[Official] Kohinoor Management School (KMS) Admissions 2024-26 : Fees, Placements, Courses, Cut-Off & More

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Why Choose KMS?

  • Ranked 1st - Top Emerging Institute in Mumbai by Times B School 2023
  • Industry 4.0 oriented PGDM
  • State-of-the-art Smart Classrooms
  • Strong Industry Academic Interface
  • Industry Immersion Project
  • Strong Network of Alumni
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Admissions in Kohinoor Management School are now open for PGDM 2024-26 batch.

For any queries, kindly visit our Website www.kms.ac.in or Contact us on 7506785266.

Admissions in Kohinoor Management School are now open for PGDM 2024-26 batch.

For any queries, kindly visit our Website www.kms.ac.in or Contact us on 7506785266.

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Tips for Selection in KMS PGDM program

Candidates are admitted on the basis of their performance in Entrance tests, Past Academic records, Extra-Curricular activities and the Interview process during the admission.

Candidates are analyzed on the basis of their performance and accordingly percentage-wise weightage are given to each of the applicants.

During the Selection process, Kohinoor Management School gives weightage according to the below mentioned criteria:

35% - Common Admission Test
25% - Past Academic Records

  • 10th Score - 5%
  • 12th score - 5%
  • Graduation (if scored 0 grade) - 15%

30% - Group Discussion & Personal Interview
10% - Extra-Curricular activities

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On 31st of January, 2024 a Pre-Budget Session was conducted at Kohinoor Management School by the students to analysis the budget expectations for different industries. Presentations were prepared by the KMS students before the panelists & various questions were raised to inculcate a holistic view in the minds of the students in order to look at the Live Budget of 2024 on 1st of February, 2024.
The Industries discussed on the initial basis were
• Agriculture Industry
• Defense Sector
• Pharmaceutical Sector &
• Energy Sector.

Few takeaways from this Budget Expectation Analysis are:

  1. For Agriculture,
    how Credit card implementation were for the use of post harvesting purposes, points were presented on E-NAM portal of Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare & how awareness is needed with respect to AI, IoT and devices to enhance the agriculture.
  2. For Defense,
    as India being the 2nd largest in defense for military forces, in the year 2022-23 its Indian exports have reached across Rs. 16000cr. Points were raised on rise in foreign investments with requirements for R&D funding.
  3. For Pharma,
    Increase & allocation is expected for R&D investments and announcement for 157 nursing medical colleges. Challenges were mentioned with regards to supply chain due to climate fluctuations, Increase in rates for Generic Medicines by 2030.
  4. For Energy,
    Words were mentioned for Tax imposition on Carbon Emission along with investments in Green Hydrogen. Need was put forwards for more cross country collaborations, implementation of Power Grids.
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Everyone’s aware that our Budget has been announced, But ever thought of working on an Analysis of the Previous Budget to make the current Budget clear for interpretations. Having that idea in our mind, Kohinoor Management School organized a Pre and Post Budget Analysis discussion with Industrial Experts. The Experts who led the discussion were Prof. Rahul Ingle Sir and Prof. Viraj Davare Sir.
This Pre - Budget Analysis discussion is organized by the Institute since 2010 to understand the Expectations of the various Industries from the upcoming Budgets and to provide an experience about the diverse sectors of the nation.
Interesting discussions took place on different sectors like: Agricultural Sector, wherein the key aspects like the sector’s contribution, the usage of technologies like AI and IoT in agriculture, etc. were discussed.
Next was the Defence Industry emphasizing on how it can be connected to healthcare and so on…
Further, the Pharmaceutical Industry conversed about the Total Pharma volume that comes from India. Alongside, the Medicine distribution through the Jan Aushadhi Kendra had been spoken on.
The final discussion was done by the Energy Industry group which spoke on how Carbon Emission could be imposed, the Power Grid implementations and furthermore aspects were talked.

The next day, on 1st February 2024, the Interim Budget was announced and the following are inferences drawn:

[ ] The country striding towards Atmanirbhar Bharat.
[ ] Empowering the poor and giving freedom from multidimensional poverty.
[ ] The need to focus on the ‘4 Castes’ (the Women, the Youth, the Poor and the Farmers.
[ ] Skill India Mission to support and benefit 1.4 Crore Youth.
[ ] Expansion of Tourist centres.
[ ] Lower borrowings to avail larger availability of credit for private individuals.
[ ] Allocating finance of Rs.30 Crore through PM Mudra Yojana, to promote Female Entrepreneurs.

Moreover, the Finance Bill was examined to conduct a well structured understanding and to reach out to more inferences. Students studied the varied sectors of the same for the fiscal year to get a know how of how the Budget would affect each of them.
They got extensive learnings and also, this activity definitely helped them in reforming their competencies. The experience was truly incredible. It gave a holistic approach and an intrinsic manner to think.

Many Thanks to Prof. Rahul Ingle Sir and Prof. Viraj Davare Sir for spending their valuable time and efforts. Also, I would like to Thank Prof. Venkatti Muttappa Sir for guiding us throughout the presentation, Sincere Thanks to Kohinoor Management School, Director Dr. Sandeep Sawant Sir for organizing such an extraordinary session for all. We look forward to have more similar sessions in the coming time.

Wide Look through Presumption & Reality.

At Kohinoor Management School, the students are given a wide exposure towards the Industrial Pedagogy through Alumni Interactions. The Institute embraces a culture of learning via comprehensive development of students and also to focus on key aspects of the corporate environment.
The students recently conversed with Mr. Deven Jadhav regarding Power BI. The entire conversation revolved around Data, the Tools for Power BI, etc. The insights drawn out of it were incredible. Learnings of such kind become a real help for students in shaping their goal and eventually, their career. As we progress and evolve, we indulge into a world of technology, systems, and what not. It’s true that we belong to the ‘GenZ’ class and thus we find ourselves great in handling technology too. However, we may still lack the some awareness about it and thus, our data can be at stake.
Another discussion was about ChatGPT which is one of the most used technology driven tools. Mr. Nilesh Shingote, who is keen to understand the new age technologies conversed with the students. The discussion focused on how promptly can the input be used to generate the exact output and hence can produce data and information which would be needed for decision making. Further discussions took place on how data can be managed, the input and so on…
Mr. Rishab Sharma is one of the alumni who guided the students about the Industrial expectations from them and how can they set standards and achieve greater highs. Moreover, some tips were shared on improvising the LinkedIn Profiles of them. Additionally, guided the students about how their profiles can help in creating an impression in the Business Community. He addressed upon the core skills that a Management Student should pursue while they conduct themselves between people.
Ms. Aliza Nathani, a KMS Alumni emphasized upon the various aspects in Marketing. Further, she talked about how Marketing and Sales is done in real time basis and supported the students in bridging the gap between what we(students), think is expected and what is actually supposed to be done. These discussions made the students aware about the real facts of the field. Aliza embraced upon the skillset needs in the domains and how crucial can they be when it to showing your efficiency.
Mr. Chirag Gambhir has driven the students through the varied facets of Finance. Not only this, but additionally, he shared his experiences from his work culture which turned the blurish thought of the job life into a clearer picture of the corporate. These aspects made the students to become more passionate towards their career and work prospects.
We are so grateful towards Kohinoor Management School for conducting such commendable sessions. These discussions not only motivate the students but also help them in understanding the importance of the aspects of their own selves as individuals which would help them not only in the professional space but also in their personal spaces. We feel so very grateful towards all the alumni and we eagerly look forward for more similar things to come.

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As a part of our Academic Collaboration, 10-member faculty and student delegation from KET’s Schools of Management (KBS-KMS) visited North-West University, Johannesburg, South Africa, on a study mission.
The collaboration aligns with our mission ‘To develop socially sensitive leaders with a global perspective’. The visit includes various components such as student exchange programs, collaborative research, and collaborative teaching.
During the visit, the students engaged in sessions covering topics related to AI, Data Analytics, South African financial system and framework. They also had a brainstorming and deliberation session with the Vice Chancellors, Deans and Directors of NWU. It was a 8 power packed days of fruitful experience.

The students from KET’s Schools of Management (KBS-KMS) visited Daffodil International University (DIU) as part of an International Study Mission focused on ‘Social Entrepreneurship Exposure Program’ (SEEP). This initiative is part of an Academic Collaboration between KET’s Schools of Management and DIU
The collaboration aligns with our mission ‘To develop socially sensitive leaders with a global perspective’. The visit includes various components such as student exchange programs, collaborative research, and collaborative teaching.
During the visit, the students from KBS-KMS had the opportunity to interact with members of various departments at DIU, particularly those associated with the International Affairs Department. This interaction likely provided the students with insights into social entrepreneurship and a broader understanding of global perspectives. The overall experience was beneficial and enriching for the participating students.