“Indian Institute of Management Rohtak”
This article will tell you all the aspects related to IIM-ROHTAK. In India, we have a total of 20 IIM’S. The list of 20 IIM’S: IIM-B (Bangalore), IIM-A (Ahmedabad), IIM-C (Kolkata), IIM-L (Lucknow), IIM-K (Kozhikode), IIM-I (Indore), IIM-U (Udaipur), IIM-T (Trichy), IIM-Rai (Raipur), IIM-Ro (Rohtak), IIM-S (Shillong), IIM-Ka (Kashipur), IIM-R (Ranchi), IIM-N (Nagpur), IIM-V, (Visakhapatnam), IIM-AM (Amritsar), IIM-BG (Bodhgaya), IIM-SR, (Sirmaur), IIM-SB (Sambalpur), IIM-J (Jammu).
Indian Institute of Management Rohtak is a public business school located in Rohtak, Haryana a part of the National Capital Region of India. IIM Rohtak was established in the year 2010 as one of the six new IIMs announced under the 11th Five Year Plan.
Management, City Southern Bypass, Sunaria, Rohtak, Haryana 124010
NIRF ranked IIM Rohtak on 21st rank in the ranking list of management institutions of India. What any management student requires, IIM Rohtak is a fantastic institution to study. Apart from this IIM Ahmedabad ranked number 1management Institute of India.
All the infrastructure facilities are available to IIM Rohtak. The Management City has three different blocks; Administration, Academics, and Residential. The Academic block is itself divided into two sub-blocks, one for the IPM Programme, and the other for the PGP program. The Knowledge Resource Centre, an open-for, 24/7 library, is a member of IIM Libraries Consortium and in March 2016, had a collection of more than 5000 books and had online subscriptions to more than 57 print journals, magazines, and 35 e-databases. The buildings in the campus are connected through a fiber optic backbone network which is controlled by the IT Resources Centre.
The IIM-ROHTAK is the 21 ranked management institution. The facilities and faculty they provide are just fabulous as you can not imagine. So the fee is quite high and not anyone can afford it. Apart from this, every course has its own fee but the average is around 20-25 lakh.
Firstly all the students who are Interested in admission have to do registration and the registration fee is 2000. After the entrance test is held in which all the registered students do an exam based on gk, reasoning and aptitude.
After this selected Candidates ask for a personal interview in which panel sit and ask you Different questions. And then finally on the basis of the entrance and personal interview list came, in which the name of the selected student was written.
IIM Rohtak has very fantastic placement records, about 100% students get placement at the end of the session. What can be more beautiful than this? Not just get a placement in fact they got a superb salary package as well.
The participants of the DPM will be given a Fellowship as mentioned below:
Rs 30,000 for the first two years and Rs 35,000 after passing the second year In addition to this, a merit Fellowship (subject to satisfactory performance) of Rs. 10,000 per month in the second year and Rs. 15,000 per month in the third and fourth years is given to the deserving participants.
All the participants will receive a contingency grant of Rs. 1, 85,000/-distributed across four years of the program.
Financial Support for Conferences/Academic Exchange:
The participants will be provided potential financial support for attending national and international conferences as well as for academic exchange visits to partner institutions as per the institute norms.
Hostel and Medical Facilities:
The DPM of IIM Rohtak is a full-time residential program and all the participants are required to stay on the campus. The existing medical facilities that are being used by other members of the Institute will be available to them.
Important: IIM Rohtak will not charge tuition fees from the participants who receive the fellowship. They are expected to pay for their food expenses, admission offer acceptance fee, alumni association fee, and any other fee specified by the Institute.
The participants who are admitted under the categories of non-resident Indians, persons of Indian origin living abroad, and other foreign citizens will be required to pay the fees as specified by the Institute.
By: Geetu Katyal