FMS Placement 2014-16: Sumptuous Hike in Stipends

HTCampus Expert updated on : 17 Mar 2016

The placement session witnessed industries visiting from myriad sectors like FMCG/ FMCD, Consulting, E-Commerce, BFSI, Telecom, Manufacturing and Technology, Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, etc.

FMS Placement 2016
FMS has concluded its placement season for the batch of 2014-16. The recent placement drive conducted on a high note, recruited MBA candidates with lavish offers.
 
The placement session witnessed industries visiting from myriad sectors like FMCG/ FMCD, Consulting, E-Commerce, BFSI, Telecom, Manufacturing and Technology, Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, etc.
 
 
 

 

To ensure a smooth and transparent process for the companies, some important measures were taken. Firstly, a slotting exercise was done to democratically decide when a company would come in the placement process. Also, for the second year in a row, a scheduling algorithm was run in the placement process to optimally match the company and student’s preferences during the recruitment exercise.
 
To encourage entrepreneurship, FMS provides a placement holiday to students who wish to pursue their own ventures and allows them to participate in a subsequent placement process for up to 2 years, in case they want to avail the opportunity.
 
Companies Visited from Myraid Sectors:
 
  • Sales and Marketing: Adobe, Alshaya, Asian Paints, Bajaj, BCCL, Casio, Coca-Cola, Dr. Redd’s, Emami, Future Group, GAIL, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages, Heinz, HUL etc.
  • Consulting: Accenture, Strategy, BCG, Deloitte, S&O, EY Consulting, FI Consulting and PwC PRTM. Approx. recruited 32 students from FMS
  • Finance: Avendus Capital, Morgan Stanley and Spark Capital, Americal Express, Airtel, Axis Bank, CDFI, Deutsche Bank, Edelweiss, ICCI Bank, IDFI Bank, Indusland Bank, J.P Morgan, Karvy Finance, Standard Chartered, Trident Group, Vodafone etc.

 

 

 

 

2016 Placement Highlights:

  • Highest CTC of 1.02 crores ($150,000)
  • Highest Domestic CTC of 66 lakhs
  • Average CTC rose by 20% to 20.5 lakhs
  • Median CTC rose by 21% to 20 lakhs
  • Average CTC for top 50% batch rose by 25% to 25.5 lakhs
  • 30% increase in the number of offers in Finance/BFSI sector from 2015
  • 15% of finance roles offered in Front‐End Investment Banking
  • Largest recruiters at FMS include EY Consulting(13), Accenture Strategy (9), Star India (8), ITC (7) and M.H. Alshaya (7)
  • 26% of batch placed in Consulting roles
  • 25% increase in number of PPOs accepted
  • Average CTC for female candidates rose by 20% to 20.9 lakhs
  • Average CTC for male candidates rose by 21% to 20.4 lakhs
  • HUL Lime-National Winners
  • Nestle 4Ps Challengers- National Winners(Second year in a row)

 

Source: MediaCell, FMS Delhi

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