GMP Placements…

10 04 2008

The placement reports have started appearing all over the internet… I think I am all set to XL this year πŸ™‚

Here are a few reports… I will append to this post as and when I find more readable matter!

“With just two years of organized placement support from the Institute, the one year General Management Programme of XLRI has firmly established itself as a source of quality talent for recruiters. There were a number of recruiters who personally expressed their extreme satisfaction with the quality of the participants. These positive comments reinforce our belief that we are doing things right as far as our one year programme goes.” quoted Prof. Uday Damodaran, Chairperson of the Placements at XLRI.

Full article here

“Reaching an all-time high, the general management programme, a one-year full-time management programme, concluded a successful season of placements for its 2008 batch, with its students fetching an average salary of Rs 17.80 lakh per annum β€” an increase of 20 per cent from last year β€” while the highest domestic offer stood at Rs 33.8 lakh. The average international offer was $1,30,000, once again an increase of 30 per cent from last year.”

Full article here

“XLRI has received an overwhelming response from the industry for its one-year full-time general management programme (GMP). Its batch of 53 participating students received 101 job offers from 54 Companies, as against 23 Companies last year.”

Full article here–salaries-up/295405/




One response

9 05 2008
Questions about XLRI GMP clarified « Life in the fast lane…

[…] Updates – Read press release about placements […]

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