SPJIMR, Mumbai has concluded final Placement 2018 for its flagship PGDM 2016-18 batch with a rise in average salary to Rs. 22.24 lakhs from Rs. 20.9 lakhs last year. 105 companies participated as against 104 last year.

238 students who participated in Placement 2018 received 263 offers from the recruiters and 81 PPOs were also made by the recruiters. Consulting and FMCG continued to be the dominant sectors of hiring on campus. The median salary for the batch stood at Rs. 21.25 lakhs, an increase from the Rs. 20 lakhs reported last year.

Out of 238 participants from the PGDM Class of 2018, 35 percent were placed with top consulting firms. This placement season saw participation from a total of 47 new companies including the Aditya Birla Group, Accenture Tech, Alcon, AstraZeneca, Avendus Capital, Barclays, Flipkart, Google, HSBC IB, IBM, Intrigo, Metro Cash & Carry, Pidilite, Reliance Industries, Samsung India Electronics, Siemens Management Consulting, Tata Communications and Uber.

SPJIMR 2015 Placement Statistics

There were 78 participating companies in placement season of 2015 at SPJIMR. 111 pre placement offers were made by them. Out of the 78 recruiters, 25 were first time recruiters.

The average salary increased to 18.2 lacs. There were 232 participants in the batch. 4 students chose to opt out of the campus placement process. 256 offers were made to 232 students. 80% of the batch has received offers of Rs 15 lakhs and above with the median salary for the batch of 232 students was Rs. 17 lakhs.

SPJIMR 2013 Placement Statistics

S P Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), completed the placements for the post graduate diploma in management (PGDM) Class of 2013, with participation of 97 companies. The average salary increased to Rs 16.13 lakh, which was 4.3% higher than the average salary of Rs 15.46 lakh last year.

This year, 61% of the batch had offers of Rs 15 lakh and more, compared to 51% of the batch last year. Similarly, 83% of the batch had salaries of Rs 13 lakh and more, in comparison to 75% of the batch in 2012. The median salary for the batch of 176 students was Rs 15.9 lakh, and international job offers were made by pharma major Ranbaxy and consumer electronics firm Jumbo Electronics. Lateral job offers were down compared to last year.