Ques. Which one would be a better option: a job under SSC or MBA from SIBM Bangalore?
● Top Answer By Anil Tigga on 14 Jun 21
Ans.Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will land you in a government job. There are different departments in SSC where you can get placed. Whereas, MBA from SIBM Bangalore will weave you to be corporate ready and land you in a private white-collar job.
If you want to be at a work-life equilibrium and a fixed-paying job, cracking the SSC exam makes sense. SSC provides you with job security.
If you want to earn a lucrative package and are ready to have a hectic life with variable work hours, MBA is the best choice. SIBM Bangalore is the second well-known and high-rated campus of Symbiosis International University after SIBM Pune.
SSC will cost you less, but competition is high due to the “Government job” tag.
MBA from SIBM Bangalore
INR 16.20 Lakhs
The application fee is less than INR 1000. Reserved candidates get exemption in this fee.
The coaching fee will cost under INR 1 Lakh.
If you have already cleared SSC Tier-1 and Tier-2 exams, leaving SSC will not be a wise choice. SSC is a preferable choice over MBA from SIBM Bangalore. The reason is, MBA from SIBM Bangalore does not have much credibility in the industry.Read more
Ques. I need to know details about SIIB, Pune and SIBM, Bengaluru. SNAP cut-off for getting GD-PI call, expected package, future scope. Which one will be a better option?
● Top Answer By Swapnil Bhaskar on 02 Jun 21
Ans.One of my friends at SIBM Bengaluru, says it is an excellent institute, which has been growing at an exponential pace over the last 10 years. The points below will give you a clear idea as to why you should go for SIBM Bangalore over SIIB Pune.
The institute completed its 10th year in 2018, after which it has seen several FMCG companies visit the campus.
The recruiters include top MNCs like Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase, Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, ITC, Dell, Credit Suisse, Maruti Suzuki, etc.
Most of these companies recruit students for both SIP and full-time placements.
The average package of SIBM was Rs. 9.58 LPA, which is at present above Rs. 10 LPA.
For SIBM Bengaluru, the cut-off was close to 89-90 percentiles in the last few years, which has increased to some value over the last 3-4 years.
After clearing the cut-off, you will get a call from the institute for GEPIWAT.
SIBM is located at the IT hub in Bengaluru. This is an added advantage. It will help in industrial visits and internships.
Aditya Birla, UltraTech Cement, ITC, UPL, etc.
Bisleri, Asian Paints, Nestle, Loreal, etc.
Therefore, SIBM Bengaluru has several advantages, which makes it a good choice for students having close to 90 percentile.Read more
Ques. What are my chances to get an interview call letter from SIIB, SIBM, Bangalore with a SNAP percentile of 87.6?
● Top Answer By Subhash Roy on 01 Jun 21
Ans.You might receive an interview call from Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB) only if there is not a noticeable change in the cut-off percentile.
However, SIBM - B is known to have a cut-off of 88 percentile for the general category. If they have decided not to bring any update or change in the cut-off percentile, then your chances of receiving an interview call are slightly less.
It is suggested that you wait since SNAP is going to be online, and that might result in changes in the cut-off percentile. Thus, before deciding further, you will need to wait until the cut-off list releases.
Although, the cut-off of last year of the SNAP test for all the specializations was 92 in SIIB, Pune.Read more
Ques. Is SIBM Bangalore worth it for an MBA in Operations, ROI?
● Top Answer By Siddharth Bakshi on 30 May 21
Ans.This question is ambiguous, as you need more information about the ‘It’. This could be quitting a job for someone or moving away from your family for someone else. You can only make out if all this will be worth it if you compare all the options available to you.
In case you currently have a job and are earning about INR 6 to 7 lakhs per annum right now, it is probably not worth it at all.
This would not be worth it if you were a fresher either and not if you get any reservations, too.
If you are looking at operations, you can explore SIOM for this as they have much better infrastructure for operations and maybe even better roles to offer along with good money.
As far as SIBM is concerned, you can expect participation from companies like Cummins, Droege Group, Deloitte, Credit Suisse, JPMC, Amazon, and Honeywell.
Overall, the college has the highest salary of INR 25 LPA with an average package of INR 10.26 LPA.
But, you should know that operations jobs are lesser in number than sales jobs. If you are doing an MBA in operations, you will have to be from a niche college or be from a top-notch business school.Read more
Ques. Are there paid seats in Symbiosis institute of Business management (SIBM), Bangalore and NMIMS Bangalore?
● Top Answer By Ashwini Shrivastav on 30 May 21
Ans.My school friend is currently a student at the SIBM Bangalore and she has told me that admission is completely based on merit and it happens through the SNAP test.
In the admission, there are no paid seats and the process of admission is completely transparent. SIBM Bangalore gets over 20,000 applicants.
The cut off for various program are listed below:
SNAP Cut-off in 2020
Expected SNAP cut off percentile for 2021-23
One of the most important points in SIBM Admission Eligibility criteria is that the candidate should appear in the SNAP 2020 exam and must score a minimum cut-off score in the entrance exam to become eligible for admission.
In the case of NMIMS, the applicants are considered for personal interviews and further rounds on the basis of their performance in the NMAT or GMAT exams. For some courses, the applicants may also have to produce presentations in personal interviews.Read more
As a student of a batch of 2019-2021, my fees were close to 18 lakhs for the entire duration of the course, including hostel and mess fees. The college has a policy of about a 10% hike in fees on year on year basis.
The university does provide a few scholarships on a merit basis while the college is also eligible for loans from all major banks. We do not have any on-campus jobs but the college placement cell comes up with opportunities for live projects to gain experience in fields of interest. These live projects may or may not be paid, depends on the company.
There are a number of scholarships that are available but you need to know about it from the portal and be actively interested to have knowledge about it in details as they explicitly do not mention it.
The return on investment is good according to the fee that is charged.
I got through collegedunia from the college placement process and I am happy with it.
The fees are subject to change as per the university guidelines. There are various scholarships available for the students at both the university and the institute level. The institute has tie ups with many banks which can help you with financing the course. The fees are taken per semester basis. There are a lot many live projects that come to campus with stipends that students can enrol to.
Yes, the 18 Lac fee was a bit of a downer, so be ready to feel a bit of a pinch when you go to your loan officer. For a loan, this size, do check out PSU banks and try and keep the interest rate below 10 or 11%.
Given that my undergraduate college was missionary led, the fees was not that high. my quarterly fees were approximately Rs 14,000-15,000. There were no fees hikes while I was studying. I did not get any scholarship aid, however, it was available for children who wanted it. also, I did sit for placements after that because I wanted to do an MBA immediately after college.
The cost to study was Rs 11,70,000 INR for 2 years. This also includes the stay, food and tuition, and all library expenses.
The job I got through campus was in Igate global solutions which were on campus placement
There is a full-time scholarship provision for students with excellence who top the semester. Any student can apply for it. The college has tie-ups with banks like HDFC Bank for education loan purposes. The fee is around 8 lakhs per annum plus hostel and mess charges.
The college academic fee is around 8 Lakh per annum plus hostel charges.
Getting a loan is not cumbersome as many banks would provide students loan.
All the students get to apply for the scholarship which is provided on a merit basis.
The academic fee is Rs. 8,00,000 per annum plus hostel charges. Taking a loan isn't cumbersome as banks such as HDFC.
There is a full-time MBA scholarship for meritorious students who excel and top the semester. All students get the opportunity to apply for it.
Sreemaye Chatterjee is a student at SIBM Bengaluru and is studying Quantitative finance. She has appeared for SNAP and scored 80. Sreemaye graduated with 68% from South city college, Kolkata. She shared some of her details regarding admission in this article.
Sreemaye Chatterjee Profile
Vivek Kar graduated from BIT Mesra and converted to SIBM with a SNAP score of 96.46 percentile. He also had a 8 year work experience working with Cognizant, Capgemini, E-Rachit Technologies Pvt Ltd.
Vivek Kar Profile
Current institute: Symbiosis Institute of Business Management Bangalore
Ishika is an MBA- Marketing student at SIBM Bengaluru, she converted the college with a SNAP score of 88.65 percentile. Ishika completed her graduation from Northern India Engineering College New Delhi with 69.61 GPA.
Ishika Mridul Moitra Profile
Current institute: SIBM B
Abhaysinh Shirole graduated from SIES College of Arts, Commerce & Science with a 7.1 CGPA. He appeared for the SNAP Exam and scored 93.14 in the same, leading to which he got admission to Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru.
Abhaysinh also has m
Shweta Roy is a student at SIBM Bengaluru and is studying MBA. She has appeared for SNAP and scored 92%. Shweta graduated with 68% from St Xaviers College, Kolkata. She shared some of her details regarding admission in this article.
Shweta Roy Profile
Current institute: SIBM Bengaluru
Shubhangi Pant is a student at SIBM, Bengaluru. She graduated from UPES, Dehradun with 86% marks. Shubhangi also qualified in the SNAP exam with 90 percentile to get admission into MBA at SIBM, Bengaluru.
Shubhangi Pant Profile
Current institute: SIBM, Bengaluru
Graduation College: UP
Trisha Singh appeared for the SNAP exam and scored 95%ile in the same. She graduated from the University of Delhi with a 7.4 CGPA. Trisha is currently studying Master of Business Administration at Symbiosis institute of business management, Bengaluru.
Trisha Singh Profile
Saveen Kaul is a MBA student at SIBM Bengaluru. He graduated from Dronacharya College of Engineering with 80.1% marks. Saveen had given CAT and SNAP exams and scored 68 marks in SNAP. He also had work experience in many sectors which include Rudrani Hospitality- 12 Months ( Voluntary), Entab- 4
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