology and IT product management companies made a total of 41 offers. The participating companies included Microsoft (seven), Reliance Jio (five), Value Lab (four), Krazybee (four), Sprinklr (three), Byjus (three), AT Kearney Digital (three), Tech Mahindra (two), Servify (two), Moonfrog (two), Edfora (two), Hindustan Unilever (one), Dunzo (one), ACT Fibernet (one) and Infoedge (one).
As many as 40 leadership and General Management roles were offered by Adani Group leading with seven offers followed by Tata Administrative Services (six), Aditya Birla Group (six), Vedanta (five), RPG Group (four), CK Birla Group (three), Wipro Global (two), Jindal (two), Mahindra Group (two), Reliance (two) and Lodha Group (one). In addition, there were 23 offers in General Management roles by Genpact (six), Sterlite Power (four), Capgemini (four), Udaan (three), Renew Power (two), Tata Sky (two) and Microland (two).
As many as 32 offers were made in this domain by companies ike EXL Services (nine), WNS Global (five). American Express (four), Gartner (four), UnitedHealth Group (three), Visa (three), MasterCard (two), Addzebra (one) and CRISIL (one).
A total of 18 Operations roles were offered by Bharti Airtel (four), Uber (four), Cloudtail (three), Accenture Operations (two), Amway (one), Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages (one), Danaher (one), Lenskart (one) and Schneider Electric (one).
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