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SSCBS Concludes the First Phase of Recruitment Drive: Reflects Upward Trajectory of Both CTC As Well As Number of Recruiters

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (SSCBS)  recently concluded the first phase of the Placement Season 2020-21, with the college witnessing the participation of numerous companies extending 80+ offers to the students. 

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (formerly known as CBS) is a premier institution under the aegis of the University of Delhi, offering courses in the fields of Management and Computer Science. It has been ranked as the Best Undergraduate College for management courses by India Today along with Marketing and Development Research Associates (MDRA). 

The college recently concluded the first phase of the Internship Season 2020-21 and witnessed hirings in the domains of Finance, Analytics, Consulting, Investment Banking, etc. This phase witnessed 40+ companies connecting with the institution to recruit experienced candidates from SSCBS alumni. The highest package offered was ? 19.25 LPA by The D.E. Shaw group. The average package amounted to an aggregate of ? 9 LPA while the median package stood at 9.74 LPA.

Some of the prominent alumni recruiters include Bain Capability Network, McKinsey Knowledge Centre, Zomato, KPMG Global Services, Vahdam Teas, Urban Company, IndSight Growth Partners, Torch Financial Service, Invest India, Cushman & Wakefield, BharatPe, Indian Angel Network, Impendi Analytics and Cvent. 

Bain Capability Network stood as the largest recruiter with 20 offers. Other prominent recruiters comprising FTI Consulting, Deloitte USI, Oxane Partners, Ken Research, D. E. Shaw Group, KPMG India, TresVista, Willis Towers Watson, etc. strengthened their long-term ties with the college by revisiting and recruiting in scores. Additionally, 13 new companies were brought under the SSCBS portfolio of recruiters, including IHS Markit, Quintics Management Consultancies, Bridge To India, StratBeans Consulting, McKinley & Rice and many more. 

The number and quality of companies on campus in the midst of a global pandemic are mightily impressive, with a lot of stellar names like Accenture also being added into an already shining list of recruiters. Whilst fears of a job drought were imminent, the college’s placement cell worked impressively hard towards ensuring a glittering ensemble of offers for the 2021 batch, bettering their own numbers from the previous years.

Satwik Rajput, Third Year BMS student, SSCBS,DU

Hence, the Career Development Centre (CDC), the Placement Cell of SSCBS celebrates this recruitment drive as a huge success as it eagerly awaits Phase-II.

Cherishi Maheshwari