The PGPM Class of 2017 graduates at SPJIMR, Mumbai managed to get a mean earning potential (including non-cash, long-term and performance linked components) of Rs 1,800,023, median Rs 1,726,500 and maximum Rs 2,958,450 at the Final Placements.
Of the total 138 students, 130 had sought placement through the institute. While four students did not participate in the placement process, three were sponsored or already employed and one sought placement outside. According to the placement report audited by Crisil, four graduates did not get any placement.
In the 122 accepted offers, IT/ITES sector topped the list with 59 followed by BFSI 19, Management Consulting 17, e-Commerce 7, Manufacturing 5 and FMCG 4, to name a few.
The program includes a 3-month International Immersion at one of the top-ranked Ivy League Global Business Schools.
Function-wise, the number of offers accepted in Systems/IT/ITES was 56 followed by Consulting 28. While Operation/Supply Chain Management and Marketing/Sales recorded 13 each, General Management came next with 8, Analytics followed with 2. Finance and Strategy with 1 each completed the picture.
Location-wise, Mumbai topped the list with 44 offers accepted. Bangalore came next with 39 followed by NCR 18, Chennai and Pune with 10 each and Nagpur 1.
In sector-wise classification of salary (fixed yearly cash component) Automobile topped with a maximum, median and mean amount of Rs 1,837,000 followed by Legal at Rs 1,656,000 and Education at minimum Rs 1,55,000, maximum Rs 1,578,000, median Rs 1,564,000 and mean Rs 1,564,000.
The 1-year full-time Post-Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) offers profile specific customization for domain knowledge. The program includes a 3-month International Immersion at one of the top-ranked Ivy League Global Business Schools. SPJIMR (S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research), a constituent of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, boasts of a strong industry connect with the locational advantage of a Mumbai campus. It does not have campuses elsewhere