PGDM students placed in e-commerce, EdTech, software companies


JK Business School Internships: PGDM students are placed in leading companies like EY, Flipkart, Decathlon, BYJUs, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Vedantu.

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NEW DELHI: JK Business School has concluded its annual internships for the 2020-21 session for the Graduate Diploma in Management. While the highest international annual salary received by PGDM students is 24 lakh, that of the domestic worker is 16 lakh. Average and median wages have increased to 5.05 lakhs and 3.83 lakhs per year respectively, according to a statement from JKBS.

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About 82 organizations participated in annual internships in JKBS, including top recruiters such as EY, Berger Paints, Flipkart, Transport Corporation of India, Decathlon, Ameriprise Financial, Future Supply Chain, Unison International, BYJUs, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Pristyncare and Vedantu.

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This year, 19 students were placed in four large organizations while 16 students were hired by EY. Apart from that, students have also been placed in banking, logistics, FMCGs, recruiting firms, retail, IT, healthcare, etc., according to a statement from JK Business School.

The PGDM program is a two-year course that focuses on topics such as finance, marketing, human resources, business analysis, digital marketing and analytics, logistics, and global trade.

In addition, the program also offers modules such as Placement Preparation Program, Communicative English, Outgoing Team Building Program, Interaction with Industry, Personality and Soft Skills Development, corporate labels, entrepreneurship, financial planning for young investors, project management skills, digital marketing, etc.

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Sanjiv Marwah, Director of JK Business School, said: “With the outbreak of the pandemic, many young management graduates across the country still face high levels of uncertainty in terms of placement. Whereas, students in the 2021 class of JK Business School hit a stellar placement record with the highest package rising to 24 lakh from 12.40 last year despite the turmoil of the global pandemic.

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