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IIM Trichy concludes summer placements

The firms offered diverse profiles such as consulting, sales & marketing, operations, supply chain management, finance & human resources

BS Reporter 

The Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirappalli (IIM-T) has successful completed its summer placement process for the 2013-15 batch, posting the highest stipend of Rs 140000 for the summer internship.

A total of 45 companies from various domains such as BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Consumer Durables, IT/ITES, Manufacturing, Automobile, Digital Media, Advertising, Energy, Sports and Law, among others participated in the institute's recruitment process.

The firms offered diverse profiles such as consulting, sales & marketing, operations, supply chain management (SCM), finance, human resources (HR), and IT/ITeS.

While the highest stipend was registered at Rs 1.4 lakh, the average stipend was around Rs 42,657 for the internships.

According to an official communique from IIM-T, roles in niche interest areas, such as digital and social media marketing, sports consulting, alternate channel promotion, brand management, and portfolio fund management, among others were also offered.

Of the total batch size of 107, 94 participated in the summer placements process while 13 students opted out of summer internship process to seek opportunities in specific areas of their choosing.

They opted for social media analytics, credit analysis, risk management and enterprise solutions, the institute stated.

Among the recruiters across sectors included the likes of World Bank, RBI, Citibank, ICICI, Dabur, Mapro, Mahindra, HCL, Emami, KPMG, and L&T, among others.

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First Published: Wed, February 26 2014. 20:19 IST