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Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management (VJIM), Hyderabad, an AICTE approved institution, ranked among the top 21 B-schools of the country (by AIMA and Business Standard, 2013) is going full swing with its admissions to PGDM for year 2014.
VJIM as a seat of learning, with its huge campus set amidst the idyllic backdrop of greenery, has emerged as a name to reckon with academically. Having repositioned the frame of business education, the B-school has come a long way and has become one of the fore-players adopting the structure of global management curriculum. Dr. Kamal Ghosh Ray, Director, VJIM explains this repositioning model further- “We at VJIM have redefined business education as a perfect mix of 'global width' with 'local depth'. We seek to achieve the 'global width' by adopting the international curriculum, pedagogy and best practices, which are applied in the local business settings. The 'local depth' is explored through developing 'industry-specific skills', while meeting the needs of Indian businesses for which, VJIM has repositioned business education.”
The state-of-the-art campus enables students with all the facilities to grow as 'locally fit' and 'globally sensitive' managers. With high inclination towards international pedagogy, native tradition and unique concepts like reverse orientation for second year students post their Summer Internships, adopting Socratic dialogue for teaching and learning, etc. VJIM is clearly making path-breaking innovations in the field of management studies.
VJIM strongly believes in diversity of student body. It takes pride in having students from all over the country, coming from various academic backgrounds. In the words of Mr. Raghu Mantha, Admissions in-charge, VJIM - “The VJIM classroom is a melting pot of culture and ideas. Continuing the tradition, VJIM stays focused in its 2014 intake as well, encouraging meritocracy by laying primary emphasis on the academic profiles of students. VJIM is also one of the institutes that look beyond entrance scores when selecting its students.”
In order to not make affordability a barrier for aspirants, VJIM goes steps higher in allocating its 2014 scholarships. The portfolio includes Rs. 1.50 lakhs for students procuring 75 percentile & above in CAT/ XAT and 98-100 percentile in MAT/ C-MAT. It further extends a sum of Rs. 1.25 lakhs to students whose scores fall within the bracket of 70-74 percentiles in CAT/ XAT and 96-97 percentiles in MAT/C-MAT. There's a scholarship of Rs. 1.00 lakhs assigned for students securing 65-69 percentiles in CAT/ XAT and 90-95 percentiles in MAT/C-MAT. Students obtaining 60- 64 percentiles in CAT/XAT and 85-89 percentiles in MAT/ C-MAT get Rs. 0.75 lakhs and ones scoring 55-59 in CAT/ XAT and 80-84 in MAT/C-MAT earn the scholarship of Rs.0.50 lakhs.
To be eligible, an applicant has to have a Bachelors degree or equivalent (10+2+3) from a recognised university. Students in the final year of graduation can also apply. Emphasis is laid on applicants' attitude and willingness to learn. This effort is clearly visible in the rich alumni list of the institute, which includes personalities like Mrs. Deepa N. Adusumilli, Director (Marketing), Narne Estates Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Satish Shah, Manager (Recruitment), Google, Mr. Vinay K. Reddy, Branch Manager, Samsonite, Mr. S.R.Sreecharan, Manager (Marketing), TIME, to name a few.
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad welcomes all to apply!
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For more details pertaining to scholarships offered by VJIM, please visit: http://vjim.edu.in/images/downloads/new_FEE-STRUCTURE-2014_16.pdf
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