Mumbai: ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai, successfully initiated its placement process by conducting a campus drive with 60+ companies across various sectors. The drive in the first phase itself witnessed a total of 318 students with attractive salary packages thus adding value to their lives.
A campus drive was initiated exclusively for post – graduate students of Management across various specializations like, International Business, HR, Retail Management, SC&OM, Marketing, Finance , IT & Analytics and Financial Markets imparting options of the best caliber in the industry. An excellent opportunity to gain exposure of the corporate world was presented and detailed guidance was given to students to make a final career decision.
Several students participated in the drive. The placement process comprised of 3 stringent rounds – Group Discussion, Written Test and Personal Interview. To name a few, companies like TCS, Deloitte, Airtel, Asian Paints, ITC Limited, Nestle, Runwal Group, Zipgrid, 99acres, Lodha, Makemytrip, Emami, Hindustan Unilever, among many others were present to give a heads- up to the youngest talent. In the first place itself 63 companies exhibited interest and successfully provided placement opportunities to 318 ITM students. ITM witnesses around more than 300 companies on campus for the selection of Management Graduates. BFSI sector’s HDFC bank offered highest number of confirmations to 49 students; My Gate Consultancy services hired 36 students followed by the big giant of IT sector – TCS which hired 25 students (repeated). All the companies reaffirmed their faith in students addressing the needs of an ever-changing environment.
Congratulating students on their latest achievements, Mr.Nitin Putcha CEO of ITM Group of Institutions says “It has always been our endeavor to offer higher education which is aligned to high industry standards. Collaborating with the best of the organizations in the corporate industry have helped us to gather insights of the requirements of the current trends and standards. Developing practical skills apart from theoretical knowledge is of prime importance so that students can deliver from the first day of their job. ”