PGDM - Communications

Course Highlights
  • The course curriculum is framed in a way that it focuses on creative thinking, consumer -centricity, communication and community outreach. 
  • Apart from academics, students are also encouraged to get hands on experience of the industry through a mandatory 2 months Summer Internship to learn the nuances required to excel as a business professional.
  • Rural Immersion Programme, an integral part of the course on rural communication, exposes students to rural realities with an emphasis on development and marketing communication
Eligibility
Exams Taken
CAT | XAT | GMAT | MICAT
Work Experience
Not Applicable
Admissions Process
  • Scored of CAT(2017)/ XAT (2018)/ GMAT (2016 Onwards) are accepted
  • Candidates to appear in MICAT1/MICAT2
  • Final selection based on Group Exercise and Personal Interview
  • Final Results will be declared on the basis of performance in above components
Important Dates
CAT
Last date to apply:
November 30, 2017
Cut off accepted:
Not available
XAT
Last date to apply:
November 30, 2017
Cut off accepted:
Not available
GMAT
Last date to apply:
November 30, 2017
Cut off accepted:
Not available
Other Entrance Exams
Last date to apply:
November 30, 2017
Cut off accepted:
Not available
Interview & GD Process
Group Exercise | Personal Interview
Seats
Seats: 180

Placements

Placement 2016

All
Average Salary: 11,60,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 25,50,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: Amazon, Google, Mahindra Retail, and Cognizant, P&G, Titan, Discovery, Leo Burnett, Star India, Sony Pictures Networks, Wipro, Raymond, HT Media, Madura, Uber, Isobar, HITACHI, HP, CricHQ, Holiday-IQ, Kidzania, Sony Music, and Tata Global Beverages.

Placement 2017

All
Average Salary: 12,65,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 40,08,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: Google, Amazon, Emami, Star, Sony, Leo Burnett, Amul, Raymond, Tolaram Group, Uber, Yes Bank, DDB Mudra Group, Sharekhan, Berger, HT Media