NISM, being established by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), has strong connect with the industry enabling bright placement and career opportunities for its students. The institute assists placement of the students by inviting banks, asset management companies, advisory firms, broking houses and other securities markets intermediaries to participate in the campus placement programme.
The institute grooms the students for performing challenging and exciting roles in the securities markets. The success of the programme is evident from the sterling on-the-job performance of its alumni.
Following organizations have recruited through the campus placement programmes of various other academic programmes offered by NISM.
PGPSM 2017-18 placement update (as on March 15, 2018):
The NISM campus placement process for the PGPSM program is essentially a student driven process with the faculty team supporting the student placement committee team with data, negotiation of salary, providing an understanding about the roles and profiles, co-ordinating with the prospective employers for results and preparing the students for interviews. We have a batch of 112 students enrolled for the PGPSM 2017-18 batch who are eligible for placements. As of 15th March, 2018, more than 80% of the batch has been placed with 10 students opting out of placement, and 80 students placed through the campus placement process.
The NISM campus placement process began with the first company visiting the campus on 22nd January, 2018. Since then, till 15th March, 2018 we have about 30 companies who have expressed interest in coming to the campus, more than 25 companies participated and completed the placement process so far offering 45-50 different profiles across broking and banking functions. As of now, we have other companies lined up, who have shared their Job Descriptions with us and are scheduled to take up the process in the forthcoming weeks.
Students based on their performance in interview, past experience and past qualifications, got compensation package in wide range with minimum fixed CTC of Rs. 3.6 lac per annum to maximum 9.25 lac per annum. The weighted average fixed CTC for the batches of now is around Rs. 4.4 lac per annum. The fixed CTC announced for profiles related to dealing desk excludes performance based variable pay and allowances offered by the company.