The 359 XLRI candidates got job offers from the top companies like Boston consulting group, Microsoft, Allianz, Procter & Gamble, Aditya Birla Group, ITC, Hindustan Unilever, McKinley, Delight, KPMG, JP Morgan, Mercer, and others.
In the XLRI- Xavier School of Management (XLRI), Jamshedpur recently completed the final placement process of its 2018-2020 batch for PGDM-BM and PGDM-HRM with 100 percent hiring. The management school has placed all its students in the 2018-2020 batch in just two days.
XLRI had 359 students in its two main management postgraduate diploma programmes, in business management and human resource management. All 359 XLRI candidates got remarkable offers from industries' top recruiters. According to the recent update, Rs 55 Lakh is the highest salary offered in this placement drive. However, Rs 24 Lakh is the average salary offered to XLRI 2018-2020 batch. In 2019, the management school managed 100 percent hiring for 2017-2019 batch, where the highest salary offered was Rs 50 Lakh and the average offered salary was Rs 23.5 Lakh.
Talking about the XLRI’s 100 percent placement, Father J Christie, the Director, XLRI - Xavier School of Management said, “We are happy to announce that this year’s placement season has once again witnessed remarkable success in spite of the longish economic slowdown.” During the 2020 placement drive, the median salary offered increased to Rs 23 Lakh per year from Rs 21 Lakh in 2019. More than 100 companies participated in the campus recruitment program.
Almost 108 recruiters including 24 new ones participated in the final recruitment process. Total PPOs offered during XLRI 2020 campus placement drive were 125. The 359 XLRI candidates got job offers from the top companies like Boston consulting group, Microsoft, Allianz, Procter & Gamble, Aditya Birla Group, ITC, Hindustan Unilever, McKinley, Delight, KPMG, JP Morgan, Mercer, and others. The students got several offers from the banking, finance and insurance sector (BFSI) on a salary of Rs 50 lakh per year. Also, 43% of the graduation batch received pre-placement offers.