For SP Jain Global batch of 2019, the future’s bright
The Global MBA program of SP Jain was recently ranked #12 in the world by Forbes.
ISB sees 1,383 offers on Day 1 of placements in comparison to 1,194 last year
The School saw hiring from recruiters across a wide spectrum of...
Number of pre-placement offers up for 5th straight year at IIT Madras
Qualcomm is the biggest recruiter so far, with 23 offers made. Samsung ...
After Russia doping ban, a South African speaks up for the innocent
In her first interview since the announcement, Penny Heyns, a former swimmer from South Africa, told The New York Times that she had no regrets about the punishment, which bans Russia and its officials from major international sports but is likely to allow hundreds of Russian athletes to continue competing if they can prove they are clean.
136 firms make offers to 480 students as IIM Calcutta completes summer placements
Finance and Consulting firms accounted for 43.2% of the total offers. Several firms also opened international roles including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Barclays and Hexaware.
IIT placement season sees record number of Rs. 30 lakh-Rs. 1 cr offers
The current placement season at IITs is witnessing record salary offers from the likes of Google, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs. Annual pay packages of Rs. 30 lakh and more-going up to Rs. 1 crore and beyond- are more numerous than ever before.
IIFT completes summer placements; average stipend at Rs 2 lakh per month
Summer placements for 2019-21 batch witnessed an average stipend of 2 lakh per month at IIFT. This year the number of companies with an average stipend of over Rs 2,00,000 has increased by 46 per cent," it said in a statement.
YES Bank gains 5% as firm looks to raise funds via QIP
The lender, which is planning to raise as much as $2 billion via share sale, wants to keep options open as it negotiates with prospective investors, the report said.
7 things you should know to ace campus placements
As the campus placement season has kicked off, the discussion around jobs seems to be occupying most of your time. There might be added pressure of expectations too. However, worry not as there is a right way to approach it. Here's how.
IIT Delhi students receive 700+ job offers
The total number of job offers to IIT Delhi students stand over 750. The students selected are from undergraduate, post graduate and PhD programmes. Some companies who made domestic job offers include Microsoft with 30 offers including 2 international offers, Societe Generale - 13 offers, Mastercard - 11 offers, Standard Chartered - 10 offers among others.
Average stipend offered for summer internship at IIM Indore up 12%
Female students on an average have received 24% higher stipend than their male counterparts in the summer internship placements, officials said. The highest stipend offered was Rs 4 lakh, the same as the previous year. IIM Indore has the biggest batch strength of 589 students in the class of 2021, including 258, or 44%, girls.
IPO market may recover in 2020, follow-on volumes to remain strong: Kotak Investment
Qualified institutional placements (QIPs) have witnessed a rebound in the year so far.
IIT Delhi students receive 244 offers on Day 1
Microsoft has offered the highest number of offers to 30 students including 2 international offers, followed by Intel which gave 27 domestic offers. Other international offers include one each from Uber USA and Squarepoint Singapore. Among other companies offering high number of offers include Qualcomm with 16 offers and Goldman with 12 offers.
US roles with fat pay cheques increase at IITs
Japan, which has been the frontrunner among international recruiters at the IITs in the last few placement seasons, continues its strong run, with the likes of Sony Japan, Mercari, Honda Japan, NTT-AT, SMS Datatech, Tonichi Insatsu Co and Diverta Inc vying for tech talent.
It's Kaun Banega Crorepati at IITs from Sunday
More cos are likely to offer crore-plus packages. Salesforce is set to pip Microsoft as biggest paymaster.
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