Placement Highlights

The ISB successfully conducted the ‘integrated’ placements for the PGP Class of 2015 across both Hyderabad and Mohali campuses.

Under this process, the ISB ensured campus-neutral placements that allowed 760 students of the Class of 2015 and recruiters an equal opportunity to interact with each other irrespective of the location.
The Integrated rolling placements at ISB saw a surge of 12 per cent in the number of total offers made to the ISB students this year.
Consulting sector was the largest recruiter, contributing 274 offers from 33 companies including A T Kearney, Accenture, Booz & Co, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Global eProcure, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, Oliver Wyman, Parthenon, PwC, Siemens Management Consulting, and ZS Associates among others. The E-Commerce sector made the second largest number of offers on campus. 142 offers were made by 15 companies such as Amazon, Bluestone Jewellery, BookMyShow, Flipkart, Myntra, Snapdeal and Quikr among others.
Function wise Consulting, General Management/Strategic Planning and Sales & Marketing were the most preferred areas for ISB graduates from the Class of 2015 attracting 20%, 16% and 11% of students respectively.
Women students at ISB, who comprise 30% of the class, fared exceptionally well both in terms of offers received as well as roles. Reflecting a trend of recruiting women for strategic roles, several leading companies offered key roles such as Country Head, Country Manager, DGM, EA to CEO and General Manager among others. Axis Bank’s ‘Women Leadership Programme’ returns to ISB: With an initiative that it exclusively introduced at ISB, Axis bank continued to hire women students in significant numbers from ISB for the third year running.
IT/ITES, BFSI and Pharma and healthcare sectors made up for 25% of the total offers jointly. The emerging markets story too played out strongly on the campus this year with several international offers being made. An interesting highlight of the international placements was the participation of companies from Africa.

With several ISB students having prior international work experience, combined with the learning of handling emerging markets, companies hired them for global positions. International roles offered include locations such as Singapore, The Middle East, Africa and Europe.
The placement season for C02015 yielded a total of 987 offers for the 760 participating students. Some students opted out of the process to start their own ventures, return to their companies or family businesses.

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CTC Data

Average Domestic CTC (in Rs.)
Class of 2011
 INR 1,792,715 (*)
Class of 2012
INR 18,83,403 (*)
Class of 2013INR 17,41,081 (*)
Class of 2014INR 18,15,964 (*)
Class of 2015INR 19,12,444 (*)

(*) Sharing mid 80 percentile offer average from this year onwards.

No. of Companies Registered
No. of Offers made
Class of 2011
Class of 2012
Class of 2013423819
Class of 2014350884
Class of 2015267987