Great Lakes Gurgaon Holds Seventh Annual Convocation
Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon held its Seventh Annual Convocation for the Class of 2018 on July 17, 2018. The ceremony was graced by the presence of Chief Guest, Captain Abhimanyu Singh, Cabinet Minister, Haryana and Guest of Honor, Mr Sumant Sinha, Founder, Chairman & CEO, ReNew Power at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi.
Delivering the convocation address, Captain Abhimanyu Singh, lauded the Institute for staying true to its motto of “Global Mindset, Indian Roots” and encouraged it to focus on experiential learning for management professionals. He also commended the institute for creating a niche for itself in the field of the management education among the top Indian institutes in a very short span of time. He also shared his views and vision for further development of Haryana state.
The ceremony also witnessed the commencement of PGDM Class of 2018-20. Delivering the commencement address, Mr Sumant Sinha shared lessons from growth story of ReNew Power. He elaborated on how ReNew Power has grown to become India’s largest independent renewable energy company in seven years. He also shared the values of establishing both a clean energy business and a clean business.
In his address, Padmashri Dr. Bala V Balachandran, Founder, Dean & Chairman, Great Lakes Institute of Management, said, “To be a successful business manager, you all should understand that learning is a continuous process. We are witnessing the fourth industrial revolution, and you all should learn about artificial intelligence, machine learning, analytics, block chain, 3D printing, augmented reality and so on to stay ahead in your career. Today, you have the option of online learning and you all must make the best of it,” he added.
Congratulating the students, Mr. Mohan Lakhamraju, Vice-Chairman & CEO, Great Lakes Institute of Management, said, “Persistence and hard work will contribute to your success much more than anything else as there are umpteen numbers of examples in history showcasing that these two virtues are more valuable than luck, talent, background or aptitude.”
As a part of the convocation ceremony, a number of academic honors were handed to the meritorious students. Additionally, the graduating classes of 2018 witnessed the best ever placement season for Great Lakes, Gurgaon, and now, join a global alumni pool of nearly 8,000 spread across 30 countries.
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How is Great Lakes institute of management Gurgaon for PGDM in terms of placements?
Great Lakes institute of management Gurgaon offers a decent return on investment that is it has offers decent placement opportunities to its students who are passing out from their PGDM programs, be it in terms of Summer placement/internships or final placements. The highest offer stand at 14.55 Lakhs per annum with the average ranging from 6-7 lakhs per annum.
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what will be the cut off for great lakes gurgaon CMAT??
Great Lakes PGPM Admission: Difference between Cycle-1 & Cycle-2 Application
The Cycle-1 and Cycle-2 of application process is distinguished based on the scores with which you are applying. If a candidate has last year exam score, for example for admission 2020, if you have scores of CAT 2018, XAT 2019, CMAT 2019 and GMAT (taken after 1st Jan 2017), you must apply in cycle-1.
But, if you have appeared in CAT 2019, XAT 2020 and GMAT (taken after 1st Dec. 2019), you need to apply in Cycle 2.
While in terms of the selection process, there is no preference given to applicants in any cycle and there is similar probability of getting selected, the applicants submitting application in Cycle 1 get some extra time to plan their finances, personal commitments and exit from companies better as they get an admission offer by end of December.
|Entrance Exam||1 Year PGPM Expected cut off||2 Years PGDM Expected Cut off|
|GMAT **(Taken after Jan 2017 for PGPM and after Jan 2018 for PGDM)||600||600|
|CMAT 2019 for PGPM and CMAT 2019/2020 for PGDM||85||85|
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What is cut off of great lakes Gurgaon for general ??
Candidates are evaluated based on GMAT/CAT/XAT/CMAT scores, past academic performance, essays, work experience (if any) and performance in the personal interview. The selection process builds in a criterion that facilitates evaluating each applicant on Academic Abilities, Standardized Test Scores, Rank Holders, Integrity & Ethical Values and Diversity of Background. At Great Lakes, we do not have fixed cut-offs, we try to evaluate candidates in a holistic manner. We consider the complete profile, so while the test scores are important, we emphasize more on selecting well-rounded candidates with a strong overall track record.
Which one should I choose: Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon or Welingkar, Mumbai?
- PGDM in Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon has lower fees
- But Welingkar has 14 rank while rank of great lakes is unknown
- Welingkar has 180 seats while gurgaon has only 60 seats.
You can see more comparison between the two colleges in the link given below:
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Which is a better option- IMT Nagpur PGDM or GLIM Gurgaon PGPM?
BOth college are new and backed by two well known brand i.e. IMT & GLIM.You should choose on factors such as placements,faculty,fee,batch size, alumni network and recognization.
GLIM :(It is a 1 year program and requires 2 yrs experience)
Fee : 14,84,000 lac(including hostel,mess and etc)
Placement: Avg 11.14 lac ctc Highest !8 lac ctc
Batch size : 60 seats
IMT Nagpur : (2 years course freshers can also apply)
Fee : 12,10,000 (Including hostel mess and etc)
Placements : Avg 7.5 lac Highest 12.5 lac
Batch Size : 250 to 300 seats
As we consider above statistics I will suggest you to take GLIM Gurgoan PGPM as batch size is small,Return on investment is high.If batch size is too big then it become difficult to place all students on zer placement day.So choose wisely considering above facts.
Hope I cleared your doubt.All the best for future endeavor