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Campus Recruitment

The Placement Committee warmly invites corporate firms, banks, research organizations, government institutions and non-government institutions to be a part of the Placement Process at Symbiosis School of Economics.

Placements 2015-16

This year again, many of the companies which visited for campus recruitment have been hiring from SSE for the past few years. New recruiters are CPC Analytics, Zocdoc and Merit Group UK. The average package offered to BSc and MSc graduates has increased this year.

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Placement Report 2020-21

Placements Overview

The Placement Cell, guided by a set of rules and principles strives to maintain warm relation with firms. Preparing the recruitment schedule for the year, inviting firms for pre-placement talks on campus followed by final placements, and overseeing the process to its end are responsibilities that the Placement Cell endeavors to carry out successfully.

The Placement Cell at Symbiosis School of Economics works in close coordination with its faculty advisor and provides a platform for students seeking recruitment to interact with possible recruiters on the campus.

Final Placements at SSE is considered to be an important dimension of educational attainment and therefore is accorded high priority. The Director and a team of highly-qualified senior faculty oversee the implementation of the placement related work agenda.

Over the last three years, in particular, SSE has consciously developed, nurtured and forged long-lasting collaborations and relationships with a number of research institutes, corporate firms and NGOs and development agencies. These organizations have offered internships and final placements to our students. It is a conscious effort on the part of SSE to expand the network of association, so as to reflect synergies between the academic training and research/industry needs.

Placement Cell Activities

The Placement Cell conducts a number of activities to help students prepare for their careers after graduation. Each final year BSc and MSc student attend a career counseling session to help them understand and make choices from the various opportunities available. Students are encouraged to attend follow-up counseling sessions to help their decision-making process. The Placement Cell arranges workshops on other important aspects of preparing for placements like CV writing, Aptitude Tests, Mock interviews & Group discussions, Grooming and Etiquette, speaking skills & body language, an impact of current affairs on business & economy etc.


All BSc And MSc students are required to complete an internship as a requirement of their coursework. The Placement Cell assists students in applying for internships. The aim of the internship is to widen the student’s perspective and to help them understand the real-life implications of the theoretical frameworks learned in class. It gives the students an opportunity to experience and appreciate real-world challenges in the areas of research and business.

The Internship selection process starts in the month of December. Selection is typically based on the written tests, student research papers, and personal interview. Students are required to submit a project report of their internship and present this report to a panel of faculty for evaluation. The student’s grades on their internships form a part of the final CGPA.

Organizations in which MSc students have interned:


Jindal Steel, Pune Bharat Forge Ltd., Pune
Financial Technologies, Mumbai HDFC Bank Ltd., Mumbai
IBM, Bangalore ICICI Prudential, Mumbai
RangSutra, Delhi Zephyr Financial Publishers Ltd., Mumbai
Panasonic India WTC, New Delhi
QED Baton, Pune

Analytics Firms

Collaborative Policy Consultants, Pune Tmed Healthcare, Pune

Government Organizations

NIUA, Delhi RBI, Mumbai
RBI, Pune Research Information System, Delhi
Jammu & Kashmir Bank ICRIER, New Delhi
SBI, Ahmedabad UBI, Kolkatta
WTO,IIFT, New Delhi IHD, New Delhi

Microfinance Institutes

Access Development Services, Bangalore Centre for Microfinance, Chennai
Equitas Holdings, Chennai Grameen Financial Services Pvt Ltd

Research Institutes – Educational

IGIDR, Mumbai IIM, Kolkatta
IIM, Ahmedabad SCMHRD, Pune
SIBM, Bangalore Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
XLRI – Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur

Research Institutes – Others
Foreign Exchange Dealers Association of India, Mumbai IndiaSpend, Mumbai
InGovern Research Services Pvt Ltd, Bangalore Institute for Human Development, Delhi
Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore ISI, Kolkatta
Public Affairs Centre, Bangalore Retailers Association of India, Mumbai
Stakeholders Empowerment Services, Mumbai

NCDEX, Mumbai National Stock Exchange, Mumbai

Forbes Marshall Foundation, Pune Janwani, Pune
Swayam Shikshan Prayog, Pune Uplift Mutuals, Pune
Janaagraha, Banaglore