Which one is the best for PGDM & MBA in Delhi: JIMS Rohini, Asian Business School, Apeejay School of Management Dwarka & NDIM?

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    KAUSTABH DE | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    I will recommend you jims Rohini sector 5, it is approved by AICTE AIU and accredited by NAAC and NBA. Its the highest package was 10 lac and average package was 4-5 lac till date. They offer live project opportunity and summer internship so that students can explore more and understand the corporate world in a better way. Many best companies have visited the college like Deloitte, Kpmg, icici etc. They conduct different types of workshop and series of guest lecture to enhance the confidence level and for the personality development of the students. Faculty members are very helpful and they are always ready to guide you in each and every step... view more
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    mahima yadav | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    JIMS Rohini provides great assistance in placement and as well as internship. Companies like Deloitte, Aditya Birla Group, ShoppersStop etc. Come for placement as well as Internships. Jims gives you practical exposure through guest lectures which are very helpful.
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    APEEJAYSCHOOL Yadav

    4 years ago
    Apeejay School of Management (ASM), Dwarka, New Delhi, established in 1993, is committed to quality education of global standards leading to man-making and nation- building. It functions under the aegis of the Apeejay Education Society (AES), which has rich legacy of over five decades of excellence in education. The AES runs 24 non- profit schools, higher institutions and the University under the dynamics leadership of MS. Sushma Paul Berlia- Leading women entrepreneur and educationist. ASM, Dwarka, New Delhi, endeavors to be an international level center of excellence in management education and offers the following business management progr... view more
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    Umang Puri

    4 years ago
    Hi Prashant, JIMS-Rohini proves to be an ideal place for those wishing to engage in academic pursuits and seek intellectual fulfillment. The PGDM Programme offered is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD, and Government of India and accredited from National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for excellence in quality education. PGDM has also been granted equivalence to MBA degree by Association of Indian Universities (AIU). Seeing the aspect of faculty and teaching style, the whole gamut of teaching and learning methods include - case studies, role plays presentation on strategic and contemporary issues... view more
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    Abhinav Prakash Creativity. Innovation. Determination. Dedication. | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    1. ABS
    2. Apeejay School of Management
    3. JIMS, Kalkaji and Rohini.
    4. NDIM.
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    Priyanka Awasthi I am not perfect but i am limited edition | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Dear Prashant,I will recommend you jims Rohini sector 5, new Delhi as it is approved by AICTE AIU and accredited by NAAC and NBA. It provides live project opportunity and summer internship opportunity to the students so that they can understand the corporate world in a better way with handsome stipend. You will get different industrial exposure and learning. They conduct different types of workshop and series of guest lecture for the students it helps to enhance the confidence level and personality development. Faculty members are also very helpful and they are always ready to guide you in each and every step. For further details please visit... view more
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    Vaishnavi Tiwari

    4 years ago
    All are good but I would say JIMS is good for MBA &PGDM because it will help you to learn so many things related to the practical aspect throughout the course so you should go for JIMS.

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