As per the data provided by the institute, the highest salary offered for international placement was $1,25,000. Out of the 373 students eligible for placement in the current years programme, 360 sought placement through the institute while five chose entrepreneurship.
Boston Consulting Group was the top recruiter across clusters, picking 15 students from the campus, followed by Accenture (13). It was followed by McKinsey & Company and Capgemini, each making 10 offers. Among global investment banks, Goldman Sachs lapped up seven students for roles in financial markets and quantitative strategy.
In the consumer goods and services sector, Airtel was the lead recruiter with 11 offers for roles in marketing and finance for both, India and international locations. Other recruiters included Bain & Company, Asian Paints, Microsoft, Oracle, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and Google.