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02 Nov 2009, 22:14
sriharimurthy wrote:
Hi,

Can someone shed some light on the 2 year post graduate diploma in management that the IM's offer. I believe that also accepts students (though only nri's and foreign nationals) with a valid GMAT score as opposed to a CAT score.

How does that rate compared to the one year program as well also other programs in other schools?

Any information would be appreciated!

Cheers!

Here is the link to IIM-A site with the details to admission procedure for NRIs.

Regarding comparison, I would say it would be wrong if we compare 2yr and 1yr programs. Both the programs are targeted for different set of applicants. Most of the 1yr program offered by IIMs and XLRI are targeted for Managers, who already have work exp of around 6-7 yrs. Whereas the 2yr programs offered in Indian Institutes are designed for fresh graduates. Check out the below discussion:
isb-vs-iim-a-vs-iim-c-41917.html
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12 Nov 2009, 03:55
Hi,

I have heard that S.P Jain Global MBA(Dubai - Singapore ) is also a very good option.

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13 Nov 2009, 12:58
Thanks a ton bigoyal.

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Hi,

I have heard that S.P Jain Global MBA(Dubai - Singapore ) is also a very good option.

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22 Nov 2009, 06:30
Hi,
Can anyone pls reply if SPJain 2yr PGDM, SPJain Dubai/Sing programs and XLRI 1 yr GMP programs have essay+reco requirements(when applying with GMAT)..? If not, do they have GD+PI or only PI..?

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15 Mar 2010, 02:10
Great post bigoyal....as usual

Can you please tell me good colleges which accepts Indian nationals with exp of 2-3 years....

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15 Mar 2010, 02:48
neha04 wrote:
Great post bigoyal....as usual

Can you please tell me good colleges which accepts Indian nationals with exp of 2-3 years....

For 2-3 yrs exp, through GMAT, I guess its only ISB. Though isb has an avg class exp of 5 yrs. I've heard they usually prefer a person with 4-5 yrs or higher exp. If you have 2-3 yrs of exp you'll have to justify yourself with a good answer to "why mba now?"

Otherwise you can prepare for CAT and apply in IIMs, XLRI etc. All these 2 yrs MBA programs are targeted towards freshers. A good exp of 2-3 yrs will give you an edge over other candidates during admission process.
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15 Mar 2010, 03:10
OK.....
bt i wanna go fr GMAT only....dn wanna give CAT or smthng else.....

can you please suggest me hw cn i make my application stronger fr ISB

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15 Mar 2010, 06:33
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OK.....
can you please suggest me hw cn i make my application stronger fr ISB

Had I knew this, I would have implemented it first on myself
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Great Lakes Institute of Management (GLIM) , Chennai is a good option as well. I think you should this to the main list, as this is a very good option for 1year MBAs. Its not known much, as it doesnt come in the rankings as yet. Nevertheless, its only a matter of time before it starts appearing in rankings. From what I know, placements have been good and they have a huge new campus in the outskirts of Chennai.

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23 Mar 2010, 00:04
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Great Lakes Institute of Management (GLIM) , Chennai is a good option as well. I think you should this to the main list, as this is a very good option for 1year MBAs. Its not known much, as it doesnt come in the rankings as yet. Nevertheless, its only a matter of time before it starts appearing in rankings. From what I know, placements have been good and they have a huge new campus in the outskirts of Chennai.

Thanks a lot rajivn. I have added the details for Great Lakes.
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21 Apr 2010, 19:46
It would be great if you could include the GMAT test code for the respective schools in this list.
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26 Apr 2010, 02:54
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It would be great if you could include the GMAT test code for the respective schools in this list.

Before my GMAT test I had noted down the GMAT Test Codes to whom I wanted to send my scores, but at the exam center I discovered that one cannot take the codes with himself. One can easily select the program name during the exams rather then relying on the codes.
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07 May 2010, 15:05
Hi Bigoyal

I have few queries if you can help please.
I have 5.5 years of exp in IT and for last 3.5 years i am working onsite, good career progression. I am targetting ISB, IIM and SP jain for executive full time programms .
Going to give my GMAT in June end 2010.

1. Does international experience of 3.5 years with good career progression and awards for good work will add any edge to my application ?
2. Will it be too late for me to apply for these colleges as i am giving exam in June considering i want to apply for 201-2011 batch.

Thanks,

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08 May 2010, 10:11
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Hi Bigoyal

I have few queries if you can help please.
I have 5.5 years of exp in IT and for last 3.5 years i am working onsite, good career progression. I am targetting ISB, IIM and SP jain for executive full time programms .
Going to give my GMAT in June end 2010.

1. Does international experience of 3.5 years with good career progression and awards for good work will add any edge to my application ?
2. Will it be too late for me to apply for these colleges as i am giving exam in June considering i want to apply for 201-2011 batch.

Thanks,

Hi chauhan,
1. International exp does add weightage to your application, provided you highlight it correctly, I mean you highlight your learnings and the unique value you can add to the class. Awards are always good.
2. You'll need around 1 month for completing your application. I think june should be fine.

I may not be the right person to answer these questions, you may like to seek feedback from an expert. I'm also an aspirant like you

All the best.
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02 Aug 2010, 15:49
Does anyone knows how much was average CTC for Great Lakes last year...

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Does anyone knows how much was average CTC for Great Lakes last year...

The Average CTC for the last 3 years has been hovering between 8-10L. Excluding the superstar domestic and overseas placements here and just talking about averages. 2006 was much lower, though.

But don't use this data to blindly extrapolate it for your profile. A lot of what you can get after graduation will depend on what you've been doing earlier and the skills you bring to the table (this applies for career changers as well).

See how much of your capabilities are transferrable. Recruiters would judge your potential based on this and a whole lot of other parameters.
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23 Oct 2010, 13:04
I found this link for all admission queries related to Great lakes Institute of Management.

http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/internati ... class.html

The Highest CTC is 24 Lacks and average is 9 something.

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23 Oct 2010, 13:10
'Learn or Perish' is the mantra by which Indian B schools can survive the threat from the entry of foreign B schools. Today many Indian B schools are focusing their attention on beautiful campuses, tie ups with reputed foreign universities, International placements, World Class Faculties and by taking in experienced bunch of students.

MBA education is not only about learning from books and gargantuan salary packages but it's also about understanding the ground realities and coming up with workable solutions for everyday problems at a small cost. Sadly very few schools around the world are focusing on this aspect and instead every one is busy building their animate strengths like building campuses rather than inanimate strengths like intellectual know hows on the troubles our country is facing.

For e.g MBA students from Harvard are working in small villages in India to understand the problem the people in lower strata of society are facing and many of them have in fact started companies that have introduced innovative products in the market at a low price.

On the other hand in India 'Yes Bank' recently conducted a competition for B school students where they had to come up with a solution for a case study that focussed on financial inclusion for the weaker sections of the society. The prizes too were attractive, 50K and a Pre Placement Interview offer with an excellent salary package at stake.

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