TEN (10) REASONS TO RECRUIT FROM NMIMS - BANGALORE

    1. Unique program architecture designed with a solid foundation termed as “Building Blocks of Management” on which the structure of ‘Managerial functions and Tools for Decision-Making’, ‘Business Landscape and Organisational Dynamics’ and the superstructure of electives for specialization are built in successive trimesters.
    2. Range of specialization offered to students in the 2nd year including Finance, Marketing, Operations, HR, Analytics and General Management  – the only B-School in India to have ‘Analytics’ as an area of specialization.
    3. Design of every course is based on ‘Learning Outcomes approach’ which is acknowledged as the fulcrum for curriculum design by all accreditation agencies.
    4. Accreditation by AMBA – UK.  NMIMS, Bangalore is in an exclusive group of around 210 global institutions and 10 B-Schools in India to have received this prestigious accreditation.
    5. A board array of courses like Six-Sigma, SAS, Equity Research and Corporate Valuation, PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) based Project Management and Indian Values in Management offered to students to make them ‘industry ready’.
    1. 800 Students selected across NMIMS campuses from over 60000 applicants giving a quality filter ratio of 1:75 which is indicative of the competition in the talent selection process.
    2. Students drawn from Pan-India,add to the cultural diversity of the class.
    3. One of the healthiest gender ratio amongst Indian B-Schools – 40:60 female-male ratio.
    4. Down-to-earth students who mellow during the 2-year stint through ‘Soft Skills’ and ‘Value Education’imparted by Faculty and the Placement team.
    1. Excellent faculty with extensive industry exposure, PhD qualifications and research credentials. Over 90% of full time faculty are PhDs.
    2. Faculty have intimate knowledge of the pedagogy of Harvard Business School (HBS), through participation in the Global Participant Centred Colloquium (GLOCOLL) as well as the extensive usage of Harvard cases.