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FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, DELHI

PLACEMENTS 2015

Placement Conveners Message


It gives us immense pleasure to communicate that our Final Placement Process has
been successfully completed. This year we witnessed more enthusiastic participation
from the corporate world in the talent pool nurtured by FMS Delhi. This year saw
greater participation from fast growing, emerging businesses. Our average salary for
the batch also went up significantly. This stands testimony to the quality of students
who graduate from the Faculty of Management Studies and the relevance of its
curriculum to the needs of the world of business.
This process was facilitated by the availability of a diverse pool of students for the
variety of profiles offered by the companies across different domains. The students as
well as the companies had the opportunity to meet mutual aspirations and
expectations.
This year also witnesses a positive shift in the process of Placements. Before the onset
of the Final Placement Process, the aspirants were made to give their preferences for
the companies and the profiles that they were aspiring for. This was then matched with
the preference given by the companies after they had made offers to the candidates.
This process was carried out to achieve the best fit between student and job, which
would be advantageous to both parties in the long run. It also helped the team to
maintain a high degree of transparency in the process. We are indeed very upbeat
about the positive feedback and reaction we have received from corporate leaders to
the campus. We hope this relationship continues for years to come.
The entire process has been successful because of the effort and dedication of all the
stakeholders involved in it. This gives us an opportunity to extend a heartfelt gratitude
to all the recruiters who exhibited immense faith in the skills and aptitudes of the
students of FMS Delhi . We would also like to express our thanks to our fellow faculty
members, students and the illustrious alumni who have been a great source of support
and encouragement in the smooth conduct of the Placement Process. Last, but not
the least, we extend a word of gratitude to our Dean, Prof. M. L. Singla, for being a
pillar of strength to all of us.
Dr. Kavita Singh
Placement Convener
Dr Amit Bardhan
Placement Co-Convener

PLACEMENT REPORT
Introduction
Celebrating 60 glorious years of its inception, Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi
witnessed yet another year of exceptional placements both in terms of the
compensation and the profiles on offer. The successful conclusion of the recruitment
cycle bears testimony to the exceptional student quality and the faith recruiters have
reposed in the placement process.
Placement Process
The placements were conducted in two phases with the first one (Lateral Placements)
being for students having prior work experience of more than 18 months and the
second phase (Final Placements) for students with lesser/no work experience.
To ensure a smooth and transparent process for both the recruiters and the students
two important measures were put in place. First, the students undertook a Company
Slotting exercise to decide on the order in which the companies should visit the
campus for recruitment. Second, a scheduling algorithm was devised keeping in mind
preferences of both the students and the recruiters and the same was used for the first
time during the Final Placement process.

Number of students in batch of 2015


Number of students signed out/taken Placement Holiday
Students participating after entrepreneurial stints
Number of students appearing for placements
Number of companies confirming participation
Number of companies who made offers to students
Number of offers made

222
7
2
217
102
75
236

Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of

60
42
71
70
105

pre-placement offers made


pre-placement offers accepted
offers made in Lateral Placements
accepted offers in Lateral Placements
accepted offers in Final Placements

Sector/Domain Overview
Companies from a host of different sectors and domain recruited students for a
variety of functions and roles. A total of 217 students received 236 offers primarily
across the following sectors: Consulting & General Management, Sales and Marketing,
BFSI, E-Commerce and IT & Operations.
Consulting/General Management
Accenture Strategy and Deloitte USI (S&O) made the highest number of offers 11
and 10 respectively. The Boston Consulting Group hired 3 students testifying the
campus calibre in this domain. Other recruiters in this domain were Capgemini,
Cognizant Business Consulting, EY, Infosys Management Consulting, KPMG, etc.
Firms which hired students in General Management roles include Cipla, Mahindra &
Mahindra, Reliance Industries Limited, Tata Administrative Services, Tata
Communications, Welspun, etc.
Accenture Strategy
Bain Capability Centre
Deloitte India
TAS
RIL
Mahindra & Mahindra

The Boston Consulting Group


Deloitte USI
EY Consulting
Capgemini Consulting
Infosys MC
Cognizant BC
KPMG Consulting
Tata Communications
Airtel
Welspun Corp
Cipla

Sales & Marketing


The FMCG sector saw some of the most prestigious firms in the country making
offers at FMS Delhi . Some of these firms include Asian Paints, Coca-Cola, Henkel,
Hindustan Unilever, ITC, Johnson & Johnson, Nestle, PepsiCo, RB, etc. A host of
consumer durables firms such as Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, etc. hired for a variety
of roles.
HUL
Johnson & Johnson
PepsiCo
Dell
Hector Beverages
Amazon
Star
Citibank
PayTM

Nestle
Asian Paints
Coca-Cola
HP
Emami
Snapdeal.com
HT Media
HSBC
HDFC Bank

RB
Nivea
Samsung
Philips
Google
Microsoft
Times OOH
American Express
Tata Steel

ITC
Henkel
Vodafone
Ericsson
Lenovo
MakeMyTrip
Axis Bank
Bajaj

Finance
More than 40 offers were received from companies from the BFSI space. Avendus
Capital hired for its prestigious Investment Banking and Wealth Management
divisions. Students of 2015 batch would be joining giants such as Citibank, Deutsche
Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, etc. All major Indian banks Axis Bank, HDFC Bank,
ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank, SBI, Yes Bank, etc. recruited from FMS Delhi. SBI
Capital Markets and Hannover Re also extended offers to the students. Corporate
Finance roles were offered by Nestle and Vodafone among others.

Avendus Capital
Goldman Sachs
HDFC Bank
SBI
Nestle

Deutsche Bank
HSBC
ICICI Bank
IndusInd
Magma FinCorp

Citibank
Axis Bank
SBI Capital Markets
Yes Bank
Vodafone

E-Commerce & IT services/Operations


FMS Delhi saw e-Commerce giants like Amazon, Info Edge, MakeMyTrip, etc.
recruiting students in good numbers. First time recruiters in this sector were CarTrade,
Housing, Magicbricks, PayTM, Shopclues, Snapdeal, etc. A variety of roles in product
management, operations, account management, online marketing, etc. were offered.
Major participants in the technology segment were Ericsson, Google, HCL, Samsung
and Wipro. HCL hired 8 students for its prestigious Global Engagement Manager
profile.

Amazon
MakeMyTrip
Lenovo
ShopClues
CarTrade

Snapdeal
Mjunction
HCL
Housing
Vmock

Info Edge
PayTM
Wipro
Magic Bricks

Key Highlights
217 students received 236 offers with an average CTC of INR 17.04 LPA
Average compensation of the top 50% of the offers accepted was INR 20.46 LPA
60 PPOs were made, a 58% increase over the previous year
52 students received offers with CTC upwards of INR 20 LPA
Offers from The Boston Consulting Group, Accenture Strategy and Deloitte USI
combined more than doubled from 11 to 24 over the previous year
25% increase in the number of offers made in Consulting and General Management
5 times more offers received in E-commerce sector compared to previous year
Corporate Competitions
For aspiring managers corporate competitions are a perfect avenue to prove their
mettle and over the years students from FMS Delhi have performed exceedingly well
in these. This year was no different with FMS Delhi taking home the crown in an
unprecedented five national/international level corporate competitions. These include
Amazon ACE Challenge (International Winners)
Philips Blueprint (National Winners)
Nestle 4P Challenge (National Winners)
Coca-Cola Showcase (National Winners)
Henkel Innovation Challenge National Winners, 2nd Runners Up (International)
The winners of these competitions received more than 10 PPIs/PPOs in all. To add
to that, following is a list of competitions the students at FMS Delhi have won in the
recent past:

PepsiCo Become Indra's Advisers Competition 2 time National Winners


KPMG International Case Competition National Winners, Represented India at
Brazil
Mahindra War Room 2 time National Winners
ITC Interrobang National Winners
HUL Lime National Runners Up
Tata Business Leadership Awards National Runners Up
Titan Elevate National Runners Up
Hyundai Global Youth Marketing Camp National Winners, Represented India at
Seoul, South Korea

PLACEMENT STATISTICS
Sector Stats

PPO Offers
Campus Offers

222
Strength of
2015 Batch

Number of
offers made

236
57

217
Placement
Candidates

42
38
28
21
17

14

13

12
6
1

15
9

75
Companies
making
offers
236
Offers
made

Domain Stats
PPO Offers
Campus Offers

105

236

Number of
offers made

27.6%
Batch
received
PPOs

57

27
12

60
PrePlacement
Offers

24
7

22

28
11

160 : 57
Male to
Female
Ratio
25
Average
Age of
Candidates

Each graph has a scale independent of the others.

Compensation statistics
69
Number of
offers accepted

17.04 LPA
Average
CTC

43

39

33
19

12

16.50 LPA
Median
CTC

2
CTC in LPA

0-9.9

10-11.9

CTC in LPA
Average - Black
Median - White

12-13.9

18.33
17.60

14-15.9 16-19.9

20-23.9

>24

35.00 LPA
Highest
domestic
CTC

18.34

16.40

15.89

16.25

14.50

16.50

52
Candidates
>20 LPA
CTC
Domain

Con/
Gen. Man.

IT/Ops

S&M

Finance

Under-graduation stream based offer statistics


Consulting/ Gen. Man.

Sales & Marketing

IT/Systems/Operations

Finance

Number of
offers accepted

16.9
Average
CTC for
Males

31
11

19
21

13

5
6

7
1

Mech/Civil/Industrial
29
27

BCom/BSc/Arts

ECE/EEE/Instrument.

2
8

1
4

CSE/IT

Chem/Bio

17.45
Average
CTC for
Females
17.23
Average
CTC for
Engineers
15.72 Avg.
CTC for
NonEngineers

Others**
** Pharma, Medicine, Architecture, etc.
Each graph has a scale independent of the others.

Pre-MBA work exp. based statistics


CTC in LPA

Work Exp.
in months

Number of
offers made

18.34

16.36

1-12

17.33

16.98

13-24

25-36

23
Consulting

15
Gen. Man.

6
IT/Systems/Ops.

Work Exp. 0-18 months

Avg. CTC
highest for
1-12 month
work exp.

>36

34
Consulting

66
S&M

24
Finance

102
Candidates
>18 months
Work Exp.

16.12

9
Gen. Man.

16
IT/Systems/Ops.

39
S&M

4
Finance

Work Exp.
preferred in
Consulting

Low Work
Exp.
preferred in
Finance

Work Exp. > 18 months

60 Years of FMS
The institute is celebrating its diamond jubilee this academic year and to mark the
occasion more than 60 senior corporate leaders were invited for a special Leadership
Talk Series. The following are some of the many corporate leaders who participated:
Mr. Ajoy Misra : CEO of Tata Global Beverages
Mr. Ankur Warikoo : Head, Groupon APAC Emerging Markets
Mr. Arvind Bali, MD & CEO, Videocon
Mr. Gaurav Dang : CFO ExxonMobil, India
Mr. Hitesh Oberoi : MD & CEO, Info Edge India Ltd.
Mr. Jean-Christophe Letellier : MD, L'Oral India
Mr. Jerome Booth, Chairman New Sparta Ltd.
Mr. Moninder Jain : MD, ASEAN & India Region, Logitech
Mr. Praveen Sinha : Co-Founder and MD, Jabong.com
Mr. R. Mukundan, MD at Tata Chemicals Ltd.
Ms. Shaheen M. : CEO, Teach For India (TFI)
Ms. Sudipta Sen Gupta : Head of Marketing, Carlsberg Group India
Mr. Sumit D. Chowdhury : President, Reliance Jio Infocomm
Mr. Troy Malone : GM, Asia Pacific & Mr. Ken Gullicksen, CSO, Evernote
Mr. Vivek N Gour : MD & CEO, Airworks

Corporate Relations and Placements


Faculty of Management Studies
North Campus
University of Delhi
Delhi 110007
placement@fms.edu