The college ensures that everyone gets placed. The quality of placement decreases with time. (first 50% offers are quite good). Decent placements across all domains. Average CTC usually remains around 15 -16 LPA and highest around 37-38 LPA. Lowest CTC would be around 8-9 LPA.
Majority of the batch remains in the range of 12 - 16 LPA
NMIMS does not accept CAT scores. For people whose score in CAT is not sufficient to get them good IIM calls, NMAT by GMAC is one of the alternate exams through which they can get into a pretty decent college. Usually the cut off is around 207 - 210 (which is not very difficult to achieve) NMIMS is located in the business hub of India (Mumbai). It has a very strong alumni network and has a legacy of being over 35 years old.
However the batch size of NMIMS for its flagship MBA program still remains a concern. The batch size does not affect the quality of education as such, but plays a very important role in placements. In General, the higher the batch size, the less likely it is to have a very good placement for all students (with exceptions like ISB). There is a big difference in top 20% and bottom 20% offers.
From 3rd year students become eligible for placements. Various great companies like tesla, Barclays, etc have visited our campus. They give 5-10 placements on an average. The highest package goes till 50 lakh a year while the average is around 10-12 lakh. 40% of students opt for college placements. I'll probably intern for a year and then do CFA.
The good aspects are the teachers and the quality of education. A lot of focus is on practical learning rather than just theory. A bad aspect is that it is too overhyped. Therefore when u actually go there you may not be very pleased. You have to give NPAT entrance exam which is held sometime in May. It's a known and reputed college plus it was in my city. Nah I didn't need any such reference.
It is the best college in Mumbai for commerce related degrees. It is a well established university and also I was well aware of how it functions as I was in the same college for my junior college years. It is easily accessible as it is close to 2 stations in the western railway line and is close to the stations, you can take a share rickshaw to the station or walk. The faculty and course syllabus are great and it has recently become a deemed university.
Placement Experience :
For BCom atleast they are not that great as only BCom barely enables you to have a skillset required in today's world but if you're a CA aspirant like me then the atmosphere of the college and the hours of it are perfect to allow you to prepare well for all your CA exams and also to work for your articleship.
Ques. Are Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics and Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies different colleges or the same?
● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 20 Aug 21
Ans.Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics and Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies is two completely different institutions. The common thing between them is that they are registered under the same trust names SVKM.
NM College is affiliated with Mumbai University whereas NMIMS is deemed to be a university. Both are very different.
NMIMS, being an autonomous institute, has its own syllabus and courses made and updated by itself.
NMIMS offers many courses with lots of changes in the syllabus like B.com (Hons.), BBA, B.sc, Finance, B.sc Economics for undergraduate and MBA and others for post Graduate.
NM College offers courses such as B.Com, Bachelors in Management Studies (BMS), Bachelors in Accounting and Finance (BAF), Bachelors in Financial Markets (BFM), and other postgraduate courses as well.
NMIMS has better academics because their courses and syllabus are regularly updated according to the response given by the students. They can update their syllabus however they seem fit but on the other hand, NMCCE is under Mumbai University which does not change its syllabus frequently and has outdated courses too. Moreover, the fee for NMIMS is way higher than NMCCE which is considered affordable.Read more
Ques. What is the status of addmissions at Narsee Monjee Mumbai?
● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 20 Aug 21
Ans.Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics is the best college in the field of commerce. It is considered among the top institutes for a degree in B.Com.
NM College accepts admission based on the marks secured in 12th. Due to high demand, the cutoff result is very high every year. Each year the cutoff goes stays around 97%.
You have to clear the percent cutoff and then will be called for an Interview. The final selection is done based on your performance in the interview. If you have scored more than 98% marks in 12th, then you should not worry about the cutoff.Read more
Ques. Will it be a good decision to choose NMIMS, NITIE, JBIMS or IIT Mumbai for an MBA?
● Top Answer By Komal Chawla on 11 Aug 21
Ans.NMIMS, NITIE Mumbai, JBIMS, and IIT Mumbai are all good institutes. These are academically excellent institutes with consistent high placements records. Their status and outreach worldwide are also excellent and therefore it is every student’s dream to join such an institute.
The ideal choice for the students can be listed as follows: -
JBIMS: It is a very good institute, especially for finance and banking. It has the best Return of Investment (ROI).
NITIE Mumbai is very good for the Operations sector in MBA.
NITIE has become one of the most recognized brand names in this industry, especially when it comes to the fields of Supply and Operations.
Apart from this, you can also apply in different sectors such as Banking and Finance, IT and Strategy Consulting, Retail roles, Sales and Marketing, etc.
IIT Bombay: IIT Bombay is again well known for the Operations sector. It is also known for providing excellent education at comparatively less fees.
NMIMS is one of the best institutes in India for pursuing MBA. The batch size is, however, big when compared to the other institutes.
Also, the ROI is less because the fee is very high.
Since all the colleges mentioned above are really good, it comes down to your decision. Choose according to your preferences after comparing all of them in all aspects.Read more
Ques. Which one is better: Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics or Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies for B.Com (hons)? Why?
● Top Answer By Kiran Chugh on 09 Aug 21
Ans.Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics would be a better option if you are keen on a less fee structure but still want quality education. It is a government-aided college affiliated with Mumbai University. NM College of Commerce and Economics has one of the best facilities. It is one of the old and reputed institutes.
NMIMS is a different university and the fee structure for B.Com (Hons) is also higher in comparison with NM College. Though the course curriculum is fantastic, the faculties are good and great facilities are offered. This college has a brand in itself.
The following table shows a brief insight on both institutions:
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics
Entrance Test (NMAT)
You should visit the colleges and get in-depth information about your course and the career out of it and choose whatever suits you.Read more
Ques. Is there any entrance exam at Narsee Monjee, Mumbai for a B.Com?
● Top Answer By Debdeep Majumder on 06 Aug 21
Ans.My brother used to be a student of Narsee Monjee, Mumbai, so I can give you some information regarding the admission process at the institute.
There is no entrance exam for the B.Com course if you wish to take admission at Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics. The admission is based on your 12th standard percentage or equivalent.
Though, if you are looking for admission to NMIMS (Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics), you need to give the NPAT (formerly known as NMAT).Read more
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