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Yukti 2019: IIM Amritsar’s Fourth Edition of Annual HR Conclave

Yukti 2019: Indian Institute of Management Amritsar has successfully conducted the fourth edition of its annual HR Conclave, Yukti 2019 on Saturday. Yukti 2019 – the HR Conclave witnessed well-known HR experts from various industries across the country having perceptive discussions on different aspects of Human Resource. Yukti 2019, was one such platform where the industry experts came together, discussed the importance of this digital age and provided thoughtful and factual insights on various contemporary HR practices and potent possibilities. 

Yukti 2019

The theme of the first discussion was ‘Challenges and Opportunities in Employing Gig workforce in India’ and for the second discussion was ‘Accommodating Gen-Z in the modern workplace’.

The panelists in the first discussion included Mr. Bikram Nayak (Head-Human Resources, L&T NxT), Ms. Sonali Majumdar (Head HR, Safari Industries India Ltd.), Mr. Rajendra Mehta (Chief People Officer, DHFL), Mr. Prashant Srivastava (Founder & CEO, The Other 2 Thirds Consulting), Mr. Sameer Mathur (Director HR, Royal Bank of Scotland), Mr. Vivek Tripathi (CHRO, BIBA Apparels Private Limited) and Mr. Ram Dharmaraj (Head HR, Cognizant Technology Solutions).

The panelists in the second discussion included Ms. Yamini Krishnan (Director HR- South Asia, IQVIA), Dr. Yogesh Misra (Vice President, Thomas Assessments Pvt. Ltd.), Mr. Ram Dharmaraj (Head HR, Cognizant Technology Solutions), Mr. Sandeep Tyagi (Director HR, Samsung Electronics), Mr. Sandeep Batra (SVP & Head HR, Vodafone Idea) and Mr. Dilip Sinha (Head-HR, Reliance Retail). 

Yukti 2019: Fourth Edition of Annual HR Conclave

The Conclave commenced with the lighting of the lamp of wisdom & knowledge. Prof. Nagarajan Ramamoorthy, Director- IIM Amritsar welcomed the esteemed panelists. Prof. Nagarajan was glad to host the first conclave as the first full-time Director of IIM Amritsar. He recalled how after passing out of XLRI Jamshedpur as an MBA graduate and entering the industry, he realized the difference between what he learnt in academia and what experience taught him. The challenges, innovations, and strategies are totally different. Prof. Nagarajan said that the nature of the workforce has changed drastically in both India and the USA. The industry is progressing at a furious pace and the challenges will be different in as less as five years. Prof. Nagarajan encouraged the students of IIM Amritsar to gauge and understand the perspective of the industry stalwarts.

Introducing the theme for discussion, IIM Amritsar students delivered a few presentations on the themes of the Conclave and briefly introduced the audience about the rise and prevalence of gig workforce in India and how Gen Z is being accommodated in the modern workplace. The first team of presenters comprising of Mr. Sambhav Jain and Mr. Rahul Sehgal of PGP05 informed the audience that gig economy has been expanding and making inroads through conventional organizational setups. The second team of presenters comprising of Mr. Rishabh Parakh and Mr. Mohit Dugar of PGP05 talked about how modern workplaces are updating their policies and practices to accommodate the incoming Gen Z employees.

Mr. Prashant Srivastava was the moderator of the first session. He began the discussion by posing a question before the students. He asked how many students would prefer to get a healthy salary in the beginning of each month and who are willing to become gig workers and sell their skills and work for new employers. He was visibly impressed by the response by the students who preferred to engage in gig economy. Mr. Prashant highlighted the challenges of gig economy and raised the question of self-actualization among the workers based on Maslow hierarchy of human needs. The challenge also lies in the differing mindsets of the employees and the employers. As corporates, their mindset is American while the employees have an Asian mindset. How we marry the two distinctly diagonal dimensions to land in a win-win situation is the crux of the discussion.

Mr. Rajendra Mehta began by demonstrating that the practices that originate in the USA, when introduced in India shall definitely thrive and become successful. The cities of Delhi and Mumbai have large base for gig workforce. The momentum will continue to build and propagate to the other large cities with population greater than 1 crore. Mr. Rajendra said that gig economy is typically the ‘uberisation’ of skills where spare talent can be utilized for cost optimization.

Mr. Bikram Naik said that the common thinking is to associate gig with delivery boys and drivers and this is how the gig economy actually originated. The underlying thought is to realize that the low skill range workers like cab drivers are working for technology-driven companies and are getting accustomed to the technology. This will definitely lead to sustainability of gig economy in the long run. Mr. Bikram emphasized that the gig workers are essentially ‘engaged’ and not ‘hired’ and this potentially adds to the win-win scenario. While recalling an ‘engagement’ opportunity offered to an air hostess, he realized that social security and loneliness are primary challenges faced by gig workforce.

Ms. Sonali described how for existential purposes in the USA, people began selling their skills for short-term assignments and the trend has only increased since. Ms. Sonali asked the students to ponder that as a social fabric of the nation, are we ready for gig economy considering the security and kind of opportunities that are available. Huge psychological safety net that the corporate setup provides to permanent employees is definitely a challenge for gig economy. The kind of preparedness that corporate needs to have to recognize, understand and accept the new culture of gig workforce and to mete out justice to them is the question to be answered.

Mr. Vivek Tripathi discussed that how unlike a permanent setup, the gig workforce is rewarded for their time and the deliverables they are expected to produce. Mr. Vivek threw light on the various dimensions of gig economy. Some of the dimensions being degree and rarity of skills, your presence at a particular location and the individual’s capability of performing a task from any part of the world. He said that the advantages of gig economy are the control over timing, flexibility, and freedom from organizational policies which encourage the workforce to engage in areas of deep interest. The disadvantages are lack of predictability of income and lack of safety net.

Mr. Sameer Mathur recalled his experience with an intern and beautifully placed the requirements and time to be invested to become an industry leader. Mr. Sameer brought a traditional perspective to the table. He was in the support of fixed income, fixed mindset. If an individual wish for a healthy growth and the aspirations are that of becoming an industry leader then gig economy isn’t the way ahead. Expenses have shot up and lifestyles are continuously getting upgraded. To fulfill these needs one needs to have assurance of salaries on time and work bonuses. Moreover, peer coaching and mentoring from seniors is a luxury of permanent employees. Nevertheless, there is a need to fundamentally follow the gig economy and see how it pans out in the near future.

Mr. Sandeep Tyagi was the moderator for the second-panel discussion. He began the discussion by telling how Gen Z will bring transformation and how scenarios will develop when they enter the workplace. He said that 30% of Gen Z and 40% of GenY will eventually constitute 70% of the workforce in the next year. Most of the workforce would then constitute of people who were born after 1980. The arrival of Gen Z spells a huge paradigm shift for the corporate world. What is their attitude and what skills they bring to the table will be an opportunity and challenge for the industry.

Mr. Sandeep Batra discussed about the changes in the telecom industry and how it has transformed from being a general industry to a specialized industry. The fear of missing out has prompted the various organizations to keep pace with the technology. Regarding the Gen Z, Mr. Sandip said that they are born with the clarity of being in the digital world. Their alliances online and offline make them seamless. Gen Z does not appreciate or respect the hierarchy levels. The expectations of Gen Z are realistic and they want their promises delivered within a timeline.

Mr. Raj Dharmaraj discussed about the ways to engage and motivate Gen Z. One of the hallmarks of Gen Z is inclusion and diversity. They look out for employment brand and appreciate the culture of inclusion and diversity in an organization. Gen Z always looks out for larger meaning and purpose. Mr. Raj talked about the changes that need to be brought in the traditional model of HR policies. He talked about a shift from individual performance management to collective performance management. He also talked about constant feedback system as opposed to yearly feedback mechanism.

Ms. Yamini Krishnan talked about how the panelists began their careers from paper-based models and graduated to dial-up connections at home and eventually ease of accessibility to everything in today’s digital world. On behalf of her organization, Ms. Yamini said that companies have to set expectations and give clear career paths to Gen Z. In terms of opportunities, Gen Z is willing to put in extra hours but is wary of seeing themselves cut off in their personal lives at the same time.

Dr. Yogesh Misra modified the theme of the discussion and urged that as a recruiter he would discuss on “Embracing Gen Z in the modern workplace”. He emphasized on the two perspectives of larger societal changes and the organizational changes while addressing Gen Z. The impact of social media on the well being of Gen Z was also focused upon. Dr. Yogesh said that in today’s world a consumer prefers the convenience of purchase through e-commerce websites. Gen Z would also have a similar consumer-like behavior when they would enter the industry. Gen Z has resources to compare through Google and hence Professors and Bosses are expected to be original and authentic.

Mr. Dilip Sinha talked about how jobs are getting lost and some jobs are getting created due to rapid development. Everyone is investing in technology because of a change in business structure to sustain the competition. He emphasized on describing Gen Z as the backbone of development and technology. Mr. Dilip touched upon the three aspects of ecosystem, functional engagement and behavioral dynamics in an organization to accommodate Gen Z.

The students of IIM Amritsar showed great enthusiasm during both panel discussions. The discussions were made highly interactive through a healthy Q&A session between the panelists and students. The Conclave successfully concluded on a high note at 5:30 p.m. in the evening. 

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IIM Rohtak: Induction Ceremony of the 5-year Integrated Programme for Management

IIM Rohtak IPM: Indian Institute of Management Rohtak organized the Induction Ceremony for the first batch of the 5-Year Integrated Programme in Management on 3rd August 2019. IIM Rohtak is the first IIM to launch an integrated BBA + MBA programme. The induction and orientation programme was spread over four days with distinguished guests, and eminent speakers from different domains interacting with students. 

iim rohtak ipm

Talking about the IPM Programme, Prof. Dheeraj Sharma, Director IIM Rohtak, said, “We, at IIM Rohtak focus on niche areas of management education that will benefit various sections of the society.  Taking this vision ahead, we introduced a full-time 5-Year Integrated Programme in Management for young students after 12th standard, who wish to excel as business professionals in their career.”

“This is an era of super-specialisation in every field. Therefore, through IPM program IIM Rohtak wishes to offer our nation super-specialist in the domain of management program.  This program will have a strong management curriculum to produce well-rounded management professionals who can serve the nation on a variety of platforms”, Prof. Sharma further added.

On the first day, Captain Abhimanyu, Cabinet Minister, Govt. of Haryana, graced the Induction ceremony of the pioneer batch of the Integrated Programme in Management at IIM Rohtak. He emphasised the importance of earning respect among peers through humility, knowledge, and communication. He inspired the students to explore the ever-changing world that is driven by innovative and metamorphic technology while also advising them to be conscious of their surroundings and their time. He encouraged them to create a unique identity for themselves.

Unique, interactive and insightful panel discussions were also organized for the young and new participants of IIM Rohtak with topics ranging from ‘IIM Culture’ to ‘Localization and Globalization in Business’.

On the second day, Shri Manoj Yadava, DGP Haryana, while congratulating the students and parents, said, “Life is a roller coaster, where you need to have your seatbelts on and mind focussed so that it doesn’t take you in a different direction.” A tree plantation drive was organised at the IIM Rohtak campus to symbolically represent the beginning of IPM course. The newly inducted IPM students participated enthusiastically in the drive. This marked a new start for both the institute as well as the students.

Lt. Gen. Syed Ata Hasnain, Chancellor, Central University of Kashmir steered the thinking of students in a new direction on the third day of the ceremony by sharing his experiences while sharing the Indian Army. He encouraged the students on how, even they can serve their motherland by becoming scholar warriors.

Even though being the first batch, it got an overwhelming response from the student community. Institute received nearly 9000 registrations for the admission process that included IPM Aptitude Test, Written Ability Test and Personal Interview. Hence, the first batch being inducted have participation coming from PAN India. Students from 22 states of India are joining the programme. Therefore, this will be a diversified batch with 35% of female students.

Distinguished guests of the likes of Shri Sanjeev Kaushal, Addl. Chief Secretary, Govt. of Haryana, Smt. Anju Sharma, Principal Secretary, Higher Education, Gujrat, Lt. Gen. Sanjeev Anand, Dr Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi, Former Addl. Chief Secretary, Govt. of Punjab, Shri Vineet Gupta, Founder Ashoka University, among others graced the event and shared life lessons and principals of business that will make the foundation to the five-year-long learning for the young students.

IIM Rohtak is now well-established and well-respected in academia and industry. The only IIM in the Delhi-NCR region, it is the top management institute in the country. The institute aims to build the leaders of tomorrow by organizing various events like these to polish the skills of the students and keep them updated about the current trends in the industry, hence bridging the gap between industry and academia. 

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MICA Ahmedabad Review

MICA Ahmedabad Review: Your own most trusted and No.1 MBA Platform when it comes to credibility among MBA Aspirants and Alumni of top B-Schools, Career Anna, brings to you the flagship B-School Profile Series in a revamped format in 2019. We earlier brought to you FMS Delhi Review and MDI Gurgaon Review. On popular demand, we bring to you MICA Ahmedabad review by putting a comprehensive picture of the institute highlighting the pros and cons and concluding finally with Career Anna recommendation about the institute. Check out MICAT Coaching Course if aiming for MICA. 

MICA Ahmedabad Review

Prominent Courses

Institute Courses Offered

Residential Programs

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management – Communications (PGDM-C)
  • Fellow Programme in Management – Communications (FPM-C)
  • One-year Post Graduate Certificate Programme in Crafting Creative Communication (CCC)

Faculty

  • MICA has some of the country’s most creative, innovative and credited faculty from the field of Advertising, Strategic Marketing, Communications, Digital Marketing, and Media.
  • There are about 25 core faculty and 7 adjunct faculty at MICA Ahmedabad coming from the top universities across the globe with vast industry experience.
  • More than 80% of them are Ph.D. holders from top universities.
  • Among specializations, there is a good spread across Communication, Marketing, Business Management, Economics, Media & Entertainment, and General Management and most of the faculty remain accessible, beyond the classroom. 

Infrastructure

  • MICA is located in the outskirts of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad with world-class amenities and facilities.
  • MICA Ahmedabad has a well-furnished and air-conditioned library with more than ten thousand national and international books and journals.
  • The air-conditioned campus also provides the students with recreational facilities and a large cafeteria.
  • Other facilities like hostels, gym, sports ground, conference room, auditorium, medical facilities, etc are also available for the students.

MICA Ahmedabad Fees

Fee for PGDM-C programme at MICA Ahmedabad is 19 Lacs. 

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MICA Ahmedabad Placement Figures

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  • The MICA Ahmedabad Placement 2019 witnessed 78 companies participating in the placement process.
  • The Highest CTC offered went upto 58.20 LPA and the Average CTC stood at INR 12.80 LPA.
  • The highest number of offers were made in the FMCG and FMCD sector, and IT/ITES, Internet & Technology, and E-commerce sector, with 36 offers each.
  • With hundreds of companies coming on campus with a variety of job profiles, the placement process at MICA Ahmedabad gives students a lot of opportunities.
  • MICA Ahmedabad provides a plethora of opportunities. But nothing comes easy. With huge batch size, there is a cut-throat competition. 
  • Whereas the average salary offered is definitely low when compared to the top 20 B-school.

 

 

 

 

MICA Ahmedabad Review: Admission Process

The selection of the candidates for admission at MICA Ahmedabad is a three-step process:

  • Each candidate must have taken at least one of the three exams: CAT/ XAT/GMAT.
  • All candidates are assessed on MICAT, which consists of 3 sections and the psychometric test is a qualifier. Shortlist will be prepared on the basis of MICAT-1 and /or 2 or better of the two scores if a candidate has taken both MICAT-1 and MICAT-2.
  • All the candidates shortlisted on the basis of their performance in CAT/XAT/GMAT & MICAT shall appear for both Group Exercise (GE) & Personal Interview (PI). 

Career Anna Recommendation

MICA Ahmedabad Rankings 2018-19

MICA Ahmedabad is certainly among the top 10 MBA in Marketing Colleges which Career Anna recommends to students.

MICA Ahmedabad is rated highest for Advertising & Marketing Communications and if one is looking for MBA in Advertising or Marketing Communication, then MICA Ahmedabad is a must to be considered choice.

MICA is the only MBA college which offers micro specializations in Marketing and is rightly designated as Mecca of Advertising and Marketing Communications in India.

Career Anna gives 8 out of 10 rating to MICA Ahmedabad.

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Article 370 scrapped, Jammu & Kashmir to be carved into two Union Territories

Jammu & Kashmir Article 370 Scrapped: The Union government has announced its plan to scrap Article 370 of the Constitution that grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir, with an order saying “it shall come into force at once”. Jammu and Kashmir will now be governed by the laws applicable to other Indian citizens. Union Home Minister Amit Shah earlier today moved the Rajya Sabha, announcing the government has decided to repeal Article 370. The government has also decided to bifurcate the state into two Union Territories – Jammu and Kashmir, which will have a legislature, and Ladakh, which will be without a legislature.

Jammu & Kashmir Article 370 Scrapped: Highlights 

  • The government has decided to repeal Article 370 of the Constitution which grants special status to J&K.
  • Article 370 laid down that except for matters related to defence, foreign affairs, communications and issues specified in the Instrument of Accession of Jammu and Kashmir, Parliament needs the state government’s ratification for all other laws. So far, residents of the state lived under a separate set of laws, including those related to citizenship, ownership of property and fundamental rights.
  • Jammu and Kashmir will now be governed by the laws applicable to other Indian citizens.
  • The government has also decided to bifurcate the state into two Union territories – Jammu and Kashmir, which will have a legislature, and Ladakh, which will be without a legislature.

Know about Article 370

  • As per the Constitution of India, Article 370 is a “temporary provision” that grants special autonomous status to Jammu and Kashmir, including allowing it its own constitution.
  • Under Article 370, the central government’s ability to draft and enact laws affecting Jammu and Kashmir and its residents is limited.
  • The center needs approval from the state government for all legislation, with the exception of those relating to defence, foreign affairs, finance, and communications. 
  • Article 370 also consists of provisions that offer Jammu and Kashmir residents special rights and privileges, including preventing people from other parts of the country from buying land in the state.
  • Under Article 370, the centre can only declare an emergency in the state in case of war or external aggression; this rules out doing so for internal disturbances unless made specifically at the request of the state government.

Impact on the affairs of the state 

  • The announcement was immediately followed by a massive uproar in the Upper House with opposition MPs protesting in the Well of the House.
  • Back in the Valley, three of Jammu and Kashmir’s most prominent politicians – Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah, and Sajjad Lone are under house arrest amid a massive security-built up in the state.
  • Internet services and mobile services have been suspended in several places and all public gatherings are banned in Srinagar district as section 144 was imposed from midnight.
  • As per the order, there will be no movement of public and all educational institutions shall also remain closed. There will be a complete bar on holding any kind of public meetings or rallies during the period of operation of this order.
  • The strength of the security personnel has been increased around vital installations such as the civil secretariat, police headquarters, airport and various central government establishments in the city.
  • Barricades have been erected on many arterial roads, including the entry and exit points to Srinagar, the summer capital of the state.
  • Riot control vehicles have also been kept on standby in some areas where the apprehension of law and order disturbances is more, the officials added. 

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IRMA Anand Admission 2020

IRMA Anand Admission: The application process for admission to PGDRM 2020 at IRMA Anand is likely to open in the last week of September 2019. IRMA offers the option to the candidates for shortlisting based on the profile or based on their CAT/XAT exam scores for the final selection round. The application process is completely online. The last date to apply is expected to remain as December 31, 2019.

IRMA Anand Admission: Highlights

Particulars Details
Course Offered Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM)
Shortlisting Criteria Profile Based and Non-Profile Based
Scores considered for shortlisting CAT 2019/ XAT 2020
IRMA Social Awareness Test (IRMASAT) Only shortlisted candidates are eligible to appear
Mode of the exam Computer-Based Test

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IRMA Anand Admission Eligibility

  • The candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree, with at least 50% marks (45% or above for SC/ST/Differently Abled Person) or equivalent CGPA.
  • To meet the IRMA eligibility criteria, an applicant must possess a strong and consistent academic background. Performance in 10th grade, 12th grade and graduation are considered in the IRMA selection process.
  • A candidate appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply.
  • It is mandatory for a final year student, who is provisionally considered eligible by IRMA and offered admission, to complete all the requirements of graduation before the programme starts.
  • The applicant should have appeared in CAT 2019/XAT 2020 exam and must have scored minimum prescribed score in the entrance exam to become eligible for admission. 

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IRMA Anand Fees

The programme fee payable by PGDRM students at IRMA is INR 12.10 Lacs. Laptop computer, personal expenses on boarding, travel, clothes, and laundry are extra. The total programme fees for the 2020-2022 batch may increase after making the adjustment for inflations. 

IRMA Anand Intake

The flagship PGDRM 2020-22 batch at IRMA has an approved intake of 180 students.

IRMA Anand Cutoff

The admission criteria for PGDRM at IRMA has been changed. Now the shortlisting for final selection round will be based either on profile or on the CAT/XAT score, and only the shortlisted candidates will be able to appear in IRMASAT and GD-PI. IRMA gives higher emphasis on other quality parameters in its admission process. Accordingly, the B-school has not pegged the CAT, XAT score cutoff very high. The candidates above the minimum cutoff in CAT 2019/XAT 2020 will be considered for all the subsequent stages.

Entrance Exam Profile Based Cutoff percentile Non-Profile Based Cutoff Percentile
CAT 2019 80 85
XAT 2020 80 85

IRMA Anand Admission: Profile Based Shortlisting Criteria 

The applicants who are shortlisted on the basis of their profiles should also meet a minimum qualifying score in the entrance exam. Candidates who fulfill the following criteria are shortlisted for profile-based calls:

  • Graduation in Development, Agriculture, Dairy, Public policy, Sustainability, Veterinary Sciences, Food Technology.
  • Work experience in Development Sector, Dairy, Public Policy.
  • Excellence in Academics with graduation from Top Universities and Colleges.
  • Candidates who score above 80 percentile in CAT 2019/XAT 2020 and fall in the Profile based call criteria are eligible to be shortlisted for IRMASAT and GD/PI process. 

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IRMA Anand Admission: Non-Profile Based Shortlisting Criteria

Applicants are also shortlisted separately with Non-Profile based Criteria for IRMASAT and GD-PI round: 

  • Candidates who score above 85 percentile in CAT 2019/XAT 2020 and fall in the Non-Profile based call criteria are eligible to be shortlisted for IRMASAT and GD/PI process.
  • Both IRMASAT 2020 and GD/PI process will be conducted at IRMA for shortlisted candidates.
  • Mere fulfillment of minimum eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for shortlisting for the next stage of the admission process.

IRMA Anand Admission: Final Selection Criteria

  • All the shortlisted candidates are eligible to participate in the final selection round for admissions.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be called for the selection process at IRMA where they will have to take the IRMA Social Awareness Test 2020 (IRMASAT 2020), Group Activity and Personal Interview.
  • The final admission offer is based on a composite score, which takes into account the applicant’s profile, academic record, entrance test scores (CAT 2019/XAT 2020), Work experience (If any), Performance in IRMASAT,  Performance in Group Activity and Personal Interview.

IRMA is recognized not only as an institution of excellence in teaching and research but also for having successfully created the new discipline of rural management. IRMA’s Programme in Rural Management (PGDRM) prepares talented young managers to assume challenge-filled responsibilities in rural co-operatives and development organizations. The participants of this programme are highly valued in local, national and international cooperatives, NGOs, development organizations, and funding agencies. 

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NMIMS Hyderabad Review

NMIMS Hyderabad Review: Your own most trusted and No.1 MBA Platform when it comes to credibility among MBA Aspirants and Alumni of top B-Schools, Career Anna, brings to you the flagship B-School Profile Series in a revamped format in 2019. We earlier brought to you NMIMS Mumbai Review and NMIMS Bangalore Review. On popular demand, we bring to you NMIMS Hyderabad review by putting a comprehensive picture of the institute highlighting the pros and cons and concluding finally with Career Anna recommendation about the institute. Check out NMAT Coaching Course if aiming only for NMIMS.

NMIMS Hyderabad Review

Prominent Courses

Institute Courses Offered

NMIMS Hyderabad

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
  • Executive PGDM
  • Certificate in Business Analytics (CBA)

Faculty

Strong Points Weak Points
  • There are about 17 faculty at NMIMS Hyderabad coming from the top universities across the globe with vast industry experience.
  • More than 80% of them are Ph.D. holders from top universities.
  • Among specializations, the faculty distribution is highly skewed.
  • Compared to the other B-schools, the student-faculty ratio at NMIMS Hyderabad is very low. 

 

Infrastructure

  • The NMIMS Hyderabad campus is at Tarnaka and is easily accessible from the throbbing nerve-centers and IT hubs around the city.
  • Classrooms are Wi-Fi enabled along with audio-visual media and LCD Projectors. 
  • NMIMS Hyderabad has a fully computerized, well-stocked and air-conditioned library. 
  • A conference room/ MDP room with a seating capacity of 100 is one of the highlights of the Hyderabad Campus. 
  • The campus also provides the students with recreational facilities and a large cafeteria.
  • The hostel is located at a distance of 2 km from the campus and the hostels are well-equipped with modern facilities.

NMIMS Hyderabad Fees

The Fee for PGDM programme at NMIMS Hyderabad is 14.50 Lacs.

NMIMS Hyderabad Placement Figures

NMIMS Hyderabad Placement Review: Strong Points NMIMS Hyderabad Placement Review: Weak Points
  • The NMIMS Hyderabad Placement 2019 witnessed 40+ companies participating in the placement process making around 87 offers.
  • Some of the top recruiters were Shopclues, TVS, Himalaya, Oracle, Infosys, MuSigma, Tech Mahindra, etc.
 

  • Whereas the average salary offered was 12 LPA which is definitely low when compared to the top 20 B-school.
  • Also, most of the recruiters were tier 2 & tier 3 companies. 

 

NMIMS Hyderabad Review: Admission Process

The selection of the candidates for admission at NMIMS Hyderabad is a two-step process:

  • Initial shortlist is purely on the basis of NMAT Score. NMAT is the exam conducted by GMAC for the admission to different colleges which have agreed to accept NMAT Score.
  • Next round of admission process consists of Case Discussion / Writing Ability Test and Personal Interview, which will be held in the month of February/March. 

Career Anna Recommendation

NMIMS Hyderabad Rankings 2018-19

NMIMS Hyderabad is certainly among the top 25 MBA College options which Career Anna recommends to students.

High fee and average placements are the major setbacks for NMIMS Hyderabad. We recommend everyone to apply for it and convert the call. To join or not, can be decided later based on options in hand.

Career Anna gives 6.5 out of 10 rating to NMIMS Hyderabad.

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NMIMS Bangalore Review

NMIMS Bangalore Review: Your own most trusted and No.1 MBA Platform when it comes to credibility among MBA Aspirants and Alumni of top B-Schools, Career Anna, brings to you the flagship B-School Profile Series in a revamped format in 2019. We earlier brought to you FMS Delhi Review and MDI Gurgaon Review. On popular demand, we bring to you NMIMS Bangalore review by putting a comprehensive picture of the institute highlighting the pros and cons and concluding finally with Career Anna recommendation about the institute. Check out NMAT Coaching Course if aiming only for NMIMS.

NMIMS Bangalore Review

Prominent Courses

Institute Courses Offered
Full-time Post Graduate Programs
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Financial Services (PGDBFS)
Executive Programs
  • Executive PGDM
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Data Science and Analytics (PGDDSA)

Faculty

Strong Points Weak Points
  • There are about 37 faculty at NMIMS Bangalore coming from the top universities across the globe with vast industry experience.
  • More than 80% of them are Ph.D. holders from top universities.
  • Among specializations, the faculty distribution towards General Management and Human Resources is highly skewed.
  • Compared to the other B-schools, the student-faculty ratio at NMIMS Bangalore is very low. 

Infrastructure

  • NMIMS Bangalore has two campuses located in Bannerghatta and Koramangala with world-class amenities and facilities.
  • NMIMS Bangalore has a well-furnished and air-conditioned library. 
  • The air-conditioned campus also provides the students with recreational facilities and a large cafeteria.
  • The hostel is located at a distance of 4 km from the campus and the hostels are well-equipped.

NMIMS Bangalore Fees

The Fee for PGDM programme at NMIMS Bangalore is 14.50 Lacs.

NMIMS Bangalore Placement Figures

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  • The NMIMS Bangalore Placement 2019 witnessed 91 companies participating in the placement process.
  • Some of the top recruiters were Airtel, OYO, Honeywell, Yes Bank, Oracle, Infosys, IBM, Genpact, etc.
 

  • Whereas the average salary offered was 10.5 LPA which is definitely low when compared to the top 20 B-school.
  • Also most of the recruiters were tier 2 & tier 3 companies.

 

NMIMS Bangalore Review: Admission Process

The selection of the candidates for admission at NMIMS Bangalore is a two-step process:

  • Initial shortlist is purely on the basis of NMAT Score. NMAT is the exam conducted by GMAC for the admission to different colleges which have agreed to accept NMAT Score.
  • Next round of admission process consists of Case Discussion / Writing Ability Test and Personal Interview, which will be held in the month of February/March. 

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Career Anna Recommendation

NMIMS Bangalore Rankings 2018-19

  • NMIMS Bangalore is certainly among the top 25 MBA College options which Career Anna recommends to students.
  • Huge batch size and high fee are the major setbacks for NMIMS Bangalore. We recommend everyone to apply for it and convert the call. To join or not, can be decided later based on options in hand.
  • Career Anna gives 7.5 out of 10 rating to NMIMS Bangalore.

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NMIMS Mumbai Review

NMIMS Mumbai Review: Your own most trusted and No.1 MBA Platform when it comes to credibility among MBA Aspirants and Alumni of top B-Schools, Career Anna, brings to you the flagship B-School Profile Series in a revamped format in 2019. We earlier brought to you FMS Delhi Review and MDI Gurgaon Review. On popular demand, we bring to you NMIMS Mumbai review by putting a comprehensive picture of the institute highlighting the pros and cons and concluding finally with Career Anna recommendation about the institute. Check out NMAT Coaching Course if aiming only for NMIMS.

NMIMS Mumbai Review

Prominent Courses

Institute Courses Offered
Full-time Post Graduate Programs
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • MBA (Human Resources)
  • MBA (Pharmaceutical Management)
  • MBA (Law)
Executive Programs
  • Executive MBA (EMBA)
  • Executive MBA in Pharmaceutical Management

Faculty

  • There are about 57 faculty at NMIMS Mumbai coming from the top universities across the globe with vast industry experience.
  • More than 80% of them are Ph.D. holders from top universities.
  • Among specializations, there is a good spread across Finance, Economics, Marketing, IT, Operations, and General Management and most of the faculty remain accessible, beyond the classroom. 

Infrastructure

  • NMIMS School of Business Management is housed in the new campus with world-class amenities and facilities.
  • NMIMS Resource Centre is a well-furnished and air-conditioned library spread over 15,000 sq.ft.
  • The building is a 10-storey building with 60 plus classrooms. This campus is state of the art with the latest technology. 
  • The air-conditioned campus also provides the students with recreational facilities and a large cafeteria.
  • NMIMS houses a state-of-the-art Management Development Program (MDP) hall. 

NMIMS Mumbai Fees

The Fee for MBA/MBA(HR) programme at NMIMS Mumbai is 18.50 Lacs.

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NMIMS Mumbai Placement Figures

NMIMS Mumbai Placement Review: Strong Points NMIMS Mumbai Placement Review: Weak Points
  • The NMIMS Mumbai Placement 2019 witnessed 166 companies participating in the placement process.
  • The Highest CTC offered went upto 30.37 LPA and the Average CTC stood at INR 17.79 LPA.
  • Marquee recruiters such as Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Barclays, DBS, JP Morgan, HSBC, Accenture, EY, TATA, Google, and L&T participated in the placement process.
  • With hundreds of companies coming on campus with a variety of job profiles, the placement process at NMIMS Mumbai gives students a lot of opportunities.
  • NMIMS Mumbai provides a plethora of opportunities. But nothing comes easy. With huge batch size, there is a cut-throat competition. 
  • Whereas the average salary offered for MBA (HR) is definitely low when compared to the top 20 B-school. Also, most of the recruiters in HR domain were tier 2 & tier 3 companies. 

 

 

 

NMIMS Mumbai Review: Admission Process

The selection of the candidates for admission at NMIMS Mumbai is a two-step process:

  • Initial shortlist is purely on the basis of NMAT Score. NMAT is the exam conducted by GMAC for the admission to different colleges which have agreed to accept NMAT Score.
  • Next round of admission process consists of Case Discussion / Writing Ability Test and Personal Interview, which will be held in the month of February/March. 

Career Anna Recommendation

NMIMS Mumbai Rankings 2018-19

NMIMS Mumbai is certainly among the top 20 MBA College options which Career Anna recommends to students.

Huge batch size and high fee are the major setbacks for NMIMS Mumbai. However, NMIMS Mumbai is rated higher for Finance as specialization and if one is looking for MBA in Finance, then NMIMS can be a decent choice.

Career Anna gives 8 out of 10 rating to NMIMS Mumbai.

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SIBM Pune Admission 2020

SIBM Pune Admission 2020: SIBM, Pune admission 2020 opens in the last week of August, 2019. SIBM Pune will accept only SNAP exam scores. Candidates apart from applying for SNAP exam 2019 have to apply separately to SIBM Pune for MBA admission. In this article, we bring to you all that you need to know about SIBM Pune Admission Process. 

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SIBM Pune Admission 2020: Important Dates

Details Date
SNAP Online Registration Start Date Last week of August 2019
SIBM Pune Registration Start Date Last week of August 2019
Last date of Online registration for SIBM Pune Second week of December 2019
Shortlist for GE-PI Second week of January 2020
Final Merit list display Last week of February 2020
Programme Commencement June 2020

SIBM Pune Admission Eligibility

  • Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (45% for SC/ST).
  • Candidates appearing for the final year graduation examination are also eligible to apply. Their admission, however, will be subject to obtaining a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in the qualifying examination.
  • One of the most important points in SIBM Admission Eligibility criteria is that the candidate should appear in SNAP 2019 exam and must obtain minimum cutoff score in the entrance exam to become eligible for admission. 

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Application Fee

The registration and application fee for SNAP 2019 and SIBM Pune is as under:

Programme SNAP Exam Fee SIBM Pune Application Fee
MBA Rs.1750/- + GST Rs.1000/- + GST

SIBM Pune Fees 

SIBM Pune fee structure for MBA programme is as under:

Programme Programme Fee Remarks
MBA Rs.20,50,000  Includes Hostel & Mess charges
MBA (Innovation & Entrepreneurship) Rs.16,50,000 Includes Hostel & Mess Charges

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SIBM Pune Intake

Following are the programme wise seats available for admission 2020 at Symbiosis Institute of Management Pune:

Programme Intake
MBA 180 Students
MBA (Innovation & Entrepreneurship)  60 Students

SIBM Pune Cutoff

Institute City Cutoff
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) Pune 98

SIBM Pune: Admission Process

Following steps are included in the SIBM Pune Admission process:

Step 1: Candidate must appear and score the minimum required percentile in SNAP 2019 exam.

Step 2: Along with submitting the application for SNAP exam, candidates should register and apply for admission to SIBM Pune by paying additional registration fee of Rs.1000/-.

Step 3: Candidates are shortlisted based on their cutoff scores in SNAP 2019 and those who have applied for admission to SIBM Pune.

Step 4: Shortlisted candidates are called for GE-WAT-PI Round from among the candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria for the programme.

Step 5: Final selection round will be held separately at SIBM Pune campus.

Step 6: After the GE-PI-WAT round, final admission offers will be made to the successful candidates. Admission offer will be based on the weightage awarded to SNAP score, GE, WAT, PI and institute specific marks.

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Pune is a premier B-School in India recognized for its excellence in academics, high-quality management programme and its valuable contributions to industry, society, and students. SIBM Pune is affiliated to Symbiosis International (Deemed University) – SIU, one of the top 50 Universities in the NIRF, Government of India Ranking. 

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XLRI Jamshedpur Admission 2020

XLRI Jamshedpur Admission: XLRI Jamshedpur Admission 2020 process is likely to open in the third week of August 2019 along with the opening of XAT 2020 registration. XLRI is the XAT 2020 exam conducting authority and provides the facility to apply for XAT 2020 and for one or multiple management programmes of XLRI with a common application form by paying a nominal additional application fee. XLRI admission criteria and the process for PGDM 2020 is based on XAT 2020 scores for domestic candidates and XAT 2020 or GMAT (Taken between December 1, 2017, and December 31, 2019) scores for NRI and foreign nationals.

Programmes Offered 

  • Postgraduate diploma in Business Management (PGDM – BM).
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDM – HRM).
  • Postgraduate diploma in General Management (PGDM – GM). 

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XLRI Application 2020: Important dates

Event Date
XLRI Application Start date August 21, 2019
Last date to apply for XLRI Admission 2020 November 30, 2019
Last date to apply for XLRI Admission 2020 (With Late Fee) December 10, 2019
XLRI Shortlist Announcement for final selection round 2020 February 2020, 1st week

XLRI Eligibility Criteria for Admission 2020

XLRI Eligibility Criteria for PGDM (BM) & PGDM (HRM)

  • The candidate must hold a recognized bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration or equivalent in any discipline.
  • No minimum percentage of marks in graduation has been prescribed for XLRI admission 2020.
  • All Indian candidates should apply and appear for XAT 2020.
  • NRI and Foreign candidates may apply either through GMAT (Taken between December 1, 2017,and December 30, 2019) or through XAT 2020.
  • A candidate appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply.
  • It is mandatory for a final year student, who is provisionally considered eligible by XLRI Jamshedpur and offered admission, to submit the mark-sheet and degree certificate of the final year bachelor’s degree examination at a later date as decided by XLRI.
  • Work experience is not mandatory for PGDM (BM) and PGDM (HRM) programs. Fresh graduates and those with work experience can apply. 

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XLRI Eligibility Criteria for PGDM (GM)

  • The candidate must hold a recognized bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration or equivalent in any discipline.
  • Five Years of Work experience is mandatory for PGDM (GM). So, No Fresh Graduate can apply.
  • At least five years of managerial experience is required as on March 31, 2020, in an organization of repute in the public, private or non-governmental sector after completing graduation.
  • The work experience of the candidate employed in a full-time job only will be considered.

XLRI Jamshedpur Admission: Application Fee

XLRI Admission & XAT Fee Component  Fee Amount
XAT Registration Fee  Rs.1800/-
XAT Registration Fee (With Late Fee)  Rs.2100/-
Additional XLRI Application Form Fee  Rs. 400/- For Each XLRI PGDM Programme
Additional XLRI Application Form Fee (With late fee) Rs.500/- For each XLRI PGDM Programme)

XLRI Jamshedpur Fees

Programme Fee (Rs. in Lakhs)
PGDM (BM) 23
PGDM (HRM) 23
PGDM (GM) 20

XLRI Jamshedpur Admission: XAT Score Cutoff  

XLRI Jamshedpur XAT 2020 cutoffs for all the three PGDM programmes are expected to remain different as per the past trends. Besides, XLRI gives higher emphasis on other quality parameters in its admission process. Going by the past trends, following cutoffs are expected for XLRI admission 2020.

Programme  Overall XAT Cutoff  Verbal & Logical Ability  Decision Making Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation
PGDM (BM) 95 Percentile 70+ 80+ 90+
PGDM (HRM) 90 Percentile 75+ 80+ 80+

GMAT Cutoffs

  • PGDM (BM): Candidates with a GMAT score of 720 & above can expect to be called for Interview and GD.
  • PGDM (HRM): Candidates with a GMAT score of 700 & above can expect to be called for Interview and GD.
  • PGDM (GM): Applicants with a GMAT score of more than 630 can expect to be called for Interview and GD.

XLRI Jamshedpur Shortlisting Criteria

The first part of XLRI Admission criteria is the shortlisting for final selection round. A candidate is shortlisted by XLRI Jamshedpur based on the following criteria:

  • On the basis of their scores obtained in XAT or GMAT and as per the admission eligibility criteria.
  • The shortlisting is based on the sectional as well as overall score in XAT or GMAT.
  • The academic profile of the candidates also plays a key role in shortlisting for PGDM (BM) and PGDM (HRM) programmes.
  • For PGDM (GM) relevant and quality work experience of 5 years and above is considered in shortlisting. 

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XLRI Final Selection Criteria

  • All the shortlisted candidates are eligible to participate in the final selection round for admission to the XLRI PGDM programmes.
  • The Personal Interview round is usually conducted between mid- February and March in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, and Jamshedpur. 
  • The final selection list is based on a composite score, which takes into account the applicant’s academic record, entrance test scores, work experience and performance in the PI round.
  • XLRI releases the final admission list in the month of April and the academic session commences from June 2020.

Xavier School of Management (XLRI) is a premier, private management institute in India founded in 1949. Over the last seven decades, XLRI has helped in shaping responsible business leaders who serve organizations of repute across the globe. As an institution, XLRI  strives to contribute its mite to the professional growth and management of innumerable organizations that serve the public. 

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MDI Gurgaon Admission 2020

MDI Gurgaon Admission 2020: MDI Gurgaon is likely to open its PGDM Admission 2020 Application Process in the first week of September 2019. The application process is online and MDI Gurgaon will accept CAT 2019 score for its admission process. Apart from applying for CAT 2019, candidates need to apply for admission separately to MDI Gurgaon. In this article, we bring to you all that you need to know about MDI Gurgaon Admission Process.

Programmes Offered

MDI Gurgaon offers three main full-time PGDM programmes namely,

  • Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM).
  • Post Graduate Programme – Human Resource Management (PGP-HRM).
  • Post Graduate Programme – International Management (PGP-IM).

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MDI Gurgaon Admission 2020: Important Dates

Event Date
MDI Gurgaon Application Start date September 5-7, 2019
Last date to apply for MDI Admission 2020 November 23-25, 2019
MDI Gurgaon Short List Announcement for final selection round 2020 February 2020

MDI Gurgaon Admission Eligibility

There is a slight difference in the eligibility criteria for PGPM/PGP-HRM and for PGP-IM programmes at MDI Gurgaon. To meet the MDI Gurgaon PGPM/PGP-HRM eligibility criteria, the candidate must hold a minimum 3 years’ bachelor’s degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA. Whereas for the PGP-IM, the candidate must hold a 4 years’ bachelor’s degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA.

For all the three programmes, the applicant must have also scored a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent CGPA in class 10 and 12. Candidates appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply. All the candidates should appear in CAT 2019 exam and must score the minimum cutoff in the entrance exam to become eligible for shortlisting. 

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MDI Gurgaon Admission Cutoff  

MDI Gurgaon does not declare the admission cutoff scores. However, going by the past trends MDI Gurgaon may have cutoffs between 93 and 95 percentile in CAT 2019 for admission 2020. Along with the CAT exam score, MDI Gurgaon considers academic score, final selection round GD-PI-WAT cutoffs, and work experience.

MDI Gurgaon: Intake

Programme Intake
2-years full-time PGPM 240
2-years full-time PGP-HR 60
2-years full-time PGP-IM 60

MDI Gurgaon Fees

Programme Fees
PGPM 21.34 Lacs
PGP-HR 21.34 Lacs
PGP-IM 25 Lacs

MDI Gurgaon Admission: Selection Process

MDI Gurgaon Shortlisting Criteria

The first part of MDI Gurgaon Admission criteria is the shortlisting for final selection round. A candidate is shortlisted by MDI Gurgaon if he/she meets the following shortlisting criteria:

  • Candidates are shortlisted for GD-PI-WAT Round from among the candidates who have a valid CAT 2019 score, and who have applied for admission to MDI Gurgaon and satisfy the eligibility criteria for the programme.
  • Only the shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion, Written Test and Personal Interview in the month of February/March 2019 at one of the centers, viz. Bangalore, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Mumbai. 

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Final Admission Selection Round Criteria

  • After the GD-PI round, final admission offers will be made to successful candidates in April 2020. The final selection is based on a diverse set of attributes which includes performance in CAT, performance in GD-PI, academics, co-curricular and extra-curricular achievements, work experience among others
  • MDI Gurgaon awards 55% weight to CAT exam score in the overall selection process and rest to the other components like Personal Interview(PI); Group Discussion (GD); Writing Ability Test (WAT); Academics; Work Experience among others.

MDI Gurgaon is one of the top-ranking business schools in India with a vision to be a ‘Global Business School’. The programmes at MDI Gurgaon have been carefully designed to meet the needs of today’s business and develop professional managers. It is the first Indian Business School and second in Asia to get international accreditation for its courses from ‘Association of MBAs’ (AMBA), UK. 

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IIFT Delhi Review

IIFT Delhi Review: Your own most trusted and No.1 MBA Platform when it comes to credibility among MBA Aspirants and Alumni of top B-Schools, Career Anna, brings to you the flagship B-School Profile Series in a revamped format in 2019. We earlier brought to you FMS Delhi Review and MDI Gurgaon Review. On popular demand, we bring to you IIFT Delhi review by putting a comprehensive picture of the institute highlighting the pros and cons and concluding finally with Career Anna recommendation about the institute. 

IIFT Delhi Review

Prominent Courses

Institute Courses Offered

IIFT Delhi

  • Master of Business Administration – International Business
  • MA (Economics) – With Specialisation in Trade and Finance
  • Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (EPGDIB)
  • Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Marketing (EPGDIM)
  • Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Financial Strategies (EPGDIFS) 
  • Doctoral Programme

Faculty

  • There are about 67 faculty at IIFT coming from the top universities across the globe with vast industry experience.
  • More than 80% of them are Ph.D. holders from top universities.
  • Among specializations, there is a good spread across Finance, Economics, Marketing, IT, Strategy, and General Management.
  • Most of the faculty remain accessible, beyond the classroom. 

Infrastructure

  • IIFT Delhi is Located in the Qutab Institutional Area in close vicinity of JNU, New Delhi spreading over six acres of land.
  • The institute has an in-house library well equipped with both print and electronic resources. 
  • IIFT Delhi houses a Foreign Trade Library which is a knowledge bank in the field of Management, Foreign Trade and WTO related issues.
  • IIFT’s Computer Centre has state of the art IT infrastructure.
  • The MBA (International Business) is a fully residential programme. There is a separate wing for girl students. The Institute also has residential facilities for participants of its Management Development Programmes. The hostels are fully Wi-Fi enabled and also offers mess and other facilities.

IIFT Delhi Fees

The Fee for MBA(IB) programme is 16.70 Lacs for the General Category candidates, 8.35 Lacs for the SC/ST/PWD candidates.

IIFT Placement Figures

IIFT Placement Review: Strong Points IIFT Placement Review: Weak Points
  • The IIFT Placement 2019 witnessed 98 companies participating in the placement process.
  • The Highest International CTC offered crossed 1 Crore and the Average CTC stood at INR 20.07 LPA.
  • Marquee recruiters such as Goldman Sachs, JPMC, Axis Bank, HSBC, Yes Bank, Amazon, TATA, Google, etc participated in the placement process.
  • With hundreds of companies coming on campus with a variety of job profiles, the placement process at IIFT gives students a lot of opportunities.
  • IIFT provides a plethora of opportunities. But nothing comes easy. With huge batch size, there is a cut-throat competition. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IIFT Delhi Review: Admission Process

The selection of the candidates for admission at IIFT Delhi is a two-step process:

  • The first stage is appearing for the IIFT Exam conducted by the IIFT Delhi.
  • On clearing the required cutoffs and the composite score, Shortlisted candidates will be called for a Group discussion and Personal interview round. The final selection is based on the cumulative performance of the candidate in the written test as well as the group discussion and personal interview round. 

Career Anna Recommendation

IIFT Delhi Rankings 2018-19

  • IIFT Delhi is certainly among the top 10 MBA College options which Career Anna recommends to students.
  • IIFT Delhi has a pretty good RoI in terms of placements, profiles and learning experience. Thus, IIFT Delhi gets a thumbs up from Career Anna Team. 
  • Career Anna gives 8 out of 10 rating to IIFT Delhi.

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