Expert Analysis on Best Business Schools in Delhi
Students get thousands of calls from different consultants and Business Schools about MBA / PGDM admissions, which only leads to total chaos and confusion in a students mind. Prof Arun, claims to have conducted research with various HR Professionals in Delhi / NCR region, from Leading Organisations, Placement Managers, Admissions Experts, and Faculty from Leading B Schools to understand which actually are the Best Business Schools in Delhi / NCR Region. There are various Business Schools in Delhi, which we have placed in four categories
Tier 1 Business Schools in Delhi:
Tier 1 Business School includes leading business schools which primarily includes MDI Gurgaon, IMT Ghaziabad, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, FMS – Delhi University, and IIT-Delhi (Department of Management Studies). The Average Package of these b-schools is around 12–15 Lacs and needs an average CAT score of 95+.
Tier 2 Business Schools in Delhi:
Tier 2 Business Schools in Delhi include LBSIM-Dwarka, BIMTECH – Greater Noida, Fore School of Management, IMI, and Delhi Technological University. These B-schools are very good B-Schools, offering an Average Package of 7–10 Lacs. Usually they accept CAT score, however, colleges like BIMTECH – Greater Noida also accepts MAT scores for certain programs.
Tier 3 Business Schools in Delhi:
Tier 3 Business Schools in Delhi include all other Business Schools especially MAT colleges heavily promoted by counselors and consultants. In most of the cases, you will get free application forms of these colleges, and consultants get heavy incentives for promoting these colleges. Average Package: 3–5 Lacs
IP University Business Schools
The last category of business schools in Delhi are Business Schools under GGSIPU (IP University). The top 2 b schools under GGSIPU are USMS-Dwarka and DIAS (Delhi Institute of Advance Studies). The average package in top 2 Business Schools is quite similar to MAT Colleges i.e 3-5 Lacs, with a substantially low fee. However, the average package of other B-Schools is very low.
This article is shared by Prof. Arun Saxena