Good: Excellent in terms of imparting world-class and quality education, 100% placement opportunities to the students at international levels, Friendly and supportive faculty members, Awesome campus lifestyle, and Rankings. Bad: Competency, Pressures. Admission process: Based on the parameters such as CAT scores, Performance in Personal Interview, WAT, Work Experience. However, the students are finalized on the basis of their performance in the PI-WAT, their academic records, CAT Scores, Diversity factors.
The course curriculum id divided into 3 terms for each semester and for each core and elective subjects, credits are evaluated. The highly qualified and reputed faculty members are interactive with the students. They are very experienced in their respective field of management. They adopt various methodologies such as group discussions, online learning, rural immersion programs, experiential learning outbound programs, case studies, etc which helps the students to gain practical experience and knowledge about the theoretical analysis of the programme. They thrive to make the students industry-ready.
The summer placements at IIM Indore witnessed 100% records with more than 547 students participating. There was a rise of nearly 7% in average stipend compared to the previous year. The highest stipend offered was INR 3.2 lacs per 2 months, the average stipend stood at INR 1.8 lacs per 2 months. A majority of the students bagged internship offers under the Finance, Consulting, Sales & Marketing, IT/ITES sectors in companies like Axis Bank, Bain & Company, Bajaj Auto, Deloitte, USI, etc.
IIM Indore has provided lucrative offers to the students. Considering the ROI, the institute has recorded 100% placements. The highest CTC recorded was INR 50 LPA and the average stood at INR 22.9 LPA. Most of the students were employed in all the major sectors of the economy like Sales & Marketing, Energy, Power, Consulting, Finance and other sectors. The top recruiters were ACG, Dabur, FIITJEE, HP, HDFC bank, Accenture, etc.
The total fee structure for the MBA programme at IIM Indore is INR 16 lacs which is very less compared to other IIMs. A refundable caution fee of INR 50K must be deposited and INR 45K must be deposited separately for the mess availability and INR 1422 for Medical Insurance. Therefore, the institute provides Need based Financial Assistance (NBFA) to the students whose annual income is below INR 9 LPA. The institute offers financial aid to the students based on certain criteria.
It is mandatory for the students to appear for the 75 minutes classroom session and strictly attend the meeting organized by the student association members. There are few clubs and committees that organize fests where celebrity guests and artists are invited. The most popular amongst all the events is Atharv. There are lots of various amenities and facilities at the campus premises such as an amphitheater, an auditorium, a bank, an ATM center, a food court, and a mini park.
The students must pay INR 45K separately during the admission process as a deposit for the mess availability in the IIM Indore hostels. The hostel life at IIM Indore is very good, the rooms are well equipped with furniture, AC, TV, attached bathroom, private balcony, etc. There's a leisure centre, a gym centre, a canteen, a departmental store located within the hostel blocks. The mess offers various food options to the students from vegetarian to non vegetarian that tastes delightful.
WAT is conducted before the personal interview round which determines the student's analytical knowledge. The students are asked to write an essay on a particular topic given by the authority within the stipulated time. Before the final shortlisting, the personal interview is conducted where the panel members verify the student's weaknesses and strengths by asking various logical and general questions and certain questions related to academic performance and previous work experience.
After completing my graduation I filled out an online application form and submitted it. The applications were screened and the college released a list of shortlisted students on merit basis. I was called for an interview and got selected.
All the students get good placement opportunities in our college. The faculty trains us well for the interviews and such. There are no internships provided by the college but with the training we get we can easily apply elsewhere.
I personally feel that this college is good enough for those students who want a better future. And couldn't afford high fees structure.
It's good, they focus on study and are very disciplined.
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