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IIM Lucknow Placements 2011




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Address: The batch of 366 students (99 more than those graduating in 2009), a total of 206 companies made offers making it the largest placement process this year across the IIMs in terms of the number of candidates placed successfully. These companies made a total of 528 offers. Of the total offers made, 70 were pre-placement offers, 213 lateral offers for higher entry placement, and 245 made during the final placement week. Moreover, 53 companies were first time recruiters at IIM-L. The key sectors in which the recruitment took place were Consulting, Finance, Sales and Marketing, IT and Telecom industry. The Consulting sector saw 82 recruitment. The final Placements of IIM Lucknow have been concluded with 100 per cent placements. The B School has received total 528 offers for the batch of 366. IIM Lucknow mentions that by far, this is the largest graduating batch to be placed across all IIMs. Among the offers made, there were 70 Pre Placement Offers (PPOs), 213 lateral offers and 245 offers in the Placement week. A total of 206 companies participated in the placement process. Out of them 53 companies were first time recruiters. Among the key recruiters were Accenture, Avendus Capital, Capgemini, Citibank, Kraft Foods Cadbury, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Hindustan Unilever, ITC, KPMG, McKinsey and Co., PricewaterhouseCoopers, Procter & Gamble, Tata Administrative Services and The Boston Consulting Group. Finance firms have made a comeback in a big way. The positions offered by the banks and financial firms were in areas of investment banking, proprietary trading, treasury, and global risk management to name a few. Prominent financial firms include Amex, Avendus Capital, Axis Bank, Baring Private Equity Partners, CRISIL, DBS, Edelweiss, Futures First, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank making 22 offers (after Deloitte), ICICI Prudential, IIFL, Indus Valley Partners, JM Financial, JP Morgan, Karvy, Kotak Wealth Management, Nomura, SBI Capital, Standard Chartered and Yes Bank. Finance firms have made a comeback in a big way. The positions offered by the banks and financial firms were in areas of investment banking, proprietary trading, treasury, and global risk management to name a few. Prominent financial firms include Amex, Avendus Capital, Axis Bank, Baring Private Equity Partners, CRISIL, DBS, Edelweiss, Futures First, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank making 22 offers (after Deloitte), ICICI Prudential, IIFL, Indus Valley Partners, JM Financial, JP Morgan, Karvy, Kotak Wealth Management, Nomura, SBI Capital, Standard Chartered and Yes Bank. In Sales and Marketing sector, the key recruiters were Asian Paints, Aviva, Britannia, Castrol, Dabur, GSK Consumer, Hindustan Unilever, ITC, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft Foods Cadbury, Marico, Nokia, Pepsi, Procter & Gamble, Ranbaxy, Raymond and Reliance among others. Conglomerates such as Adani Group, Aditya Birla Group, Mahindra & Mahindra, Jindal Group, Larsen & Toubro, RPG and Suzlon were prominent recruiters. Asian Paints, L’Oreal, Olam International, Philips and Target offered lucrative Supply Chain Management profiles. Firms in the IT sector that offered roles were iGATE, Infosys, MindTree, Wipro and TCS among others. Recruiters in the Telecom industry are the top companies in the sector such as Aircel, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone. Among the 53 first time recruiters, the companies included Amazon, BMGI, Bloomberg, Comviva, Coromandel, Deutsche Post DHL, Ford, Fujitsu Consulting, Google, HP, IndusInd Bank, JFS, Lenovo, Microsoft IDC, Nereus Capital, Panasonic, Planet M, Star CJ, Subros, Tally Solutions and The Nielsen Company among others.

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