SP Jain Mumbai final placements 2011: IT, Marketing and operations dominate

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SP Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai completed placements for the 2-year PGDM Class of 2011 with 242 offers from 76 companies for the placement process.

Of the 242 offers, 107 were lateral offers and 77 were pre-placement offers from autumn internships. According to the institute, 39% of the batch had offers of Rs 15 lakhs and more while 59.5% of the batch had salaries of Rs 13 lakhs and more. Thomson Reuters and Deloitte made foreign offers.

One student chose to defer placements to explore own venture.

Total batch strength




Effective batch for placements 177

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Average Domestic Salary of offers accepted

Rs 14.07 lakhs

Average Foreign Salary offered

USD 39,400

Highest domestic salary Rs 23 lakhs

General Management

Tata Administrative Services, Adani Leadership Program, Mahindra & Mahindra, Reliance Industries Limited and RPG Group made about 16 offers in several middle management positions.

Consulting/IT Consulting

McKinsey and Co, Arthur D Little, Accenture, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PwC, CEB and TSMG. Deloitte was the largest consulting recruiter. Accenture made offers for the Global Talent and Innovation Network team. IT consulting was offered by Cognizant Business Consulting (CBC) and Capgemini. Other offers included profiles like Strategic Consulting, Operations consulting and Financial Advisory.


JP Morgan, IIFL, Standard Chartered, Citibank, Deutsche Bank, ICICI Bank, Edelweiss, ICRA, Avista Advisory , SBI Caps, HSBC, Yes Bank, Axis Bank. Offers were received across Investment Banking, Corporate Banking, Institutional Equities, Equity Research, Credit Rating, Credit Risk, Treasury, Project Finance and Corporate Finance. Thomson Reuters offered their Global Business Graduate Program.


IT companies like Microsoft, HCL Technologies and IBM offered Sales roles. Corporate IT roles were offered from business giants like General Electric, Proctor and Gamble and Citibank. Other IT majors included TCS, Wipro, Polaris, HP, Winshuttle, i-Gate etc.

Marketing and Operations

Marketing, Sales and Supply chain roles were made by Procter & Gamble, Hindustan Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Dabur, Asian Paints, Nestle, Marico, Britannia, Nivea and Wipro Consumer.

HUL picked up a lateral hire from campus for the supply chain division. Companies like Bharti Airtel, Philips, Novartis, CEAT and Titan offered niche roles across diverse sectors.

Companies like 3M, Cummins also visited the campus for the first time offering roles for the students with operation majors.