IIM Ahmedabad Concludes Summer Placement Program, 47 Students find Employment

IIM Ahmedabad concluded the summer placement process in 3 clusters. New recruiters such as Yum Brands, Maersk Agrocorp Chr Hansen and Terviva participated in the placement drive.

IIM Ahmadabad

The PGP-FABM (Post-Graduate Programme in Food and Agribusiness Management) summer placement process at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad, has been completed for the batch of 2022-24. This year’s placements were conducted offline, after a gap of two years. 

A total of 38 companies participated in the placement process this year, coming from various sectors such as agrochemicals, commodities, food supply chain, food industry, Agri consulting, e-commerce, FMCG retail, and others.

IndiaEducation Counselling

This year, there were several returning recruiters, including Ernst & Young (EY), Reckitt, Banas Dairy, Amul, Godrej Agrovet, UPL, P&G, Nestle, PepsiCo, Marico, Pidilite, International Flavours & Fragrance (IFF), Zepto, Yes Bank, Dehaat, Country Delight, Everest Instruments, Ninjakart, Grow Indigo, Waycool, Licious and Stryker. Additionally, many new companies such as Yum Brands, Maersk Agrocorp Chr Hansen, and Terviva also participated.

IIM Ahmedabad has completed its summer placement process for 2022, with a total of 3 clusters. The first cluster was topped by Boston Consulting Group, with 28 offers. The second cluster saw participation from nearly 50 companies, including ABG, Adani, Bajaj, CK Birla, JSW Group, Piramal, Reliance and TAS. In the third cluster, over 35 firms participated and Tata Consultancy Services made the most offers with 11.

Cover Image
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Web Stories
Indian Navy Recruitment 2023: Apply for 372 Vacancies From May 15 JEE Main 2023 Paper 2 result to be out soon | Details here ICSI CSEET May Result 2023 Declared Indraprastha University Increases Supernumerary Seats for Foreign Students to Welcome Global Talent Rozgar Mela: PM Modi to Grant 71,000 Appointment Letters to New Appointees TODAY