International Management Institute (IMI) New Delhi, which was ranked as the No 1 private B-school in NIRF Ranking 2016, is one of the dream destinations for MBA/PGDM aspirants. The admission process at IMI, New Delhi is open till December 12, 2016. Candidates seeking admission to various PGDM programmes 2017-19 at IMI Delhi should also appear in CAT 2016 as it is the only exam, scores of which are acceptable to IMI Delhi. Read more. http://www.mbauniverse.com/mba-college.php?institute_id=255
In this article, you can learn all about IMI New Delhi CAT 2016 cut off, Latest Placements, Fee, Last date and more.
Key Strengths of IMI New Delhi
1. Ranked No 1 by Govt of India’s NIRF Ranking
Recent NIRF Ranking 2016 published by Ministry of HRD, Government of India has ranked IMI New Delhi at #1 position amongst the Private B-schools in India. Overall IMI New Delhi was awarded the 7th rank while IIM Bangalore was awarded 1st rank among all the B-schools that were ranked in NIRF Ranking 2016.
Recent rankings by NHRDN, CNN-IBN, Business Today, Outlook, CSR-GHRDC have all ranked IMI amongst the top 10 business schools in India.
IMI, New Delhi secured an overall 12th rank in the ranking issued by The Hindu Business Line and MBAUniverse.com under the title B school Ranking 2015-16.
2. First Corporate Sponsored B-school
IMI New Delhi is India’s first corporate sponsored B-School. It was launched in collaboration with International Management Institute, Geneva (currently International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Lausanne). It is also one of the seven institutes in India to be accredited by the international association, AMBA. All programs at IMI New Delhi are approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
3. High Placements: Top recruiters hire at IMI
IMI Delhi recorded highest salary of Rs. 39 lakhs and average salary of Rs. 12.4 lakhs per annum in Placement for the batch 2014-16.
Out of 86 recruiters who visited the campus in placement 2016, a few top ones are Asian Paints; Capgemini; Deloitte; Genpact; Google; HUL; Infosys; JPMC; L&T Finance; Sony among others. Read more. http://www.mbauniverse.com/mba-college.php?institute_id=255
4. Moderate Fee, compared to other top institutes
IMI Delhi is less expensive if we compare this top B-school to IIMs and other private B-schools. The fee structure for IIM Ahmedabad, Calcutta, Bangalore goes in the range of Rs. 19 lakhs to 19.5 lakhs and IIM Kozhikode needs Rs. 16 lakhs; MDI Gurgaon has a fee structure of Rs.18.86 lakhs, the fee structure at IMI Delhi for the 2 years PGDM 2017-19 programme is much less with Rs. 15.41 lakhs.
5. High International Exposure
IMI Delhi has high international academic collaborations. It helps the faculty and the students of the institute to understand and learn the global academic and business trends. A large number student exchange tie-ups with universities across the world is indeed an opportunity for students to get an international perspective to the dynamic and increasingly international facets of management.
The collaborations with many universities such as AMK University of Applied Sciences, University in Jyvaskyla, Finland, ESC Rennes International School of Business, France brings in the international perspective of management to the global leaders shaped at IMI New Delhi.
CAT 2016 Cut offs & Admission Process
What is the Admission Process 2017 at IMI New Delhi? Responding to this query from MBAUniverse.com, Dr D K Batra said, “Our process is largely CAT based screening and at PI stage - a written test, psychometric test and personal interview is taken. CAT is used for shortlisting of the candidates. It has minimal weightage in the overall assessment.”
But it’s not just CAT percentile that will decide who gets admission into IMI New Delhi. According to Dr D K Batra, “We look for applicants who are self-confident, versatile, open to learning with a strong personal integrity and excellent communication. Candidates look for candidates who have faith in ethics and values; are with analytical bend of mind, integrative capabilities and well versed in current affairs including business and trade related issues.”
Programmes & Specialization
- Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM): 240 seats
- Post-Graduate Diploma in Management - Human Resources (PGDHRM): 60 seats
- Post Graduate Diploma in Management - Banking and Financial Services (PGDM - B&FS): 60 seats
Students are given the opportunity to avail diverse electives across various domains such as Marketing, Finance, Operations, and Strategy. The Specialized courses of PGDMHR and PGDM-Banking and Financial Services are streamlined from the outset. A basket of electives are also available for these courses in second year.
Advice to CAT 2016 Aspirants
Dr D K Batra, suggests the CAT 2016 aspirants to crack the exam with high percentile and advises “When you get a basic grip of the exam pattern, start taking the mock tests to gauge your preparation status and analyse your scores while aiming at successive improvement by filtering out the lagging areas and topics. Make sure to handle the tests within the time limit as losing track of the same makes students panicky during the actual examination. Focus on turning your weaknesses into your strengths by staying motivated and learning from your mistakes.”
IMI New Delhi Admissions process open now
The application process for full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) at IMI for the batch 2017-19 will remain open till December 12, 2016. http://admission.imi.edu/
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