Career options for a changing world

When you complete the programme you will be one of the most sought-after management graduates in the country The depth of your previous work and exposure, coupled with an PGDBM leads to challenging worldwide opportunities with high-level responsibility.

Given the intensity and duration of the programme, you are expected to come to Ghaziabad. with an understanding of your career objectives to facilitate your job search. While securing a job after graduation is your responsibility, the Career Services Team,lead by Mr.Amit Tuli provides active support during your job search. We assist in exploring career options, outlining job-search strategies and preparing for the interview process.

Career Speaker Series

The Career Speaker Series held throughout the year, brings in alumni and industry representatives to discuss various career paths, industries, functions and career-management issues.

Shortly before the Winter recess we organize simulated interviews to help you improve your interviewing skills. The interviews, conducted by alumni, are videotaped so that you can see yourself as a recruiter would see you.

On Campus Recruiting

More than 40 companies come to Ghaziabad to recruit each year. They represent a variety of industries and are looking to fill positions all over the country. The process begins with company presentations which provide an overview of the organization, industry and career opportunities. The two-week, on-campus interview period is scheduled every year - but on-campus interviewing is only a small part of the recruiting story.This year Banking,Financial Services and Insurance companies are the leading recruiters.

Networks

Each year a large number of job offers are sourced through the IPM Network. This network includes industry visitors,foreign delegates,OS.

Resources

IPM's extensive Career Services resources include company and industry information such as annual reports and recruitment brochures, as well as industry and geographic data. In addition, the LRC contains both print and non-print reference material on companies, industries, job search, resume writing and interviewing.

Recruitment Method

There are three ways sought to recruit our participants: on-campus recruitment, online job postings and by direct contact. The Career Services Office will be happy to help you select the best method.

Resume Portfolio/Placement Broucher

The IPM Ghaziabad MBA Résumé Portfolio, which contains the full-page résumés of all participants who are available for employment at the end of the program, is published in December and is available now online. It provides details of their educational background and work experience, which help you identify those who are well suited to your needs.

Direct Contact

Companies may contact participants directly via the contact information found in the Résumé Portfolio. This method is recommended for companies with very specific job requirements.

On Campus Recruitment

Each year we welcome almost 40 organizations to recruit our participants on campus. The on-campus recruitment process is outlined below.

Provide job descriptions and company literature:

A critical part of your recruiting effort is providing participants with job descriptions and information about your organization. Participants read this information carefully to evaluate their interest in a company and in preparation for an interview. Job descriptions should include position title, responsibilities, qualifications and job location. The literature that recruiters send typically includes annual reports, press releases and product or recruiting brochures. All information is kept in the Career Services Library for reference.

Pre-Select Interview Candidates Via Resume Portfolio :

Recruiters provide an initial list of interview candidates by mid January , which is made available to the participants. In general, this initial selection is based on the Resume Portfolio and/or interaction with participants at the company presentation. Participants have the opportunity to 'accept' or 'decline' an interview, which ensures that recruiters are interviewing interested candidates. If any interview slots become available, recruiters may fill them with alternate candidates. The final interview list will be confirmed two weeks prior to the interview date.