The Highest Package Offered At IMI New Delhi In 2017

International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi finds place among the premier management institutes in India. Established in 1981, it was India’s first corporate sponsored business school. Apart from the main campus, it now has two other campuses located at Bhubaneswar and Kolkata. Its popular programmes include the two year full-time PG Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme and the PGDM-HRM and PGDM-B&FS programmes, the latter two being launched in 2006 and 2014 respectively. IMI students can graduate with high packages during campus placements.

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During 2017, 248 students found placement from the institute, of which 186 were from the PGDM programme. The IMI Delhi highest package (CTC) from the PGDM programme was at Rs 15.6 lakh, followed by Rs 14.5 lakh for the PGDM-B&FS. The IMI Delhi highest package for the PGDM-HRM programme was Rs. 13.5 lakh. The average package (CTC) for the three programmes was Rs 12.5 lakh, Rs 12.1 lakh and Rs 10.8 lakh respectively.

According to the institute’s website, 98 companies from different sectors such as financial companies, consulting, IT, manufacturing, media, retail and e-commerce participated in the placement process.

Over a third of the placements (34%) were in the banking and financial sector space. The major recruiters included Standard Chartered, RBS, Citibank, CRISIL, Yes Bank, ICICI Bank, Future Generali, DHFL and SBI General. ICICI Bank was the biggest recruiter with 22 selections. The consultancy sector accounted for 26% of the placements. Major recruiters included McKinsey & Co., Deloitte, EY India, KPMG and Bain Capability Centre.

Nearly one-fourth (23%) placements were in the IT/ITES sector. The major recruiters from this sector were Accenture, Capgemini, Infosys, Genpact, Wipro, HCL, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Amazon, Shopclues and Droom. HCL was the biggest recruiter with 21 selections. The major recruiters in the FMCG and retail sector included names like Asian Paints, Nestle, Reckitt Benckiser, Emami, Samsung, Safari Industries and Café Coffee Day Beverages. Among the recruiters in other sectors were Sony MSM, Reliance Industries, Sobha Developers, Hero MotoCorp, Spark Minda, Tata Housing and Cinepolis.

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