IIM-L scores 100% placement
- This is the first time the institute has secured 100 per cent placement for a batch this big in its 38-year history.
- The highest package offered during the drive was ₹ 3.5 lakh per month.
- The average and median stipends offered to students were ₹ 1.41 lakh per month and ₹ 1.5 lakh per month.
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The drive -- held for the 38th batch of
This is the first time the institute has secured 100 per cent placement for a batch this big in its 38-year history.
According to a press release issued by IIM-L, the highest package offered during the drive was ₹ 3.5 lakh per month.
The average and median stipends offered to students were ₹1.41 lakh per month and ₹ 1.5 lakh per month, respectively.
This is also the highest-ever in IIM-L's history, added the communique.
Students secured offers in varied fields -- including consulting, finance, general management, IT & analytics, sales and marketing, operations and retail e-commerce -- from top recruiters across the globe.
During the drive, several major companies came to hire IIM-L students for the first time.
These included -- Alkem Laboratories, Berger Paints, Bharat Serums & Vaccines, Big Basket, Castrol, CK Birla, DSP Investment Managers, GEF Capital Partners,
Meanwhile, several other companies that have recruited from the institute earlier as well also participated in the drive.
These included -- Accenture, Aditya Birla Group, Adobe, Alvarez & Marsal, Amazon, Arthur D. Little, Atlassian,
"Despite the current state of economy, the placement drive was made a huge success by the relentless support of recruiters and placement teams, making it the best placements with more than 185+ recruiters participating in the process," said the IIM-L release
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