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Reputed Organisations Hire At Final Placement of Jindal Global Business School

31 May 2018
Higher Education Plus

Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) saw an all time high of internships and placements this year with exceptional hiring by industry giants. Numerous leading organizations visited the campus of school on the day of final placement. Amazon was the biggest recruiter with a maximum offer of 16 lakhs for a student. The other leading recruiters were Ernst and Young, HFFC, Genpact, HDFC Bank, Dyson, MC Saatchi, Brands of Desire, and ITC.


On this whopping placement, JGU Vice Chancellor Prof (Dr) C. Raj Kumar remarked, “We are constantly working to create new opportunities to meet expectations of students’ and cater to their career aspirations. JGU prides itself for facilitating a diversified range of professional opportunities to its graduates. These opportunities are not limited to corporates, but also include business enterprises, consultancy firms, investment banks, think tanks, research institutions, non-governmental organizations, intergovernmental organizations, and government agencies. We will continue to focus on expanding this network. Also, we expect several other domestic and international firms and institutions to hire from our future graduating batches.”


Many new companies such as Future Group, Bisleri International, Honda Cars, India Bulls, IDBI, Karvy, HDFC Bank, Decathlon etc also arrived for summer internship programme. The first year MBA students that partnered with IBM secured maximum international summer internships in Singapore and Mauritius. Along with maximum recruitments, students also got an opportunity to work on various domains and niche profiles.


“What is interesting this year is the wide variety of domains that the students have been offered. They have got opportunity to work in the emerging of business process engineering, business analytics and social media analytics profile. Our partnership with IBM has helped in providing immense opportunities in the area of business analytics and preparing our students for Industry 4.0,” said Dr Tapan Panda, Dean, JGBS.