Which among them is best in faculty, average placements, and study experience: AIMS, AKEMI, RIIM, PIBM, GIBS, MITSOM? Please help.

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    Mahesh simha | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Every college tell that it is the top college but I can suggest you the college which helped my sister HR career, she did MBA HR at GIBS Bangalore and this well-known institute and top-ranked college, they guided her well she got placed in college campus, now she is in very good job, you can refer the college website for facts and figures.
    Link: http://www.gibsbschool.com.
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    tirna dam | Contributor-Level 9

    a year ago
    If you are looking for a college in terms of academics and placements then I must say that PIBM is one of the best college in PUNE. And being an ex-student of PIBM batch 2018-20, I would like to share my experience. I can assure you to join PIBM as it is one of the top B-Schools in India. PIBM also successfully transformed 6000+ Alumni into a successful business professional through rigorous training by providing:Industry-aligned Training. Business Orientation Programme. Extensive Corporate Interactions and training. Sector - Company - Product/Service Training. Job Description (JD) Based Training. Experiential Learning through Mock GD/PI with... view more
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    Amruta kumari | Contributor-Level 6

    2 years ago
    We can always judge these factors on what the college is providing. RIIM provides industrial visits, guest lectures. Placement readyness training, which will give you huge amount of knowledge. But RIIM also provides good faculty and which will help you throughout two years. So in ranking RIIM is always first.
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    Subhajit M Gormandize Kolkata obsessed,Biriyaani, Mohanbagan | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    Go for next MAT or coming year CAT for a healthy score, so that you do not need to ask this. Nobody can predict the situation of placement in an average B School. In our college, the placement officer (whose corporate hold was satisfactory or not bad) suddenly got a better offer and quit our college and we were in unfathomable deep and next one was unable to bring the core job profile and students were foisted in bulk hire and fire profile. So, be clever before investment. Try for a healthy score card and chase tier 1 of MAT/CMAT.
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    GIBS Bangalore | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Dear Sugam,
    We suggest you to visit the college and experience the beauty of our residential campus in terms of all the facilities and infrastructure. It is been ranked amongst the top business school in India and GIBS is also considered as non-IIM member institution by the CAT 2016. It is also associated with XAT & ATMA. GIBS offers exclusive programme package with dual specialisation with a lot of value added programs such as Business Analytics, SAP, Six Sigma, Campus to corporate programme, Project Management and many more. GIBS is AICTE, UGC, MHRD and ISO Certified Institutions. Visit:
    www.gibsbschool.com
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    Aisha Dey | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Among them RIIM, Pune is always a better option. They have the best faculty member, a huge number of industrial visits, educational trips to London or Dubai. RIIM also has the placement team. They give a minimum 3-4 LPA to every student.
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    Bhairavi Mohite | Contributor-Level 9

    a year ago
    As far as I know, PIBM, is best in faculty, placements, and study experience because many of my friends have done their MBA/PGDM from PIBM.
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    JAYATI BOSE | Contributor-Level 9

    a year ago
    PIBM Pune is one of the top B-Schools in India. PIBM ranks 32nd in the Top 100 B-Schools in India. PGDM and MBA both courses in PIBM are equally wonderful and also placements for both the courses are equivalent. More than 300+ top companies are coming to the campus for hiring students with some excellent profiles. Even in the Covid-19 situation, PIBM organizes online classes, placement preparation, mock GD-PI, and most of the students of batch 2019-21 are placed with reputed companies like Deloitte, e-Clex, Cians, Dabur, ITC, Reckitt Benckiser, TIAA, LODHA Group, Xanadu Realty, CITCO, and many more. With the highest package of 15lacs. The fac... view more
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    Dipika Jha | Contributor-Level 6

    a year ago
    Hello Sugam, All Management Institutes are doing good in their respective fields. If you consider some of the important parameters like Quality of Education, Return on Investment, Affiliation of the Institute, Placement Scenario, Course Curriculum and Fee Structure, RIIM Pune will be the best Management Institute to pursue Post Graduation Management programme. RIIM Pune is a Premier B-School in Pune, Maharashtra providing both MBA and PGDM programme from different entities. RIIM Pune does offer Pune University Certification with AICTE Approval, and Pune University is one of the top ranking Universities in India. The Course Curriculum of RIIM ... view more
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    Arpita Dutta

    7 months ago
    Hi Sugam, from my experience I can recommend you GIBS because it is best in terms of quality education, good placements, excellent faculty members who help and engage with students regularly. This PGDM programme facilitates both in theory and in practice of different functional areas of management. In GIBS they give high motivation towards involvement in Research and Innovation activities with respect to management. And their placement department support students in every aspect of grooming like mock practice of job interviews, LEADERSHIP TALK SERIES, Industry Interaction.

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