University of Delhi: The Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies recently concluded its placement session for the academic year 2019-20 which witnessed the participation of 75 companies who extended 177 offers to the students. The DE Shaw Group offered the highest package at Rs 18 LPA while the Verity Knowledge Solutions recruited 13 students and stood as the largest recruiter on the campus. The average package amounted to Rs 7 LPA. The placement ratio stood at 86.76%.
Deloitte, KPMG and Ernst and Young (EY) were the part of the Big 4 companies who participated in the placement season to extend various offers to the students. FMCG companies like Dabur, Vahdam Teas and Colgate-Palmolive also participated in the season. Among the regular campus recruiters, the season witnessed Bain Capability Network (BNC), Boston Consulting Group, Periscope by McKinsey, CBRE, FTI Consulting, Grant Thorton, United Airlines, Praxis Global Alliance, Oxane Partners, Genpact, InMobi and RocSearch, while 37 new companies like BYJUs and Udaan participated this year. KPMG, Goldman Sachs and Grofers offered students to appear directly for the pre-placement interviews.
Over 175 companies offered 370+ work-from-home and virtual internships to the students across various fields like finance, consulting, marketing, software development, etc. Various firms like Aditya Birla Capital, Sleepy Owl, Goldman Sachs, Stanza Living, etc hired interns from the college. The Placement Cell of the college also assists the alumni to connect with various recruiters like Google, Udaan, MagicPin and others for internships and other placement opportunities.
The Bain Capability Network conducted a case study competition, BrAIN WARS, wherein the selected teams earned a chance to be mentored by the BCN professionals. Ernst and Young hosted the EY Corporate Finance Woman of the Year competition where an SSCBS student secured a place amongst the top 10 global finalists. KPMG conducted a session on the Financial Year 2019-20 Union Budget to discuss the budget vis-à-vis the Indian economy.