Good - Diverse course structure, a curriculum is precise and dynamic, experienced faculty. Bad - Less focus on campus activities, exchange program needs to be course specific.
I gave the CAT exam for the admissions process at MDI, Gurgaon. My CAT percentile was 97 and it was really a tough phase for me as I was already pursuing an internship right after my graduation. I chose this course as I wanted to gain managerial experience in a very diversified manner as the faculty and course structure of MDI is diverse ranging from IIM to ISB. The course structure is much different(positive manner) compared to other institutes in India. The interview process is not as complica...
The special attribute of the college is that it is one of the best B-schools of India unless you are aiming for the big IIMs. The point that will attract you about this college that it has tie ups with many international universities which eventually expose the students to mind boggling opportunities and prepare them for foreign exchange programs too.
I didn’t took any entrance exam.
PV Sindhuwon Silver but there is still scope to improve. MDI also needs improvement.
I cleared CAT and scored 98.8 percentile. I was in the same city for last 3 years and MDI is always a dream for me. I knew few students and they actually learnt many things in 2 years so I also wanted to redefine me.
College management is okay generally everything runs smoothly and there are no issues in administration.
The entrance exam is the CAT, followed by a group discussion and a personal interview nowadays the CAT is entirely on the computer the college is a tier 1 MBA chiefs for most recruiters and a strong network of highly placed alumni ensure excellent pavements every year.
I appeared for CAT and scored 98.70%. I opted for MDI as it is among the top 10 institutes of India. Besides MDI has a beautiful campus and is located in Gurgaon (proximity to several corporates).
Everyone in the batch gets placed either through pre-placement offers or through final placements. As per the report on the website for batch of 2015, 103 companies participated for PGPM, 42 for HRM, 29 for IM. Average compensation being Rs.15-16 lakhs and highest package of Rs.25 lakhs (domestic).
There is a separate entrance exam for part time MBA. I chose this college because of its the faculty was the same as for regular course.
This course did not have placements on offer. The past time course did not have placements on offer.This course did not have placements on offer. The past time course did not have placements on offer.