Consulting-Mckinsey, Accenture, BCG.
Sales and Marketing-HUL, ITC,Marico, NIVEA, Danone, Vodafone, Abbott, Redbull, Medtronic, J&J, Sun Pharma, Boston Scientific, Maruti Suzuki, Arvind Brands.
BFSI-Bank of America, JPMC, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, CITI, Stan C, Nomura, ICICI, DBS, Yes Bank, Kotak Mahindra, HDFC, Avendus Capital, Barclays.
General Management-Mahindra&Mahindra, JSW, Future Group.
IT-TCS, IBM, Hexaware, P&G, HUL, NIVEA, Danone also hired for Corporate finance roles. TATA Motors and TATA Steel offered multiple roles.
Thanks to its strong alumni base (Ms. Chanda Kochchar, Mr. Uday Kotak, Mr. Harish Manwani, Ms. Vinita Bali, Mr. Siddharth Roy Kapur, and the list is endless) and brand name, JBIMS is popularly known as 'the CEO churning factory'. The summer internships and placements in JBIMS is phenomenal and within few days all its students get placed with high earning stipend and salaries. One of the best part is that JBIMS intakes only 120 students every year and its students gain good placements in all business sectors - Finance, Marketing, Operations, HR, Consulting, General Management - and many companies have long term collaboration with JBIMS and have been visiting its campus since years. This year there were few startups that also offered interesting profiles to its students. The list of these companies can be accessed from the official JB website.
JBIMS Placement figures:
Annual salary = Rs. 17.42 lakh per annum
Median salary = Rs. 15.5 lakh per annum
Highest salary = Rs. 35 lakh per annum
JBIMS is one of the Ivy league MBA institutes in India and it is rightly known for its esteemed and experienced lists of professors that range from industrial stalwarts to successful entrepreneurs. Academics at JBIMS comprises of a perfect blend of theoretical and practical studies and here the professors imbibe students with practical management knowledge and case studies. Application-based study is preferred by most of professors teaching here.
Being a full-time MBA student in JBIMS student, one is always kept 'on the go' what with last-minute the lectures being scheduled! As JBIMS consists of mostly external faculty, expect the weekends to be very hectic! However, all these weekend lectures are worth it as one gets to learn and gain knowledge from industrial stalwarts like Prof. Boman Moradian, Prof. Manekar, Prof. Bhattacharjee, Prof. J.K. Kapoor, and the list seems endless. The lecture timings can range from 1 hour to 6 hours at a stretch depending on the professor teaching the subject.
Another USP of JBIMS is that its guest lectures which are held regularly so that the students get exposed to real-time management examples and scenarios. Personally, I found these lectures really helpful as it helped my broaden my horizons and we also get to interact with JBIMS alumni during these lectures via doubt sessions. There are approximately 2 to 3 guest lectures held every month and they cover all domains - finance, marketing, operations, HR, etc.