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Ranking : #76 Management - NIRF
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Cutoff : 915-1734 M.C.A
Ranking : #76 Management - NIRF
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faculties at lbsim are all the phd holders and have good teaching as well as corporate experience. the course at lbsim gets updated every year. they interact with alumni in corporates and other connections and decide the changes our curriculum needs on the basis of the demand of the industry.They started FINANCE and RESEARCH & BUSINESS ANALYTICS course seperately as this was the need of the hour. The faculty ratio at lbsim will be 1:7. this college has a lot of visiting faculties from top colleges like IIFT, IIM, etc
The curriculum of lbsim is updated every year as they are always in contact with the corporates and industry experts. teachers here are all phd holders. Even visiting faculties are the experts.Teaching methods change every year as per the curriculum. The faculty ratio here would be 1:8. exams here are of moderate difficulty. midterms are mostly objective and end terms are subjective. midterms are held after 1.5 months from the start of the trimester and end terms are mostly one month after mid-terms. it is not very difficult to pass but yes scoring high is difficult. they follow their academic calendar properly.
The faculty is very well versed with what they are teaching. They are thorough with the latest development in respective fields and provide us with vast knowledge. Additionally, the concepts are explained to the core with the help of research papers, case studies, assignments.
Course in lbsim is okay. It gets updated every year on the basis of corporate demand. They keep interacting with the experts in corporate and other prominent colleges and decide their curriculum. Though the curriculum is updated but does not include a case-based study. They are very much theory-oriented and do not have practical exposure. As IIMs give case studies of other colleges, lbsim do not. Faculties are good. Almost all of them are PhD holders and if not doctorate they are experts in their own field. Lbsim also has to visit faculties that provide knowledge for the subject they are very good in. Exams at LBSIM are of moderate difficulty. There is one month gap between mid-term and end term. One bad thing is the course is too theoretical and extra that it never completes on time and teachers rush with the course. It becomes difficult to cope up. Mid-term is mostly objective and end-term subjective.
Course curriculum gets updated every year as they interact with corporate experts and try to know what is the demand of corporates. Lbsim has a huge alumni base of over 25 years. The faculties here are all PhD holders and teaching methods keeps on changing every year. The placement history of this course is good and is also a reason why I choose lbsim. Teachers student ratio will be around 1:8. We have to do research papers and term papers and everyone needs to do this. We get the knowledge of every domain in this course. The curriculum is updated every year by consulting and taking reviews from the domain expert and the corporate people or alumni incorporates. Every teacher is an expert in their domain. Exams take place in every trimester and lbsim is very particular about the academic calendar. They follow the calendar very strictly and there is a gap of one month between midterm and end term mostly. The worst thing is they do not give leaves between two trimesters.
I wasn't clear about my preferences and that is why I have opted for the general program. One positive aspect of the course curriculum is the focus on practice application of work ethics and coordination between each other. The Faculty is well-trained and successfully provides the industrial exposure to the students. The Faculty-student ratio is 1:15 which is more than enough according to the standards.
We have faculties who are experienced both in industry and academia in various domains. the teaching methodology used at LBSIm is a judicious blend of lectures, seminars, case discussions, group presentations, management games, syndicate discussions, etc
I choose this course because college is famous for finance. The faculty ratio will be 1:7. Facilities are mostly PhD holders or master in their field. Most visiting faculty are very prominent in their subject. One teacher of R&BA is a data scientist. Lbsim follows a trimester system, not a semester system. 3 months in each trimester. Exams and all the events take place very timely. They follow their academic calendar very seriously. They do not give more than 2 days gap between two trimesters means you need to dedicate completely and forget all leaves. Exams here are not too difficult but also not too easy. Internals are a bit easy but not final exams
Lbsim has a PGDM course. So the curriculum gets updated every year. Lbsim also has research and business analytics as well as logistics and supply chain management. These courses are the need of the hour. Teachers take reviews on the curriculum from the trained faculty and corporate leaders as well as alumni. Teachers here are also well qualified. Most teachers are PHd holders. We were taught professionally even in online mode. Exams are of moderate difficulty. Students get passing marks easily but they have to work hard to be on the top list
I was a PGDM General student, so I had the option to choose for my Major and Minors, I opted for Marketing as my Major and operations as my Minor. In total there are approximately 180 students for PGDM General and, the rest are for PGDM RNBA and Finance. All the faculty members are PHD holders and have a good amount of experience in the industry, and the quality of education they hold is tremendous.
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