IIT Bombay Business & Management Studies Courses & Fees 2022 ,Powai, Mumbai

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IIT Bombay Fees and Eligibility
CoursesTotal tuition Fees Eligibility
MBA/PGDM(2 Courses)
INR 8.27 L - 15.21 L
(for 2-5 years)
Graduation : 60 %
Exams : CAT
B.E. / B.Tech(1 Courses)
INR 15.21 L
(for 5 years)
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Executive MBA/PGDM(1 Courses)
INR 42 L
(for 18 months)
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Ph.D.(1 Courses)
INR 96 K
(for 4 years)
Exams : GMATCAT

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Vivek Sharma | B.Tech. in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science - Batch of 2025
Reviewed on 24 Sep 2021
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
IIT Bombay is the best place.

Placements: About 90% of the students get placed from our college. The average salary package offered is around 15 LPA to 18 LPA. About 40% of students do internships in 2nd year from metallurgical and materials science. IITB company is open to all students. You should maintain a minimum CPI criterion like some academically top students maintain 8 CGPA to attend placement interviews.

Infrastructure: Every facility available here is good. Sometimes the food served in the mess is not good, but after giving complaint, the qual...

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Vivek Kumar | B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 2 Sep 2021
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
This is the best college in India for engineering. The facilities and infrastructure are very good.

Placements: Around 80-85% of students are placed, and some of the students opt for further studies and research. The average salary package offered is 18 LPA. Many students got internships in top companies like Axis Bank, etc. Students can get core as well as non-core jobs.

Infrastructure: This college has very high-speed Wi-Fi available in every hostel. Laboratories, classrooms, and the library are well advanced and beautiful. The food served in mess and canteen is very good in taste and variety. The medical facilities are...

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Yogesh Meena | B.Tech. in Civil Engineering - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 24 Jun 2021
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
IIT Bombay is an all-rounder and is a good college in all fields.

Placements: The academic department of our institute is great. Most of the students got placed in our department. Students go to both the core and non-core companies for placements depending on their personal interests and other factors. All the major recruiting companies like Microsoft, Google, etc., are the top recruiters. They recruit the students from both their core and non-core branches.

Infrastructure: All the infrastructure and facilities are very good. You will fall in love with infrastructure and facilities. The c...

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Puneet Agarwal | B.Tech. in Civil Engineering - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 15 May 2021
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Review of IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology.

Placements: About 80% of the students were placed from IITB of 4-year civil course. The highest salary package offered here is about 60 LPA, and the lowest salary package offered is about 5 LPA. The average salary package offered is about 8 LPA. The top recruiting company here was L&T. Many students got internships in good companies. About 50% of the students got internships from here, and students got placed for government jobs through IES. Many students got jobs in the non-core sector, even in top compani...

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Dhruv Sorathiya | B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 15 Apr 2021
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
It is a perfect college for students who really want to get exposure to technology.

Placements: I will pass out in 2024. I don't have any experience yet, but the placement records are almost the top in the country. The average package offered last year was around 16 LPA, and I am very happy about it.

Infrastructure: I haven't visited the hostel yet, due to the pandemic. But I saw many photos and spoke with my seniors about this. Their review is awesome. Mess food charges are slightly high, but the food quality is also good. Every hostel has separate grounds and canteens. Our wing group is awesome.

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I want to do engineering but my parents are forcing me to do B.Sc in physics. Can I pursue my B.Tech after B.Sc?

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

3 weeks ago

Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. Students who have done B.Sc. (IT/ CS are eligible to take admission in B.Tech Computer Science through lateral entry mode. According to the AICTE Guidance, candidates who have completed B.Sc. With a minimum mark of 45 percent and have completed class 12 with the s...Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. Students who have done B.Sc. (IT/ CS are eligible to take admission in B.Tech Computer Science through lateral entry mode. According to the AICTE Guidance, candidates who have completed B.Sc. With a minimum mark of 45 percent and have completed class 12 with the subject of mathematics are eligible. So Yes, It is possible to join B.Tech course after completing B.Sc. Through the lateral entry scheme which is offered by most of the Engineering colleges. Hope it helps.

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Tangi Deepthi

Contributor-Level 7

2 years ago

Yes, it is possible but both are graduation. Actually it is a waste of time. You better to do either B.Tech or B.Sc. Physics. And in B.Tech you have physics subject in first semester. And B.Tech is 4 years course and degree is 3 years course. It's better you should choose wisely one course but no...Yes, it is possible but both are graduation. Actually it is a waste of time. You better to do either B.Tech or B.Sc. Physics. And in B.Tech you have physics subject in first semester. And B.Tech is 4 years course and degree is 3 years course. It's better you should choose wisely one course but not both.

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Can I learn animation at home?

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Adv. Ved Vinayak

Contributor-Level 9

a month ago

Dear Omkar, I hope things are going well. Without a doubt, you can learn. There are many resources available right now. Both offline and internet resources are used. There are also many paid online animation courses available, but my recommendation is to go to college so that the work will be org...Dear Omkar, I hope things are going well. Without a doubt, you can learn. There are many resources available right now. Both offline and internet resources are used. There are also many paid online animation courses available, but my recommendation is to go to college so that the work will be organised and follow a certain flow. I hope this is helpful. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions if you have any.

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Devaguptapu Venkata Sarat

Contributor-Level 6

2 months ago

Hi Omkar, hope everything is going good. Yes definitely you can learn. Many resources are available now a days. From online resources to offline resources. There are also many paid online animation courses but my suggestion better choose a college so that there will be some alignment of work and ...Hi Omkar, hope everything is going good. Yes definitely you can learn. Many resources are available now a days. From online resources to offline resources. There are also many paid online animation courses but my suggestion better choose a college so that there will be some alignment of work and a flow will be followed. Hope this helps you. If you have any queries please feel free to ask.

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Which college is better for B.Tech in CSE: IIT Madras or IIT Bombay?

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

a month ago

Undoubtedly, IIT Mumbai enjoys the luxury of excellent location. It has beaches, it is a Bollywood hub, and it has great places to visit. Mumbai is the Financial Capital of India and draws more employers than any other IIT. IIT Delhi comes a close next but IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur...Undoubtedly, IIT Mumbai enjoys the luxury of excellent location. It has beaches, it is a Bollywood hub, and it has great places to visit. Mumbai is the Financial Capital of India and draws more employers than any other IIT. IIT Delhi comes a close next but IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur are far below in the scale of location value. Living in a metro has its perks like better connectivity and better hostels. IIT Mumbai menu card has the greatest number of course options on it. The wide range of courses and their combinations are designed according to the current market demands and the potential demand in the near future. Hence, they prove to be greatly beneficial to students in terms of employment prospects. Over the past few years, IIT Mumbai has been able to attract best pay packages from multinational corporations across the world. Last year, the 5 the biggest salary packages offered to the IITians were offered to IIT-B students. In 2013, as many as 5 IIT Bombay students received a salary offer of about Rs 30 Lacs from MEC Japan, which was amongst the highest international offers made by the company. IIT Mumbai has made its curriculum quite flexible in the last few years much more relaxed or intensive than other IITs as per students choice. While the regular curriculum allows a lot of free time to students, there is a Minors and Honours System to allow students to choose as many courses they would like to pursue per semester.

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ABHISHEK K

Scholar-Level 17

2 years ago

It has offered near 100% Placements for CSE students and 20% of them already have PPOs. Moreover, average range for CSE goes from 8 to 20 LPA and hence, makes it an attraction for various students. The highest package is more than 1.3 crores past 3 years. The college offers state of art Faculty p...It has offered near 100% Placements for CSE students and 20% of them already have PPOs. Moreover, average range for CSE goes from 8 to 20 LPA and hence, makes it an attraction for various students. The highest package is more than 1.3 crores past 3 years. The college offers state of art Faculty plus best Infrastructure to maintain quality education. With IIT madras, the internships provided here are decent for this specialisation specifically and The Placements for CSE is good enough, although campus Infrastructure is okayish and Average number of offers are lesser, hence, does not have edge over IIT Bombay.

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I want admission in IIT Bombay only, not in any other college. How do I get it? I am currently in 11th standard.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is an internationally acclaimed autonomous public research university and technical institute that ranks third in the NIRF 2022 category of Engineering. To get admission into an institute, candidates are required to pass a national-level entrance exam for...The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is an internationally acclaimed autonomous public research university and technical institute that ranks third in the NIRF 2022 category of Engineering. To get admission into an institute, candidates are required to pass a national-level entrance exam for most of the undergraduate courses. For its four-year undergraduate B.Tech course, it accepts the JEE exam. Since the competition is high for this prestigious institute, you need to score very high in both 12th grade and JEE (advanced). After qualifying for the 12th standard with a score of more than 90%, you need to appear for JEE. Aspirants seeking admission to B.Tech must qualify for JEE Main and JEE Advanced, followed by JOSAA counseling. To get into IIT Bombay, you must have a rank of less than 3000, as the cutoff for almost every branch of B.Tech will be high. For instance, in 2021's last round of counseling, it was 1241 for mechanical engineering; similarly, for civil engineering, it was 3304. You can visit https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/jee-main-exam to know the syllabus, previous year's paper, and preparation for the JEE exam and start preparing as early as possible.

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What should be my rank under OBC category to get into IIT Bombay for CSE?

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Sumit naroliya

Guide-Level 12

a month ago

To get admission in IIT Bombay you need to secure rank at least under 1000.

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