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Success for Shoolini MBA Campus Placement Week

More than 15 leading Multinational and Indian companies have selected 83 MBA students for final and summer placements during the 5-days campus placement week from March 15– 21, 2012.
“I am humbled by the confidence that top companies have reposed in us by choosing our students to augment their managerial pool,” said Munish Sapra, Dean, Shoolini School of Business Management. “Our graduates are equipped with diverse skills, and their transformational year at Shoolini has helped them to boost their capabilities and move along their chosen career paths”, further added Atul Khosla, Executive Trustee.
The average salary package for final placement was Rs. 4.1 lakh with the maximum offered being upwards of Rs. 8 lakh. The maximum stipend offered for summer interns was Rs. 20000/- per month.
Being the first private university in Himachal Pradesh to introduce a campus placement week, this concept was in conformity with the IIMs and other top Business schools in the country. The companies that participated included: Genpact, ICICI Prudential, Marsh & Mclennan, Aditya Birla Group, C-Step, Aegon Religare, Toyota, Neva Garments, Abacus Offshore from Seychelles, India Infoline, Vardhman Group, HRD Agro, NSS Advisors, Meridan Medicare and Shivalik Bimetals.

Considering the quality of students and faculty, multiple leading MNCs and Indian companies had selected Shoolini University’s School of Business Management for the recruitment of managers in their organizations.

“To have a job in hand after working so hard, it is a sigh of relief for me and now I am ready explore the opportunity” said Shashank Kaul, who has been offered a job in Genpact, a global leader in business process management and technology management.

While congratulating the selected students, Dr PK Khosla, Vice Chancellor of Shoolini University said that it is a matter of great achievement for our School of Business Management to get leading MNCs and Indian companies to physically come to the campus in what represents a first-of-its kind placement week in Himachal Pradesh.