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IIM Nagpur concludes Summer Placement for second batch of PGP in Management

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Students of the post-graduate programme (PGP) class of 2016-18 of the Indian Institute of Management Nagpur (IIMN) are in a celebratory mood after their batch recorded 100% summer placement like their senior batch last year.
 
This year more than 40 recruiters across all sectors offered IIMN students summer internship positions. IIMN has seen a significant increase in a number of first time recruiters even for the second batch of PGP students, a press release from the institute, which is being mentored by IIM Ahmedabad, said.
 
The recruiters’ list includes Yes Bank, BPCL, ICICI Lombard, Choice India, Calderys, Delivering Change Foundation (Sakal Group), IDBI Federal, Excellon, Diffusion Engineers, WCL and Persistent. Among these, ICICI Lombard and IDBI Federal made the highest number of offers, the release said.
 
Many of the students chose Sales and Marketing as their preferred domain while otehrs chose to undergo internship in domains such as Strategy, Consulting, Finance, Business Analytics, IT Consulting, Operation, and IOT.
 
Most of the students will be undergoing their summer internship in metro cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, as well as Nagpur.
 
IIMN Placement Coordinator, Ms. Srishty said, “I am glad that our batch received offers from prominent companies who offered interesting roles.”
 
Aniket Hinge, placement coordinator, said “The PGP batch of 2016-18 has performed excellently – both academically and professionally. Their summer internship placements speak for it. IIM Nagpur's presence is being felt in the corporate fraternity resulting in more number of new firms absorbing the talent pool at the Institute.”
 
Dr. Vijay Phate, In-charge Placement Office, said, “This year both the highest and the average stipend offered saw a significant jump. The highest stipend offered was Rs 1.6 lakh, and the average stipend of the batch also increased by 24% to Rs. 56,900.”
 
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