New Delhi Institute of Management, Delhi (NDIM) is a B-School which was established in 1992 by former bureaucrat & freedom fighter, J.R Bansal. It is approved by the AICTE, Govt. of India, since 1996 and declared an MBA equivalent, both by the Association of Indian Universities and the AICTE, since 2008. The programmes which NDIM offers are PGDM, BBA, BBA II Shift, PGDM Finance, PGDM Marketing, PGDM Part Time, PGDM Finance Part-Time and PGDM Marketing Part-Time.
NDIM is located at 50 & 60 B&C, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, behind Batra Hospital, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi. Safdarjung Airport is the closest airport to the institute, located about 13.8 km away. The nearest railway station to the institute is Greater Kailash Metro Station, located 6.9 km away and the nearest bus station is Ambedkar Nagar Depot, located 2 km away.
- NDIM is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
- NDIM has ASIC (Accreditation Service For International Schools, Colleges & Universities) accreditation.
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Clubs, Committees and Societies:
- Finance Club- This Club aims at fostering the interest of its members in the field of marketing through competitions and workshops. It achieves that by organising events like a budget session, quiz, guest lectures, workshops.
- IT Club- This Club aims to foster the interest and knowledge of its members in IT through workshops, seminars and guest lectures. It also handles all the social media platforms of NDIM.
- HR Club- The HR Club aims at imparting the knowledge of current HR trends, news and practices to the members. This is achieved through various activities like debates, quizzes, role plays, guest lectures, mock recruitment sessions, mock training modules.
- Marketing Club- This Club aims to fuse the marketing skills in the members of the club. IT does so by organising events like marketing mela, marketing workshops, customer response based projects, presentations and case studies and business games.
- Meraki- Meraki is the dance club of the institute. It is involved in dance competitions both in and outside the institute. It represents the institute at various events within GGSIPU and DU.
- Ruhaniyat- Ruhaniyat is the music society of the institute. It conducts inter-school, inter-college music competitions of the institute. It represents the institute in inter-college musical events.
- Tabiir- Tabiir is the dramatics society of the institute. It performs plays, skits, dramas and nukkad nataks in intra-college and inter-college events. It represents the institute in intra-college events.
- Glitterati- It is the fashion society of the institute. It works with the aim of bringing out the fashion, glamour, and style potential of its members. It conducts fashion competitions in intra-college events and represents the institute in inter-college events.
- Sandarbh- It is the literary society of the institute. It conducts literary events of many languages to promote the culture and trends of the literature of the languages.
- Circle- It is the CSR society of the institute. It conducts activities of social responsibility like collaborating with NGOs, workshops on Women's Safety, Thalassaemia, and various other socially relevant topics, blood donation camps etc.
- Sportacus- It is the sports society of the institute. It conducts sporting activities in the institute and takes part in various inter-college sporting events.
- Kalakriti- Kalakriti is the art & craft society of the institute. It does all the art and craft related activities for the events of the institute. It also represents the institute in many inter-college events.
Exams and Cutoffs
New Delhi Institute of Management, Delhi Admission process:
New Delhi Institute of Management offers admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Admission to the undergraduate courses will be done on the basis of the CET examination conducted by the GGSIPU while for postgraduate courses, aspirants have to appear for the All India Entrance Examinations or State Common Entrance Examinations. the detailed admission process is given below:
For BBA/BBA (II Shift):
- Candidates have to appear for CET Entrance Exam conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU).
- Then, candidates have to appear for CET Central Counselling conducted by GGSIPU.
- During Counselling, candidates will choose the college/institute as per their rank.
- Final selection will be done as per the rank obtained by the candidates in the CET Exam.
For PGDM/PGDM (Part-Time):
- Candidates have to appear for CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT/ATMA/GMAT/State Common Entrance Examinations.
- Then, candidates have to apply for admission at the institute website.
- Shortlisted candidates have to appear for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
- Final selection will be done on the basis on graduation, 12th class & 10th class academic performance, CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT/ATMA/GMAT/State Common Entrance Examinations marks, Group Discussion, Personal Interview and achievement in any other field/activity including sports, extra-curricular activities, work experience, additional educational qualifications, activities highlighting leadership, teamwork, innovation, decision making qualities, contribution to social causes/community service etc.
Management and Business Administration (P.G.D.M)
New Delhi Institute of Management, Delhi provides several infrastructural facilities to the students and faculty such as a library with a collection of books, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, information centre, classrooms. Various other facilities like wi-fi, etc are also available for the students.
- Classrooms- The classrooms at the institute have modern facilities like LCD projectors, a Public Address System, microphones, and provisions for audio-visual tools for modern and interactive teaching and learning.
- Information Centre- The IT Centre of the institute provides high-speed 7 Mbps Wifi through Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communication. The lab has 92 computers, networked through the entire campus through inter-connected Local Area Networks. The latest software has been installed in the computers.
- Library- The library at the institute has about 10,000 books, journals, periodicals, and reading material, which includes case study collections, corporate annual reports, company profiles, project reports, and reference material from international agencies. The library uses the fully integrated library management system LsEase. OPAC allows members online access to book details over the internet and intranet. The library has subscriptions to 80 national and international journals.
- Sports- Outdoor sports facilities like cricket, badminton, table tennis, etc are available at the institute. indoor games such as chess, carom, scrabble, etc are also available. A gymnasium is also available.
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Questions related to NDIM Delhi
How is NDIM for PGDM? how is the placements of NDIM?
Let me tell you infrastructure is good but campus is not vast but it is okay so you may go for it.Companies provide Rs. 6,00,000 per annum to Rs. 7,00,000 per annum to the students who have done the remarkable job in their interviews. It means how you perform you get accordingly. Pre-placement sessions are conducted by the placement team to enhance knowledge of students regarding personality development along with technical knowledge. So placement is not the issue here, but you have to be on your shoes and should upgrade yourself by actively participating in events and learning from them. If you are ready to give 100% from your side for 2 years, I can assure you, you will be landing in one of the reputed companies. Faculty is experienced and the staff is also available for help. Management system is so nice.
Hope this helps!
i am confused between NDIM and UPES? which one to choose for mba, plz suggest me!!
Let's compare UPES and NDIM for MBA on the basis of three key factors - Academics, Placements and Infrastructure :-
1. Academics -
UPES provides MBA in 8 different specializations which are rarely available in other b-schools. The traditional specializations such as Human Resource Management etc. are also offered here.
NDIM offers PGDM course which is equivalent to MBA (as declared by AIU). The course curriculum competes with the best b-schools in the country. Its PGDM programme specialization covers major areas in Finance, Production and Operations Management, Marketing, Human Resource Development, Media Management, International Buisness, SCM, IT, Digital Marketing and Buisness Analyst.
2. Placements -
In 2019, UPES achieved 94% placements. A total of 585 recruiters visited the institute. The highest package offered was 23 LPA and the average package was 4.35 LPA. Out of 3101 students, 2223 students were placed.
For the school of Buisness, 97% placements were recorded. 572 students out of 591 were recruited by around 150 companies (like Reliance, Accenture, adani, Nestle, Amazon, Berger, ITC Limited, JINDAL etc.).
UPES also has tie-ups with International recruiters. It is also ranked among the Top 15 MBA institutes in North India.
If you want to get a good ROI, you can pursue its domain specific MBA in Oil and Gas, Power Management or Energy Trading. Impressive placements and CTC are offered in these sectors (the highest CTC for 2019 being 20 LPA).
Coming to NDIM, it has been awarded the Best B-School in India for Placement Services by ASSOCHAM. Its claim for 100% finest placements has been verified by Advertising Standards Council of India. Last year, 11 students were recruited at an annual highest package of 16.1 LPA and the average package offered was 6.5 LPA. Many new MNCs are added each year in the recruitment process, with more than 250 companies (like Deloitte, OYO, HDFC, TATA Motors etc.) recruiting at its campus every year.
3. Infrastructure -
UPES has a nice campus and a well equipped infrastructure with all the necessary facilities.
In NDIM, the campus has all sorts of facilities. It has fully centralised air conditioned infrastructure. The classrooms are also equipped with modern projectors, mics and podiums.
*UPES comparatively has more expensive courses with the best ROI only for Oil/Gas/Power domain. But overall curriculum of PGDM course offered by NDIM is better from a future perspective at affordable expenses.
So, based on all the above factors, you are suggested to go for NDIM (Tughlakabad Campus).
I hope this answer will help you.
recently, i got offer letter from NDIM and UPES for MBA, i am confused which one to choose, plz suggest me the better option!!
Ndim is famous for PGDM and MBA courses. It is worth to do MBA from NDIM tughlakabad campus but not from the okhla campus. Many MNCs like Deliotte, oyo, etc visit the campus for placement, and if you perform well then you get the job opportunity also. MBA from UPES is worth only then, when you are doing specialization in oil and gas/power domain. You will get the best job opportunities in upes with this domain.
Hope it helped to clear your delimma
Ndim vs ims ghaziabad which college is better for pgdm?
NDIM, tughlakabad, Delhi and IMS ghaziabad both have good infrastructure facilities including wifi, projectors in classrooms, computer labs, etc., Also, faculty is knowledgeable and supportive in both campuses. Coming to placements, bot Colleges offer 70-80% placements (according to the reviews) in the most reputed companies like Deliotte, bajaj auto, HDFC bank, E&Y, oyo, etc. and the average salary package is between 4.5-5.5 lakhs per annum. In NDIM college 100% summer internship opportunities are provided to students as a role of business development intern, lead interns, operations intern, finance intern, etc. And in IMS,although many reputed companies visit the campus, but many of the recruits students for sales role, very less companies offer good post jobs.
Hope it helped to clear your delimma.
which college is a good for pgdm in the of placement its ghaziabad or ndim Delhi
At NDIM, New Delhi The average package offered by corporate houses to the students of NDIM is 7 Lakhs per Annum and the highest stands at 16.5 Lakhs per annum. And at ITS Ghaziabad, the average package was 6 lakhs per annum and the highest was 10 lakhs.
With Regard to Placements NDIM would be a better choice. You can visit the following link for more information -
Hope it helps,
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