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SPJIMR Study Highlights the Impact of Volatile Business Environment on Small and Medium Indian Family Enterprises
January 23, 2023: A study released by Bhavan's SP Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) has found that small and medium family enterprises have less to worry about from the business side. Instead, family issues may prove to be the proverbial Achilles' heel for such businesses. The study, titled "India: State of the Family Business Report", undertaken by SPJIMR's Centre for Family Business & Entrepreneurship (CFBE), involved a survey of 350 family businesses across India over May-October 2022, conducted by Hansa Research. It found that most small and medium family enterprises have reported either stable or increasing trends across various parameters such as sales, market share, profitability, n
SPJIMR Study Highlights the Impact of Volatile Business Environment on Small and Medium Indian Family Enterprises
January 23, 2023: A study released by Bhavan's SP Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) has found that small and medium family enterprises have less to worry about from the business side. Instead, family issues may prove to be the proverbial Achilles' heel for such businesses. The study, titled "India: State of the Family Business Report", undertaken by SPJIMR's Centre for Family Business & Entrepreneurship (CFBE), involved a survey of 350 family businesses across India over May-October 2022, conducted by Hansa Research. It found that most small and medium family enterprises have reported either stable or increasing trends across various parameters such as sales, market share, profitability, number of people employed, and profit margin on sales in FY 2021-22. This would be in line with the provisional estimates released by the National Statistical Office (NSO), which reported that the Indian economy had fully recovered to its pre-pandemic levels of 2019-20, with the real GDP growth rate estimated at 8.7% in 2021-2022.
Microenterprises reported better business performance than other small and medium enterprise peers. Most microenterprises reported stable or increasing sales, market shares, profitability, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, and profit margins compared to medium enterprises. These enterprises also reported employing a greater or the same number of people as before.
The survey, undertaken to study the state of small and medium family enterprises, examined business performance, one-year ahead expectations, state of the family, family business priorities, challenges faced by FBs and succession. The study was conducted from May-October 2022. It involved 350 respondent family enterprises located across 50 Indian cities, from the micro, small and medium enterprises.
SPJIMR Welcomes the 21st Batch of its PGP-DM
November 30, 2022: The 21st batch of the PGPDM at SPJIMR was welcomed on the Mumbai campus. With 30 social sector practitioners from 14 states, it is the second batch of the PGPDM for the 2022 academic year and one of its largest batches to date. The cohort represents an intriguing fusion of various industries, including agriculture, sustainable livelihoods, healthcare, education, and women's empowerment, among others. Participants in the group have a range of work experience from 3 to 31 years.
The PGPDM Programme Chair, Dr Tanojkumar Meshram, praised the participants for choosing to collaborate with SPJIMR, an organisation that firmly believes in socially responsible management education, and praised the batch for the unique variety that it brings to SPJIMR. "I feel that there is a capacity-building crisis in the development sector, and in this context, the decision that you have made to join this course, to spend a substantial amount of your time away from your personal and professional circles is laudable," Dr Meshram said.
Dr. Sanjay Chahande, IAS (Retired), Former Additional Chief Secretary, General Administration Department of the Government of Maharashtra, gave the keynote address to close the event. He praised SPJIMR's efforts in the social sector and stressed the importance of academic institutions in bringing about the desired change in this sector. He also exhorted the attendees to come up with answers to the complex problems caused by the country's pervasive poverty.
Building the capacity of development professionals and aiding them in the creation of a more inclusive and sustainable society is the goal of the PGPDM program, which aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of organisations in the development sector.
SPJIMR Ranks In The Top 50 Globally And 2nd In India In FT Ranking
September 12, 2022: In the Financial Times Masters in Management (MiM) global rankings, the S P Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is placed second in India and among the top 50 business schools worldwide for the third consecutive year. In the rankings issued today, SPJIMR, one of only two Indian institutions to make it to the top 50, is ranked 44th for its flagship two-year full-time Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM).
Additionally, SPJIMR is the best Indian B-school in terms of two additional metrics: Careers Service (10th globally), which evaluates how well the careers service supports student recruitment, and Career Progress, which tracks changes in alumni's seniority and the size of the companies they work for (22nd globally).
Varun Nagaraj, Dean of SPJIMR, expressed his delight at the news, saying: "We are glad that our mission, our method, and our results continue to be acknowledged abroad. It is just another confirmation that SPJIMR is benefiting both society and business.”
IIM Bangalore (31) is the only other Indian business school to be ranked in the top 50 this year. IIM Lucknow (ranking 64), IIM Udaipur (81), IIM Indore (89), as well as recent additions NMIMS, Mumbai (96), and IMI, New Delhi (97), are among the other five Indian B Schools to make the top 100.
MiM programmes are offered by universities with AACSB or EQUIS accreditation and are geared toward students with little to no prior job experience. The following weights are used by the Financial Times to determine its rankings: professional success after programme completion (56%), international experience and research (22%), and school diversity (22%). With an emphasis on the average graduate pay three years after graduation (adjusted by FT for "salary variances within sectors, US dollar PPP equivalent"), the career success category contains eight criteria.
SPJIMR Brings One-Of-Its-Kind Case Study Competition For Working Executives; Apply Before June 25
June 20, 2022: Success Mantra: A Case Study Competition for Executives has been announced by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's SPJIMR (SP Jain Institute of Management & Research), Mumbai, for organisations to display their success tales. The goal of this competition is to highlight a wide range of effective activities.
Executives having at least three years of work experience are eligible to compete in this competition. They must be working in a private or government organisation in India right now. Individuals or teams with a maximum of three members per team can submit entries.
To begin, submit a 1000-word abstract on an important strategic initiative or solution to a business challenge that the company is facing. The project in question should not be older than three years. The final presentations will take given at the SPJIMR Mumbai Delhi Campus. In addition to financial rewards, selected participants will have the opportunity to produce a case study for publication in relevant journals.
Last date to register for this contest is June 25
SPJIMR Launches AICTE-Approved, Weekend Executive Management Programme In Mumbai
March 28, 2022: The S P Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) at Bharartiya Vidya Bhavan, which is consistently ranked as Mumbai's top-ranked management school and one of India's top-ten schools, is launching a Post Graduate Programme in General Management (PGP-GM) for working professionals at its Mumbai campus. This weekend programme, which grants an AICTE-approved Post Graduate Diploma in Management - PGDM (Executive Management Programme) upon completion, is designed for working professionals with over five years of work experience in the greater Mumbai region. This is SPJIMR's first-weekend programme in Mumbai, and it fills a huge quality vacuum in the executive education market.
The PGP-GM programme's goal is to develop flexible professionals with a strong functional foundation and a general management viewpoint. The curriculum and methodology are experiential in character, building on participants' employment experiences and allowing them to make a significant contribution to their organisations, resulting in quick career advancement. Participants may instantly apply classroom learnings to their real circumstances thanks to the alternative weekend framework, which is based on application-centric assignments.
The PGP-GM programme is the most recent addition to SPJIMR's prestigious executive management education portfolio, and it is also available to professionals in the Delhi-NCR region who can attend classes at the SPJIMR Delhi campus. Furthermore, around 3000 sponsored executives from renowned businesses such as L&T, BPCL, Cummins, Shapoorji Pallonji, and Mahindra & Mahindra have successfully completed the modular Post Graduate Executive Management Programme during the last 20 years (PG-EMP). SPJIMR also provides a variety of open Management Development Programmes (MDPs) to professionals and executives seeking shorter-term career-enhancing education, as well as a variety of customised Management Development Programmes (MDPs) to more than 20 reputable firms.
SPJIMR Redesigns Its Post Graduate Programme In Development Management (PGPDM) For A Post COVID World
March 21, 2022: The S P Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has revised its pioneering Post Graduate Programme in Development Management (PGPDM), which began in 2011, and has begun the admissions process for the program's 20th cohort.
The one-of-a-kind 12-month executive management programme intends to develop innovative leaders for the social development sector, which includes NGOs, foundations, corporate social responsibility functions, and social entrepreneurs. Over the course of 11 years and 19 cohorts, the programme has touched 274 organisations in 21 Indian states, with PGPDM alumni functioning as NGOs' founders, leaders, trustees, and directors, as well as social entrepreneurs, CSR managers, programme officers, and social sector consultants.
The programme was launched in 2011 as Indian corporations attempted to accomplish their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goals and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) attempted to increase the effectiveness of their operations in order to successfully acquire significant grants and CSR monies. After 11 years of learning and monitoring COVID's recent impact on society, the curriculum has been revised to provide a greater emphasis on intelligent innovation and change management for long-term growth.
The programme's unique delivery structure combines the efficiency of online learning with the networking and relationship building benefits of in-person interactions. The curriculum is modular, allowing participants to continue working at their current companies. The programme comprises of 30 courses taught over six two-week contact sessions. The first and last contacts are held on the SPJIMR campus in Mumbai, while the remaining four contacts are offered online on weekends and weekday evenings. Participants in the programme become members of SPJIMR's worldwide alumni as well as members of a larger sustainable social innovation network cultivated by SPJIMR's Centre for Innovation in Sustainable Development.
The admissions process for the 20th cohort is currently ongoing, and the deadline for applications is April 10, 2022, with the cohort beginning the programme on May 7, 2022. A bachelor's degree in any area from a recognised university and a minimum of two years of relevant work experience are required for admission to the programme. Fees are Rs. 300,000 for corporate or foreign NGO sponsored candidates and Rs. 150,000 for self-funded or other NGO candidates.
SPJIMR's PGPM Receives Record Placements With Rs 23.6 Lakh Average CTC
March 14, 2022: The S P Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan reported a 20% rise in the average Cost to Company (CTC) for its Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM) Class of 2021 participants over the previous year.
The PGPM is an AICTE-approved one-year full-time executive programme (preceded by three months of online learning) for professionals with five years of work experience and excellent subject competence who want to advance their careers into general management leadership roles.
This year, the average CTC of the top 25 per cent and top 50 per cent of the batch are INR 31L and INR 28.7L, respectively, while the average CTC is 23.6L. On average, the class of 2021 more than doubled their incoming salaries with an average hike of 160 percent.
The placement process involved 75 companies and 130 participants. This season saw active participation across diverse companies, with consulting accounting for 51 percent of the hiring, and technology for 39 percent.
Several new companies joined the process this year, opening up more choices for participants. Graduating PGPM participants secured opportunities with leading organisations including Accenture, Bain, Blue Yonder, Bristlecone, Criticalog, Cognizant, EasyRewardz Software, Enquero, Flipkart, IBM, Incture Technologies, Indegene, Infosys Consulting, KPMG, LTI, O9Solutions, Redington, Robosoft Technologies, Sapient, Stovecraft, Tavisca, TheMathCompany, Thoucentric, Tiger Analytics, Vector Consulting, and Xpressbees amongst others.
SPJIMR Faculty Wins The Case Centre’s Outstanding Case Writer Award
February 28, 2022: Professor Malay Krishna of the S P Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) has been named Outstanding Case Writer in the Case Centre's 32nd Awards and Competitions, which were announced today, for the pandemic-themed case 'Zoom Video Communications: Flash in the Pandemic or Enduring Success?' Prof. Krishna and alumna Gursimran Gambhir wrote the case study, which is available via Ivey Publishing, a renowned provider of case studies to business schools across the world. Their case was recognised in the area of ‘Hot Topic "Responding to Shocks."
INSEAD, IESE Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, London Business School, and Nanyang Business School are among the other winners in this edition. The yearly competition honours case-writing and teaching excellence and impact. The competitions are judged by bespoke panels of international experts, while the prizes are based on anonymized data reflecting the uptake of cases for teaching in schools around the world.
The Case Centre is a non-profit organisation dedicated to spreading the case method around the world by sharing information, insight, and experience in order to inspire and enhance business education. "The 2022 Awards and Competitions highlight individual and school successes through one of the most disrupted times they have ever faced, providing a unique insight into what was being taught to business and management students – often, this year, online or in hybrid classes," says Richard McCracken, Director of The Case Centre. They also represent the writers' emphasis as they faced significant pedagogical hurdles while continuing to do research and education."
SPJIMR's commitment to advancing sensible innovation and influencing practise through captivating case studies has been recognised with this award. Bestsellers on the Harvard Business Publishing Education and Ivey Publishing platforms have lately included cases written by SPJIMR instructors.
SPJIMR Announces New Funding Accelerator Initiative: Vriddhi-To Spur Growth In FMBs
January 11, 2022: The Bhavan's S P Jain Centre for Family Business & Entrepreneurship (CFBE) has announced the launch of a new programme targeted at helping family companies bridge finance gaps and enter a new phase of growth. The new effort, dubbed 'Vriddhi,' is a platform that will connect family companies in need of capital with those who can supply it, and will serve as a fundraising accelerator open only to SPJIMR alumni and CFBE participants.
Vriddhi' is aimed at family businesses that want to expand while also experiencing the revolutionary change that can occur when traditional business leadership and professional management collaborate to innovate, diversify, and/or scale operations quickly. Under the SPJIMR umbrella, it will help route money, provide due diligence, and add a layer of professional knowledge to guide, support, and drive growth.
'Vriddhi' is envisioned as an SPJIMR platform for nurturing family business entrepreneurship projects among the next generation. The purpose is to assist such businesses in expanding and scaling beyond traditional bounds in order to help them become world-class enterprises. Simultaneously, the project would boost the Family Business eco system by generating chances for patient capital and entrepreneurship based on a thorough understanding of Indian market demands and ambitions.
With each proposal, the platform will offer a four-stage process that will last around four months, starting with an application and finishing with a pitch and the connecting of family business investors with enterprises seeking funding. The service will be provided at a low professional cost by SPJIMR.
The minimum ticket size to be sold in order to collect funds has been established at INR 25 lakhs. The Institute will also look into and promote recommendations for higher debt and equity levels.
SPJIMR Hosts Annual Meet 2021 Themed ‘Partnering To Build Sustainable Futures’
December 16, 2021: As the world grapples with global crises such as climate change, pandemics, and systemic inequalities, there is a need to rethink the purpose of business and re-examine the language of effectiveness in order to raise the profile of sustainability in management schools, according to Dr Chandrika Parmar, a faculty member at Bhavan's SPJIMR and the current chair of the PRME India chapter.
PRME, a United Nations programme, is a platform for raising the profile of sustainability in management schools around the world, with the goal of inspiring and championing responsible management education and a sustainability mindset in business schools.
"The language of success has to be the language of cooperation," Mette Morsing, Global Head of UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), remarked during the PRME India chapter's annual meeting recently. She stated that there is a growing push to reconsider the vocabulary of effectiveness, growth, productivity, and efficiency taught in management schools if it results in environmental degradation and inequity.
'Partnering to Build Sustainable Futures' was the topic of this year's annual meeting. There were 267 people in attendance from 67 different institutions, including 31 deans from business schools.
Ajit Parulekar, Director Goa Institute of Management, Madhuveera Raghavan, Director TAPMI, Suresh Ramanathan, Director Great Lakes, Shailendra Singh, Director, IIM Ranchi, and Varun Nagaraj, Dean SPJIMR all agreed that collaboration must be ingrained in our DNA in order to achieve higher, more sustainable goals.
The panel also offered a number of novel initiatives, including an UN-approved sustainability credential programme and a PRME Fest to highlight social enterprises and share best practises.
Panels on Positive Impact Rating and Mapping Sustainable Development Objectives via SDG Dashboard to understand how different schools are interacting with the sustainability goals were also featured in the chapter. Following that, a panel of academics and Deans from management schools discussed how to instil a sustainable mindset in management school attendees. The discussion focused on instilling a sustainability mindset in classrooms by incorporating it into the curriculum, as well as providing a context and appropriate ecosystem in which sustainability becomes more than just a buzzword, but rather a part of a continuum woven into personal and professional life.
The final session featured a student panel from a variety of schools. The speakers discussed their individual institutes' social and sustainable activities. They discussed the activities that have helped them develop their own sensibility about tackling society's ecological and social problems.
2021 FT Ranking Recognises SPJIMR As A Top Global Business School
September 13, 2021: For the second year in a row, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's SPJIMR - S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research is ranked among the top 50 business schools in the Financial Times Masters in Management (MiM) global rankings. MiM programmes that are evaluated for the ranking are given by schools that have received AACSB or EQUIS certification and are designed for people who have little or no job experience.
SPJIMR's flagship two-year full-time Postgraduate Diploma in Management is ranked 39th in the 2021 rankings issued today (Sept. 13)
The Institute is one of just three Indian schools, and the only private Indian business school, to be included in the FT MiM top 50 for 2021.
IIM Ahmedabad, ranked 26, and IIM Bangalore, ranked 47, are the other two Indian schools in the top 50 this year.
The Financial Times based its ranking on 17 factors spread across four areas, with the following weightings: career performance after programme completion (57%), worldwide exposure (25%), gender diversity (12%), and faculty qualification (6%). The average graduate wage three years after graduation (adjusted by FT for "salary variances between sectors, US dollar PPP equivalent.") is the most important criterion in the professional success category.
“We are thrilled to be recognised by FT as one of India's top two business schools,” said SPJIMR Dean Dr. Varun Nagaraj. “SPJIMR's remarkable commitment to student and alumni success, teacher excellence, and diversity is clearly highlighted in the FT rankings.”
Nikkei Inc., a Japanese holding firm, owns the FT group. The Financial Times newspaper, as well as a number of services and collaborative ventures, are part of the company.
SPJIMR Completes Virtual Autumns Internship Process For The PGDM Class Of 2022
August 2, 2021: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s SPJIMR - S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research has successfully closed the autumns placements for the two-year full-time PGDM degree Class of 2022. The placements process, which was fully online, witnessed significant engagement from corporates and a boost in the stipends on offer compared to the prior two years. After a succession of lockdowns, the performance signalled a restoration of demand and an understanding that online hiring and working are here to stay as the new normal.
Over 52 recruiters participated in the SPJIMR autumn internship process, resulting in over 260 offers for 238 participants from the PGDM Class of 2022 spanning industries such as BFSI, e-commerce, FMCGs, pharmaceuticals, and consultancy.
The findings were released at a time when businesses are cautiously resuming normal operations despite fears of a third wave of the Covid-19 outbreak sweeping the country. The hiring showed cautious confidence about the economy's revival as pent-up demand kicks in, igniting a fresh growth cycle following the imposed lockdowns.
The increase in salary offered and the variety of roles was the season's high point. Companies have used innovative methods to assess candidates online, including employing gamified experiences as part of their selection process. Virtually, simulations such as group discussions and interview panels were easily duplicated.
Despite adverse market conditions, the season welcomed 27 new recruiters to the SPJIMR campus, and the average and median stipends increased.
With 33% of the participants employed in this industry, FMCG remained the most prominent sector in terms of hiring.
In 2019, a non-Covid year, the median remuneration for offers with stipends for the two-month internship was Rs 280,000, up 16.67 percent from the previous year. The average stipend surpassed Rs 261,000, representing a roughly 30% increase over 2020 and a 16.07 percent increase over 2019. More than half of the batch received offers of Rs 260,000 or more, and over 95% of the batch received offers of Rs 200,000 or more.
SPJIMR Celebrates First-Ever Virtual Convocation
July 27, 2021: SPJIMR - S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan recently held its first-ever virtual convocation. Over 596 students from five SPJIMR programmes received their diplomas. The event was viewed by the participants, their families, instructors, alumni, and Institute personnel via a custom-built virtual platform.
The chief guest at the event was Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairperson and CEO of Salesforce India. R. Gopalakrishnan, Member of the Governing Council of the SPJIMR, presided over the Convocation. He was filling in for Deepak Parekh, Chairman of the Governing Council of the SPJIMR. Dr. Vasant Sivaraman, Associate Dean - Academics & Full-Time Programmes, also spoke to the students.
The chairs of the two-year PGDM, the 21-month PGEMP, the 15-month PGPM, the 11-month PGMPW (all at the Mumbai campus), and the 24-month alternate weekend PGPGM (at SPJIMR's Delhi campus) read out the names of students and displayed their virtual graduation diplomas. They also revealed the names of those who made the Dean's Merit List and the Gold Medal winners. The graduates were given digital copies of their Post-Graduation certificates and Dean's Merit awards right after the event.
Arundhati Bhattacharya stressed the need of students continuing to learn and developing an entrepreneurial mindset. “Hard work is the only option; you create your own luck... failures teach more than success. To achieve the peak of your profession, believe in yourself,” she said, adding that organisations must be adaptable and have “hybrid ways of working.”
SPJIMR Adds Business Analytics As A New Specialisation To Its PGPM Programme
July 14, 2021: SPJIMR - S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has added a new and unique speciality to its Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM), aimed at professionals with more than five years of work experience. In addition to the existing specialities of Finance, Information Management, Marketing, and Operations & Supply Chain, a Business Analytics specialisation will be offered.
The SPJIMR Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM) is a one-year full-time residential management programme (preceded by three months of online instruction) designed to help applicants advance their careers.
“With feedback from leading academicians and industry leaders in the analytics domain, the Business Analytics specialisation was developed. The new specialisation is intended to provide tomorrow's managers with strong analytical decision-making skills, allowing them to shape management practice in the years ahead.” Professor Nilendra Singh Pawar, PGPM's Chairperson, stated.
A Business Analytics student at SPJIMR will take courses in both analytics and traditional functional areas, in addition to analytics. The analytics specialisation would focus on developing strong, hands-on analytics abilities, such as the ability to manage huge data sets and write code. These abilities will aid students in pursuing professions in the fields of analytics and business consulting.
Participants will gain a basic understanding of all business domains throughout the first six months, including Economics, Finance, Marketing, Operations, Information Management, Organisational Behavior, and Communication. The attendees will then dive into analytics courses such as Big Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics, Neural Networks, Stochastic Modeling, and Natural Language Processing. Each participant will minor in either Marketing, Finance, Information Management, or Operations & Supply Chain in addition to concentrating in analytics courses.
Participants who choose the Business Analytics specialty should have a strong desire to work with statistics and statistical tools. While previous experience in analytics and/or related fields is preferred, it is not a requirement for participation. Other eligibility requirements, such as having over five years of full-time job experience and a valid GMAT/CAT score, are the same as for other specialisations. The application deadline for the programme is August 15, 2021.
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Placements: After completing 6 months of course at SPJIMR, all the students study in its partner universities. Thus most of them get placed internationally. But there is no direct placement support from our college, but in-directly a lot of help is provided through networking events and career fairs. There is always a risk and problem with courses like GMP, etc., but the great alumni network of SPJIMR and GMP helps students to connect with each other and share all the possible ways for opportunities. The av...
Placements: In GMP, since graduation happens at the partner university, the placement rules apply to the specific country that you are in. You have to keep in mind that international placements are not offered. So getting a job is very much dependent on how resourceful you are. However, you get conceptually very well trained at SPJIMR from your first semester and very good hands-on industry experience in the partner schools in the following semesters. The knowledge together makes you a very employable resou...
Placements: 100% placed. The highest package approximately. 35LPA, the lowest 15LPA, Top recruiting firms - Brain, BCG, HUL, Top Roles - Consultant, Management Leadership Programs, 100% internship placements in companies like J&J, HUL, Mondelez, Axis Bank, BCG, Philips, Nivea etc.
Infrastructure: 1. Classrooms are world class infra structure, all classes done with PPTs. Library was fully equipped with books and software for research purposes. 2. Hostel rooms had AC, daily cleaning facilities, multiple canteens nearby with...
Placements: There were many batches for this course, and each batch has a strength of 35 students, and I am a student of batch 54. Students got placed in different companies like BPCL, NRL, L&T, SAP, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors and Tata Steel. As all the students in the batch were already working, hence campus placements were not necessary. We had to attend classes of 9 days in each quarter, and the course was divided into C0 to C7. Most of the students were offered middle management level roles in the...
Placements: Most people here are for joining their family businesses and make it big and learn how to face the challenges. So they don't focus on getting a job.
Infrastructure: We have all the required facilities here on the campus. Wi-Fi, E-books, cricket field, gym, football field, are available on the campus. There is a hostel facility. There are air-conditioned rooms and classrooms. Water and food quality is also nice, and we have food and service is available almost 24x7.
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4 years ago
Hi, can you please update me on the growth opportunities post getting a job after MBA from SP Jain? Also increment one gets in MBA-finance?
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Can I do MBA with any entrance exams like CAT or GMAT in SPJIMR?
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