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As mentioned earlier we couldn't have the opportunity to experience campus life. So we didn't have to pay for it. But in an offline mode, it is compulsory. what we have heard is that the food is amazing, every MBA student gets their own room. The hostel had no AC but the school is completely air conditioned. The campus is located in the outskirts of Hyderabad over 70+ acres of land. The campus has got cafeterias that are open pretty much all night that I have heard. Overall the amenities provided are good. The hostel will add approximately from 40k to 50k to your fees
This 2 year MBA program is residential. Both twin and single sharing rooms are available for students. Mess facility is available and meals are provided three times a day which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
IBS Hyderabad also provides hostels for boys and girls. There are separate hostels for boys and girls. Rooms are neat and clean.. 24 hours water available.. the provides very good food. Veg and nonveg both are available.. wardens are caring and friendly.
I have opted for the hostel, as it is mandatory in Hyderabad campus, the total cost is 3 lakh for two years, rooms are of all varieties, attached washroom, balcony, non attached washroom, every kind is available.
This MBA program is an accommodation one as its away from the city and travelling daily isn’t easy. The hostel and food charges are included .The college fees is 1400000. And the hostel and Mess charges go around 400000. Which makes the total fees 1800000.
I opted for an individual room with an attached bathroom. Each room has its own geaser and floor cleaning is responsible by the authorised people. They ensure that rooms were cleaned every week and whenever required. There are two mess rooms each that could accommodate 500 students at a time. It is made sure that everything is available at all the time. Even in hostels, a separate canteen has been maintained all over the night to make sure that students who are night owls could avail that service. Quality is average and not up to the mark because sometimes I feel like not eating because of the quality of the food that hostel management provides. Registration for special rooms was difficult as the procedure involves the submission of health certificates. Shortlisting is fined which sometimes feel like a difficult procedure. That is also done on a first come first serve basis. In hostels, every floor has 2 washing machines making things for students easier. Sanitisation is maintained properly.
They have North Indian and South Indian both style food, extra canteen are also there. After getting into college, you have to register for the hostel as well. If you want a personal bathroom, then it will be provided with an extra cost of rupees 10000.
For every student, they have 1 room, wifi, bed, water facilities are there. If you want a personal bathroom, you have to pay 10000 extra for that. after registered at the college, you have to take a hostel and will do registration for the same. It is basically a residential campus, everyone has to take a hostel.
This is very nice. Food is in both south Indian and north Indian style, hostel room has attached bathroom facilities also, for that you have to pay 10,000 extra costs. This is totally residential campus, you have to take hostel only, no rented house is there.
The campus has separate stay for boys and girls. Every student get their own personal room with an attached balcony. Comon washrooms along with washing machines are available. Each floor has 4 washrooms. The institute also offers rooms with an attached washrooms for an extra fee. The hostels is within the campus and have strict rules and timings to follow. It has a salon and night canteen too. The common areas of the hostel has televisions too.
Ankush Kapoor, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. He appeared for NMAT and scored 193. He graduated from K.P.B. Hinduja College of Commerce, University of Mumbai with a 9.32 CGPA. Ankush Kapoor Profile Current institute: IBS Hyderabad Graduation College: K.P.B. Hinduja
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. Priyal Rastogi Profile Current institute: IBS Hyderabad
Dimpesh Taank, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. He appeared for IBSAT and scored 96.7%. Dimpesh Taank has 3 years of work experience at Accenture. Dimpesh Taank also shared his experiences about Group Discussion and Personal Interview in this article. Dimpesh Taank Profile
Prabhdeep Singh Keer, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. He appeared for IBSAT and scored 87%. Prabhdeep Singh Keer graduated from Guru Gobind Singh College of Engineering with a 74.13%. Prabhdeep Singh Keer also shared his experiences about Group Discussion and Personal Interview in th
Mounika Gurumurthy, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing Operations-IT & Marketing. She appeared for CAT and scored 95.95 percentile. Mounika Gurumurthy graduated from MVSR Engineering College, Osmania University, Hyderabad with 73.54 per cent marks. Mounika Gurumurthy has shared her
Barsa Pradhan, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. She appeared for NMAT and scored 188. She graduated from KIIT with 81 per cent marks. Barsa Pradhan also has 3.5 years of experience at BNY Mellon Technology as Sr Application Developer. Barsa Pradhan Profile Current
Varun, a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. He appeared for IBSAT and scored 86%. Varun graduated from Amity University with a 7.8 CGPA. Varun also shared his experiences about Group Discussion and Personal Interview in this article. Varun Profile Current institute: IBS Hy
Taniya Biswas a student of IBS Hyderabad is pursuing MBA. She appeared for IBSAT and CAT both and scored 85% in CAT and 92 in IBSAT. Taniya graduated from Calcutta University with a 73% marks. Taniya also shared her experiences about Group Discussion and Personal Interview in this article.
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IBS Hyderabad is one of the reputed B Schools in the state of Telengana. It has achieved huge name and fame and recently received AACSB accredition. Only top 10% of the institutes in India is under AACSB category. Admission process is quite smooth. Every student needs to clear the cut off after which they have to appear for GD and PI.by Aparajita
IBS Hyderabad is really great college, it will give you lots of opportunities to showcase yourself in college feat as well as in the corporate world. The college has lots of clubs including curriculum as well as extracurricular. Clubs will give you extra benefits while entering into the corporate world.by PARAS MUNOT
For exposure and placements. It had a good infrastructure and good teachers. Overall it seemed a good opportunity. We had to go to the main campus in Hyderabad for admission. First, there was their entrance exam ibsat clearing which we had to give GD and PI. I went through various websites before selecting this college.by Isha Deo