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Highest package for DU’s FMS students at Rs 2.41 lakh for two months, up by 5% from last year

Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) at the University of Delhi has concluded the summer season internship placement course of for its 2020-22 batch with all its students being positioned regardless of the pandemic. The highest ever common stipend has been registered at Rs 2,41,400 for two months, a rise of 5 per cent from the last year. This year 64 per cent of the batch — 183 candidates — acquired a stipend of Rs 2 lakh and above. There was a ten per cent improve within the median package to Rs 2.20 lakh, the FMS stated in an official assertion.

Around 18 per cent of students had been employed in consulting and common administration domains, whereas 12 per cent acquired presents for finance roles, as per the varsity. Around 42 per cent of the students accepted presents in gross sales and advertising, rolled out by essentially the most prestigious companies throughout the nation.

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There was a report 43 per cent improve within the e-Commerce/IT/operations roles in comparison with last year with 67 accepted presents from recruiters corresponding to Amazon, Adobe, Byju’s, Cloudtail, Flipkart, Google, Infoedge, Microsoft, Optum, Purplle, and Udaan. There was a 34 per cent improve within the variety of presents in e-commerce, as per FMS.

Apart from legacy recruiters within the FMCG area, S&M roles had been supplied within the healthcare, pharmaceutical, shopper electronics, retail, e-commerce, and industrial items sector. Some of the outstanding recruiters embrace Asian Paints, Coca-Cola, Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL), ITC, Johnson and Johnson, L’Oréal, Mondelez, Reckitt Benckiser, Samsung, Tata Sky, and United Breweries. New recruiters added to the checklist this year included huge names like Bajaj Auto, CRISIL, DE Shaw, Gartner, Lubrizol, Mastercard, Myntra, Sony Pictures Network, Standard Chartered, Unacademy, United Breweries, and YES Bank.



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