Hyderabad: Great Lakes Institute of Management witnessed successful placements of PGPM (Post Graduate Program in Management) students’ batch of 2022. The average CTC grew by a 31% increase in pay packages from 13.6 lakhs per annum to 17.86 Lakhs per annum. Renowned companies such Accenture, ADP, Bain, Bristlecone, Deloitte, Cognizant, EY GDS, FedEx, HCL, Infosys, Incedo, Optum, Tiger Analytics, Zoom, and ZS Associates were some of those who hired Great Lakes PGPM students. Placement was observed across segments such as Analytics, Business & Technology Consulting, Product, Logistics & Supply Chain, Fin-tech, Healthcare, Sports, Ed-Tech and Digital. The highest Domestic CTC being INR 33.26 Lakhs per annum by a leading multinational consulting firm and the average CTC offered to the batch of 2022 was INR 17.86 Lakhs, the Top 10% average was 31.1 Lakhs.
Commenting on the 31% increase in the student pay package observed this year, Dr. Suresh Ramanathan, Dean & Principal, Great Lakes Institute of Management said “We are thrilled that our PGPM students are providing value to well-established corporates. The rich talent and hard work that our students consistently deliver to derive optimum results in the business world will surely aid them reach great heights professionally. The year 2022 saw an overwhelming result from recruiters with placements getting wrapped up in record time and with a noteworthy increase in salaries and the quality of roles offered.”
Mr. M. Balaji, Group Director – Corporate & Career Services, Great Lakes Institute of Management – Chennai, said, “We have created history with an unparalleled breakthrough this placement season with newer opportunities for the class of PGPM 2022. This is a result of our institution’s training and a steady increase in student performance that keeps reinforcing the faith of corporates to keep coming back to recruit from Great Lakes in addition to Brand New marquee corporates who hired first time. We are grateful to our recruiters who have been hiring from us year on year”