New Delhi, May 8, 2018: BML Munjal University (BMU), the Hero Group’s not-for-profit university, today announced 100% placement of the 2018 MBA batch. There was also a 100% jump in the number of companies visiting the campus for placements. Students have been placed in Indian and global companies including eCommerce, Sales and Marketing, Business Analytics and Finance.
Overall 56 companies visited the campus for the Placement Drive 2018, and every student in the batch was offered a job. The key roles offered to students included finance, marketing, financial forensics, business analytics, HR, banking, data research, auditing among others. Since inception in 2014, there has been a steady rise in interest from Indian and global companies visiting BMU campus for placements.
Dr. Vishal Talwar, Dean, School of Management, BML Munjal University said: “Our students have continued to find opportunities with some of the best organizations. While our placement number has been 100% in 2018, there has also been a two-fold jump over last year in the number to companies visiting our campus during the placement season.”
The School of Management at BML Munjal University offers undergraduate, post-graduate, and doctoral courses in management – BBA, MBA and Ph.D. The School has been founded with the objective of transforming and making a positive contribution to management education in India by creating a world-class teaching and learning environment. The School is housed in a 50-acre, fully residential campus. The School of Management is engaged in creating, preserving and imparting internationally benchmarked knowledge and skills to a diverse community of students.
BML Munjal University is in Gurgaon, Haryana and attracts students across India. The university has an experience-based learning model that aims at transforming students to become future leaders. Under this model, industry leaders from key companies are part of the faculty, using current real-life case-studies to teach students the nuances of business management. The students also get to work on practical work-problems, expanding their knowledge and experience-base and at the same time making them industry-ready.