ISB 2010 Placements: Technology, Consulting and Finance emerged as lead sectors at ISB 2010 campus placements
|By Sai | June 15, 2010|
-346 leading domestic and international companies participated in the 2010 placements
-33% increase in the number of offers as compared to last year
-11% increase in the salaries (CTC) over last year.
Hyderabad: Technology, Consulting and Finance sectors emerged as leading sectors in recruitments for this year at The Indian School of Business (ISB) campus placements.
ISB today announced the placements results for the Class of 2010.
The school has had another successful placement year reflecting the growth and revival in the economy. The Class comprised 568 students from diverse backgrounds and work experience ranging from 2 to 20 years.
This is the ninth year that the ISB is using the Rolling Placements System and the successful placements year on year are a proof of its acceptance by the industry. The system is a lateral hiring process that is spread over several months, giving both the recruiters and the students, time to find the best fit. During this period, the school also supported and encouraged students in their independent search efforts to find their preferred careers. The result was an increase in the number of offers and the variety of roles that that were offered to the students. Going forward, the ISB will continue this model of an extended rolling placement period, to ensure that every student is given time and independence to help find their preferred careers.
This year, 346 leading companies including domestic and international participated in the placements (Partial list of recruiters this year provided in Appendix). The Class of 2010 also witnessed a 33% increase in the number of offers over last year as companies chose the ISB students for a variety of roles including several senior management positions. Overall, the salaries offered to the Class of 2010 increased by 11% over last year. Further, the average outgoing salary was more than double the incoming salary.
The number of offers made by the top 10 companies from Technology , Consulting and Finance increased by 116, 40 and 30 percent respectively over the last year, making them the largest recruiters on campus this year. Pharma, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Real Estate, Media and Energy were some of the other sectors chosen by the Class of 2010. This year also witnessed a spurt in the number of companies from the ‘Green Energy’ sector.
In international placements, several students were offered Global Leadership Programmes in countries such as Italy, Hong Kong, UK, Switzerland, Germany and Singapore in the areas of Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Aviation, Information Technology, Agribusiness and Luxury Goods.
The ISB helps students build a meaningful career and has created a lifelong global alumni network. With the graduating Class of 2010, the ISB now has a network of over 3000 alumni spread across the world, making a mark in business and industry.
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