IIM Udaipur Summer Placements 2013: BFSI emerges as top recruiter

 | May 07,2013 03:34 pm IST

The IIM Udaipur summer internship placement process was conducted on a rolling basis and concluded with 100% placements. This year a total of 46 companies across diverse sectors such as Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), Consulting, FMCG, Information Technology, Healthcare, Telecom, Energy, Real Estate, Logistics, Manufacturing and other niche sectors like Advertising visited the campus to recruit from a batch of 100.

The students of the batch 2012-2014 will pursue internships across various locations in India and abroad during April-June 2013.
 

Classification by Sector
The placement process saw participation from esteemed recruiters across diverse sectors. BFSI was the highest recruiter, followed by Information Technology and Manufacturing sector. BFSI sector was represented by GE India, YES Bank and ICICI Bank, consolidating upon the relationship from last year. The second edition of the summer internship placement process also sought participation from SREI Infrastructure Finance and HDFC Bank paving the path for a long association with IIM Udaipur.UAE Exchange and Xpress Money extended the highest paying international internship offers along with Deloitte Consulting extending the highest domestic offer. 

In the consulting domain, along with the existing association with KPMG and ICRA Management Consulting Services Ltd., IIM Udaipur took a leap ahead with offers from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and Deloitte as well. The offers extended range from technology consulting to management consulting.
 

In the technology sector, CSS Corp. and Naukri.com offered roles in Business Development and other verticals. Tata Consultancy Services offered a role in finance for its niche profile.
 

In the Consumer Goods sector, Mapro Foods Pvt. Ltd. was the largest recruiter, along with Godrej & Boyce and United Breweries Limited. FMCG sector was dominated by the roles in Sales and Marketing.
 

IIM Udaipur also received participation from niche sectors like healthcare along with international offers from NMC Healthcare and DM Healthcare. Fortis Escorts Hospital offered a role in healthcare Operations.
 

Internship offers in manufacturing sector were adorned with new recruiters including Bombay Dyeing and continued association with Hunter Douglas and Hindustan Zinc.
 

Classification by Function

The functional composition of placements stands at 39% in Marketing/Sales, followed by Operations/Supply Chain (18%) and Consulting (14%). Other well represented functions include Finance, Human Resources Management, and Information Technology &Systems. The second edition of summer internship placement process also received offers that transcend compartmentalized functional boundaries within the organization enabling students with a wing to wing management perspective.
 

 

Placement details as per IPRS
The batch strength was of 100 students and the entire batch was eligible for sitting in the Summer Internship Placements.
 

1. Classification Based on Nature of Internship (Table 1)

2. Classification of internship Based on Sectors (Table 2)

3. Classification Based on Functions (Table 3)

Classification Based on Location (Table 4.1 and Table 4.2)


4.1 Classification of interns based on Locations (Global)

4.2 Classification of Interns based on Locations within India

5. Companies Participating In Summer Internship Placements 2012-13

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