I took the CAT exam and had scored 83 percentile. I chose this option because it was amongst the top 30 colleges in India and was highly recommended by friends, family and alumnus.
The course curriculum was limited but covered the basics. All the mandatory subjects covered the basic concepts and the optional electives were more detailed. Since I had option for a specialization in HR, my subjects included manpower planning, labor law, organisation behaviour and design and organisation development.
We have very few companies visiting for internship. Religere, HDFC, Wipro were some of the companies that were offering internship. None of them gave any stipend.
The placement was fairly decent. It was the year after recession had hit and opportunities were limited. Some students were not placed even much after the placement season. About 70% of the batch was placed and the package was not as high as promised/expectation when we joined.
The college organised a variety of events which included technical as well as cultural events. The organisation mainly depended on the student committees formed as the management did not spearhead these events. The events during our time had fairly good participation as the students were very enthusiastic and looked forward to such events.
The fee structure in 2008 when I joined was feasible and value for money for most of the students. I completed the entire course (non-residential) within 3 lakhs which was less than half the amount that other colleges were charging for the same course.
There was no scholarship/loan facility that I knew of. However, there was a student exchange program which was very good.
The college only provided a boys hostel. No accommodation was provided to girls and we had to make our own PG/hostel arrangement.The average rental during that time in and around the college area was about 4000-6000 per person per month. The college had a small canteen which was homely and catered to very basic needs. However, quality of food and service was below average.
The alumni network at IMDR is extremely strong. It is mostly through this network that the college is able to manage placements. Our interactions with the alumni have always been helpful and comforting.
The exam structure was not too hectic and papers were well spaced out. A lot of weightage was given to projects.
The faculty was tenured and experienced. We had few visiting faculty from the industry itself which helped in giving a better understanding of the subject with relevance to current market practices.
IIM Nagpur is constantly recording 100% placement. Recently the college has completed a summer internship process for PGP 2020-22 and Final placement for PGP 2019-21 with the highest-ever average stipend and average final placement. PGP 2019-21 witnessed maximum offers from consulting and IT firms. The average placement is 13.31 Lakhs for PGP 2019-21.
Placements are offered by the college Placement cell. 168 companies recruited over 300 students this year. 100% Placement for both internship and final Placement. Consulting, marketing, sales, finance, operations and product management roles were offered this year.
Campus placements are done twice. Firstly in the first year for a summer internship and then in the second year for final placements. IIM N even being a new institute has been showing positive results year on year and is frequently among the top five IIMs to achieve the 100% placements magical mark. For the summer internship, the preparation starts from the very moment you enter the college. The CV goes through multiple checks and is verified by the placement committee and post that verification only one can sit for the placement process. For the batch of 2019-2021, the prominent recruiters included Bain & Company, Xiaomi, Philips Carbon Black, TVS motors, Bank of New York Mellon to name a few. The average placement was 13.21 LPA and the median was 13 LPA.
The placement cell of our college is not that much active. The recruitment in our college is done through contacts. I haven't get in touch with any of the placement team and companies. Alumini network, I think is not available in our college because I haven't seen it though.
I will give positive remarks to my college because I have learnt many things from there. I had strated my carrier after completing MBA from there.
I enjoyed my stay at the AGBS. I made a lot of friends and shared lots of good memories. We learned a lot from our faculty members both personally and professionally. Infrastructure was great and the curriculum helped me establish a solid base for my career and the healthy and lively atmosphere helped me grow as a person.
I absolutely love studying at Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University. I get the best faculty possible to teach me the material. Fees is affordable too. If you are thinking of taking admission here, you should.
The course is good for business startup and also for corporate study and to learn the behavior. The college takes very much focus on practicals like presentations n all.
Yes, many internships are provided for students. An average stipend is INR 10,000. many companies come for the internship and placement in this college where students get the internship
MAT- Management aptitude test. This exam composition of objective question. English, math, reasoning and G.k. It is conducted four times in a year. The higher you score better your chance to get good college.
It was bit difficult time for us as due to financial crises started after collapse of big US bank.We gain get good knowledge that helped us. I started my job after third semester and got placed with Infosys. It was always good to start career with such big brand.
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