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IIMs to offer 2883 seats for 2013-2015, few to increase fees


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Below is the first of two articles, put together by the PaGaLGuY team on the numbers of seats and fee structure in the top 25 schools (according to the PaGaLGuY b-school rankings 2012) and all the Indian Institutes of Management.

This one in on the IIMs. Amongst the major changes, IIM Kozhikode and IIM Kashipur have increased seats for the 2013-15 batch. IIM Kashipur has doubled its intake from 42 to 90 for the next academic session. IIM Kozhikode will now admit 375 students to the institute.

Institute

No of seats (2012-14)

No of seats (2013-15)

Fees structure (2012-14) (in Rs for 2 years)

Fees structure (2013-15) (in Rs for 2 years)

IIM, Ahmedabad

385

385

15,50,000

16,60,000

IIM, Bangalore

382

Due mid-March

15,00,000

Due mid-March

IIM, Calcutta

462

462

13,50,000

Due mid-April

IIM, Lucknow

419

419

12,50,000

Due mid-April

IIM, Indore

450

450

13,00,000

13,00,000

IIM, Shillong

120

120

8,00,000

8,00,000

IIM, Kozhikode

360

375 (increased)

9,75,000

9,75,000

IIM, Raipur

120

120

9,00,000

9,00,000

IIM, Udaipur

120

120

8,00,000

Due mid-March

IIM, Trichy

102

102

10,00,000

10,00,000

IIM, Rohtak

120

120

9,00,000

Due mid-March

IIM, Ranchi

120

120

9,00,000

9,00,000

IIM, Kashipur

42

90 (increased)

8,00,000

8,00,000

Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad-

The institute increased its fees structure by 5.4% for the 2011-13 batch and 7.2% for the 2012-14 batch. In conversation with this online magazine, the spokesperson for the institute said that they have continued the trend and have increased the fee by 7.1% to Rs 16,60,000. The decision will be communicated to the aspirants through their admission letters.

Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore -

Due to major infrastructural changes, IIM Bangalore increased its fees structure by 15% for the academic year 2012-14. According to the institute spokesperson, aspirants can expect an increase in the fees structure for the next academic year as well. However, the decision will be made public only by the third week of March.

Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Calcutta -

The institute has not increased its fees for the past two academic years. However, the decision regarding the final fees structure for the year 2013-15 is pending. The final decision should be made public by April.

In all (excluding IIM Bangalore), the IIMs offer a total of 2883 seats for the batch of 2013-15.

Of these, 1427 seats are reserved (49.5%). The percentage of reserved seats remains the same as last year - for NC/OBC it is 27% (778 seats), for SC it is 15% (433 seats) and for ST it is 7.5% (216 seats).

(The second part of this series on other top b-schools will be published tomorrow)

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  • @earthunearth indian constitution is one of the worst th.... 27 May '13.
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ShayRom3o
Sushant Kumar Sishodhiya @ShayRom3o 1.3 k
@shubhranshu19 : Buddy, for taking a loan also one needs to show some guarantee for your kind information. I have seen people taking money from relatives, neighbours and friends and pay them back.
Please don't post stupid things when you don't know facts.
And ya, I have ability to pay back after I graduate from a B-school, you don't need to bother about that. Keep your suggestions to yourself.
earthunearth
aakash tonk @earthunearth 33
@veepin I have heard dat IIMB provides various fee waivers... not sure about the detail... but it provides 100% fee waiver under some scheme... u need to check it out with the admission cell.... @ShayRom3o Its ok buddy... @shubhranshu19 might be kidding.... and @shubhranshu19 plz avoid making remarks based on category... Indian constitution clearly defines reservation for SC/ST/OBC in order to bring them upto the normal standards so there must be something wrong with the financial condition obv... so chill
chandesh
chandesh g @chandesh 1
@astha_aIs there any reservations for OBC in IIMs......if so what % of seats are allotted to OBC???
madomad
MADHUR SHARMA @madomad 2
@earthunearth

indian constitution is one of the worst things ever happened to this country, it provides reservation to all SCs/STs poor OR rich, so forget bringing them to normal standards.It wont happen even if 100% reservation is allowed for 1000 more years with the present criteria followed.Poor SCs and STs are not given any benefits because richer ones eat them...so YOU avoid making remarks on reservation being right or wrong...

Harsh108
Harsh saradava @Harsh108 2
Reservation is right but with their condition.. In Top B-school seats reservation is wrong... get marks and get admission... SIMPLE.. if you are comes from SCs/STs poor family then talk to school authority.. they will defiantly help you to find some solution... I think fees reservation accepted but not it seats reservation...!!