Hey Guys, While browsing thru the IIMB website saw this ad about this new one year full time programme for Middle/Senior level managers. Do you guys have any idea about this one? I mean in terms of the quality, ROI and stuff. Do you gu…
While browsing thru the IIMB website saw this ad about this new one year full time programme for Middle/Senior level managers.
Do you guys have any idea about this one? I mean in terms of the quality, ROI and stuff.
Do you guys think its gonna fall in the same league of programs offered by ISB, IIMA-PGPEX etc....:-o
Your feedbacks and views are higly appreciated
would u kindly post the link where u found the ad about the new one year full time programme for Middle/Senior level managers?
Here u go buddy...
One Year Full Time Postgraduate Programme in Management
I visited the link.. 2009-10 will be the 1st batch.. the dates r yet to be announced.. lets keep posting on this whenever we get to know something about this program
I shall be trying for a 1yr programme next yr in ISB,IIMA,IIMC or IIMB....yet to get a GMAT score.
Heres my profile:
Work Ex-4.5 yrs
Organisation- MNC (One of the best);)
Extra Currics-Terrible :huh:
Aiming for a GMAT score of arnd 700+
How bout ya........
Buddy thx so much, Had been looking around for this one ever since i read the article in the news.
6.4 yrs Work Ex per april
GMAT Score - 690
Acads - 67% REC Calicut
Extra curricular - Community Events in the US , Toastmasters, Etc,,,
Ur profile looks impressive....
But coming back to my primary question...Do u think this programme is gonna set the same standards at those of the likes of ISBs and IIMs.....:huh:
IIMB - One Year PGP seems to have set a minimum of 7 years work-ex. Check the link.
One Year Full Time Postgraduate Programme in Management
And if the total cost of 1-year MBA is gonna be 20 lakh, then the ROI needs to be doubted. Again, it's better to wait for the official announcement.
IIMB Executive course schedule is out. check iimb website. 18.75 lacs + other expensive for first batch (most expensive of all IIMA/C/ISB)..is it not expensive?
18.75 for singles and 19.7 lacs for family acco. Considering that it is going to be the first batch, it looks really very expensive. And 1 lac rupees for food for 10~11 months(5 weeks being internship) looks way to expensive. Not sure what they are planning to feed :-)
I really doubt about their preparedness for this program. Not too long ago, when they first posted the news in their website, they mentioned the min exp required as 5 years and avg age as 26~28. In few weeks they revised the info to specify min exp as 7 yrs and avg age to 29~30.
cached page of the old info posted at IIMB website can still be accessed from here
They may or may not require SOP/Reco although they had initially mentioned in the above link about the same.
I think it is purely money making tactics from the word GO. Not even waiting to see the outcome of the program for a year or so.
Given that IIMA & C, running the program for a couple of years, they already know the nitty-gritties. So makes sense for them to revise the price, course etc., etc.,
Is there clarity on if it is compulsory residential course? The older info clearly mentioned, it is not. However, now nothing is explicitly stated but there are indications of it being a compulsory residential course.
IIMA charging 20L for PGPX maybe worth it as they have a better brand name, faculty, alumni and they have been running PGPX from 4 years now. IIMB just seems to be capitalizing on the market created by IIMA PGPX. They know they'll get the students even if they charge equal to ISB/IIMA even if it is their first batch. I am wondering if it is worth applying to IIMB this year or wait another year for IIMA 2010 batch (I could not apply for 2009 batch).
IIMB still keeps on updating the info in their website. This means the whole thing is not driven by sound planning. Modalities are still being worked out. Few days back they had mentioned that accommodation is optional and can be arranged based on the need in the nearby areas.
Now they have updated their website to mention that acco will be arranged for everyone in nearby areas. for single acco it is 120K and for family acco, another 98K to be added i.e., 218K. You will get a good 3BR flat in the vicinity of IIMB in Banerghatta Rd for way less than the fee that IIMB is demanding.
Secondly, 100K for food per person per year (remember that it'll be only 10~11 months since people will go out for internship and breaks etc.,). That means 200K for food for family is way too high.
Considering that it's going to be the first batch, no one knows what will be its outcome. The global economic condition may play spoilsport too. The only edge IIMB has over its peers such as IIMC is the location. Especially for people looking for opportunities in technology sector. But the fact that IIMC charges 5~6 Lac less than IIMB does, even if people spend the money on flight shuttling between CAL & BLR for exploring career opportunities they would still be good opting for IIMC.
IIM also has a brochure now in their website. does the general opinion about this course still remain the same?
I stongly believe that its worths it do. Please go throgh the IIM website that for enquiring the incoming salary ( at the time of joining and outgoing ( after one year MBA) salary.
deveshomprakash SaysI stongly believe that its worths it do. Please go throgh the IIM website that for enquiring the incoming salary ( at the time of joining and outgoing ( after one year MBA) salary.
Please refer to http://www.pagalguy.com/discussions/epgp-aspirants-class-of-2010-2011-25040993 for EPGP related discussion.