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MBA placements: Woxsen School of Business students shine in 2019 recruitment season

Woxsen School of Business, a B-school based in Hyderabad, recently revealed the figures of its placement season 2019. According to the placement report 2019, 96.6% of the total MBA students, from both PGDM and PGPXP course, bagged successful campus placements.

With respect to industries, Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), and IT/ITeS sector dominated the placement share with 18.5%, 15.05%, and 12.95% respectively. However, Travel, Oil, and Media companies hired a combined 5.55% MBA professionals, making up the industries with least recruitment.

The numbers can perhaps be attributed to the quality education, expert guidance, and unconventional MBA initiatives undertaken by the B-school that corroborate the alignment of student knowledge with current industry requirements.

Though the recruiter bifurcation was not shared by the B-school, the mixture featured a balanced ratio of top-notch companies and growing start-ups. While former includes the likes of KPMG, EY, Yes Bank, TATA, Airtel, DHL, Amazon, etc, latter features BYJU’s, Way2Online, Raasta Studios, OpenFace, MINDMAP, and many more.

With increasing number of startups and operational expansion of legacy organizations, different companies from various industries exposed the students to a plethora of market opportunities. Such an approach towards placements is extremely beneficial for management students in B-schools across the country.

Aligned with the demand for management professionals in the market, Woxsen School of Business is focusing on enhancing the quotient of job opportunities from new generation companies. Working in a dynamic start-up environment in the beginning of the career, Woxsenites would not only get the exposure of an environment restricted by their core specialization. Rather, they will also be subjected to the comprehensive experience of overall business management – something which strengthens their fundamentals and builds character.

On the other hand, student placed in premier organizations, irrespective of the industry, get a head start to their career by starting off with a brand name. In such companies, professionals learn to become a cog in the wheel, along with understanding the national as well as global operations. Team work, employee management, resource allocation, planning, and responsibility allocation are some of the leading skills that they learn over the years.

Furthermore, industry interactions 2019 at Woxsen School of Business provided a platform to the students for discussing their opinion and perspective on the respective topics with corporate professionals such as Mr. DevendraSurana, Managing Director of Bhagyanagar India Limited & President of the Telangana state council of FICCI, Mr. RamuVemulapally, Director H

 R, Taj Krishna, Mr. RamuVemulapally Director HR, Taj Krishna, etc.