|(Audited by Sorab S. Engineer & Co.)|
|Year of Graduation||MBA Summer Placement Report||MBA Final Placement Report||GSCM Summer Placement Report||GSCM Final Placement Report|
|2013||Batch 2011-2013||Batch 2011-2013||N.A.||N.A.|
|2014||Batch 2012-2014||Batch 2012-2014||Batch 2013-2014||Batch 2013-2014|
|2015||Batch 2013-2015||Batch 2013-2015||Batch 2014-2015||Batch 2014-2015|
|2016||Batch 2014-2016||Batch 2014-2016||Batch 2015-2016||Batch 2015-2016|
|2017||Batch 2015-2017||Batch 2015-2017||Batch 2016-2017||Batch 2016-2017|
|2018||Batch 2016-2018||Batch 2016-2018||Batch 2017-2018||Batch 2017-2018|
|2019||Batch 2017-2019||Batch 2017-2019||Batch 2018-2019||Batch 2018-2019|
IIMU's Corporate Relations Team oversees the placement process. Under their supervision, two Student Placements Committees (one for the MBA program and one for PGPX) facilitate all interactions with the companies. A Relationship Manager is assigned to be a specific point of contact for each company to follow up on the IIM placements.
Eight week long summer internships are mandatory for the MBA Program students during the months of April and May.
Companies have the option of engaging with the students using pre-placement presentations where they brief them about the projects on offer.
The dates for the selection process each year are posted in the "Calendar" section of this website. Companies are invited to campus based on their convenience and the slot is decided after discussion with the Student Placements Committee.
Typically, the IIM placements process begins with shortlisting based on the resumes of the students. For MBA students, this is usually followed by group processes like GDs, case studies or written tests, depending on a company's selection policy.
The final selections are generally based on one or more rounds of personal interviews. The companies provide a list of the selected students to the Student Placements Committee. Most companies also indicate the students whom they want to keep on the waiting list, ensuring that both the companies and the students are able to make the most appropriate choice.
Companies send official letters to the candidates through the Student Placements Committee. The HR managers then take over and connect the candidates to their project mentors in the company and take them through the induction process.
Summer Internship Review
IIMU is committed to ensuring that students deliver their best performance during the internships. There are three reviews: one at the end of the second week; one midway through; and one at the end of the project.
Companies have the opportunity to make final job offers to candidates who perform exceptionally well in the internships before the start of the final placement process.We encourage companies to visit our campus and conduct the entire process in person. When this is not practical, Skype, video-conferencing and telephonic facilities are available.
For any additional information, do not hesitate to contact the Corporate Relations Office: