MIT School of Business: Progressive Thinking Leading to a Brighter Future
Date: Sunday , February 26, 2017
Established in 1987, MIT School of Business (MIT-SOB) is a venture of the renowned MIT Group of Institutions. The institution comprises of 54 full time faculties with 30 of them having an experience of more than five years each and a credit of having published nine books, 37 articles and 34 papers. Catering to the subjects of Marketing, Finance and General Management, the institution also offers courses in Entrepreneurship Development, Six Sigma Certification Course, Foreign Language Courses and NSE.
This nationally accredited institution also proffers the AICTE approved two-year, full time PGDM course. The students have also undergone six industrial visits so far and the entire curriculum has been restructured to be more industry relevant. MIT-SOB’s placement see a footfall from companies such as HCL, Kellog’s, HSBC, Deloitte, IndiaBulls and many more and has achieved 87 percent of its study body placement with an average annual package of Rs.4,25,000 and highest package of Rs.7, 08,000.
MIT-SOB provides its students with Case Study method of education, a pedagogy adopted at the Harvard Business School. The institute’s admission eligibility criterion is 80 percent in academics and the fee for the two-year graduation program is Rs.1,60,000 excluding the on campus hostel charges. Boasting of a sprawling and Wi-Fi enabled campus spanning up to 10,503 sq. m, the institute is enriched with sports and facilities like cultural clubs, auditorium and library housing more than 22,000 books.