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The course is based on practical applications. The theory was equally given weight. Practical applications of studies were the focus of Industry visits, Internships, and projects. The course is divided into 6 tri semesters out of which 1 tri-semester has an internship with NGO as well. OBT is included in the course curriculum where aspects of OB are covered practically. You are given a chance to work with professors on their books.
The fee structure is on the higher side. For my batch it was 14.2L/2 years. But now it has shot up to about 17L/2 years which I feel is bit on the higher side. It includes hostel fee, tuition fee, mess fee, library fees, caution money, etc. Tuition fee constitutes the maximum share of it.
The course at IMI is a combination of class room lectures, practical assignments, role plays. There was serious attention on research and getting to do independent work. It also gives freedom to research and work in the choice of your field. For instance, I had done an independent paper on parallel cinema.
The college fees was 12 Lacs plus hostel and mess fees which in total made it 14.5 lacs for the whole course. The college was a little higher on the fees side . Placements for the 2013-15 batch were decent and shown a 15% hike in the average offers of the students. Average placement for PGDM students was 9 LPA and PGDM-HR was 7 LPA .
I studied PGDM in marketing . The course provided majorly all the necessary electives which could be used in work profile with a lot of guest lectures and industrial visits. All the interactions with the current industry helped in understanding practical application of the theory studied in classroom structure.
Fee structure is on higher side. Tuition fee was 10 lacs for 2 year course excluding hostel and mess fee.
Curriculum had extensive exposure to case based learning which promoted rich discussion in class wherein peers came up with diverse viewpoints to look at the problem at hand. In almost all the electives we were given assignments which involved some form of primary or secondary research.
IMI is very expensive for the kind of placements we got. The fees for us was around 14 lack including hostel which has increased 17-18 lack now, which I find way too high. This is high especially as compared to B Schooled like K J Somiaya and We School.
My course was PGDMHR, which is a core HR course. The Course curriculum was fairly decent, there were an array of electives available like Strategic HRM, Diversity, HR Consulting, Talent Management etc. I think there were not enough courses related to psychology.
Fee structure is moderate. Fee is worth the value one gets out with. At my time the fees was 11 Lacs per annum. There are no hidden or recurring additional fees as observed in many other colleges.
Fees was nominal in comparison with IIM. The fees was 8 lacs for two years loan facilities where easily available. Schorlarships where awarded too during the term end.
It was good I took finance in my electives and it really proven the best for me. Faculties from the specialized areas used to be available for there subjective knowledge to be shared with us. Additional courses like six sigma and sap training where given to us to enhance our skills.
Fee was a bit on higher side but not the costliest. It can be considered as per the trend during that time. As the admission is through CAT so almost anyone can get a education loan for the same. Fees was more than FMS but was less than institutes like IIPM. It was INR 3.5 Lacs for 2 years payable in 4 installments.
The course curriculum was world class. Its an AICTE affiliated B School and the course curriculum is on par with any top B School in the country. The methodology is teaching using case studies and course curriculum covers everything that a global MBA requires.
The fees is inline with other B-schools in the similar capacity and students are provided help with securing loans at decent interest rates.There is scholarship for elgible candidates for which one can contact the college directly.
We were allowed to select electives ranging from marketing,human resource,finance,supply chain,management,accounting.Being a one year course it was packed complete with tests that were conducted on a weekly, bi-weekly and a monthly basis.
Expensive. Definitely the person has to take a loan, if coming from a middle class family. Usually course fees was 12lakh my time with 2.6lakh additional for hostel and mess. This was increasing at a CGPA rate of 10% though quality was remaining same.
Course structure was good. Though difficulty was that many students didn't know which courses to choose. I took 6 in finance and 5 in marketing. My focus was on business valuation, from, option and derivatives, sales and distribution MGMT, IT consulting etc.
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