Gujarat shared the fifth position with Karnataka across the country in terms of the highest number of management institutes other than Indian Institute of Management (IIMs). Almost all the students who were admitted to these colleges successfully graduated. Out of those, 92.74 per cent got placed and two per cent went for higher education.
On average 97.38 per cent of the students graduated out of the total enrolled in the top colleges offering the four years pharmacy undergraduate programme. Among the graduates, 55.62 per cent went for higher education and around 39 per cent got a job via campus placement.
Six states and union territories of India with the maximum number of management colleges ranked in the NIRF 2022 include Delhi, at fourth position with seven colleges. These colleges from Delhi’s excluding IITs, together placed 96 per cent of its graduates, the highest among the six states/union territories.
As per the NIRF 2022 ranking, Maharashtra holds the third position for having the highest number of non IIM, non IIT management institutes. Three of these, top the list with the highest median salary. This article will help to understand placement performance, gender and geographical diversity in these management institutes.
Uttar Pradesh had the highest number of management colleges ranked in the NIRF 2022. These colleges other than IIM and IIT, graduated 97 per cent of their enrolled students and placed 83.4 per cent of the graduates. Read the full article here for complete details on gender diversity, geographical diversity of students, placement, median salary and other information.
Tamil Nadu has the second highest number of management institutes ranked in the NIRF 2022. Among the management institutes other than IIMs of Tamil Nadu, the gender diversity, geographical diversity, placement as well as the median salary varied widely. Read here for a detailed report of management colleges of Tamil nadu other than IIMs.
Over eight years, the number of recruiters participating in ICAI campus placements to hire Chartered Accountants has nearly doubled. Official data shows the number of jobs offered has increased more than five times. Here’s an analysis of CA jobs offered and accepted over eight years including the highest domestic salary.
For any management studies aspirant, the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) are an obvious choice. But, there are some institutes, other than IIMs, that have the same placement record and a comparable median salary as that of any IIMs. Careers360 in this analysis brings you those management institutes that are not IIMs but rank among the top B-schools in India.
Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) departments of several engineering colleges rival Computer Science in placement rates and salaries. How well do BTech ECE batches of different Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) and National Institutes of Technology (NIT) fare against each other? Careers360’s analysis of official placement data from several institutions show the placement trends for this branch in 2020-21.
One of the core branches of engineering, Chemical Engineering has struggled with placements even at some of the top institutions in the country – including the IITs. In fact, the only engineering college in Careers360’s analysis to post a placement rate of 100 per cent for BTech in Chemical Engineering is a National Institute of Technology (NIT). At some colleges, the placement rate was below 60 per cent.