Placement Process for Batch 2011-2013 5th Mar 2013

Notwithstanding the difficult economic environment, IGTC Mumbai had a successful final placement process for the Batch 2011 – 2013. Recruiters included Audi, BASF, Bayer, Bosch, Bosch Auto Electronics, Clariant Chemicals, DBOI, Dr. Oetkers, HDFC Limited, Infiniti Retail, Lanxess, Merck Sereno, Siemens Financial Services, Schaeffler Group, Schmersal India, TUV India, Wacker Chemie among many more. The average compensation offered was Rs. 4.50 lakh p.a., while the maximum was Rs. 7.50 lakh per annum.

Ms. Ankita Moghe was privileged to be selected as a part of the nine-month International Trainee Programme (2013-2014) initiated by the TÜV Nord Group. This comprehensive programme gives the trainees an insight into the business units of the group, a perspective to learn and implement the learning on an international landscape. It is intended to facilitate an exchange of experience and empower trainees with specific management and operational skills and a focused area of specialization. Trainees are constantly guided and led by mentors, training heads and their performance is closely monitored, evaluated and directed as per predetermined goals. It is an opportunity to interact with other trainees and colleagues from Germany and augment the Indo-German connects by exchange of knowledge, work pattern, structuring of ideas and presenting those into a well defined frame of requirements.

Mr. Vivek Komath, another student of IGTC Mumbai Batch 2011-2013, created history by being selected as one of the first ever CAReer Trainees from India by Mercedes-Benz India Pvt. Ltd (MBIL), Pune. The organization launched “The CAReer Program” in 2013 to recruit and train the next generation of managers and company leaders. The 15-18 month program comprises of three training modules – ‘Getting Started’ (Germany), ‘Crossing Borders’ (International Daimler location) and ‘Keep Moving’ (Germany) as part of the program. The first training module was organized from June 10th – 20th, at Stuttgart, Germany to induct and orient 32 trainees from 10 different nationalities to the world of Daimler.

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