Placements at Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad reach new heights this season with recruiters having snapped up students as early as September. With 60 students already placed in reputed companies across industries, VJIM has made its mark in the onoing placement season for Management students.
Deloitte made a big swoop with a total of seventeen students followed by ITC, Tech Mahindra, TIME Education, Conduira Online, ICICI Bank, HDFC, Shriram Housing Finance wile the rest were picked by AutoRabit, Schindler, Fitch Ratings, Nestle Godrej Consumer Products. The average salary so far touched Rs. 5.4 lacs per annum with eighty percent median at Rs 5.0 lacs pa. The minimum salary offered to a student this year was Rs. 4.0 lacs per annum and highest offered, was Rs. 6.5 lacs per annum.
The usual profiles offered to the graduates of VJIM are, Management Trainee, Audit Consultant, Associate Analyst, Asst. Manager, Financial Planning Analyst, Marketing Analyst, Tax Consulting, Research Analyst, Sales Management Trainee and Business Development Analyst.
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management strives to provide differentiators that cannot be termed ‘ordinary’ or ‘suitable for all’. They do believe that the so-called competitive differentiators i.e. aspects that make VJIM unique when compared to other players in their field. It forms the basis of of their success and will allow them growth in a competitive and dynamic business market environment.
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management’s Business Conclave helps to develop recruiter network and add new recruiters to their list in view of the increased batch sizes over the years. This has helped them greatly in the successful recruitment of all of their students since and after the year 2012. The conclaves help VJIM students to generate direct and indirect contacts. It gives students a comfortable environment to grow and exist in. Apart from that, programs like Deloitte Maverick helps students to gain access to people from various companies otherwise.
Placed with Deloitte, Anupama Gopakumar of the Class of 2015, says the nurturing and team values learnt at VJIM are what help her now that she is a year old in the corporate world. Ridhima Gupta of the class of 2015, who made it as a senior analyst at Facebook added that although it is the individual zeal to excel, VJIM’s environment was responsible for her learning and excelling with ample cheques and balances.