One of the most important aspects is the ROI. Apart, from that, the faculties for finance are well distinguished and have pursued MBA+PhD from renowned institutions. Also, with vast industrial experience, the classroom discussions provide a good learning experience. But in spite of that, the curriculum is not updated and doesn't meet the industry requirements. Also, a traditional pedagogical approach is followed. Hence students are not forced to think on their feet due to minimal exposure to live projects, competitions.
I heard about the reviews from my seniors and also from the recruiters that the fundamentals taught during MBA are clear to the majority of students. Due to the lack of competitive environment, it becomes one's responsibility to stay updated with the industrial requirements and thus bridge the gap before the placement season. The student ratio is well balanced among different disciplines. The student mix gives a taste of diverse experiences from different social and educational backgrounds. The exams are pretty conceptual eliminating the need of mugging up but at the same time, a plethora of topics are covered so it becomes even more important to strike a balance between the time allotted to each topic. The major part of the learning experience will be during the summer internship and the grand project offered by the college wherein you'll have to work in different corporate organizations which give you vast exposure.
Companies like TCS, ICICI, Adani group, HDFC Ltd, Torrent Pharma, Federal Bank, UTI, ICICI prudential bring the regular recruiters for internships. The role is as per the current requirements in the particular company.
Placements are pretty decent as compared to the fees charged by the college. The average package being 4.5 LPA and the highest offered this year being 10LPA. The students are placed based on their potential and previous work experience.
Being Govt Grant Aided college, it is the best place to do an MBA which would require less than 1 lakh for the entire course. It might be the cheapest MBA offered in India after FMS Delhi. In addition to that, a tuition fee waiver (TFW) is also offered to students coming from financially weak backgrounds.
The campus life is quite exciting with industrial visits, events, alumni meet, business symposium events organized by the Management Students Forum (MSF). There also exist clubs for different disciplines such as Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations. These clubs bridge the gap with regular events and weekly discussions about the latest events happening in the industry.
I am very much inclined towards marketing and marketing faculties here had worked in the one or marketing field and having a real-life business experience which adds value to the teaching. Faculties also help in making students industry-ready. Also, 1:25 is the faculty-student ratio which is quite decent.
Campus placements are good but this year it got badly affected by Corona Virus. Though college managed to bring some good opportunities. Companies like ICICI, Alembic, HDFC, TOI, Dainik Bhaskar, etc came. The average placement was 5.5 lacs and the highest package was 10.2 lacs given by Federal Bank.
Companies start visiting the campus for the recruitment process during the third semester as students are eligible from after the mid-semester of 3rd semester. Lots of companies for the campus recruitments. Some of them are ICICI Bank, KYB Comment, HDFC Ltd., TCS, etc. The highest package was Rs 10.2 lacs by Federal Bank. It is offered to 5 students of finance background. The average package is Rs 5.5 lacs. 83% of students get placed and others remaining would have opted not to go for the process because of their family business or their will to become entrepreneurs.
Students have become eligible for placement in the last year of their courses. I visited the companies of 1. Motilal Oswal 2.Rangam infotech 3. Shreem general insurance 4. Yes bank 5. IDBI BANK There is no percentage required to appear for the interview process. My plan is to get a job after the degree.
Campus placement, faculty,and beautiful campus.I love Ahmedabad City,for business course, Ahmedabad is best, because everyone in Ahmedabad want to business.karnavati University is the is best business management studies its provide wonderful experience of business.
50% campus placement,and mostly pull campus placement offers.we had to more focused and hard working. placement is good but not better it's have average placement.
My admission was done on the basis of the CMAT exam scores. My admission process went pretty smooth and the administration was pretty friendly throughout the counseling round, which included GDPI round. After document verification, I paid the fee and was granted admission on a provisional basis.
Companies like Cognizant, HDFC, Samsung, Angel Broking, etc. visit our campus in order to students for a number of different profiles like consulting, business development, fund management, etc. The placement record is pretty great. Average packages are somewhere around 4 LPA.
NID has its own entrance exams, known as NID entrance only. NID is known as a best design college in India and comes under best 25 Design schools of World, every design enthusiast has a dream to be part of this institute, so do I. Another reason was the course which I have taken, Strategic Design Management, NID is the only institute in India which is running this course successfully.
Placements are 100 percent. NID does its best to provide opportunities to students, but many of them choose not to go for job and prefer to start their own company for which NID has an Incubator cell. Companies for Internship, graduation project and placement are almost same, based on their requirement they circulate the opportunities.
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