IIM Bodh Gaya is being set up under the direction and mentorship of IIM Calcutta. The Institute is situated on the 118 acres of land in Bodh Gaya inside Magadh University campus.
Himachal Pradesh, which in every sense reflects its literal meaning – “In the laps of Himalayas“, is the home for one of the newest Indian Institute of Management – IIM Sirmaur. The temporary campus of IIM Sirmaur will be at Himachal Institute of Technology, Near Dental College, Rampur Gh..
IIM Indore is located at Rau Pithampur Road in Indore.HistoryThe institute was established in 1996. It is the sixth in the prestigious IIM family of management schools.CampusThe major facilities are:Classrooms equipped with electronic media such as multimedia notebooks, LCD & O/H projectors, mot..
The Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) campus is located in 100 acres on Bannerghatta Road, the southern part of Bangalore.HistoryThe institute was established in 1973.CampusThe major facilities are:Library with huge collection of print and e-booksHostel facilities for girls and boysWi..
Indian Institute of Management (IIM) is located at Vastrapur, Ahmedabad. The college is well connected by road, rail and air. The nearest airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport. National Highway No. 8 which connects Delhi and Mumbai passes through Ahmedabad. HistoryThe instit..
The Lok Sabha passed IIM Bill 2017 on July 28, paving way for more autonomy and freedom to India’s premium chain of B-school – Indian Institute of Management (IIM). The bill makes provisions for Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) to grant degrees, and award PhD.
IIM Amritsar Admission Criteria 2017-19: 50 per cent weightage assigned to WAT-PI for final selection
IIM Amritsar has released the admission criteria for 2017-19 batch of the flagship Post Graduate Programme. Mentored by IIM Kozhikode, this is the third batch of the institute. The admission is conducted in two phases.
IIM Visakhapatnam has announced the admission criteria for PGP 2017-19 batch, which will be conducted in three phases. The first phase includes shortlisting candidates based on their CAT percentile.
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bill, 2017, under which the IIMs would be declared as Institutions of National Importance (INIs). The Bill aims to enable IIMs to grant degrees to their students.