TimesPro Placements 2023: Top Companies ,Jogeshwari East, Mumbai

TimesPro is an education initiative of The Times of India Group with an objective to revolutionize professional education in India. With its partnerships with leading institutions and organisations, it aims to offer its students & professionals exceptional instruction, learning and certification training. Final placements at TimesPro takes place via the third party (university or institute) that is associated with the institute for offering various programmes. Hence, the institute plays no role in placing its students directly.

Here’s a list of institutes with respect to the course they offer in association with TimesPro. Candidates seeking admission can check out their respective centralised placements to get a hint of how placements are like:

Course

Associated Institute/University

BBA in Banking and Finance

Jagannath University

JIMS

MBA Banking and Financial Services

Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune

Bennett University, Greater Noida

PGDM in Banking and Financial Services

Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, Delhi

Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai

Krupanidhi School of Management, Bengaluru

Vishwa Vishwani Institute of Systems & Management, Hyderabad

SGPC’s Guru Nanak Institute of Management Studies, Mumba

MMS in Banking and Financial Services

SRM Institute of Science & Technology, Chennai

TimesPro Top Companies 2020

The institute has shared a list of recruiters who have hired the students of this college as shown below:

recruiters at TimesPro 2020

Check out more on TimesPro placement in the below video:

 

 
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Q. Is there a placement cell at TimesPro?

Q. Who were the top recruiters at TimesPro?

Important FAQs regarding TimesPro Placements

A. No, Final placements at TimesPro takes place via the third party (university or institute) that is associated with the institute for offering various programmes. But, the institute still claims to place over 90% of its students on the official website even if they’re placed by the respective institutes and universities.

A. The institute has shared a list of recruiters who have hired the students of this college. Some of them include Yes Bank, HSBC, Axis Bank, TATA Capital and Paytm Payments Bank among others.

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  • 25.0% | Kotak Mahindra Bank
  • 16.67% | HDFC Bank
  • 16.67% | ICICI Bank
  • 8.33% | Beekay Industries
  • 8.33% | Jana Bank
  • 8.33% | SBI Cards
  • 8.33% | Tata AIA Life Insurance Co. Ltd.
Their Industry
  • 75.0% | Banking/Financial Services/Broking
  • 8.33% | Industrial Products/Heavy Machinery
  • 8.33% | Insurance
Their Organization type
  • 41.67% | Indian MNC (Large Cap)
  • 25.0% | Corporates
Where they got placed
Kotak Mahindra Bank | HDFC Bank | ICICI Bank | Axis Bank | Beekay Industries | FLUIDLINE VALVES CO. PVT. LTD. | Jana Bank | Janalakshmi Financial Services | Marthwada Auto Cluster | SBI Cards | Sumit Agraval | Tata AIA Life Insurance Co. Ltd.

Q:   Who are the top recruiters of TimesPro?

A:

Companies like Deloitte, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Bajaj Capita, EY, HSBC, HDFC Bank, and Axis Bank are the major recruiters of Timespro for various posts including Business Analyst, Software engineer and many more diverse fields and CTC for all the specific fields vary.

 

Q:   Does TimesPro offer better placements than National Stock Exchange (NSE)?

A:

As Timespro provides different and diverse sets of addons courses and helps in career counseling by collaborating with other education institutions, they maintain some kind of placement data with them.

On the contrary, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) works to facilitate financial market operations of Shares, bonds, and Derivatives.

 NSE doesn't handle placements or maintain any related data. Their core function involves facilitating financial transactions and market activities.

 Therefore there is no direct comparison between TimesPro and NSE on the basis of Placement. 

 

Q:   How are BBA placements at TimesPro?

A:

Differential Recruiters: TimesPro hires people for positions in a range of industries, including banking (Kotak Mahindra, HDFC), IT (Wipro, Infosys), and consulting (maybe Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley) 

Good Placement Rate: According to TimesPro, a sizable portion of their students—nearly all of them in some places—have been placed 

Average Packages: The information that is currently available indicates that average packages fall between 2 and 5 Lacs annually 

Nationwide Presence: TimesPro is present all over India, and placement prospects could differ depending on where you live. Publicly accessible information indicates that they are putting a lot of emphasis on banking placements, especially for their Patna branch.

 

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