LBSIM holds National Conference on Digital Interventions for Economic Growth
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Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM), Delhi conducted a two-day long National Conference on ‘Digital Interventions for Economic Growth’ on March 22 and 23, 2018. The conference, which took place at the Dwarka campus of LBSIM was divided into five sessions spread across two days. Domain experts, speakers, management thinkers and professors participated at the gathering.

The inaugural address was delivered by Shri Shekhar Dutt, Former Governor, Chhattisgarhas the chief guest on the occasion. In his address, he highlighted how digitization will make activities in all the sectors cheaper and efficient. He also stressed on the importance of implementing standard operating and training practices.

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Anil Bhardwaj, Advisor, TRAI acted as the key note speaker of the conference. Dr. D.K. Shrivastava, Director, LBSIM; Dr. G.L. Sharma, Advisor, Corporate Interface, LBSIM; Prof. Alok Pandey, Conference Convener, LBSIM and Saurabh Maloo, President, Management Grid 2018-19, LBSIM participated in the lamp lighting ceremony.

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Post the addresses by the professors and speakers followed by a short tea break, Technical session one began with the introduction of the theme- ‘Digital Entrepreneurs: Leading Transformation in Rural India’. Various entrepreneurs from Village Level presented their life cases and narrated their journey of being successful entrepreneurs in rural India.

Session two witnessed five research papers on ‘Digital Interventions for Governance & Society’ being presented by various authors and co-authors. A concurrent Technical session Three was themed on ‘Digital Intervention for Financial Intervention’.

Day Two of the National Conference started off with Technical session Four, which was themed at ‘Digital Interventions, Stakeholder Awareness and Capital Markets’. Prof. Amitava Chatterjee, Formal Principal, Presidency College, Kolkata introduced the audience with the presenters of four research papers who talked about their research work regarding Mobile Wallets, IT organisations, Search Engine Marketing and Portfolio Diversification Strategies.

The Valedictory Session of the National Conference commenced with welcoming the dignitaries, Dr. Dinesh Tyagi, CEO & Whole time Director, CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd. and Mr. Saurabh Jain, Head Paytm-Build for India. In his speech, Dr. Anuj Verma, Jt. Convener of the Conference, talked about how digitization has helped achieve this economic growth and also highlighted certain safety issues which are to be taken care of. The topic for this farewell session was "Digital Interventions for Economic Growth: Way Forward”, which was addressed by the chief guests and speakers of the session.

‘Nivesh Marg’, a magazine by the Mutual-fund Investment Society of LBSIM was also launched. Post that, the awards for best research papers were distributed to the research scholars who were invited for paper presentations for the conference. The research paper that bagged the first prize was presented by Dr. Isha Rawal and Dr. Renu Vashisth on "Portfolio Diversification Strategies with Special Reference to Financial Crises in a Digitally Globalized World." The second prize was given to the paper by Prof. Harsh Purohit and Ravisha Chutani.

The session was concluded by memento presentation to the dignitaries and a vote of thanks by Dr. Alok Pandey, Convener of the Conference.

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XAT 68 percentile, CAT 57 percentile, what are the chances to get a call from lal bahadur shastri institute of management, Delhi?

Sampriti Student Expert 23rd Jan, 2020
With your CAT and XAT percentile you may not get a call from LBSIM Delhi as they require a minimum of 80 percentile in both the exams. But you can still get some decent colleges like
  • NDIM New Delhi
  • JIMS Rohini
  • BML Munjal University
  • ITM Navi Mumbai
  • Universal Business School Mumbai
  • PSG Institute of Management Coimbatore
  • IMI Kolkata
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These are few good colleges offering an average compensation package of 5-6 lakhs and having good ROI. These colleges accept percentiles in the range 50 to 60 in CAT.

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Which college is better for pgdm marketing LBSIM(DELHI), BIMTECH(NOIDA) Or FORE(DELHI)? Please tell and do rank

Sampriti Student Expert 16th Jan, 2020
FORE School of Management is the best college among the colleges you've mentioned. It requires a minimum of 90 percentile in CAT. After that LBSIM Delhi which requires a minimum of 80 percentile and then BIMTECH Noida which requires 70 percentile in CAT. If you get a call from FORE School of Management then you must go for it. It is one of the finest B schools in India.

I got offer letter for pgdm in research and business analytics. Shall I go for it?

dharmesh sharma Student Expert 11th Apr, 2019

Hi Saurabh!

Both are well reputed college and you may choose any. But Lal bahadur Shastri Institute of Management(LBSIM) seems a better choice, as it has a better ROI and better equipped facilities like Bloomberg lab. There are a lot of companies which come in for placements and offers better average salary package to students in LBSIM, Delhi.

I hope it helps. All the best!



Ruchika Chauhan Expert 27th Sep, 2018

According to the placement records of 2018 for BIM,
Average CTC  was 10LPA
Median CTC –8.50 LPA
Maximum CTC –15.00 LPA
Minimum CTC –6.50 LPA

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BIMTECH (placement record of the batch 2015-17)
Highest Indian Salary offered–INR 14.00 LPA (INR 12.00 LPA), Average Salary offered–INR 7.50 LPA(INR 7.35LPA) and Minimum Salary offered–INR 5.00 LPA (INR 5.00 LPA). Highest Foreign Salary offered was INR–15.00 LPA(INR 26.00 LPA).

NITIE- Average salary offered was 18.45 -

FORE School of Management-
As per the placement records of 2018, highest CTC offered was 21 LPA and average CTC in lakhs per anum is 10.4

Lal bahadur Shastri Institute of Management-
As per the Placement record for the batch 2016-18, the average annual package was Rs. 8.60 lakh.

Placement records of Goa Institute of management-
Highest CTC in Lakhs-22
Average salary of top 20 in lakhs- 17.32

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I am sc candidate and my graduation percentage was 47.85. Can i apply here?

Ruchika Chauhan Expert 20th Sep, 2018

Admission procedure of Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management for post Graduate Diploma in Management (General,Finance, Research & Business Analytics and Logistics & Supply Chain Managment) is Candidate should hold a Bachelor's degree with 50% marks. And, Candidates are selected on the basis of CAT/GMAT scores.
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