Out of the 80 students, 71 got placed this year, while nine opted out of the placement process to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.
Around 113 companies offered 177 jobs to the students this year.
The programme aims to create industry-ready human resources and better placement of the management graduates.
The students have been offered salary packages between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 10,000 per month.
The batch comprising 50 students, boasts of a total of 54 offers made to 44 candidates.