Fee structure is expensive but availability of education loans and good placements make it easy to bear the expense. The fee is around Rs. 15,00,000 for 2 years (6 terms). The expenses for Himalayan Outbound Program is over and above the course fees.
Course curriculum is good with a significant focus on idea generation. We have a concept of CIS projects wherein students can opt to work on a project of their choice and they will be mentored and reviewed by the professors. This course will add to the requisite number of credits for the course.
The course is a bit expensive it costs more than 30Lakhs for 5 years when all expenses are factored in. However the return on investment is very high with respect to fields like engineering. Fess has to be paid in installments every year. The first 3 years cost around 13 Lakhs and the last two years is standard PGP costs.
The course curriculum is very nice. It's a well planned course which aims at the holistic development of an individual. We have many interesting courses like Philosophy, Sociology, along with the core courses like Statistics Economics and all. We also have to choose a foreign language as well.
There is no fee for FPM course. Free Lodging boarding is provided by Institute. Stipend of Rs. 27000/- per month are provided for first two years. After two years, there is a comprehensive exam and after passing that exam, stipend of Rs. 33000/- per month are provided for third and fourth years to each FPM student.
The course curriculum is excellent and rigorous. It totally focused on research. It includes literature review, seminal article on the previous research. It also includes case studies of the problems of the various industry which offers a good ground for learning.
The fee structure is expensive. Approximately 22 lakhs for the entire course including accommodation and mess facility. SBI also offers student loan especially for this programme.
The fees structure is flexible with an option to pay it over the first three months of the course.One can also speak to the college authorities for alternative options. They have been pretty flexible with the paymemt.
Curriculum is quite hectic considering that it was just a 10 month program then. However I had not expected anything less. It has an adept mix of Finance, Analytics and General Management subjects and for the last two terms one can chose to select either Finace or Analytics as his/her core skills.
It is a bit expensive. About 15 lakhs for the first 3 years and then 14 lakhs for the next 2 years.
In the first year we have Mathematics, English Economics and statistics.For electives (any one):1) German, Spanish, Mandarin, French2) Music, Dance
Fees in IIMs are quite expensive. Be prepared to shell out around INR 15 lakhs for a 2 year's course. The same include tuition fees, books, hostel, canteen and other infrastructure costs.
The first year is a mix of general mgmt, marketing, finance, HR and consulting. For second year, each participant designs their own course from a bouquet of offerings.
Its bit expensive. I have to take a loan to fund my studies and in addition to fees one has to arrange accommodation, food etc. so it was bit expensive
Course curriculum was good and the module system was superb. We tend to learn a lot during a module n get proper time to by heart the module and learn the intrigues of the subject.
The fee is expensive, but can be serviced with the help of a loan if needed. Being an IIM many banks will provide loans easily. The term wise fee structure makes sure that you need not shell out the entire 15 lakhs in one go.
I chose a mix of Marketing and Finance subjects during the second year of the course. Some of my electivesa r eas follows: Business Analysis and Valuation, Options futures and Derivatives, IAPM, Insurance, B2B Marketing, Sales and Distribution Management, Supply Chain Management.
15.6 lakh/ two year and it needs to be paid in each tri sem over two years. This includes academic as well as hostel fees land their is no extra charges apart from this.
General management course, financial analysis and reporting, project financials, portfolio management and security analysis, strategic management, quantitative techniques, human resource management.