IIM-Trichy Final Placements: Highest Salary Rises To Rs 23.81 Lakh


Final placements for the 2014-16 PGPM (Post Graduate Program in Management) batch at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Tiruchirapalli saw the highest CTC offer going up to Rs 23.81 lakh from the previous year’s (2014-15) Rs. 19.50 lakh.

As many as 90 prominent firms had turned up at the placements to make offers to a batch of 102 students.

The average CTC of top 50% also recorded a rise going up to Rs 15.62 lakh compared to previous year’s Rs 13.24 lakh. The average CTC of the batch too went up to rs 13.01 lakh from the previous year’s Rs 11.32 lakh.

The students also secured 21 pre-placement interviews/pre-placement offers across verticals.

As far as work experience of the batch is concerned, 30% were in the 36-48 month category, 24% in 12-24 months, 22% each in the 25-35 and 0-11 months category while 2% had above 48 months work experience.

While 90% of the class had engineering background, 6% were from Commerce, 3% from Arts & Science and 1% from Management.

They were offered diverse leadership roles such as Executive Assistant to CEO and Business Analyst to MD.

The students also bagged coveted roles like Strategy & Operations Consultant, Data Scientist, Product Manager, Functional Consultant, BA-ERP Consultant and Senior Business Analyst, Sales & Marketing.

The domains included BFSI, E-commerce, Consulting & Analytics, Manufacturing, Telecom, FMCG & Consumer Durables, Health Care and IT/ITES.

Two students secured international roles in the APAC region.

In domain-wise split up, 30% of the class went into Consulting, 26% in Sales & Marketing and 16% in Finance.

Sector-wise, 25% went into Analytics & Consulting, 24% each into IT/ITES and BFSI followed by 10% in Manufacturing.

Among prominent recruiters were Dabur, Mahindra, Deloittee, KPMG, ICICI, BPCL, State Bank of India, Cognizant and HDFC Life.

New recruiters included SAP, Yes Bank, Vodafone, Idea, Mindtree, SBI Mutual Fund, Societe Generale Global Solution Centre and IFMR.


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