Top recruiters this season include companies such as Aramex,
, Cedar Consulting, Cognizant, , Danzas, E&Y, Emerson, Frost & Sullivan, Genpact, Grant Thornton, Henkel, Kuehne + Nagel, Landmark Group and Reckitt Benckiser. The School also reported several new recruiters this season, namely PayTM, Neutrinos Siemens Mobility, Daimler, Michelin, OLX Group, Micron, Tata Cliq, and Ornua.
The highest offer for the Global MBA class stood at Rs 43.9 lakh, while the average annual salary was Rs 22 lakh. The Global MBA program is designed for professionals with 3+ years of work experience, and the batch has an average work experience of over six years.
For the MGB program, the School reported a highest salary offer of Rs 35 lakh and a class average of Rs 16.7 lakh. The MGB is a 16-month program designed for graduates with little / no experience and includes a mandatory 4-month international internship component with opportunities to convert into full-time. In 2020, over 84% of the class received international internship offers.
IT emerged as the top recruiting sector this year, with over 33% placement offers, followed by Logistics (22%) and Consulting (11%). Sales and Marketing roles were most sought-after by students, accounting for nearly 36% of overall offers made. Consulting roles constituted 22% of the offers, followed closely by supply chain management roles (15%).