New Delhi: International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi, one of the most sought-after B schools of the country, reopens the admissions to its three prestigious courses – Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), PGDM (HR) and PGDM (BFSI), starting from Wednesday giving another prospect to the students who have scored well in the CAT exam to apply again. The last date to fill the application form is January 21.The institute also announced admissions for Fellow Programme in Management and Executive-Fellow Programme in Management.
Prof. Shailendra Nigam, Chairperson – Admissions, IMI-New Delhi said, “IMI New Delhi stands by its promise to offer opportunities to students to excel in their areas of interest. We are opening our admissions again to facilitate those who might have missed applying earlier. We are elated to reopen the admission for the aspiring students who performed exceptionally well in CAT and provide them with a fair chance to an MBA,”he added.
All the PGDM courses are of two-year duration are designed to prepare students for careers across functio nal areas of management. Introduced in 1993, the course has been attracting candidates from diverse educational streams ranging from engineering, medicine, architecture, social sciences, economics, and commerce. The application form for the course is available at http://admission.imi.edu and the institute only accepts online forms.