International Management Institute (IMI) was established in 1981 in collaboration with IMI, Geneva. It is one of only five B-schools in India to get accreditation from the accreditation agency, AMBA. It has also got accreditation by South Asian Quality Assurance System (SAQS). The Institute received United Nations Development Program (UNDP) assistance for promoting internationally oriented management education. The main campus is located in Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi and its other campuses are located in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar.
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The college offers a wide range of courses which include PGDM, Executive PGDM, FPM, PGDHRM, Ph.D. and many international exchange programs. The duration, admission criteria and fee structure are different for each program.
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Candidates wishing to apply for any of the programs of International Management Institute Delhi should have valid CAT / GMAT score and bachelor’s degree with minimum 50% marks from a recognized institute or university.
Application forms can be filled and submitted online through institute website. Payment of fees can be made via net banking, credit/ debit card, or online fund transfer methods.
Candidates are selected on the basis of CAT/ GMAT/ IMI Test score and personal interview. Qualified applicants on the basis of their overall performance will be considered for admission.
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IMI has established successful corporate relations with the industry. It is India’s first corporate sponsored Business School with sponsorship from corporate houses like RPG Enterprises, Nestle, ITC, SAIL, Tata Chemicals, BOC and Williamson Magor etc. The final placement season began with Pre-Placement Offers.
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Overall Ranking (in 2017, 2016)
1st among Private Management Institutions in India
IMI Delhi has set up following centers of excellence for enriching the knowledge in management field:
The college publishes research papers written by students on time to time.
IMI is good in terms of academics, but it needs to buck up on other areas like placements and extra curricular to be able to really justify all the top ratings that it keeps featuring on.
I think IMI is a very good B School which can be a very good launch platform for anyone who is looking for MBA to start a good corporate career.
The college is good for someone who is looking for a place to study beyond the IIMs.
College management was more MDI type as management were all MDI profs poached. They were okay, not student friendly policies, discouraged external participation and we students had to regularly fight for our right.