More number of IIM graduates are heading to fresh and growing start-ups in 2015 as compared to previous year, according to a survey report by ETI. The report further states that one in every nine students from 2013-15 batch of top B-Schools in India will attempt to join e-commerce companies as compared to one among nineteen in 2012-14 batch. Adding to the turn over, is the growing offers by the e-commerce companies that have raised their offer upto 120 percent. The report also states that the traditional recruiters are under pressure as the best of the talents are being drained towards the growing companies. Paytm firm solely aims to hire 100 students from all campuses offering up to 10-20 lakhs.
*Arinadam Bhattacharya, CEO BCG India said, " The value proposition that consulting firms offered to the best of talent still stands. We are a people-centric profession, maybe we just need to sharpen the value preposition a bit more.
Institutes like IIM Lucknow, IIM Kozhikode, IIM Shillong, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Managment and Studies, SP Jain Institutes of Management, Xavier Institute of Management along with many others have already completed their final placements. Sharad Sharma, angel investor and former head of Yahoo said, "This is just how the industry was in the initial days. First it attracted only engineers and then when operations increased, they needed managers from top B-schools to expand."