We must work to give the leaders of tomorrow the expertise, capability, and character they need to confront new global economic and societal challenges because management education is at a turning moment. Despite the unpredictability brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Institute not only upheld its reputation for delivering high-calibre placement outcomes but also broke previous benchmarks to achieve the highest average package ever.
Industry-wide recruiters made larger offers for coveted positions, demonstrating their confidence in the potential of the students at SIBM Bengaluru. The consistent rise in the number of PPOs offered is also a reflection of the institution’s reputation among recruiters over time. We strive for mutual association and collaboration via the four pillars of Corporate Engagement which are Guest Sessions, Live Projects, Summer Internships, and Final Placements.
SIBM Bengaluru, started in 2008, has already carved a niche for itself as one of the best B-schools in India, being consistently ranked amongst the top in the country.
This journey has been made possible by a visionary Management at the helm, backed by exceptional student efforts and a strong focus on corporate engagement and industry readiness.
SIBM Bengaluru starts its learning even before the academic year commences. We enable students from different backgrounds to start their education on a common platform through our Pre-Induction Program, an E-Learning initiative. This initiative is continued throughout the course to facilitate ease of learning and provide a wealth of knowledge for students to enhance their management skills and competency.
Every one of SIBM Bengaluru’s students is hand-picked. They go through a series of interviews and discussions before they make it through the gates of our institute. Their backgrounds are varied. A large percentage of our students come with work experience in areas such as IT, banking, manufacturing, telecom etc. Yet they have one goal in mind – to succeed as professionals and individuals.
The Corporate Engagement Model followed at SIBM Bengaluru provides the framework for a unique way of interaction between the corporate world and the students. Through this Engagement Model, we get the students and corporate to interact through Guest lectures, Workshops, Corporate Summits, Industry-specific Conclaves, Research Projects and even through our Admissions Process, where we invite corporate guests to be a part of our admissions procedure and help select the best students for us.
SIBM Bengaluru’s past track record of students having a strong academic base, coupled with industry exposure has led to an increasing number of corporates associating themselves with us.
Marketing is a common area of focus for MBA students due to its esteemed importance in every firm. Advertising, Brand Management, Consumer Behaviour, Digital Marketing, International Marketing, Marketing Research, Marketing Strategy, Product Management, Promotion, Sales Management, and Services Marketing are some of the topics covered in this course. Students learn to conduct market research, analyze consumer data, and create successful marketing strategies. Roles like Area Manager, Client Relationship Manager, Digital Transformation Consultant, Functional Architect, High-End Specialist, Knowledge Associate, Offline Route to Market Consultant and Product Merchandiser are offered via corporates to shape their knowledge.
Since efficient financial management and decision-making depends on a solid understanding of finance, it is a core specialisation in MBA programmes. Corporate Finance, Financial Accounting, Financial Institutions, Financial Markets, Financial Modelling, Investment and Wealth Management, and Risk Management are some of the areas that MBA students study in this course. Students learn financial statement analysis, investment opportunities analysis, risk management, and strategic financial decision-making through this course. They get exposure through roles like Credit Risk, Commercial Banking, Cybersecurity Risk & Regulatory, Deal Advisory and Strategy, Finance Analytics Expert, Lead-Financial Planning and Analysis, Product Control Analytics and Regulatory Reporting Specialist.
Students opting for operations as their specialisation gain a thorough understanding of the various facets of operations, including Logistics, Process Improvement, Project Management, and Supply Chain Management. Students also acquire the skills and knowledge required to manage and improve the effectiveness of an organisation’s operations, control costs, and ensure prompt delivery of goods and services through courses on topics like the design and management of efficient production processes, inventory planning, and control, coordination of the flow of goods and services, and supply chain management. They enter into the corporates as Area Operations Manager, Associate Consultant, Automation Product Manager, Offline Sales Channel to Market Analyst, Plant Operations Manager, Product Manager and Supply Chain Manager and Consultant.
Students pursuing an MBA with Human Resources as their majors focus on the information and abilities necessary to successfully lead and manage an organization’s most precious resource: its employees. Students learn about important HR concepts like Compensation and Benefits, Employee Engagement, Labour Relations, Recruitment and Selection, and Talent Management through a variety of sessions. Additionally, the programme gives students a thorough understanding of how human resources fits into an organization via various roles such as Human Capital Consultant, HR Tech Analyst, HRBP Executive, HR Executive and Trainee, HR Shared Service Associate and Talent Acquisition.
An MBA with a focus on Business Analytics prepares students to evaluate and interpret massive volumes of data to support strategic decision-making. Data Mining, Data Visualisation, Forecasting, and Statistical Modelling are various areas covered by this specialisation. Students learn how to monitor performance, spot patterns, and anticipate future results using data and analytics tools. Additionally, students also learn about the moral and legal issues surrounding data and analytics. This course also gives students a thorough understanding of how data and analytics fit into an organization’s entire business strategy. They gain expertise through roles such as Assistant Portfolio Manager, Bid Manager, Business Analyst, Business Pre-sales Specialist, Data Analyst, E- commerce Analytics, Global Product Manager and Research Analytics.
|Sl.No.||Name||Designation & Affiliation||Topic of Session|
|1||Dr. K. Ganesh||Global Lead, (MSC), (COC), Senior Knowledge Expert, Mckinsey & Company||Evolving themes in Supply Chain Domain|
|2||Mr. Milan Chattaraj||Chief People Officer, MTR Foods Private Limited||Company Introduction Presentation|
|3||Mr. Aakash Hongunti||National Account Manager, Soulflower||Company Introduction Presentation|
|4||Mr. Sushil Bharadwaj||Advisor - Talent Acquisition,Dell Technologies||Pre-Placement Talk|
|5||Mr. John Mathew Sebastian||Head of Talent Acquisition and Employee Experience, V-Guard Industries||Making the best use of MBA Life|
|6||Mr. Navneet Kaur & Mr. Youmit Singh||Co-Founder, Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Product Officer, Hobcob||Personal Branding & Knowledge Networking|
|7||Mr. Nilabh Kumari||Assistant Director, Ernst & Young||The art of storytelling and essential skills that an interviewer looks for in a candidate.|
|8||Mr. Sayantan Dasgupta||Director of Demand Generation, Gramener||Marketing and beyond - Finding your calling|
|9||Mr.Gaurav Ahluwalia||Head of Human Resources, JP Morgan Chase & Co.||Take Charge of Your Career|
|10||Mr. Srinand Somasundara Sharma||HR Leader, AkzoNobel||Birth of "Intelligent Enterprises" in the new normal|
|11||Ms. Kasturi Das Talukdar||Director of Business Development, Whatfix||Saas Ecosystem in India|
|12||Mr. Syed Arafat Jilani||VP of HR, Credit Suisse||Journey of the speaker in the corporate world and upskilling techniques|
|13||Mr. Sunny Kapoor||VP and COO Product Control, Credit Suisse||Journey of the speaker in the corporate world and upskilling techniques|
|14||Mr. Hariram VM||Head - Human Resources, TUV Rheinland India Pvt. Ltd.||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|15||Ms Anshuman Ghosh||Vice President Markets, Ernst and Young||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|16||Mr. Mukul Sharma||Senior Director , Publicis Sapient||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|17||Ms. Anindita Basu||Associate Director Product Management, Publicis Sapient||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|18||Mr. Raghuram Krishnan||Director of Finance, Adobe India/Korea and Global FP & Shared Services||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|19||Mr. Vinay Kushwaha||Chief Supply Chain Officer , Adobe India/Korea and Global FP & Shared Services||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|20||Mr. Tejas Gokhale||Head Of HR, Vois Inida||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|21||Mr. Achint Setia||Vice President Marketing, Myntra||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|22||Mr. Sabyasachi Das||Global Service Line Lead, DXC Technology||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|23||Mr. Sujai Rajapaul||Associate Vice President , Sony Pictures Networks India||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|24||Mr. Kulbhushan Chattoo||Lead Portfolio and Alliances, Novartis||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|25||Mr. Tarun Saxena||Associate Director, Ipsos||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|
|26||Mr. Warren Valentine||Global Sales Compensation Analytics, Dell Technologies||Focusing on the changing needs of the industry and making relevant adaptations|