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  • FORE School of Management scales new heights with 2012 placements

    FORE School of Management, Qutab Institutional Area, which has concluded its campus placement process for the Class of 2012, had a lot to cheer about. The highest salary offered to a FORE graduate this year was INR 32 lakh (offered by the Singapore- based plantation company, Renewable Woods), compared with INR 13 lakh in 2011, and the average annual pay package went from last year’s INR 7 lakh to INR 8 lakh.

    The Class of 2012, comprising 268 students enrolled in the school’s PGDM (full- time and part- time) and International Business Management programmes, received job offers across functions and also from first- time recruiters.

    Out of the 111 companies that visited the campus this year, 32 were first- time recruiters.

    Prominent among them were Tata Motors, HSBC, Castrol, Genpact, CB Richards Ellis, UB Group, Michael Page International and EXL. This information was shared by FORE School’s Director, Jitendra K. Das, at the 19th annual convocation where N. R. Narayana Murthy, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Infosys, delivered a lesson in good leadership.

    “As you step into your professional life,” Murthy said, “be part of the change you want to bring and lead such changes by thoughts and actions.” Das, who presented the annual activity report, announced the introduction of 20 new courses in the full-time PDGM programme and 12 in its part time variant.

    FSM 2012 Placement Statistics

    Batch Strength
    No. of Companies Participated
    No. of offers made
    Average CTC offered
    Rs. 8 lakhs p.a
    Highest CTC offered
    Rs. 32 lakhs p.a
    No of New Recruiters

    He also talked about the school’s new phase of going international through exchange programmes and tie-ups with prestigious management schools such as ESC Rennes School of Business (France), Faculty of Business, University of New Brunswick (Canada), Savannah State University (Georgia, USA) and Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. “More agreements are in the pipeline with universities in North America, Europe and the Asia- Pacific,” Das informed the graduating students.

    “From the present batch onwards our students will be exposed to an intensive immersion programme at various international B- Schools,” he added.

    FORE School is going places, and how!

    Source: Mail Today