While everyone talks about the MBA Colleges with the Best RoI, usually the MBA Colleges with the Worst RoI skip from getting noticed and end up not doing any major good to serious MBA Aspirants’ career. In this article, we bring to you a select list of MBA Colleges with the Worst RoI so that you can take this into consideration while applying to these colleges. Final decision to apply or not, remains with you.
MBA Colleges with the Worst RoI
International Management Institute, IMI Delhi
IMI tops the list of MBA Colleges with the Worst RoI.
Highly inflated reports, very stringent and non friendly internal Placement policies, very nominal actual Median CTC, very high Fee. No reputation in major FMCG and Pharma companies. No major alumni strength.
Comes second in the list, with actual Median CTC in the range of 7-7.5 lpa with a very high fee. Placements majorly only in IT industry. Very nominal placements in Finance. Almost nothing in B2C and B2B major companies.
Another college which over relies on Marketing stints through some MBA portals to misguide the students. No alumni base, less than 75% Placements and not much experienced faculty to list as few reasons why does the college feature in this list.
MISB Bocconi, Mumbai
Another institute which markets itself through its parent institute while in India the actual institute in which students get to study is struggling to make a foothold among top recruiting companies of India. Fee is high with not so true promises of the institutes. Also, the pedagogy makes it tough for students to leverage the actual learning benefits from teachers.
Another institute which does not justify the fee that students pay to study in it. Be it in terms of placements, exposure or faculty.
After the Above 4, there are certain group of institutions with the worst RoI – And no middle class aspirant or an aspirant who is going to pursue MBA from hard earned money / huge education loan should not go for. These are:
- Amity Group of Institutions
- ITM Group of Institutions
- Jaypee Group of Institutions
- MIT Group of Institutions