IRMA participants are highly valued by cooperatives, NGOs, government development agencies, and national and international donors engaged in promoting rural development. The distinguishing feature of all these bodies is their willingness and ability to make effective use of young and well-trained professional managers. The five-day campus recruitment programme organised by the Campus Placement Office will be held after Term III. The jobs offered to the participants might vary widely. The job offers might be in areas such as planning and information systems, production management, marketing, finance, accounts, human resource development, rural development, natural resource management dairies, service organisations etc.
IRMA seeks to ensure that its participants are offered competitive remuneration. IRMA has enlisted over 650 organisations that are designated for the purpose of placement of its graduates. The list is ever increasing, and attempts are made every year to enlist more organisations that can offer challenging careers to IRMA students. Consistent with its objectives, IRMA's placement support is confined to placing students with the designated organizations. IRMA desires that its graduates seek employment only with these designated organisations. It may be noted that IRMA's placement facility is not open to candidates who have been sponsored by organisations with currency of their jobs.