Imarticus Learning's first round of placements for 2018 culminates successfully; registers a 20% rise in the number of students finding on-campus placement

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 06 July 2018, 06:50 Hrs
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campussImarticus Learning, India’s leading professional education firm, recently concluded its placement programme for students enrolled in its courses, with 1031 students being placed in 2018 so far. Some of the firms where students from the institute were placed include BNP Paribas, GlobeOp, JP Morgan, EClerx, BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Edelweiss, and Cognizant.

The number of candidates being placed this year grew by 20% as compared to last year. The highest salary package during this year’s placement programme was INR 15 lakhs, rising by 24% from last year. In addition, the average salary bagged by candidates was INR 4 lakh this year, growing by 12% from 2017. The top firms which participated in the recruitments at Imarticus Learning belonged primarily to sectors such as analytics, banking, and financial services, etc. The majority of candidates at 40% were placed in banks, 30% at financial services firms and 30% at analytics firms.

Nikhil Barshikar, Founder, and Director, Imarticus Learning, commented, “Our tailored learning programmes help widen the spectrum of careers that candidates across both entry and advanced levels can access, by equipping them with industry-relevant skills. The number of candidates placed through our programmes has grown steadily each year across multiple sectors and job roles, with the trend continuing in our latest recruitment season as well. While companies from the banking and financial services sectors are among the biggest recruiters in terms of the number of hires, there was a considerable rise in the number of candidates being placed in the analytics sector this year.”

Imarticus Learning is a leading ed-tech firm that offers a broad range of Learning and Development (L&D) solutions, designed to assist companies to meet their evolving skillset requirements and help professionals stay relevant by gaining in-demand skills in areas like banking, finance, and analytics. The firm also helps candidates secure placements in major organizations like EY, Motilal Oswal, Genpact, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citi Bank, HDFC Bank, KPMG, and Accenture, amongst many others from its network of 300+ corporates. The firm has trained more than 30,000 candidates so far and aims to train 55,000 candidates by 2020.

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