From "Pr!yA" : Hello..i just want to know which one of these two is better IIPM or Bhartiya Vidyapeeth for doing MBA..and which one has better placements..and is more recognized both in India and internationally??
15th December 2009 From India, Delhi

agentarun 1
Dear Priya,
don't think anything.......
just go for IIPM....
its the Best you can expect....in terms of placements or in terms of crowd..or in terms of faculty,,.......
so which branch r u planning to join..??
regards:
Arun
15th December 2009 From India, Pune
Pr!yA 3
Delhi..i've already cleared the entrance..but am still confused as i've got a lot of not-so-good reviews about IIPM and its controversies..I don't plan to drop out one year for CAT and cannot move out of Delhi due to personal reasons..and most of the registrations forms of good colleges have already been closed..so am not left with much options in Delhi..Is IIPM really worth spending 9.51 lacs..and what about the market recognition..and what about the n number of blogs claiming that IIPM is fraudulent..??
15th December 2009 From India, Delhi
newbie2 1
BVP should be a better option....
I wouldnt frame any institute as fraudulent but logically speaking paying a bomb for an MBA programme is not worthy enough unless it is a programme offered by the 1st grade B schools.(eX: ISB, Hyd).
At the end of the day it is one's determination and self exposure that really matters.
17th December 2009 From India
divya.jain 1
Hi,
I really don't know whether I qualify as being a part in the seniors talk .... but then I would really like to suggest that Priya don't even think of joining IIPM, its not worth at all ! I have friends who have not got good enough placements even after spending almost 10L for an MBA in IIPM. The institute is just fan fare , that's it ! Its not even recognized !
So I would suggest do a thorough research before getting into it !
Thanks !
17th December 2009 From India, Mumbai
mansi.nair1 1
Hi Priya,
I remember visiting the IIPM - Delhi campus for the campus placement. The feedback i received from my hiring managers after the interviews were very bad. If you want campuses from Delhi/NCR then do a complete research on the following campuses. 1. SRCC, 2. Amity - Noida, 3. Delhi School of Economics (MBA) 4. ICFAI-Guragaon, 5. Indian School of Business (ISB). etc.
Best,
Mansi

17th December 2009 From India, Bangalore
radz_here 2
If BVP is the colg in Coimbatore I would strongly suggest that in terms of the ROI. IIPM (I know of Blore) is a lot of noise where you will get a better crowd and sophisticated ppl but placements and faculty are similar to BVP. If am not mistaken there is a huge gap in fee. If your main agenda is Studies, Faculty, Placements then BVP is better.
17th December 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
irfan243 1
hi priya i will follow ruchika. Bhartiya Vidhya Pheet is far better then IIPM. you must check the (IIPM is a Scam! - Read the facts for yourself) at http://www.iipmscam.com/ .tc
18th December 2009 From India, Anand
Pr!yA 3
I know guys..I've heard the same things about IIPM..but I do not want to drop an year to give CAT because of some personal reasons..and I am not left with much good options in Delhi/NCR..do u think if i get into BVP..i will get a good placement later on??and even if i don't get campus placed..there would be a problem getting a job on my own??
25th December 2009 From India, Delhi
siddharthmcm 31
Hi Pr!Ya Take Admission in BVP and work hard on studies you will definately get good job in future. siddharth
25th December 2009 From India, Surat
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