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IIM Kashipur Completes 100% Placements In Record Time

IIM Kashipur Completes 100% Placements With Highest Stipend at Rs. 3.30 Lakh

IIM Kashipur has successfully completed the Summer Placements season for the 10th batch of the flagship MBA program and the first batch of the MBA Analytics program. The season witnessed the highest stipend of INR 3,30,000 for two months, recording an increase of 4.7%. The top 25 percent of the batch bagged an average stipend of INR 1,56,903. The inaugural MBA Analytics batch has seen an overwhelming response from the industry, with the top 25% of the students receiving offers with an average stipend of INR 1,58,200 while the highest stipend stood at INR 3,15,000. 91 firms providing positions in Consultancy and Strategy, IT & Analytics, Banking, HR, Marketing and Sales, General Management, and Operations took part in the season. The top recruiters from industry leaders such as ICICI Bank, OfBusiness, SIDBI, TATA Capital, Yes Bank, Vivriti Capital remained in the BFSI market. Students have also bagged deals in Automobile, Aviation, Consulting, E-Commerce, Ed-Tech, Fintech, IT, FMCG, Manufacturing, Internet, Steel, and Retail from leading organizations.

Organizations such as Airtel, Bosch, Car Dekho, Cisco, Deloitte USI, Droom, ICICI Bank, Fareye, Jio Creative Labs, JK Spices, KPMG, Morgan Stanley, Paytm Capital, Puma, TATA Steel BSL, The Outlook Group, and Xiaomi, among others, participated enthusiastically. 358 internship invitations from leading companies were earned by a total of 332 students from both the MBA and MBA Analytics programs. Recruiters have showed great confidence in the Institute, contributing to 100% summer placements in a record period with a batch size of 332.

The number of girl students obtaining deals from brands such as Airtel, Car Dekho, Droom, Fareye, ICICI Bank, Puma, and Yes Bank has increased across sectors such as Analytics, Finance, HR, IT, Marketing, and Strategy.
The Chair of Placements at IIM Kashipur, Prof. Venkataraghavan K, commented on the occasion, “We are grateful to all companies for choosing IIM Kashipur as their preferred campus recruitment destination.” This year, we had an outstanding placement season and look forward to maintaining our relationship with the corporate community through recruiting drives and other shared talent enhancement avenues.

The new batch had female and non-engineering history applicants with the largest attendance ever. There was a healthy rise in batch gender diversity from 11 percent to 25 percent and academic diversity rose to 42 percent. 358 internship invitations were offered by a total of 332 students from both the MBA and the MBA Analytics programmes. The new batch had female and non-engineering history applicants with the largest attendance ever. A good change from 11 percent to 25 percent was shown in batch gender diversity, and student diversity improved to 42 percent.

IIM Kashipur organized webinar

For the third session of the MBA Series, a webinar project coordinated by the Academic Committee, IIM Kashipur hosted Captain Vinay Singh as the guest speaker. The focus of the series is “Management from a Non-Corporate Lens,” intended to impart information to learners from pioneers in diverse fields who have gone beyond their journey to social growth.

Captain Singh is an MBA graduate with majors in Operations Management from FMS, Delhi. He also has a qualification program from IIM Ahmedabad for General Management. Capt. Singh specializes in intelligence and naval activities, with over 31 years of experience serving the country through the Indian Navy. He also commanded INS Alleppey and had the luxury of being part of the INS Betwa Commissioning Crew. He is both an Amphibious Forces and Nuclear Biological & Chemical Protection Expert. In addition, he has also been involved with the Sambhav Kadam Foundation and Ezhimala Indian Naval Academy Commissioning, Kerala. Prof. Vivek Roy, Assistant Professor of Operations Management & Decision Sciences at IIM Kashipur, opened the workshop. Captain Vinay Singh began the session by saying “Leaders Are Made, Not Born,” where he outlined the numerous management characteristics to be exhibited by a leader from a veteran’s life examples. He shared the important occasions where the soldier shows project management expertise throughout his day-to-day life. He educated the student fraternity regarding the virtues of modesty, integrity, and consideration that can carry goodness everywhere they go, which are the go-to characteristics of any monarch. He stressed how expectations change over time and how liberalization has helped society develop, but a soldier’s life is still beyond the parameters of a soldier’s life.

He concluded the session by providing insightful insights into the current “Sambhav Kadham” veteran program, which seeks to provide retired veterans with upskilling and job opportunities, also focuses on CSR operations, and creates a community for improved veteran connectivity. This program also supports programs funded by help to war causes, widows, soldiers, and families.

It was an immersive session where students’ questions were discussed by the visitor and replied using his life scenarios.

Registered 186% increase in female students

Earlier in August last year, the Indian Institute of Management Kashipur successfully launched its 10th batch of MBA and the first batch of its new MBA (Analytics) software using virtual means to get all stakeholders together to address the challenges and disruptions caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic.

With higher education institutions and diverse scholars around disciplines profoundly concerned about gender diversity, believing that gender diversity in the workplace contributes to stronger economic success and improved financial and social results, it is simply difficult to rule out that equality and inclusivity are the true measure of gender diversity. Women’s financial empowerment boosts the nation’s economic growth as a whole. Women leaders tend to have qualities that are highly relevant in the business environment, such as intuition, productive coordination and innovation.

IIM Kashipur is committed to the aim of inclusiveness and has maintained that not only gender alone, but also the commitment to inclusiveness and diversity depends on the true measure of gender diversity. IIM Kashipur has inducted 285 students into the 10th batch of its flagship MBA program and 54 students into the 1st batch of the MBA Analytics program to ensure steady growth. A staggering 186% growth rate from the last batch was observed by the representation of female students. The new batch has a fair representation of women students from 20 of the country’s states/UTs. The rise in gender and discipline diversity has come on the back of certain changes being done in the admission process without comprising on the merit of the candidates. To promote gender diversity, IIM Kashipur continued with its initiative of sanctioning 15 supernumerary seats for female students.

About Gauraangi Ramani

Gauraangi is a journalism student from Jai Hind College who also writes poetry and does theatre. She is an And All Publishing writer who regularly conducts research on education based topics.

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