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Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's S P Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) is a leading school of management in the heart of India’s financial centre, Mumbai. SPJIMR is a part of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and functions as an autonomous institute with entrepreneurial agility. It consistently ranks amongst the top ten management institutes in India.

Inaugurated in 1981 by the then British Prime Minister, the Late Hon. Margaret Thatcher, SPJIMR’s mission is to Influence Practice and Promote Value-based Growth. It builds on this mission through pedagogic innovations and pioneering programmes, carving a distinctive path in management education.

SPJIMR has acquired the reputation of meeting societal needs of under-managed sectors by offering unique, purposeful and relevant initiatives. More than 1,000 participants from diverse backgrounds are enrolled at any given time across a range of management programmes offered by SPJIMR.

SPJIMR has been awarded accreditation by the prestigious AACSB International -The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

 

Courses

PGDM

Post Graduate Diploma in Management

Fee Structure

The fee for the Class of 2019-21 for Indian students is Rs. 17.50 lakhs*

(This fee includes tuition fee, basic hostel/ accommodation and Global Fast Track. It does not include cost of travel, boarding, lodging, visa, insurance and incidentals for Global Fast Track.)

*This fee is indicative and is subject to revision.

 Selected candidates for the PGDM programme are eligible for merit cum means based financial assistance.  Any financial assistance will be made available only once the programme commences. This assistance is subject to approval by the panel.

PGPM

Post Graduate Programme in Management

Fee structure

Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) Class of 2020

Sr.No.

Fee Details

Amount INR (Indian Rupees)

1

Admission Fee

65,000

2

Tuition Fee

1,100,000

3

Computer / IT services fee/ Reading Material, Books/ Library & Database fee

75,000

4

Hostel fee (Shared accommodation)*

95,000

5

Development Fee

70,000

6

Career Services Fee

55,000

7

Fees for International Immersion **

350,000

 

Total

1,810,000

8

Estimated cost for airfare, visa fees, airport transfer, insurance (Will be charged on actuals)

150,000

 

TOTAL

1,960,000

 

GMP

Global Management Programme

PGMPW

Post Graduate Management Programme for Women

Fee Structure

The fee for the batch of 2021 is Rs 10,95,188/- (Including GST). The fee includes admission fee, tuition fee, development fee and placement service fee

Those who would like to avail hostel facilities would need to pay separate hostel fees. The hostel fees is Rs. 1,02,500/- The charges are excluding the meals.

You can avail of bank loan on the basis of the offer letter given by SPJIMR.

We do not have tie-ups with any bank.

FPM

Fellow Programme in Management

 

SPJIMR has announced the successful closure of placements for the PGDM Class of 2020. In what was considered a tough year for B-school placements, SPJIMR saw 122 companies participating in the placement process, rolling out over 300 offers to 238 participants of the PGDM Class of 2020.

The performance reflected strong demand for talent from SPJIMR, which has consistently stood out as a preferred place for recruiters particularly because of its approach to inculcating values through innovative experiential learning, and the high degree of industry integration, and consequent curriculum relevance.

The average annual salary for the batch came in at INR 26.36 LPA, a 15.1 per cent growth over last year. The median annual salary is INR 25 lakhs. Over 86 per cent of the 238 participants secured offers in excess of INR 20 LPA.

Dr. Ranjan Banerjee, Dean & Professor-Marketing, said: “We are pleased that the industry continues to value our students. As an institute, we are continually trying to improve the relevance and quality of our curriculum. We are also trying to build deeper partnerships with industry. We believe that improved placements are a happy by-product of doing the right things on a day to day basis. We will continue to get better.”

Apart from traditional recruiters, several new companies from diverse sectors were on campus this year, bringing new breadth to the placements process. The companies that participated this year included The Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Co., Accenture Strategy, Intuit, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, American Express, Amazon, Flipkart, Uber, Deloitte, PwC, KPMG, EY, Hindustan Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, ITC, Bajaj Finserv and Go-MMT.  Despite challenging market conditions, a total of 44 new recruiters were on campus at SPJIMR offering aspirational roles across multiple functions. New recruiters for this year included companies like Alvarez & Marsal, The Bridgespan Group, Praxis Global Alliance, Bank of America, Landmark Group, Intuit, Cisco, Sabre Partners, Spark Capital, Udaan, BYJU'S, Ola cabs, Swiggy and Dabur.

 Around 60 per cent of the batch received PPO/PPI opportunities through their autumns internship at leading corporates which included The Boston Consulting Group, Alvarez & Marsal, Accenture Strategy, Tata Administrative Services, Mahindra GMC, Procter & Gamble, Hindustan Unilever, Amazon, Uber among others. A large number of offers once again depicts the trust shown by the corporate world in SPJIMR’s unique autumn internship model. Autumn Internships (Aug-Oct) are taken up by the students after the completion of courses in their area of specialisation followed by advanced specialisation courses at leading universities in the US.

 

Dr Sajeev A George, Chairperson PGDM, said, "It gives us great satisfaction and delight to have achieved significantly superior placement outcomes this year, in spite of the seemingly not so favourable external environment. One of the most commendable aspects this year is the large number of PPOs offered to our students after their autumn internship projects and their record conversion rate. The placement outcomes help validate the currency and relevance of our curriculum that strives to balance between the short- term and long-term needs of our students.”