Ans. Intellectual Capital: IMI New Delhi is known for its rich intellectual capital. The faculties of the college hold a rich corporate experience which helps students to understand the subject better.
Ans. The minimum overall cutoff to get admission in IMI Delhi is 90 percentile and for VA, LRDI, and QA is 75,70,70 respectively.
Ans. After old IIM India, IMI Delhi is one of the best B-schools after old IIM. Industry exposure and placements are on par with top B-schools like MDI, XIMB. Student quality is on par with the newer IIMs. Infrastructure is good
Ans. The International Management Institute, commonly referred to as IMI, is a private Management Institute in Delhi. The International Management Institute was the first business institute to receive corporate sponsorship.
Ans. As well as being affiliated with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the institute is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and the Association of MBAs. The founding campus of IMI is in India, one of three campuses. The other campuses of IMI are located in Kolkata and Bhubaneshwar.
Ans. The IMI Delhi 2022 cutoff does not have the policy of Reservation as they do not differentiate students based on their caste, creed, and race.
Ans. PGDM (HRM) and PGDM (B&FS) programs at IMI New Delhi have similar eligibility requirements. If participants are in their final year of their bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination, or if they have completed their degree requirements and are awaiting results, they can apply.
Ans. International management institute, Delhi is one of the best tier 2 universities in the world. Good placements: IMI, Delhi has an excellent placement rate. Students are offered a variety of job profiles. All over India, students are offered good packages and good positions.
Ans. IMI Selection Index consisting of CAT/XAT/CMAT/GMAT score, past academic performance in graduation, class XII & X, Group discussion, Extempore speaking, Essay writing, Personal interview besides other parameters, will be considered for selection.
Ans. We offer PGDM, Executive PGDM, and FPM courses at the institute.
Ans. The total fee of FPM is INR 7.87 lakh.
Ans. The Executive PGDM program lasts 15 months, including 12 months of coursework and 3 months of projects.
Ans. Application forms cost INR 2,200 plus 18% GST.
Ans. Meritorious and deserving students are eligible for merit-based scholarships and tuition fee waivers at the institute.
Ans. There is a total fee of INR 12 lakh for the Executive PGDM program.
Ans. The institute accepts CAT/ GMAT scores for providing admission to the PGDM programme.
Ans. For all courses, applications must be submitted online.
Ans. Ninety-five percent of students were placed by December 9, 2021. A salary of INR 15.30 LPA was the average.
Ans. IMI Delhi’s 2022 placement is still ongoing, and the highest package offered so far is 27.75 LPA.
Ans. The most offers have been made in the Consulting/ EdTech sector with 41%.
Ans. Accenture, KPMG, Deloitte, Infosys and ICICI Bank were among the recruiters who visited the campus.
Ans. The average package offered to IMI Delhi PGDM batch 2020-22 was INR 15.64 LPA.
Ans. The placement drive 2020-22 has resulted in 5 international offers to date. These statistics might change as the placement process is ongoing.
Ans. Students of batch 2020-22 were offered stipends up to INRS 2 lakh and opted for PGDM program(s).
Ans. The IT sector offered the most internships to batch 2020-22 students, followed by the BFSI sector and consulting firms.
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