Tue, 29 Jan 2013 12:42:14 GMT | By The Hindu Business Line

Recruiting at B-school is expensive business

Each company hiring its candidates has been asked to pay up to Rs 3.30 lakh for more than two job offers


Recruiting at B-school is expensive business (© Reuters)

Hyderabad: At a time when both jobs and talent have become scarce, premier business schools are offering their students to corporates at a premium.

Hyderabad-based Indian School of Business (ISB), compared to other B-schools, is charging more from recruiters who make offers to its students. At ISB, the charges progressively come down from first day of interviews to the fifth day.

According to the fixed payment cost for the Class of 2013 mentioned in ISB’s portal, a company will have to pay Rs 3.30 lakh if more than two job offers are accepted by the students on the first and second days of interviews in the year. For up to two offers accepted, the charge is Rs 1.65 lakh.

On days three and four of the campus interviews, the charge will come down to Rs 2.20 lakh for more than two accepted job offers. After the fifth day to the end of the season, the recruiters will have to pay Rs 80,000.

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