Ques. Which is a better choice for an MBA, IBS Hyderabad, or BIMTECH in Greater Noida?
● Top Answer By Rachit Bansal on 15 Feb 21
Ans.It must be said that both the colleges are excellent. We can compare the colleges on the basis of the salary achieved per student.
Let’s say, there is a college X that gives excellent placements in 2014. They extended the batch in 2015, but the number of companies visiting the college is still the same. The college still maintains a brand status of being a college that provides 100% placements and a high figure salary. The next year, with a little bit of effort, they managed to place the remaining students of the batch somehow or the remaining students worked out something on their own as the college wasn’t able to provide them with placement on time.
Even in this case, the institute will boast of the high average placement salary by data manipulation.
Here comes the real deal - In the next two years, suppose this highly reputed college expands its number of seats with increased intakes. But the problem still remains the same as the number of companies that come for placements don't increase proportionally. But it holds a good brand value again.
The placement situation becomes worse if the demand sinks for some reason. There are many students who struggle to secure a job and after a while get a placement on their own. The institute will proudly flaunt that on the website but you will not get the details about the student’s struggle.
The only way to guard yourself is by looking at the following for an institute.
Median salary (not the average salary)
Presence of a silly international tour
IBS Hyderabad Vs BIMTECH in Greater Noida
BIMTECH in Greater Noida
INR 7.97 LPA
INR. 8 LPA and above.
INR 15.89 LPA
INR 23 LPA(International)
INR 7.1 LPA (for MBA)
INR 12 Lakhs(for PGDM)
Wipro, Zomato, Oracle, PWC, Deloitte, Genpact, etc.
TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Indusind Bank, RBL Bank, ITC, Voltas, TVs, and etc.
No. of Recruiters
Every college can place its topper, which doesn’t require effort. The real effort lies in the college traveling the last mile to get its last student placed. Look out for such traits, talk to your seniors who are ahead of their placement, and make a wise decision.Read more
Ques. MBA from IBS Hyderabad or PGPM from IBS Gurgaon? Will the MBA from IBS Hyd worth its cost?
● Top Answer By Aniket Atul Mahulikar on 07 Oct 20
Ans.IBS Hyderabad is ranked 8th for private MBA by Outlook 2020. Whereas, IBS Gurgaon has secured the 10th position among the top 30 new generation B-Schools.
Admission: For taking admission in the MBA program of IBS Hyderabad or PGPM program of IBS Gurgaon students are selected based on their performance in IBSAT. For final selection both the institute conducts Group Discussions and Personal Interviews. The required cutoff for the institutes is as follows.
The total fees per year are INR 7.02 Lakhs in IBS Hyderabad while it is INR 4.01 lakhs in IBS Gurgaon.
IBS Hyderabad saw an average CTC of INR 7.32 LPA in the year 2019 while IBS Gurgaon recorded an average CTC of INR 6.05 LPA in the year 2019.
The Highest CTC at IBS Hyderabad was of INR 50.23 LPA which is way ahead of 17 LPA offered at IBS Gurgaon in the year 2019.
The top recruiters in both of the colleges were mostly the same – Bharti Airtel, E&Y, HDFC Bank, Genpact, TCS, and many more.
IBS Hyderabad offers admissions to over 1200 students every year for an MBA. Seeing this, if you are someone who sees himself/herself in the top 30-50 students, then it might be worth joining IBS Hyderabad. Since the total fees for the 2 year MBA program stand around INR 18 Lakhs (Tuition fees + hostel charges) while the average CTC is around INR 7 lakhs per annum only.Read more
Faculty members are very good. They have deep knowledge in their field. You can ping them personally when you want for any doubt. There will be doubt clearing sessions also if you demand. Exams will be in every 5 weeks.
I have done my BBA and to expand my knowledge and for better opportunities, I planned to do my MBA. Faculty student ratio would be 1:100. The faculties are highly qualified. They use a case study methodology for teaching. Term exams were every 4 months and it was pretty challenging.
IBS is known for their case based method for teaching. With all honesty, it's a great way to see the real life implications of the concepts that we study, so do take that seriously.
As far as concerned about the curriculum I can only speak for IBS Hyderabad as for other branches curriculum differs a bit.
In totality, we have 4 semesters and a summer internship program that is conducted after the 2nd semester.
The first 2 semesters the focus will be to get your basics strong
Then we got an internship program. College does get great companies coming for internships both paid and unpaid and some also provide PPOs.
Do read about the company thoroughly before applying for the internships. (this is graded as well)
The last two semesters is where you get to select your specialization. All the provided courses will be explained to you by the faculties before you opt for them.
Overall the curriculum designed by the university is pretty good.
I chose this course because it's most important and know course. Most of the faculty have PHD degree in their own field. Internals and projects submission is every now and then. Exams were quite difficult due to MCQs.
The entire course structure for the 1st year MBA students is the same. The major agenda is to introduce the budding managers to the basics of each and every management aspect like Marketing, Finance, HR, and Operations. Faculties are all Ph.D holders and most of them have good industry experience. Exams are conducted on a semester basis and if you study thoroughly you can ace the examination with flying colors.
The college follows case-based learning rather than theory. All the faculties have a Ph.D in their respective fields and well versed with the subjects. All the exams had questions that would analyze out critical thinking rather than bookish learning and the exams are really challenging and hence a relative marking system is done to score the students.
Well IBS Hyderabad has a lot of streams and all the subjects are up-to-date according to time. So this is the very good thing in IBS Hyderabad. It has lot of experienced faculties. And they are very very helpful. In 2 year you have to face 4 semesters
Course curriculum is same for all the 1st year students. They are trained with the basic management subjects and communication skills. Most important thing is the Case Study based learning approach which is followed in ICFAI to give the students a holistic approach towards management education. Exams are not that difficult if you study from Day One.
IBS Hyderabad has a lot of streams.I personally like HR most. If I want to say about faculty then they are very good and helpful.IBS Hyderabad has one of the most experienced faculties. There are 4 semesters in 2 years. You have to study hard.
Marketing was in my DNA. I always liked marketing and would like to explore more about the opportunity. Also, my summer internship was in the marketing field which helped me in gaining in-hand experience
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Priyal Rastogi, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. She appeared for NMAT and scored 182. She graduated from Thakur College of Science and Commerce with 9.32 CGPA. Priyal Rastogi also has 1 year of experience.
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Current institute: IBS Hyderabad
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Current institute: IBS Hy
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