JBIMS Mumbai Summer Placement Report 2018-20: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) Mumbai has completed the summer placement process for the batch of 2020 where as many as 52 companies participated in the process. The average stipend offered to the students was Rs. 1.89 lakh and the highest stipend was Rs. 5.50 lakh for two months. The top 10 per cent of the batch received the stipend of Rs. 3.24 lakhs, while the top 30 per cent was offered Rs. 2.80 lakhs on an average. Let us take a look at the sector wise JBIMS Mumbai Summer Placement Report 2018-20.
JBIMS Mumbai mentions, “Consulting domain saw a rise in the number of companies for the process as well as the number of students recruited. 16 per cent of the batch was hired by the consulting sector companies.” Recruiters for this domain included Accenture Strategy, Deloitte USI and McKinsey & Co.
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This was the highest recruiting domain hiring 30 per cent of the batch for roles such as
Investment Banking, Corporate Banking, Commercial Banking, Equity Research, Securities, Retail Banking etc. Top recruiters in this sector were Aditya Birla Capital Limited, Axis Bank, Bajaj Finserv, Barclays, Citibank, Development Bank of Singapore, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, ICICI Bank, J.P. Morgan, Nomura, Piramal Finance, and Yes Bank among others.
Top technology sector firms such ACT Fibernet, Capgemini, Mahindra Comviva, Pepperfry.com, TCS and Wipro hired for roles like General Management, Strategy, Finance and Operations.
FMCG and Pharmaceutical
FMCG and Pharmaceutical companies such as Abbott, Castrol, GSK Pharma, Hindustan Unilever Limited, Pernod Ricard and Raymond offered roles in Sales & Marketing, Corporate Finance and Product Management.
Manufacturing and Conglomerates
These sectors saw participation from companies like JSW, Reliance Industries, Saint Gobain, TAS, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Titan, Ultratech and Welspun.
Dr. Kavita Laghate, Director, JBIMS Mumbai said, “Our legacy recruiters and first-time recruiters have helped us achieve stellar results this placement season and we are proud to have built such strong ties with these prestigious organisations. The diversity of our talent pool and evolving academic curriculum continue to uphold the faith placed in us by eminent organisations across domains.”
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But it is not something to be worried if you want to get into the colleges you have mentioned in your query. If you have written Entrance exams like CAT, MAT or CMAT then you are well aware that there are cut offs based on which you will have to undergo selection process.
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Unfortunately, Nitie Mumbai seeks 60% or above as an eligibility criteria for Bachelor's degree and if we look for TISS Mumbai, it offers MA program and specializes in MA in Human Resource Management which is equivalent to MBA in HR. Speaking of fee structure, TISS Mumbai is comparatively low than JBIMS and FMS.
Now based on criteria like fees, infrastructure, curriculum, etc. It depends as to what you want to choose. If you are looking for college with low fee structure you can opt for TISS or FMS. But if you are looking for the best hands on experience in a practical environment you can opt for JBIMS.
You can apply for all India seats in JBIMS through CMAT.The admission process is done by DTE Through Centralized Admission Process (CAP)
The admission process based on CMAT score will take place in February/March 2020
If you have CMAT score with 90 percentile you can easily apply for JB through the website.
Some of the colleges accepting ATMA 2020 score are:
Department of Management Sciences, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune
Here is a link that provides more information about colleges that accept ATMA May 2020 score:
JBIMS does accept ATMA scores 2020.
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No, you cannot get direct admission in Jamlal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai.You must appear in entrance exam and qualify in it to get admission in this college.It accepts CAT or MAH CET score along with MAT/XAT/ATMA/XLRI/GMAT/CMAT score for admission through All India seats subjected to eligibility criteria.
The eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree in any dicipline with atleast 50% aggregate from a regocnized board or university.
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The eligibility criteria for 'maharashtrian domicile' is:
Candidate who is either Domicile of Maharashtra
and/or is born in Maharashtra. Such candidates must have passed SSC or Diploma in Engineering or HSC or Bachelor of Science Exam from a recognized institution in Maharashtra.
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