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How Many Days Will It Take To Recover Your MBA Program Fee?

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Anon ymous

Well, you can't actually put nmims in the same slot as IIT and IIMs... because the fees of nmims doesn't include the accomodation fee which is quite high since it is in prime Mumbai area. Also since accommodation is outside, there comes a travel component to the expenses involved. So the total expenses could be some 5-8L over the fees

24 Apr 2019, 05.27 PM

madhira kiran

Helloo!!Im MBA Aspirant

Much Appreciated work!! Very detailed analysis which every MBA aspirant needs. Thanks InsideIIM!!

25 Apr 2019, 10.47 AM

Sudhanshu Joshi

SIMSREE should be considered as it is offering really good RoI

25 Apr 2019, 11.26 AM

Keyur Shah

BE Mechanical Engineer 2018 pass out and doing job since March'18 till today

Indeed Helpful...thanks a lot.

25 Apr 2019, 11.58 AM

Vidit Dave

I recall during admit, was asked to pay nearly 2.5 lakhs/half yearly in SJMSOM. I don't get it how it's 3.5 lakhs? Please explain

26 Apr 2019, 08.07 PM

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Team InsideIIM

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Hi Vidit. Thank you for pointing out that discrepancy. We have updates the fee data for SJMSoM along with the corresponding analysis. :)

26 Apr 2019, 10.38 PM |

Ankush Singh

keen to learn

Iam quite surprised to see the inhand salry to top graduates touching 1.5 lakh per month...isnt it u generalised it from avg ctc..which is not the perfect way to calculate the salry and days to recover the fees..

28 Apr 2019, 09.06 PM

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Team InsideIIM

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Hi. You're quite right when you say that average CTC is not a highly reliable data point. This is why we have also included the same calculations on the median CTCs of the various B-schools in this report. :)

29 Apr 2019, 10.09 AM |

Akshat Rathore

Let me point two important facts about the two institutions offering the highest RoI. Firstly, recently FMS has increased its fees. Now it is around 47,600 per semester. Making the overall fees in the vicinity of 2,00,000. And secondly, when talking about the two institutions offering the highest RoI, the fees of TISS, Mumbai includes hostel accommodation and mess charges, while the meagre 21,000 fees of FMS,Delhi is only the college fees and doesn't include hostel fees or food expenses. The fees of TISS, Mumbai for a non-hostler is around 1,10,000. So, in all, the recent amendments in the fees structure, makes TISS, Mumbai atop of FMS, Delhi in terms of RoI.

1 May 2019, 10.26 AM

Kanishk Anand Sharma

Has the interest been included for the moratium (I am not sure if I spelled it right) and post that calculated. After talking around, I have learnt most colleges 15+ lacs take 4-6 years to repay the loan.

3 May 2019, 01.43 PM

Atulya Amar

You should have considered 70% of the CTC as in-hand salary.

16 May 2019, 09.24 PM

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Comments
 

Anon ymous

Well, you can't actually put nmims in the same slot as IIT and IIMs... because the fees of nmims doesn't include the accomodation fee which is quite high since it is in prime Mumbai area. Also since accommodation is outside, there comes a travel component to the expenses involved. So the total expenses could be some 5-8L over the fees

24 Apr 2019, 05.27 PM

madhira kiran

Helloo!!Im MBA Aspirant

Much Appreciated work!! Very detailed analysis which every MBA aspirant needs. Thanks InsideIIM!!

25 Apr 2019, 10.47 AM

Sudhanshu Joshi

SIMSREE should be considered as it is offering really good RoI

25 Apr 2019, 11.26 AM

Keyur Shah

BE Mechanical Engineer 2018 pass out and doing job since March'18 till today

Indeed Helpful...thanks a lot.

25 Apr 2019, 11.58 AM

Vidit Dave

I recall during admit, was asked to pay nearly 2.5 lakhs/half yearly in SJMSOM. I don't get it how it's 3.5 lakhs? Please explain

26 Apr 2019, 08.07 PM

+Read Replies (1)

Team InsideIIM

We are the team behind your favourite platform.

Hi Vidit. Thank you for pointing out that discrepancy. We have updates the fee data for SJMSoM along with the corresponding analysis. :)

26 Apr 2019, 10.38 PM |

Ankush Singh

keen to learn

Iam quite surprised to see the inhand salry to top graduates touching 1.5 lakh per month...isnt it u generalised it from avg ctc..which is not the perfect way to calculate the salry and days to recover the fees..

28 Apr 2019, 09.06 PM

+Read Replies (1)

Team InsideIIM

We are the team behind your favourite platform.

Hi. You're quite right when you say that average CTC is not a highly reliable data point. This is why we have also included the same calculations on the median CTCs of the various B-schools in this report. :)

29 Apr 2019, 10.09 AM |

Akshat Rathore

Let me point two important facts about the two institutions offering the highest RoI. Firstly, recently FMS has increased its fees. Now it is around 47,600 per semester. Making the overall fees in the vicinity of 2,00,000. And secondly, when talking about the two institutions offering the highest RoI, the fees of TISS, Mumbai includes hostel accommodation and mess charges, while the meagre 21,000 fees of FMS,Delhi is only the college fees and doesn't include hostel fees or food expenses. The fees of TISS, Mumbai for a non-hostler is around 1,10,000. So, in all, the recent amendments in the fees structure, makes TISS, Mumbai atop of FMS, Delhi in terms of RoI.

1 May 2019, 10.26 AM

Kanishk Anand Sharma

Has the interest been included for the moratium (I am not sure if I spelled it right) and post that calculated. After talking around, I have learnt most colleges 15+ lacs take 4-6 years to repay the loan.

3 May 2019, 01.43 PM

Atulya Amar

You should have considered 70% of the CTC as in-hand salary.

16 May 2019, 09.24 PM