JBIMS Summer Placements 2017-19: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai has concluded the Summer Placement season for its 53rd batch of MMS for the academic year 2017-19. The institute observed the presence of both traditional and new recruiters during the placement season. In comparison to the previous year, there was an increase of 29 per cent in the highest stipend this year. 42 percent of the batch was recruited by the companies of Consulting and BFSI sector. As many as 63 companies participated in the recruitment drive at JBIMS, Mumbai. Some of the popular names were Indiabulls, DBS Bank, DBS Bank, Barclays, SBI Card, Citibank, Avendus, Avista Advisory, Centrum, CRISIL, Fidelity Management Research, Goldman Sachs, HDFC Bank, HSBC, ICICI Bank, J.P. Morgan, McKinsey & Co., MetLife, RBL Bank, SBI Capital Markets, Spandana Sphoorty Financial Ltd., Standard Chartered and YES Bank among others.
Highlights of JBIMS Summer Placements 2017-19
Rs. 4.50 Lakh
Rs. 1.61 Lakh
Stipend of Top 10 percent
Rs. 2.90 Lakh
Stipend of Top 30 percent (Average)
Rs. 2.40 Lakh
Number of Participating companies
Highest Recruiting Sector
BFSI and Consulting (42 percent)
Consulting and BFSI offered roles in different verticals such as Management Consulting, Investment Banking, Corporate Banking, Commercial Banking, Equity Research, Securities, Transaction Banking and Retail Banking.
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JBIMS Summer Placements 2017-19: Sector-wise companies
FMCG and Pharmaceutical companies - Abbott, Amway, AstraZeneca, Cipla, GSK Pharma, HUL, Medtronic, NIVEA and P&G offered attractive roles in Sales & Marketing, Corporate Finance and Product Management.
Manufacturing and Conglomerate sectors - AkzoNobel, Bajaj Electricals, Hero MotoCorp, JSW, L&T, Mattel India, Piramal Enterprises, Raymond, RIL, TATA Motors, TATA Steel and Titan. Roles in Finance, Sales & Marketing and Strategy were offered.
Technology sector - ACT Fibernet, Capgemini, Microland and Wipro among others. Roles in General Management, Finance, Strategy and Supply Chain & Logistics were offered.
Dr. Chandrahauns Chavan, Director at JBIMS said, “It is a source of immense pride for us to see the current batch rise to the challenges set for them and uphold the commitment to excellence that JBIMS has come to represent over its rich history. I would be remiss not to mention the tireless efforts of our faculty, alumni and various industry partners in guiding our students for the challenges they will face in the corporate world.”
Akash Rakani, a Placement Committee member, said, “The participation of our legacy recruiters along with a number of prestigious first-time recruiters, has helped us achieve stellar placements for the Batch of 2019. The diversity and the potential put on display by the batch have once again established the reputation of JBIMS as one of the most coveted business schools in the country. The exceptional summer placement results have set the stage for a successful Final Placement season in 2018.”
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Yes, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai accept CMAT score for admission.Along with CMAT other exams aucy as CAT, XAT, XLRI, ATMA etc are accepted. You must fulfill the Eligibility criteria to be eligible to apply in this college and the eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree in any discipline with atleast 50% aggregate from a recognised board or university.
Hey Aspirant, JBIMS(
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies
) accepts CMAT Score for admisison.The CMAT(Common Management Admission Test) percentile cutoff score is 99.99 percent and the fee is 6 Lakh. NTA(National Testing Agency) will conduct CMAT in the last week of January 2020. The results will be announced in February 2020 and after announcement of results, cutoff for various colleges will be available and you can select the colleges on that basis.
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The JBIMS (Jamanlal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai) established in the year 1965 the ownership of the college is public/ government. This institute is also known as 'CEO factory' thanks to its long list of alumni.
JBIMS is one of the top business school in Asia which have the good and rich networks of corporate leaders and holds a rich alumni base. while learning in such college the lifestyle follows the 4 phases
1. The culture of stimulating ideas and promoting individuality :- when you become the part of JBIMS then you are the student who is recognize on the basis of his Ideas and Individuality.
2. Beyond you comfort zone :- In JBIMS you learn to match-up with the environment out of your comfort zone which makes you more confident.
3. Two way communication road :- In JBIMS the Two communication tradition is followed means the professor guide you in every point of your curriculum and you can also speak to your professor very freely about any problems related to the curriculum and studies.
4. Finally you will be recognized in the world as the JBIMS student.
This is The lifestyle in JBIMS according to the article released in the jagran josh.
According to the students review the Lifestyle at JBIMS is overall good the infrastructure of the college is good and the placements are also good.
There are several facilities which provides a good lifestyle such as
1. Boys hostel
2. Girls hostel
7. IT infrastructure
for more information about college and reviews by the students about JBIMS you can check out the following link
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