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BIMM is one of the 4 sister colleges (BIMM, BIMHRD, BITM and BIIB). The popularity of these colleges is also is in the same order BIMM> BIMHRD> BITM > BIIB. The seats of the colleges also fill in the same order. Thus, “in most cases”, the students with better academic records opt for the colleges in the same order BIMM> BIMHRD> BITM > BIIB – which also is a key factor of the placements. However, it is to be noted that, most companies come for placement considering SBS as whole, and not for particular college. But the academic record background is one of the decider during placements. Thus, BIMM has better placement records. But it’s fairly equivalent to BITM and BIMHRD.

The ranking which the college boasts about is now based on SBS as whole, (earlier the ranking was done for individual colleges). Refer the website for better insight.

Leave aside the rankings and placement records, all 4 colleges have same/similar set of faculty members, same/ similar infrastructure and overall same exposure. It is up to the student how he grooms himself in these 2 years.

Why BIMM?

You’ll get a different experience altogether- which no other college can provide. The definition of “different” is as follows:

  • The founder and President of SBS- Bala sir- comes from an Army background. He believes in 3 fundamental principles, AKA 3Ds: Discipline, Dedication and Determination (you will hear this a lot in your 2 year tenure if you join SBS).
  • These 3Ds literally define your professional career, thus Bala sir is obsessed with these and is very strict.
  • There’s 365 working day culture.
  • You need to be very punctual (college door closes sharp at 8:30AM)
  • You need to maintain 90% + attendance (to be eligible for campus placements)
  • There’s attendance before every lecture, you have be disciplined (there’s a red list and a black list- which disqualifies you to attend classes/ campus placements).
  • Placement 2020

 the college is seeing companies offering packages of as low as 3.5 lakhs (that too CTC, which if you don’t know means you will get 2.5–3 lakhs in hand!) and many companies offering the same profiles that they offer in Engineering colleges. The highest packages which the students are claiming here of 14 lakhs or so is very rare and each year only 1–2 students having sources or more than 3–4 years of work experience only get it. In the MBA standards considering with better to top-tier colleges, it is still pathetic where freshers are offered those packages. Let me tell you this year the average package has dropped down to about 4 lakhs per annum. Not to mention the companies they invite as good as L&T, etc offering a package of 4–4.5 lakhs to an MBA. From that you can assume what is the reputation of this college in such good companies.

MBA Admission Process 2020

  • MBA admission is based on a valid score in CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT or MAH MBA CET followed by Group Discussion and Personal interview.
  • MBA (Executive) admission is based on candidates’ academic profile, CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT/MAH-CET Entrance Score Card.
  • The selection process will consist of Group Discussion and Personal Interview + Essay writing.
  • For candidates seeking admission to MBA Executive, 2-year full-time working experience is mandatory.

Infrastructure and other Experiences:

  • The infra is great. You have a classic 1000 seater auditorium (in BIMM and BITM)- where you get to attend a lot of (REALLY A LOT) guest lecturers.
  • There’s a class indoor swimming pool and a Gym. The society has 2 mess/canteen which serves pocket friendly good and hygienic food.
  • Then in summer internship, you also have to do a corporate b......ng of your college (Which now I think is done twice a year)- again a great experience.
  • HR folks have many HR meets in Goa, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, etc- which ensures summer internships and give a great exposure.
  • Drishti- The annual cultural festival- where the colleges leaves no expense spared. Al co-curricular/ extra-curricular skills exposed. No explanation needed.
  • Diwali and other Festivals- all festivals are celebrated and you never get time to miss your family. The SBS becomes your family eventually.
  • At the end of 2 years, the friendship you develop with your classmates- is something only a Balajian can understand- which makes all the struggle and overall experience worth it.

 balaji institute of management  Pros & Cons:

Pros

  1. Cost of MBA is less compared to other tier 2,3 MBA institutes.
  2. Institute has a theme, that is discipline, hence they harp upon it. In case you want to be perceived by your future employers (immediate one’s especially) as a disciplined MBA, then this is the institute. Its actually a virtue to be associated with
  3. College Is particular about attendance, hence as a parent one can be assured that the kid will spend most of the time studying, instead of just exploring Lonavala ;)
  4. Management is very keen on creating student’s value, hence they keep imparting a lot of knowledge, sometime out of curriculum also.

 Cons:

  1. Very weak and inactive alumni network. (I’m an alumni from 2000 - 2002 batch, so can say with authority :)
  2. Don’t have renowned faculties (not that other colleges tier 2/3 colleges have).
  3. College is now appx 20 years old, should have created a specialization. Example. IIM, C is good for finance, A is good for marketing, XLRI is good HR, etc. (This is my mere perception created over time meeting alumni’s from respective colleges).
  4. In my perspective, MBA as a course is not a skill enhancing course, therefore, people expecting jobs or increase in value basis MBA get disappointed when they get such low salary placement offers. Actually, the salary an individual is offered post MBA is marginally over the real value of the an individuals education credentials. The marginal increase is primarily due to the placement efforts put in by the institute. That’s the reason from Jan-Mar, i.e. the time companies come for placements, it seems like a fair at the college. I mention this as a con against the institute, the comment is general to most of the MBAs (excluding Tier 1 colleges). I see lot of parents / graduates choosing MBA as a stream just for a job. They were actually better of applying for a job on a job portal and then post some initial experience 3–5 years, should evaluate further studies options - MBA being just one of them and not the only one.

 Faculty: Most of them have experience but very few are phd holders. They will nourish you from the bottom to the extreme so that you become a person of full grace and determination. one drawback is that you will get less intactive session of experts from industry. 

 

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