The SPJS offers a unique placement-cum-reward facility to the best of its students. At least five students from each batch are offered positions on regular scales at The Statesman, and will, in addition, be refunded 1/3 rd of the tuition fee paid by them upon completion of each year of service. In effect, up to five students can expect a full fee refund from The Statesman by the time they have worked for three years. Additionally, but subject to vacancies, other graduating students will be considered for vacancies in The Statesman. Specialised Placement Assistance will be offered to other students.
SPJS alumni is employed by The Statesman and other reputed publications/organisations including Pioneer, The Times of India, Moneywise Media, HSBC, SBI, Thompson Digital, Force magazine and Cenveo Publisher Services.
The fifth batch which graduates in May 2013 are also likely to be similarly placed.