Which one is better among NDIM-Tughlakabad, JIMS-Rohini, Jaipuria-Noida and Asian Business School for PGDM?

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    Swati Goel | Contributor-Level 6

    2 years ago
    Dear Poorva, There are parameters through which you can select the best institute like:-
    Affiliation and Accreditation
    Overall environment
    Extra curricular activities
    Please go through all these and check for the best suited B- School for you. All the best and may you opt the best institute. You can visit the JIMS, Rohini website through the following link www.jimsindia.org
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    nishchit jain

    4 years ago
    Comparatively, JIMS-Rohini is better. However, go through some standard rankings and placement record to clarify your doubts further.
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    Priyanshi Sharma Management student | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    Hello Poorva,
    These all colleges are good, but as a student of JIMS Rohini I had found value for money here, you can apply online for all the colleges and give interviews and visit the campus for a better decision. I hope my answer will help you, and feel free to ask me more about JIMS Rohini.
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    Priyanka Awasthi I am not perfect but i am limited edition | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Dear Poorva, I will recommend JIMS Rohini for PGDM course as it is approved course by AICTE and AIU which means it is equal to an MBA degree. It offers dual specialization, you can choose as per your interest area, PGDM General/ IB / RM. The highest package is Rs 10 lakhs till date and average package is Rs 4-5 lakhs. Students got many industrial exposures too. The campus conducts different types of workshop and series of guest lectures so that it can enhance the confidence of students. There is proper classes for GD and PI, and for grooming too because personalty reflects your attitude. So the campus takes care all the things and try to give... view more
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    Subhajit M Gormandize Kolkata obsessed,Biriyaani, Mohanbagan | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    Jims-Rohini is not bad, but also not good for core finance job profile. So, decide about the stream first (sales, Core finance, Financial product sales, HR) then choose the college. If you do not have healthy score card, then best is to give MAT. Here are some of the parameters to choose that how to judge an average B-School1) Try to avoid trust in morphed media ranking (not all media), sometime it happens to promote the college brand name in student s mind. 2) Don’t run or get lured by the call of 100% placement. If you are in bulk, hire and fire offers are offered. It does not make any sense to you. 3) Don’t run behind INR 9.6 Lacs CTC ... view more
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    sushmita singh

    4 years ago
    Dear Aspirant
    Being a student of ABS, I will say go for ABS without any doubt in mind, because it is one of the best college for PGDM in terms of ROI, placements and academic. You will get ample chances of exposures over here and good ROI too. You will get very supportive faculty members and mentors with right direction to move. For placements, you will get chances to sit for Campus interviews of Nestle, ITC, BAJAJ and many more till you got placed.
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    Prem Adhikari

    4 years ago
    JIMS-Rohini is good among all three, but I would suggest that if you can then go for JIMS-Kalkaji. It is a better option.
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    mahima yadav | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    PGDM from JIMS Rohini. It has really good placement, infrastructure, faculty.
    If we see the 2016-2018 batch placement record till now, 67% of students are already placed within just 3 months since the placement has started which is way better than many colleges.
    Companies like Colgate, IndusInd Bank, Kent Ro, Deloitte, Pantaloons etc come for placements.
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    VEDANT VAID | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    HI Poorva,
    All the colleges are equally good and the companies that visit these campuses are same. So, I would suggest you take other things into consideration before joining the college like, fees structure, facilities provided, faculty, batch size, infrastructure, etc.
    Moreover, NDIM has been recently rated as the best industry linked management institute of the country at the 7th Global University Industry Congress, held in December 2017 by AICTE, Government of India and CII (Confederation of Indian Industry).

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