Successful completion of Final Placements of PGP Batch 2013-2015 at IIM Udaipur

Indian Institute of Management Udaipur successfully concluded its final placement season for the class of 2015 of its flagship Post Graduate Programme (PGP). The institute achieved an incredible feat of 100% placement yet again as the big corporate houses in the industry continued to trust the quality of the management education delivered.

This year, 48 companies made 104 offers across various domains. The institute showed its marketing prowess as Sales & Marketing domain continued to offer the highest number of offers.


All the three major sectors Banking/Financial, Manufacturing/Engineering/Energy and IT/ITes competed strength to strength with almost equal number of recruitment offers.

The outgoing PGP 2013-15 batch made numerous contributions to building a competitive culture in the institute with significant achievements in diverse fields such as extra-curricular activities, event management, entrepreneurship , business competitions, sports, cultural festival and social activities. The robust placement season concluded with impressive statistics of average salary of Rs. 13.62 lakhs per annum for the top quartile. The average placement figures for the top 50 percentile stood at Rs. 12.20 lakhs per annum. The changing business scenario influenced companies to hire the quality talent for assigning key roles and responsibilities with average salary of Rs. 10.28 lakhs per annum.


The institute continued to strengthen its association with past recruiters like Accenture, Aranca, Bajaj Auto, Cognizant Technology Solutions, GE, Genpact, ICICI Bank, Mindtree, Mother Dairy, Quikr, Showman Logistics, Titan, Vedanta, Wipro, Yes Bank to name a few.

The institute also takes immense pride in associating with prominent first time recruiters like ACG Pharma, Amul, Berger Paints, Bharat Forge, Cognizant Business Consulting, CRISIL, Cummins, Deloitte US, ExxonMobil, Fidelity Investments, Jindal Steel & Power, KPMG, MAQ Software, Meru Cabs, RBL Bank, Raychem RPG and United Breweries.

10% of the students were offered pre-placement job (PPO) and pre-placement interview (PPI) based on their performance during the summer internship.

International offers were made by Xpress Money and ASC Thailand. Companies including ACG Pharma and India Pistons offered leadership roles such as Executive Assistant to CEO.


Fostering the spirit of entrepreneurship, the institute takes pride to announce 2 year placement holiday to 3 students who took the road less travelled and opted out placement process to pursue their ventures. To support their endeavors, IIM Udaipur will also provide them the financial support in the form of monthly stipend of Rs. 20,000 per month.

The institute is proud to be one of the few B-Schools that follow the Indian Placement Reporting Standards (IPRS) to bring transparency in reporting its placement statistics.

Follow the below link for detailed final placement report PGP 2013-15 (Unaudited)-

IIM Udaipur hosts 3rd Annual Convocation on March 21, 2015

Indian Institute of Management Udaipur (IIM Udaipur) hosted its 3rd Annual Convocation on Saturday, March 21, 2015. The occasion witnessed a ceremony with eminent stalwarts of the industry and society drawn together in an engaging alliance. The Ceremony was held at MLSU Auditorium of Mohan Lal Sukhadia University Campus.


This year, the Chief Guest of the event was Mr. R. Gopalakrishnan, Chairman of Tata Sons. The convocation was declared open by Mr. C.K. Birla, Chairperson of the Board of Governors of IIMU. In his welcome address, Mr. C.K. Birla expressed his sincere gratitude to Mr. Gopalakrishnan for having agreed to deliver the 3rd Annual Convocation address at IIM Udaipur.


Mr. Birla shared his vision for IIM Udaipur which aspires to be a forefront for management research, while also doing well for the community as well. In his message for the graduating young future managers, he said “It is a competitive world out there and you can take on any challenge the world throws at you. Guard your values & beliefs and everything you have.”


The honorable Chief Guest Mr. R Gopalakrishnan in his convocation address advised the graduating students to always balance their professional life with their personal life. He told students that when you go out in the society it will be good to remind themselves about all the labors that have been put into them by their parents, teachers & mentors.

Prof. Janat Shah, Director of the Institute, delivered the concluding address. Prof. Shah told the passing out batch that the Institute has the confidence that they will make the Institute as well as the country proud through their achievements.


During the third Convocation, 11 Post Graduate Programme in Management for Executives (PGPX) participants and 110 Post Graduate Programme (PGP) participants received the Diploma.


Medals for Academic Excellence were presented to the following students by the Chief Guest:

  • The IIM Udaipur Gold Medal for Scholastic Performance (Post Graduate Programme) – Mr. Angad Singh Abrol
  • The IIM Udaipur Gold Medal for Best All-Round Performance (Post Graduate Programme) – Mr. Angad Singh Abrol
  • The IIM Udaipur Gold Medal for Scholastic Performance (Post Graduate Programme for Executives) – Mr. Anuj Gupta

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Audacity: IIM Udaipur’s Cultural Extravaganza concludes with lasting memories

On 17th January,2015, after a lot of excitement and impatient waiting by everyone on campus, the final banners had gone up and all briefings were completed; and Audacity- the first cultural festival of IIM Udaipur was ready to begin!

The two day cultural fest began with a bike rally, which was flagged off by boxing veteran Vijender Singh and organized by team Audacity in association with MTV Roadies, and saw a large group of students enthusiastically joining in with flags and banners to celebrate the beginning of the fest. The group wound their way through the lanes and by lanes of Udaipur with the rally eventually ending back on campus.

Flag off Bike Stunts

The next event that took place was the Nitro Carnival- that saw dare devil bike stunts performed by professionals Atinderjeet aka Atom, Harshial aka Inferno, Rishabh aka Mutant, Lakshay aka survivor and Abhishek aka Shin. The audience experienced a number of heart stopping events as the bikers performed different types of wheelies and stoppies. People waited with bated breath as rubber burnt and a collective sigh of relief, followed by a roar of appreciation went up every time a gravity defying stunt was performed.

For all Bollywood enthusiasts, the PUB quiz provided an opportunity to pit their skills and knowledge against other teams, to answer some of the toughest questions about our film world. With a pub like ambience and a really interesting format, the PUB quiz was a major attraction of the first day.


Auditions for solo dancing and the finals for Karaoke singing were also held on day one. Both events saw strong competition with over twenty five students participating in each. For all drama lovers, there was a street play competition where four different colleges fought it out for the final prize.

For all those who wanted a break from competing, there were a number of fun events like Anjaana Anjaani which was aimed at getting people to meet others and strike off interesting conversations. Angry Chicks- the all women kick- boxing event, paintball and sumo zorbing were also very well patronized. For all the artistically inclined, there were events that involved graffiti and face painting.

Anjaana Anjaani

The event was a delight for all foodies, with a number of stalls serving a variety of cuisines and appetizers put up especially for the event. Post lunch, there was a Rajasthan Tourism Cultural Performance which helped highlight the different aspects of our cultural heritage.

The fest had an event packed evening, with Rock-a-Faire the war of bands, group dance and mime events that were held. The highlight of the evening, though was Rampage-the fashion show, which had Vijender Singh as a guest. With each team depicting their interpretation of the theme-Audacity, the ramp saw a number of walks that were the epitome of sophistication and confidence.

Fashion Show FS1

However that was not the end of day one. Insomnia- an all-night gaming event was a roaring success with students fighting it out in CS and NFS while also trying their luck at Lucky seven. The chess matches saw a battle of wits, while the carrom tables were thronged by the aces. To add to the excitement and keep the cold at bay, there was also a bon fire and an impromptu garba performance around it, which added to the thrill of the nocturnal escapade.

If day one was eventful, day two of the fest was even more power packed with a number of performances lined up from morn to evening. Day two of Audacity  started off with a very unique event- Demystrefy Udaipur where each group of participants had to complete specific tasks at different places around the city. The event saw students race up the stairs to Karni Mata Mandir then gulp down Dal Baati at Santosh dal baati, take a dip in the chilly water at Gangaur Ghat, click selfies at Celebration mall, play ‘volunteer hunt’ in the winding paths of Gulaab Bagh and finally click a picture with the cube at Fateh Sagar. The jubilant winners then made their way back to campus to pick their prize.

The day also saw the finals of the solo dancing competitions which had contestants performing contemporary, hip hop, folk, Bollywood and a number of other dance forms.  The grace of the dancers and their extraordinary performances had the judges and the audience completely impressed and spellbound. To add an element of fun and creativity, the fest also included a face painting competition which had a number of contestants compete with paint and brush, to win the ultimate prize.


The main sparkle of the day’s events was the performance by Sarod vaadak Ustad
Ayaan Ali Khan & Ustad Amaan Ali Khan along with Shri Vijay Ghate, who complemented the duo with the tabla. The classical event sponsored by Spic Macay started with the lighting of lamp by Mr. Manish Vora, Sr. President & Regional Business Head, Yes Bank. The show was a huge hit with spectators coming from a variety of places. Being a noon show, the raagas played had their own uniqueness and the synchronisation of soft as well as swift music made it worth the cheers for the audience. The aura of the performance was so strong that no one could move from their places throughout the show duration. It was a blissful feeling for everyone to hear such excellent pieces of mesmeric music. The 3 hour show ended with a small note of thanks by the performers and it was the whole student community which went out to bid a bye to the maestros.

The SPIC MACAY performance was followed by the prize distribution ceremony which had the winners of all the events organized during the course of the last two days, receive their prizes.  The last event for the fest was the rockband performance by Parikrama which had everyone cheering and head-banging to ‘Fear of the Dark’ by Iron Maiden and ‘Highway to Hell’ by AC-DC.


With the entire gamut of performances, competitions and events that took place over the span of two days, Audacity was indeed a major success, with everyone looking forward to its following addition, next year! Everyone who visited the fest had a great time, and the fest really lived up to its name to… Be Audacious, Be You!