IIM Udaipur scores 100% placements for its Digital Enterprise Management MBA batch

CTC increased to Rs 21 lakh per year

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New Delhi:

The Indian Institute of Management (IIM Udaipur) has recorded 100% placement for its one-year full-time MBA in Digital Business Management for the second consecutive year. The CTC has risen to Rs 21 lakh per year. “This year, students entered the maximum package of Rs 32.21 lakh, the average package of Rs 21.30 lakh and the median package of Rs 20 lakh. The maximum package was increased by 5%, the average by 7 % and the median 10 percent,” the statement read.

A total of 47 companies participated in the placement season and 128 positions were offered to students. Large technology companies such as Accenture Technology, Cognizant, EXL, Innovate Digital, Conga and other IT services and IT consulting companies have offered industry-specific roles. TransWorld Group of Companies offered international roles in digital marketing, analytics, and business strategy roles.





Companies like Accenture Strategy, IBM, Cognizant, Thoucentric, TheMathCompany and Lumiq have offered technology and management consulting roles. Retail and e-commerce companies like Reliance Digital and Flipkart, and business analytics companies like LatentView Analytics have offered analytics roles. Companies such as Publicis Sapient, Digite, Accolite Digital and Decimal Technologies have offered product roles. IT services and consulting majors including Thoughtworks, Mphasis, Infosys Consulting also participated in the recruitment drive, the statement said.

This year, the MBA batch is composed of 26 students with 3 to 5 years of professional experience and 11 students with more than 5 years of professional experience. Professor Janat Shah, Director of IIM Udaipur, said, “I congratulate the one-year MBA in Digital Business Management (DEM) for being 100% placed in in-demand roles. lot size and the exceptional response by recruiters shows the evolution of business paradigms and the growing importance of digital learning in the managerial ecosystem.”

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