Placements for 2017

 

 

Vedica has received an overwhelming response, once again, from recruiters for its second batch of Scholars. They have graduated this year with offers from multinational companies, start-ups, and non-profit organisations. Roles offered range from Business Development Managers and Analysts to Consultants. Average salaries offered to Vedica Scholars are above 8 lakhs INR, with many Scholars receiving offers well above 100% from their previous salaries.

 

A great testament of the value proposition at Vedica has been the return of last year’s recruiters back to campus. Nestlé, Max Healthcare, Albright Stonebridge Group, 9.9 Education hired in larger numbers than previous years. The list of recruiters continues to grow, and new reputed companies join the placements drive at Vedica every year.

 

Vedica offers comprehensive placement support and guarantees an appropriate placement and fit to every Scholar. With its promise to the employers that every Vedica Scholar will be the right blend of strong values, skills and knowledge, the programme aims to equip women to overcome challenges and navigate their workplace.

Sector wise split of recruitments at Vedica for the year 2016-17

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Roles Offered

Our scholars have been offered roles such as Assistant Brand Manager, Data Analyst, Management Trainee -Market Research, Associate – Credit & Business, Business Analyst – Learning & development, Business Development Manager across industries ranging such FMCG, Technology, Healthcare, Financial Services.

Recruiters


Organisations that made offers to our Scholars.

Deloitte KPMG One Step Up Teach for India MMTC-PAMP Nestle ZS Associates
Max Healthcare EY WeddingLine Astrum FSSAI Secure Now Core Diagnostics
Anant National University 9.9 Education Soultree Albright Stonebridge Group MG Motor 1to1 Help Parliamentary Research Services  
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