IIM Rohtak completes the final placement of 2016-18 batch with 139 offers

IIM Rohtak has successfully completed the final placement process for the Batch of 2018 with 139 offers made to the students from the diverse firms. With the release of their final placement report, IIM Rohtak has now become the first IIM under the CAP belt to achieve this feat this year.

There was a marked increase in the number of companies visiting the campus this year with 40+ new companies making offers to the students. Moreover, this year witnessed a steep increase in the number of PPIs and PPOs offered to the students. There was also presence of International recruiters like Tolaram Group on the campus offering some of the most sought after profiles of the country.

Marketing stood as the top recruiter this season with 29% of all the offers being made in this domain. Some of the prominent recruiters included Yes Bank, Dabur, Amazon, BPCL, Maruti Suzuki, Tata Steel, JK Group, IndiaMart, Cushman and Wakefield. Some of the big names that visited the campus for the first time were Amul, Aditya Birla Group, Cargill Foods, Mafatlal, Dell, and ACG WorldWide. There was a 5x increase in the number of FMCG companies visiting the campus.

Finance firms were the next in line with 26% of the batch getting offers in this domain. Prominent banks such as ICICI, RBL, Yes Bank, HDFC, SBI, Standard Chartered, IDFC, Federal Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank recruited for multiple roles. Non-banking financial entities such as Arcesium, Indus Valley Partners, Futures First, Thomson Reuters, DE Shaw, TresVista, Future Generali recruited for niche profiles. In investment banking, Motilal Oswal was the highlight; opening up its coveted MT Spark Program.

Other major sectors included General Management (21%), IT and Analytics (12%), Strategy and Consulting (7%) and Operations (5%). This season also saw the return of the Big 4 with KPMG and EY offering attractive profiles.

Some of the other prominent firms visiting the campus were Google, Amazon, GMR, L&T and Cognizant.

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