Delhi being the national capital is constantly in limelight and been a great source of attraction for the Educational Sector and various MNCs. After completing your bachelor’s from one of the most reputed universities in the country, the next foolproof step to enter into the corporate world is by getting educated at B-Schools that provide you enough exposure to deal with real life situations instead of just textual knowledge.
In this blog, we will walk you through the process for finding and selecting the right college for your needs and preferences keeping in mind the cut throat competition.
We will enlist details relating to Rank, Fees, Cut-off, Admission, Infrastructure, Business Life, Placements.
Let us begin by talking about the difference between MBA, EMBA and PGDM.
|MBA||Executive MBA (E-MBA)||Post Graduate Diploma In Management (PGDM)|
|It is a degree course provided by colleges affiliated to universities.||It is a part time course that is designed to accommodate working professionals by providing classes only on weekends.||It is a diploma course that is conducted by those autonomous institutes that are recognized by AICTE approved by the Government of India.|
As per the curriculum, PGDM offers a more practical approach while MBA follows a theoretical approach. However, accreditation by the Association of Indian universities makes MBA and PGDM equal.
As listed by IndiaEducation.net, the list of colleges offering these courses rank wise in Delhi NCR are:
|RANK||B-SCHOOL NAME||CUT OFF*||FEES||PLACEMENTS|
|1.||University of Delhi||94-95||3.20L||100%, Average 35L|
|2.||Management Development Institute, Gurgaon||93-95||21.3L||98%, Average 20.13L|
|3.||Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi||70-90||16L||100%, Average 18.2L|
|4.||Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad||89-90||19L||95%, Average 12.5%|
|5.||International Management Institute (IMI), Gurgaon||90||17.6L||98%, Average 13.5L|
|6.||IIT Delhi- Department of Management Studies||97-99||9.6L||100%, Average 22.3L|
|7.||Fore School Of Management||85-90||16L||99%, Average 10.4L|
|8.||IIM, Rohtak||94-95||16.7L||100%, Average 11.8L|
|9.||Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management||85-88||11L||100%, Average 21L|
|10.||Birla Institute Of Management Technology||70-80||11.5L||99%, Average, 16L|
The Percentiles stated above are strictly on the basis of CAT scores. However certain colleges accept XAT, GMAT and CMAT scores while evaluating the application form.
Best MBA Colleges in Delhi/NCR:
- Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi:
Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi and The Red Building of Dreams is a leading business school located in New Delhi, India. It was established in 1954 under the umbrella of the University of Delhi. It is often cited as one of the best business schools in India. FMS Delhi, one of the oldest Business Schools of the country, with quality faculty members and with an almost negligible fee, offers unmatched ROI when compared to these IIMs. A fee structure of INR 2 lacs at FMS can never be compared to fees in the range of INR 22-23 lacs at the IIMs.
- Management Development Institute, Gurgaon:
Management Development Institute is a leading Indian private Business School in India. It was established in 1973 by the Industrial Finance Corporation of India. It is located in Gurgaon, a commercial hub near the Indian capital of New Delhi. 95 Percentile is good enough to get a call from MDI Gurgaon, with no sectional cutoffs. However, for the final convert for PGPM course, 97 percentile and for HR/IM Courses, 96 percentile has been observed as the scores.
- Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi:
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade is an autonomous public business school established in 1963 by the Government of India. IIFT has conferred the status of Deemed University in 2002. It conducts an autonomous entrance examination, named the IIFT Exam, across various centers in India.
- Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad:
Abbreviated as IMT, is a private business school with its main campus at Ghaziabad in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is consistently ranked among India’s Top 20 business schools and Top 10 private business schools.
- International Management Institute, New Delhi:
IMI is a private business school located in New Delhi, India. Established in 1981, it was India’s first corporate sponsored business school. Sanjiv Goenka, Chairman of the RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group, is the Chairman of the IMI Governing Committee.
- Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi:
The Director of IIT Delhi has provided full autonomy to the department financially and functionally. The faculty, the quality of education provided and the batch strength are continuously growing as the department focuses on adapting standards as per the needs of the industry. The curriculum is reviewed regularly with the help of industry experts, notable alumni and B-school leaders.
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- Fore School Of Management, New Delhi:
The FORE School of Management, best known as FORE, is a private business school located in New Delhi, India. FORE stands for ‘Foundation for Organizational Research and Education’. Established in 1981, the school offers postgraduate education.
- IIM, Rohtak:
Indian Institute of Management Rohtak is a public business school located in Rohtak, Haryana a part of the National Capital Region of India. IIM Rohtak was established in the year 2010 as one of the six new IIMs announced under the 11th Five Year Plan.
- Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, New Delhi:
The Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management is an institute of Management and Information Technology Education located in Dwarka, New Delhi. The Institute was established by the ‘Lal Bahadur Shastri Educational Trust’ in 1995.
- Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida:
Birla Institute of Management Technology was established in 1988 under the aegis of the Birla Academy of Art and Culture and supported by Birla group of companies with the vision of developing ethical leaders with entrepreneurial studies.
After burning the midnight oil and constantly wondering if you are draining your wealth, choosing the right college is a one time investment that cannot be revoked. I hope you find the college that suits your goals. The two years of MBA will determine where and how you will leave a mark in the corporate world. Choose wisely.