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Tuition fees is Rs. 8 lac per year and hostel fees is Rs. 3 lac per year.
The course structure is very well maintain. No changes required.
Tuition fees is Rs. 11 lac per year and hostel fees is Rs. 3.2 lac per year.
Financial accounting - this has been one of my favourite subjects since my higher secondary. The modules deal with the topics in which my interest lies upon
Tuition fees is Rs. 11 lac for 2 years and hostel fees is Rs. 1.56 lac per year.
I like Economics since 3-4 years. Well structured course curriculum. They are really clear about their concept.
Tuition fees is Rs. 10 lac for 1 year. Hostel fees is Rs. 4 lac for 1 year. The fee is slightly expensive
I love Sales & distribution, Digital marketing, Marketing management and Capstone in the course curriculum. Not needed perfect curriculum as it covers all the aspects of marketing
The fees structure is Rs. 11 lac + 4 lac (hotel fees). Yes, the fees is affordable.
I love Marketing principles, Business statistics, Managerial communication, Consumer behavior in the course curriculum.
the fee structure is 10 lac per year which is more expensive
The course curriculum is Good.....
The tuition fee for the batch 2011- 2013 was Rs. 8,00,000 for two years and Hostel and Mess fees was around Rs. 2,40,000 for two years. The tuition fees is a little on the higher side, however, Hostel and Mess Fees is pretty decent as the facilities provided are good.
I was a part of their flagship program Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM). They offer 4 specialisations, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource and Operations. I joined Human Resource Course. Overall the curriculum was good but no choice was offered for electives. Electives were same for students doing the same specialisation.
Two year course costs 7.5 lakhs (including single accommodation) in 2006-07. Which I believe was cheaper than a lot of other colleges. The facilities and the food provided was good quality so 7.5 lakhs was justified.
Since I was in Retail Management and currently working with a top retail house, when I look back at the course we had studies about every touch point in retail, My immense knowledge in Retail comes from the topics I have covered during my course.
In my opinion, given the facilities and infrastructure provided by the college, the fee structure is pretty feasible. Calling it inexpensive would not be right though, but it is manageable. For our batch, the total tuition fee was 9 lakhs, the hostel and mess fee somewhere around 2.5 - 3 lakhs ( I don't remember the exact figure).
In my opinion, the course curriculum is very well defined and neatly structured. We get detailed course outline and timeline at the beginning of each trimester, which helps us to plan in advance how to manage our time. Since I am a Marketing Major, I would comment about the Marketing electives.
The fee structure is feasible if you compare the management fee structure with thers. otherwise you will feel its expensive all in all, the additional fees for food and logging was worth it, good facilities, and safe hostels. etc were there fees had to be submitted by yearly or qurterly. tution fee was high though.
The course of operations stream is good, if research is the focus of the student. rather operations research is a separate subject that is taught in detail, including the methods and techniques,etc. apart from that subjects like Supply chain management, logistics and statistics are dealt in detail. Linear Programming faculty is good, that's a pus.