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IIM Bangalore students bag 147 offers from consulting firms

Among the consulting companies were Accenture (26 offers), followed by The Boston Consulting Group (23 offers). Other top recruiters included Bain & Company (20), Kearney (15), McKinsey & Co (14), GEP Consulting (7), Strategy& (5), Alvarez & Marsal (5) and EY-Parthenon (1). In addition, there were 27 offers in the technology consulting domain with PricewaterhouseCoopers making the maximum of 12 offers.

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Last Updated: Feb 14, 2020, 04.43 PM IST
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There were 42 offers overall in the finance domain with companies like Goldman Sachs making maximum of 8 offers followed by Avendus Capital (5), JP Morgan (5) and Allianz Benelux (3).
NEW DELHI: Consulting firms have given out the maximum offers at the final placement process at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore with a total of 147 offers. In all, 428 students have received 518 offers at this B-school over 3 days of lateral and final recruitment drive.

“Prominent domestic and international recruiters participated in the final placements which resulted in premium jobs for the students. There was a 6.14% increase in the total number of jobs offered compared to the previous year,” U Dinesh Kumar, Chair, Career Development Services, IIM Bangalore, said.

Among the consulting companies were Accenture (26 offers), followed by The Boston Consulting Group (23 offers). Other top recruiters included Bain & Company (20), Kearney (15), McKinsey & Co (14), GEP Consulting (7), Strategy& (5), Alvarez & Marsal (5) and EY-Parthenon (1). In addition, there were 27 offers in the technology consulting domain with PricewaterhouseCoopers making the maximum of 12 offers.

Prominent recruiters in the information technology and IT product management domain, who made 38 offers are Microsoft IDC (10), TCS (6), Razorpay (3), Sprinklr (3), Amagi Labs (2), Browserstack (2), Byju’s (2), Cisco (2), Infoedge (2), Moonfrog (2), Tech Mahindra (2), Google (1) and ValueLabs (1). The 32 offers made in the fast-growing E-commerce space included Amazon (20), Flipkart (4), Paytm (4) and Prione (4).

There were 42 offers overall in the finance domain with companies like Goldman Sachs making maximum of 8 offers followed by Avendus Capital (5), JP Morgan (5) and Allianz Benelux (3).

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