For Post Graduate Diploma in Forestry Management (PGDFM) and Post Graduate Diploma in Sustainability Management (PGDSM)
Fellow Programme in Management:
Eligible candidates will have to go through two stages of admission procedure.
Candidates with any one of the following score will be called directly for Presentation and Personal Interview:-
Presentation and Interview
Siva Sivani Institute of Management, Mysore: According to the last year placement reports, the highest package offered was Rs 10 lakhs, the avereage package offered was Rs 4 lakhs and the minimum package offered was Rs 2.5 lakhs.
Recruiters: Deloitte, Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail, BYJU’s, OYO Rooms, HDFC Bank, ICICI Prudential, ITC, ICICI Securities, Kotak Life Insurance, Bajaj Allianz, Aditya Birla Sunlife Insurance, ICICI Lombard etc.
Course, Fees Structure & Seats: The institute provides courses like PGDM General, PGDM Markrting, PGDM Triple Specialization and PGDM in Banking, Insurance, Finance and Allied Services. The total fees for the course is Rs 6.50 lakhs. The intake for PGDM General is 120 and for the rest of the courses it is 60.
IIFM, Bhopal: According to the latest placement reports, the highest pacakge offered is Rs 11.15 lakhs and the average package offered is Rs 6.97 lakhs.
Recruiters: IDFC, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, Spandana Sphoorty, Samasta Microfinance, Bharat Financial Inclusion Ltd., Svatantra Microfinance, BASIX Sub-KMPSRLM, Jeevika, Odisha Livelihood Mission, Pradan, CARE India, Swades Foundation and Dr. Reddy’s Foundation, Ernst and Young etc.
Course, Fees Structure & Seats: The institute provides specialization in Conservation and Livelihood, Environmental Management, Developmental Management. The total fees for the course is Rs 6.24 lakhs. The intake for the course is 120.
Therefore, according to the ROI and placement, IIFM, Bhopal is better.
Postgraduate diploma in management (PGDM) in Human Resource Management (HRM) is a 2-year (in some, 1 or 1 and a half) course which equips the students with the knowledge and skills required for managing the human resource in a way that it contributes to the development of individuals and society.
It is difficult to judge a college from a single course, so, this answer is written in a generic manner. Choosing the right college is difficult, more so when you're comparing four of the renowned B-schools of the country.
Since we're comparing B-schools, there are few things that are more important than anything and one should pay attention to since management institutions cost fortunes. Any B-school is only worth if it has great: placement cell, infrastructure, and faculty/curriculum; so let's only focus on these features.
Ramaiah Institute Of Management Studies/Sciences, Affiliated to Gokula Educational Trust, is a private business school that was established in 1995.
Placements: Famous for its great placement cell, placement at Ramaiah is good considering that almost 100+ companies come for placement year on year. Many companies like Deloitte, Honeywell, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Aon Global, ACT Fibernet, etc, visit the institution, and packages can go from 3LPA to 7LPA on average. In 2018, the highest package was 16LPA, and in 2017, 9LPA.
Infrastructure: The school is equipped with decent classroom facilities, and as the institution has recently gotten remodeled, there are even more facilities provided now. Computer lab, 24/7 library, campus wifi, out-campus hostel, and AC classrooms. However, medical facilities and sports may not be up to the mark according to many reviews. Food outlets are available plenty inside the campus. Good parking facility.
Faculty: It has faculty members from varied industries and CEOs of prominent business organizations. Faculty members from IIMs is a common sight. There are good and experienced professors in each and every domain, but the best faculty are those from the finance domain. Industrial visit is done once every tenure.
Why this: Placements.
Institute of Finance and International Management School is an autonomous private institution, established in 1995.
Placements: It has an average placement of 7LPA. Placement committee is good and seems to have the placement record of 60-70%. Placement isn't the highlight of the college. There are more start ups than big brands. Many of the students don't get placed but almost all get enrolled in various internship offers. Companies like Oracle, Nestle, Morgan Stanley, etc are some of the recruiters.
Faculty: All the faculties are highly experienced and accomplished in their respective fields; most of them Ph.D. holders. Very good place for networking. Great industrial connect. The learning environment is perfect. The faculties are interactive and helpful to students. Focuses on practical learning for case studies. The best domain is finance education.
Infrastructure: A little on the remote side of the city, hence transportation is uncomfortable for day scholars. However, closer to the IT hub so advantages for the course. The hostel is decent enough, but the mess is not up to mark. Decent classrooms and has all basic facilities.
Why this: Teaching
Indus Business Academy, formerly known as Indian Business Academy, is a business school that was established in 2001.
Placement: Top recruiters like Deloitte, Bata, HDFC, Mcnore, Lifestyle, etc, visit the school, but otherwise there are lots of startups as well. Placement cell is fine, overall, with the average package of 5.5LPA. The highest package offered for batch 16-18 was 7 Lacs and the lowest was 2.6 Lacs. The institution has seen a lot of industrial visits, so there's good exposure for students. Has met the placement record of 95%.
Faculty: Faculty is good and cooperative and have rich experience of academic as well as cooperate experience. For every 15 students, they have one mentor who holds meetings and talks regularly for interactive sessions. The case studies are used to clear out students how to implement theories when a situation arises. 24-hour security is there on the campus to make the students manage unexpected tasks during the night which is a common occurance. Busy classroom life and strict faculty members. The course curriculum is trimester based, wherein each subject has 11 sessions.
Infrastructure: The institution follows more of corporate spiritual theories to enlighten students. 3D, KMC, Rosegarden, Success steps, IBA Flag, and MBA philosophy are some of the majorly used concepts just to clear out how corporate life could be. The campus is surrounded by lush greenary which it is famous for. The infrastructure is decent in terms of classrooms, auditorium, amphitheater, etc. More than 13000+ books and ebooks are availiable in the library,availiable most times. The food is veg and quality is average. Wifi service is poor. Why this: Good learning atmosphere.
Founded in 1990, ISBR Business School is autonomous management institute, first established under the aegis of Bangalore Education Trust.
Placements: 180+ companies on board for placements and internships, placement opportunities at ISBR are appreciative. The recruiters include Byju's, Jaro Education, Square Yards, etc. Getting placed into a company is assured, but depends heavily on skills. Highest package: 20LPA (2017)
Faculty: Great. All the faculty members are well-educated, experienced and have one-to-one contact with every student. Cleverly designed curriculum. Interactive and Efficient.
Infrastructure: Sufficient, well-maintained with auditoriums, library, and AC classrooms. Hence, just
The Shortlist for candidates selected for the interview rounds is already out. You can download the list by following the link below. All details of interview dates and venue are mentioned in it.
The final shortlist of selected candidates for admission in their 2019-21 program is expected to be out by late April or early May.
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