• What If Not IIMs ! : B-School Survey 2017
  • What If Not IIMs ! : B-School Survey 2017

    As per an internationally acclaimed business website, IIM-A is one of the tenacious institutes with acceptance rate of 0.25 percent. Acceptance into other IIMs like Bangalore and Calcutta is no walk in the park either, with only a handful being able to make the cut out of two lakh aspirants who register for the famed CAT exam. In a nation like ours, where the premier government institutes are kept on a pedestal, the parents and students are in dilemma of pursuing the unconventional management institutes and are plagued by the questions regarding their credibility. These institutes today seek to be the avenger for those who couldn’t make their way into the IIMs and are going beyond the conventional means of managerial education that are majorly focused on holistic development.


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