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XIMB registers 100% placement in Xuberance 2014

Bhubaneswar: Premier B-school Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar (XIMB), registered 100 per cent placements in its annual campus recruitment drive - Xuberance 2014.
All the students of Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) (Business Management) of 2012-14 batch grabbed lucrative job offers. 

“Despite the prevailing uncertainty in market conditions and the ever-increasing competitions, XIMB is proud for fruitful completion of Xuberance’14 with 100 per cent placements for the PGDM (BM) batch of 2012-2014,” said Prof Saveeta Mohanty, Faculty Coordinator, Placements.

For the PGDM in Business Management batch, the highest domestic salary stood at Rs 18 Lakh per annum while the average annual compensation stood at Rs 12.08 lakh per annum and the media annual compensation stood at Rs 11.25 lakh per annum.
 The highest international package offered was of USD 40,750 per annum.
For the PGDM-Rural Management (RM) batch, the highest domestic salary stood at Rs 11.1 lakh per annum.  Similarly, for the PGDM-Human Resource Management batch the highest domestic salary stood at Rs 18 lakh.
Fr. Paul Fernandes, Director- XIMB, said, “The talent offered by PGDM (RM) program attracted recruiters from a wide spectrum of sectors.”
“Our alumni have achieved unprecedented heights in domains related to rural sector. It is an indicator of illustrious position of our RM course in the industry,” added Prof Mohanty.

While Xuberance ‘14 saw the batch of 176 candidates of PGDM (BM) programme participating in the placement process, 54 companies participated of which 18 were new recruiters.

Similarly, Xuberance ’14 saw the PGDM (HRM) batch of 59 candidates participating in the placement process while 34 companies participated out of which 18 were new recruiters.

Likewise, XIMB successfully completed placements for its 2012-2014 Rural Management graduates. While a batch of 55 candidates of PGDM-RM programme participated in the placement process, 24 companies participated of which five were new recruiters.

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