Indian Institute of Management - [IIMC], Kolkata - Reviews

Kolkata, West Bengal UGC Estd 1961 Autonomous University 40 Questions Answered Ranked 26 For Overall By NIRF 2019 +7 more

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8.7 /10

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The faculty, campus life are really good. As is we say "Joka is an experience" it is 100% true. It is an emotional roller coaster. There are times when we may give up but the Joka tribe is always there to hold you back. The infrastructure of the Hostels can be improved.

10 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
7 /10 social life
9 /10 course
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8 /10 campus life
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SB
9.0 /10

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The college has a good education system which ultimately helped us to inculcate professionalism along with the right attitude. The college gave me some of the best memories and was considered as one of the best colleges catering to the management program. In addition to that, the course was also good and contains good knowledge about the program.

10 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
9 /10 social life
10 /10 course
8 /10 hostel
8 /10 campus life
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MR
9.5 /10

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We had the best course curriculum and the best infrastructure. The more I indulged with the management program I actually felt good about this institute as it is one of the top management colleges in India and the amount of learning imparted in this college gave me good knowledge about the course. Both management and non-management

9 /10 faculty
10 /10 placement
10 /10 social life
10 /10 course
9 /10 hostel
9 /10 campus life
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nm
8.3 /10

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It's a great college. Dream college of many students. They have great faculties and clubs. Also college ambience is positive to study, develop yourself or to involve in extra curricular.

9 /10 faculty
8 /10 placement
8 /10 social life
10 /10 course
9 /10 hostel
6 /10 campus life
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DV
8.0 /10

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College is very good, infact, the epitome in the field of management. But inspite of being in such hallowed portals, it does not create pressure for the students.

9 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
8 /10 social life
9 /10 course
6 /10 hostel
7 /10 campus life
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MS
9.3 /10

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One of the finest place to study and practice. atmosphere is very hot for kolkata but 1 year was my bet ever experience. the are offering the best study and class of living.

10 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
10 /10 social life
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Indian Institute of Management - [IIMC], Kolkata : 40 answered questions

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Ques. What will the entrance exam format be for a joint degree program in business analytics by IIM Calcutta, ISI Kolkata and IIT Kharagpur?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 21 Sept 21

Ans. The exam is being conducted for the first time and hence it will not be wise to comment on the pattern of the exam. However, based on the previous year’s exam, below would be my best guess. Discussing last year, there was a maximum of 10 questions in the exam. And all the questions did possess options, but still, you had to write the complete answer else you would face partial grading for the questions. Few topics such as Integration, Differentiation, Quadratic Equations, Algebra, Matrices and Determinants, Probability, and Combinatorics were covered. Since the quant syllabus is more or less the same this year as well, similar types of questions could be expected. If we are talking about Quant then topics such as probability, P and C, matrices, and determinants should be covered thoroughly. You will get to study such topics in your first semester at ISI Kolkata. In Data Interpretation, we can expect questions similar to the ones given in CAT. Basic visualization and inference-based questions should be practiced. As far as verbal and logical reasoning is concerned, it is again not commendable but you can expect questions on a similar pattern to CAT. The exam format for a joint degree program in business analytics by IIM Calcutta, ISI Kolkata, and IIT Kharagpur. I cannot tell you the exact pattern but you can cover all the topics of modern Maths for the exam. It will be helpful to you.Read more
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Ques. How was your IIM C/IIT Kharagpur/ISI Kolkata PGDBA interview experience?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 16 Sept 21

Ans. One of my cousins has recently been to a PGDBA interview, and here are some points he briefly talks about: There were three panelists, from ISI Kolkata, IIM Kolkata, and IIT Kharagpur. My cousin was first asked to introduce himself in fewer words, following which he was asked what eigenvalues and eigenvectors meant. He was thoroughly counter questioned about related topics. The panelists shifted focus to one of the main topics i.e. Statistics and Probability. He was questioned about the definition of Poisson Distribution, to which his reply was rather crisp and plain-sailing. He mentioned, alongside the actual answer, what associated probability mass function meant. They also asked several contradictory questions about the same. Following that, he was questioned for the reason behind why public sector banks were merged. Most essentially, they ask about why countries like China and the USA were interested in the Korean land. Questions like the difference between supervised learning and unsupervised learning; Israeli Palestinian conflict, and analytics were often enquired to him. It is suggested that you prepare the concepts of your course very thoroughly, alongside other important subject areas that are one section of the course you have pursued. Read more
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Ques. I am interested in pursuing PGDBA offered by IIT KGP, IIM C, and ISI Kolkata. Have little to no programming experience. Should I pursue this career? 

● Top Answer By Yashmeet Grover on 15 Sept 21

Ans. My brother is doing his PGDBA from IIT KGP and he was rather afraid of programming and coding when he started the course. If you're stuck in the same situation, then my only advice is to enroll in the course with an open mind and a desire to learn to program if you don't already know-how.  Coding Experience: There is always a first time of everything. Now there are numerous MOOCs available online that can assist you in taking the initial step. The discipline of analytics (technical side) necessitates solid coding abilities, and therefore if you want to pursue a career in analytics, you should start learning the necessary skills now. Work Experience: It is not necessary to have prior work experience to enroll in the course. However, relevant analytical experience aids in extracting greater value from the course.  According to your assessment of your interests, you have a preference for fields involving mathematics and statistics. Analytical science is an excellent fit in that regard. I would recommend that you go into MOOCs like Coursera, audacity, and your willingness to learn more about this field. You will obtain a better understanding of the field and would be able to decide if this is a good fit for you or not.Read more
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Ques. If you had to choose between IIM Indore this year, or IIM C next year, what would you choose?

● Top Answer By Admin on 31 Aug 21

Ans. If you are confident that you can score better in CAT in your 2nd attempt at CAT then go for it. Good academics with strong willpower would be enough for another attempt. Many people try only ABC and excel every year. Getting admission into IIM A, B or C is not easy as a lot of other things are also taken into consideration like your work experience, profile, future aspects. Even after obtaining the 100 percentile, many students don’t even get a call from these IIMs. In this scenario, it would not be considered the best decision to waste one year and go for the IIM Indorenow. Even IIM Indore is an old IIM and concerning placements, a lot of good companies come with very nice packages.Read more
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Ques. Which college should I choose? I have got selected at IIM Calcutta and NITIE.

● Top Answer By Keshav Jindal on 13 Aug 21

Ans. There can be no comparison between NITIE Mumbai and IIM Calcutta. In any case, you can only go on to NITIE Mumbai in two varied situations, Choose it if you are enthusiastic about both Supply Chain Management and Operations. If you do not want to weigh the burden of an upcoming loan after the completion of your MBA. Apart from these two, everything you require otherwise is considered better in IIM Calcutta.  Every nook and cranny you find at IIM Calcutta is better than the former.  These include the campus life, placement prospects (especially in fields concerning finance and consulting), extracurricular activities, the exposure you receive, student environment, faculty, infrastructure, the alumni base, and most essentially, your growing prospects. IIM Calcutta can also be a superior choice if you share a fair amount of interest in Finance.  Also the brand value the institute speaks for itself.  NITIE, on the flip side, can only be a good choice if you are interested in Operations and Supply Chain.  But, either way, for General Management and various other opportunities, IIM Calcutta is undeniably better. Read more
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