The first process of my PGDM course was to write a Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by IIMs on a rotational basis, mostly in the last week of November. The eligibility criteria for the course is as follows:
The cutoffs for the CAT exam ranges between 80-85 percentile, and for the GMAT exams, the score ranges between 650-700.
After getting shortlisted, the candidates have to appear for the GD-PI-WAT round. The management will have the final selection based on the overall process.
The institute boasts of being completely student driven where the Student Body-Management Grid- heads all major events. Numerous clubs that are academic as well as non-academic also function at the institute. The annual Management & Cultural fest "TATVA" is held in the first quarter of each year and will be blessed by the gracious presence of well known personalities. The activities of the clubs will continue throughout the year giving a much needed escape from the hectic schedule of MBA life.
The institute provides hostel facilities with up to 4 hostels spread across Sector 7 & Sector 8, Dwarka, Delhi. The hostel fee is to be paid in two annual installments that costs a total of ₹4 lakhs to ₹5 lakhs for the two years. The fee includes food, water and transport costs. Monthly energy charges are to be paid by the occupants of each room. Decent quality food is served at the hostel while a separate cafeteria facility is also available at the institute. Classrooms, Labs, Libraries and other facilitites are maintained at the highest standards. Fast Wi-Fi facilities are also made available for the students.
Typical class hours range from 6 to 8 hours in the first year and 8 to 10 hours in the second year. Internal assessment consists of 60 marks that includes a 20 marks Mid-Term Exam (which is from 2019 onwards conducted in Online format) as well as Assignments & Projects, Class Participation & Attendance. 75% attendance is mandatory in each subject to be eligible to appear for the said subjects' End Term Exam.
Rs.13lakhs is the course fee at Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, [LBSIM] New Delhi including all the transactions such as Hostel fee, Management Grid fee, Alumni fee etc.
Numerous companies are offering Summer Internships for the students ranging from big MNCs as well as fast growing startups. Stipends typically fall in the range of ₹10000 to ₹50000 while the highest offering was around ₹70000.
The candidate should hold a Bachelor's Degree with minimum 50% marks (or equivalent CGPA). A valid CAT or GMAT score is required with the cutoff being about 80 percentile. There are no sectional cutoffs (as in a minimum percentile required for each section namely Verbal, Quantitave Aptitude etc.)
LBSIM is a student driven institute and everything from admissions to social media and media presence to placements is controlled by students. There are 16 academic and non-academic clubs in the institute.
The cultural life is quite rich in the institute as all festivites are fully celebrated. We have Samrthya week, where events are organized by the various clubs throughout the period. Our annual fest, TATVA is celebrated with zest and we also have Sports fest and tech fest organized at our institute
Dignitaries and speakers are invited throughout the year to encourage the students and make them aware of what's going on in the industry.
College life is full of fun and learning.
The institute provides hostel facilities for both boys and girls. These are air-conditioned hostels situated about 3-4 kms from the institute. Free bus facilities are provided throughout the day to travel to and from hostel to institute. Mess charges are included in the hostel fees which are taken at the beginning of the year for the whole year.
The institute provides free wifi to all the students. The institute has a state of the art library and Bloomberg lab, as well as computer labs. The labs and classrooms are fully air-conditioned equipped with projectors and speakers for audio and visual aid in teaching.
PGDM is a rigorous course, classes start at about 9:45 in the morning and continue until 5:30 in the evening. LBSIM focuses on experience based learning so plethora of assignments and class projects are given. The faculty is very experienced and it's dedicated to clarifying each and everyone's doubts.
Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, [LBSIM] New Delhi Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 10 Lakh. Almost all banks provide loan facilities to the students seeking to get admission in the institute.
I got an internship through the institute itself and everyone gets their internship through the institute. Big Companies like Deloitte, EY, Asian Paints, Infosys etc as well as startups visit the campus for offering internships as well as placements to the students. Average salary has been around 9-10 lpa, and highest was around 27 lpa. 100% of the batch got campus placement unless they opted out of the placement procedure.
I got into the Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management through CAT. After I got a call for admissions, we had a WAT and PI which is conducted in all major cities. The cutoff for CAT usually hovers around 80%.
You have to give ECET entrance examination and you have to get the good score.
very good experience and the LBSIM college very good college.....