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IIM Placements: Highest salary increases by 22.1% at IIM Trichy

Highest remuneration offered was that of Rs 23.81 lakh against Rs 19.50 lakh last year


BS Reporter  |  Ahmedabad 

IIM Placements: Highest salary increases by 22.1% at IIM Trichy

The Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirappalli (Trichy), in its final placement process, saw a highest salary increase of 22.1%, while the average remuneration rose by 14.9% over the last year.

The highest package offered at the institute was that of Rs 23.81 lakh against Rs 19.50 lakh last year. Meanwhile, average compensation package stood at Rs 13.01 lakh, up from Rs 11.32 lakh in the previous year, the institute announced on Wednesday.

About 90 companies made 102 offers for a batch of 102 students, apart from 21 pre-placement interviews and pre-placement offers (PPIs/PPOs) across verticals. Offers also included international placement opportunities in the APAC region.

“This year has been particularly exciting for placements with international placements and the increasing diversity of profiles offered, showing enthusiastic participation from various spheres of industry. Strong application of learning imbibed through the rigorous academic program equipped them with the tools to perform well at their internships, which later materialised into 21 PPO/PPIs. For five years now, Trichy has been providing talented and persevering individuals of high caliber for corporates and academia

alike. The industry has thus continued to place its confidence in the students of Trichy," said Abhishek Totawar, Chairperson, Placement & External Relations at IIM Trichy.

In terms of profiles, diverse leadership roles such as executive assistant to CEO, and business analyst to the managing director, among others were offered to the students.

Other profiles included the likes of strategy and operations consultant, data scientist, product manager, functional consultant, BA-ERP consultant, senior business analyst, and sales & marketing trainee across domains of BFSI, E-commerce, consulting and analytics, manufacturing, telecom, FMCG & consumer durables, healthcare, and IT/ITeS, among others.

Meanwhile, major recruiters at IIM Trichy this year included the likes of BPCL, Capita, Cognizant Business Consulting, Dabur, Deloitte, Dr. Agarwal Healthcare, Frost & Sullivan, HCL, HDFC Life, ICICI Bank, ICICI Prudential, Idea Cellular, KPMG, Mahindra, Ramco, RBS, Saint Gobain, SAP, SBI, SBI Mutual Funds, Societe Generale, Sulekha, TAFE, TVS Motors, Vodafone, and Yes Bank, to name a few.

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First Published: Wed, February 17 2016. 12:50 IST