BY : Kampuzz Team

Date : 12-05-2015

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MBA with Assured Job Placements – Don Bosco Group of institutions, Banglore


An MBA from Don Bosco Group of institutions, Bangalore provides assured placements. DBGI, Bangalore is considered to be one of the most promising institutes in Karnataka and carries with a 100% proven placement record and an AA+ ranking. The school is accredited by AICTE, UGC, NBA and NAAC and affiliated to VTU/BU/ MU / PUEB. It provides with a Rigorous, modern & progressive syllabus and training in SAP, SIX SIGMA & CERT.

An Internship in USA for a month and an exchange program in Singapore for half a month is involved towards the completion of the program.

From the year 2011 onwards the placements saw 48% new recruiting firms visiting the campus for the first time such as Tata Motors, JP Morgan, Cisco, KPMG, Caterpillar, Radio Mirchi and Oracle. The highest salary package offered was 7.50 Lacs per annum, while the average salary was 4.75 LPA.

Some of the top Recruiting companies include:

  • Siemens
  • Oracle
  • IBM
  • Dell
  • HSBC
  • Cipla
  • Big Bazar
  • HDFC
  • Wipro
  • Infosys
  • TCS
  • Intel
  • Flipkart
  • IBM
  • IGATE

The department of MBA has a totally committed and qualified faculty, supported by visiting faculty whenever necessary. It offers specializations in finance, banking, marketing, international business and human resources.

The Placement department at DBGI is led by Ms. Harshita Das. This department provides students with numerous services so that they realize the highest academic levels, which prepares them for positions of leadership in many fields.

The HR department of the institute undertakes multiple activities such as career counseling, providing placement support, higher education counseling, organizing training sessions and various improvement programs for students and the faculty likewise. The HR department also handles recruitments, the grievance cell, library maintenance, orientation programs, and handles the interaction and partnerships between the corporate and academic sectors.

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