Good things: Small batch size, two-semester in a year therefore course load is relatively less. Peer to peer learning with batchmates and professors are quite helpful and lenient. The global field study program for a week one of the centres of attraction. Bad things: Not enough placement opportunities in some of the domains.
The course curriculum is light. Two semester helps in keeping the study-life balance. Since this time it's online, examinations are mostly case study and assignment based. The student to teacher ratio is appropriate as it is a batch of 120 divided into two sections. TA's are quite active and ready to help whenever required.
Various companies visit the campus and offer varied roles in IT, operations, product management, sales and finance. The average stipend for 2 months is quite high for a few companies. The internship process takes place in two phases.
The placements for the batch of 2019 were excellent with the average being around 22 LPA. Many good companies visited the campus for the final recruitment like Shell, Amazon, Bain, GE, Wipro, KPMG etc. The ROI is high when compared to other institutes.
The total fee is around 10 lakhs including academic fee, hostel fees and mess fees which is less as compared to the other institutes. In terms of ROI, the management school at IIT is one of the best. The top three performers are eligible for a fee to waive off.
The life on campus will surely be a fun ride but unfortunately due to the pandemic, all the classes for the 2020 batch are held in the online mode. But whatever I have heard from batchmates and seniors, the hostels are well maintained and since the campus is located at the centre of the city in Hauz Khaz, its easy to make plans and go out with friends to nearby cafes or restaurants.
Yes, the group discussion took place at IIT Delhi and the topic was very relevant with the current affairs or was a generic one related to the economy of India. Sufficient time was provided for WAT and thereafter the interview with the faculty was not so grilling. The test you on your knowledge about your work experience and the industry in which you had worked. For freshers, interviews will be mostly based on the graduation stream.
Anupa ma'am is really very supportive as she is the placement head. Jims being one the best B school in Delhi offers good placement opportunities for students. From the 4th semester onwards students get eligible for placement. The highest package one of our senior got was 16lakhs/ annum and the average package offered is 4-5 lakhs. 90% of students get placement in our college! I will grab a good job from our college after the degree.
Students for MBA have to do a compulsory internship at the starting of the second year which the CRC team of the college provide us with various companies and job profiles and the stipend mostly depends on the basis of your performance and achieving the targets. And it also assists students for the final placements and decent companies approach the college with good packages. My plans after getting my masters degree to work in a good and reputed company so that I can utilize my skills and expand my horizon of knowledge.
So far, we have reached the internship stage where each student got an internship opportunity by the campus itself. The placement session for our seniors went fairly well. Can't give any accurate figures, but I believe most of the students are placed, and many of them already had to join their selected companies.
Students like myself undergo the internship process from the month of April. Right after the internship for 2-3 months, we have our exams and then our placements commence from the month of September. Due to covid, there has been a slight change in the package but there has not been any change in the number of opportunities you get here at JIMS. We get companies from the Big4 to many startups as well. So you won't miss out on anything.
The placement department works very hard to get the students Placed. Deloitte CBRE ITC ICICI bank Cadbury Daffodils etc. are the top companies with a good package come for the Placements But you need to have the relevant skills to get hired in this competitive market
From the 3rd semester, students become eligible for placements but for internships, they are eligible from the 1st semester onwards. Many reputed companies have visited for recruitment and recruiting of a good number of students was taken place. 100% of students are placed Working in a good MNC after getting my degree is the final plan.
I choose MBA to get a degree only. Our MBA Programe has a student-teacher ratio of 60:1. with a total no of 180 students divided into 3 diff sections. Teachers have a high level of qualification Since most of them hold doctorate degrees even with 10 years of teaching experience. As our teachers teach us impressively and practically. Our evaluation goes during the whole semester in the form of presentations, roleplays, internal exams, and even there are end-term exams after every six months.
I think it is from the 3rd semester. Some of them are Asian paints, HDFC, ICICI. As per the last information the highest package was 17 lacs offered to a student. 100% placement provides by the college. Getting placed in a reputed MNC for career opportunities.
A number of companies visited every year of placements. College providing internship opportunities in the 2nd semester and students can apply for any company they are interested in. There are different selection rounds such as interview, GD etc.
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