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Placements at FORE School of Management Peaks with a Package of 32 Lakhs

By Esquared Subscribe to RSS | April 30th 2012 | Views:

The final placement for the batch of 2010-2012 at FORE School of Management has defied all predictions of the global meltdown reaching India. In what is a clear testimony to the resilience and robustness of the Indian economy, as well as the high esteem in which industries hold the FORE School of Management, the highest package offered to a graduate of FORE School of Management this year grew nearly two-and-half times as compared to the previous batch. The Highest CTC this year – offered by Renewable Woods – is Rs. 32 lakhs per annum, as compared to 13 Lakhs per annum, last year.

As on 24 March 2012, 90% of the students of FORE School of Management have been placed with an average CTC of approximately Rs.8 lakhs per annum – about 12% more than the average CTC of the previous year, which was 7 lakhs per annum. The offers made to the students of FORE School of Management are through PPOs, PPIs and campus interviews.

The Director of FORE School of Management, Dr. Jitendra K. Das, pointed this out as a new high.

“I would like to congratulate the students and the faculty for their efforts to make the placement season a success. I would like to thank recruiters for their participation and recognizing that FORE School of Management has the best quality of students in the country.”

Infact, the momentum gained seems to have worked even for the next batch of FORE School of Management. Hundred percent students of the batch of 2011-2013 of FORE School of Management have received summer placement as on March 24, 2012, with an average, all-inclusive stipend of approximately Rs. 15,000 per month.

An elated Ms. Anita Lal, Chairperson of the Placement Team observed, “Our recruiters have placed their trust and faith, and have showed us that Fore School of Management students are among the best in the country.”

Last year, the placement cell of FORE School of Management - which targets and invites organisations to the campus for summer and final placements – and the Career Division of FORE School of Management – which comprises of student representatives who contribute to the placement efforts – were successful in bringing in 27 new companies including Google, Balmer & Lawrie, Deutsche Bank, Tata Steel, Sony, GMR Group, Jindal Steel and Yes Bank, over and above the regulars at FORE School of Management placements like AC Nielsen, Adidas, Asian Paints, Bajaj Allianz, BSE, Castrol, Citibank, Deloitte, Infosys, Indian Oil, ICICI Bank, HSBC, HDFC Bank, Oracle, Oriflame, Reckitt Benckiser, SBI, Standard Chartered, Ernst and Young etc. This year too has seen a spurt in the organizations participating in the placements of FORE School of Management, especially those from sectors like FMCG, Travel & Tourism, Banking & Insurance, Consulting, Media & Advertising, Hotel Industry, Education, Service Industry, Infrastructure, IT, Automobile Sector, etc.

It may be recalled that FORE School of Management was ranked head-and-shoulders above the other B-schools in the ‘News X–Indus Learning’ survey, published in ‘Mail Today’ about an year back, comparing B-schools in North India, and more specifically, Delhi-NCR. The FORE School of Management was top-ranked in two out of four categories – ‘Industry Interaction’ and ‘Potential to Network’ – of the survey.

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