Placement trends for the Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) MBA batch of 2015-17 is indicating yet another strong placement season. This season has already seen a 20% increase in number of recruiters with drives being conducted by a host of well-known recruiters.
Axis Bank, Amazon, Decathlon, ICICI Bank, ITC Hotels, People Strong, and TeraReach are some of the prominent recruiters so far this year. In terms of sectoral representation, BFSI, Digital Marketing, and E-Commerce have registered a greater presence this year, while Hospitality is a new addition. As of now, the average CTC offered is Rs 7.42 lacs p.a., with Amazon and Axis Bank making some of the highest offers of ~Rs 8 lacs p.a. plus incentives.
Placements are ongoing with nearly 50% of all participating students having been placed, including two students who have received PPOs from their 2016 Summer Internships. The School expects a strong close to the batch’s placements well before graduation.
JGBS offers a multidisciplinary global business education to foster academic excellence through industry partnerships and global collaborations. We seek to make an impact through our various degree programmes, executive education, research and consulting. The degree programmes we offer include: BBA, Integrated BBA-MBA, MBA and PhD.
JGBS is backed by the rich legacy of Jindal Global University (JGU), a non-profit global university established by the Haryana Private Universities (Second Amendment) Act, 2009 in memory of Mr. O.P. Jindal, and recognised by The University Grants Commission. The vision of JGU is to promote global courses, global programmes, global curriculum, global research, global collaborations, and global interaction through a global faculty. JGU is situated on an 80-acre state-of
Many of us are familiar with Homer’s epic Odyssey, the sequel to the blind bard’s martial yarn Iliad. Odyssey is the story of how Odysseus, one of the many heroes who fought in the ten-year long Trojan war, finds his way back to Ithaca, the city-state he ruled, after the defeat and fall of Troy. Odysseus’s journey home lasts as long as the war itself, because on the way he is kidnapped by the nymph Calypso. The beauteous Calypso is so besotted with the hero that she absolutely must have him as her husband. Odysseus, however, is already married to Penelope. He is not interested in wedding the nymph. The upset Calypso, thus, imprisons Odysseus on her island Ogygia hoping that one day she will manage to persuade the brave Ithacan to change his mind. It was awfully hard to escape from Calypso’s island. Odysseus, being the hero he was, did, in the end, manage to escape, but not before languishing on it for seven long years.
Policymakers and regulators should speed up remonetisation, or the replacement of money, to limit the impact of cash shortages on the economy after the 8 November outlawing of high-value banknotes, the Economic Survey said.
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Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) conducted a conference on "Demonetization and Emerging Challenges" in association with Queen's University of Belfast, U.K. The Conference was held over the course of 5 sessions on the 10th and 11th of April. The aim was to analyse the nuances of demonetization’s impact across sectors of the economy.
Ms. Arudhati Roy’s second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, is out. She has produced it after a nearly two decade long break from creative writing. I haven’t read the book yet but am forming an impression of it from its reviews – especially the ones appearing in the foreign media. It seems like the novel is a litany of the infinite woes that haunt our poor, benighted country.
Jindal Global Business School (JGBS), part of O.P. Jindal Global University, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Kelly School of Business, Indiana, USA.
Who are the communists? Well, in our country their popular image is of these shabbily dressed people who pontificate on the evils of capitalism, ‘neo-liberalism’ and religion. This is when they are harmless, even a little amusing. When they are not harmless and amusing, they plot the overthrow of the Indian state in the forests of Dantewada and Sukma by waging a war against it. Communists of both types – harmless and harmful – derive inspiration from a revolutionary vision originally propounded in the nineteenth century by a German polymath called Karl Marx.
Wells Fargo, the San Francisco-based bank, has settled with regulators to pay a fine of $185 million (₹1,200 crore) because it opened about two million deposit and credit-card accounts without its customers knowing about it. The company had supposedly done this as part of its emphasis on cross-selling.
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The Centre for Leadership and Change (CLC) at the Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences, in collaboration with Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) of the O.P. Jindal Global University held its inaugural Global Leadership Summit and Management Festival, titled, ‘Samplava’, the two day event was organized at the Jindal Global University campus in Sonipat.
The 2nd HR Conclave on “ Managing the Three Es: Expectations, Employees and E-Space” was hosted by the Centre for Leadership & Change, O.P. Jindal Global University in association with Career Development and Placement Division supported by HR Club of Jindal Global Business School.