NMIMS - Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How will you rank different NMIMS campuses in order of preference?
According to the B-school ranking here is a list of NMIMS campuses in order of preference:
  1. Mumbai
  2. Bengaluru
  3. Hyderabad
The other three NMIMS colleges do not feature in rankings. However, as per our preference, here’s the rankings of the other three campuses. This based on location, packages etc.
  1. Navi Mumbai
  2. Indore
  3. Shirpur
GMAT
Preference of courses:
1.Mumbai Campus
  • MBA
  • MBA HR
  • MBA (Law)
  • MBA Pharmaceutical Management
  • Executive MBA
  • MBA (Part Time)
  • MBA Social Entrepreneurship
  • MBA Entrepreneurship & Family Business
2.Bengaluru Campus
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management
  • Post Graduate Diploma In Business Management – Management
  • Program For Executives
3.Hyderabad Campus
  • Post Graduate Diploma In Management (PGDBM)
  • Post Graduate Diploma In Business Management – Management Program For Executives
  • Certificate Program in Business Analytics
Q. What is the reason for selecting a course like MBA HR at NMIMS?
The NMIMS HR course is one of the sought after courses at NMIMS. Some of the major company's that recruit at NMIMS for HR are Deloitte, Korn Ferry, L&T etc. In terms of the HR role, it entails the responsibility for employee satisfaction, regulating strategies to maintain enthusiasm amongst the employees and establishing communication and healthy competition within the management and employees.  HR is responsible for creating training initiatives and professional development programs for mentoring new talent. After the completion of the course you will be able to work for the organization pursuing various roles such as:
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Talent Management
  • Employee Relations
  • Compensation Benefits
  • Employee Engagement Learning,
  • Development Performance Management
  • Organizational Development HR
  • Generalist Role
  • Human Resource Consulting.
Q. How many attempts should one take for NMAT?
That’s a subjective question. Some students do exceedingly well in the first attempt, while some do better in retakes. Having said that, a test taker will not lose out if he/she takes NMAT only once. It is advised to not get misled by others opinion on tests being easy or difficult in any given period of the test window. Also, there is no guarantee that the scores will improve in subsequent attempts/retakes. In NMAT, percentile scores are calculated after all test takers have taken their test(s) and so taking the test at a particular time will not make much difference.
Q. When can we schedule a reappear?
A test taker will have to wait at least 15 days before he/she can apply for a reappear. Test takers are required to pay the applicable fee for each Reappear attempt.
 
 
 
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