With the largest full-time MBA batch graduating this year, the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) in Delhi, had 31 new companies coming to the campus for placements this year.
Altogether 93 companies participated in the FMS placements this year for a batch of 216 students. The median salary offered was Rs 16 lakh per annum. About a fifth of the batch bagged roles in finance across various functions like investment banking, wholesale banking, corporate finance and treasury.
Citibank, Deutsche Bank, Standard Chartered, HSBC, Axis Bank, ICICI, Yes Bank, Bank of America, Merryl Lynch and American Express offered roles in wholesale banking and treasury roles. AC Nielsen recruited from FMS for its Finance Leadership Programme (FLP) for the first time this year.
This year saw the largest ever participation from the consulting sector at FMS. The Boston Consulting Group was the first time recruiter and the other firms that hired included Accenture Management Consulting, Deloitte, Capgemini, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Bain Capability Centre.
Capgemini Management Consulting was the largest recruiter with 12 offers.
ITC was the largest recruiter in the sales and marketing domain with 11 offers. Other FMCG majors who recruited at FMS included HUL, Nestle, Coca Cola, PepsiCo, Reckitt Benckiser, and Godrej Consumer Products.
Microsoft offered its programme manager role for its India Development Centre, while HCL offered an international role for its global engagement manager profile, for the first time.
Other IT recruiters included Aricent, TCS, Genpact and Wipro. The roles offered ranged from product management, business development, marketing and IT consulting. Amazon, MakeMyTrip, Ibibo, Infoedge and Valyoo technologies were the e-commerce companies participating in this year’s placements at the campus.