10. Why choose KIAMS?

  • Promoted by the Kirloskar’ group, India’s leading business conglomerate
  • 25 years in management thought leadership
  • Trained 10000 senior corporate executives through management development programmes
  • 18 batches of successfully placed managers
  • Ranked as a Top Business School in India by reputed agencies including Business India, Outlook, Careers 360, Career Connect, GHRDC etc.,
  • Highly qualified and experienced faculty
  • Two state of the art campuses – Harihar & Pune
  • Students admitted from 22 states.
  • KIAMS listed under 120 premium institutions in India. Our students are eligible for Scholar Loan scheme up to 20 lacs without tangible collateral security. Once students gets offer from KIAMS to join the course, they can approach any state bank of India branch across India to avail this facility.
  • Scholarship to meritorious students
  • Student assistantship to meritorious students
  • The institute also offers fellowship to bright and needy students. These have been instituted by the Kirloskar Foundation.
  • StEP or Student Enhancement Plan is a unique practice at the institute designed to strengthen the fundamentals needed of a manager to flourish in the corporate work place. This is executed through the Mentor-Protégé groups formed. The professors (mentors) handhold students (protégé) in improving the latter’s soft skills as well as technical cum managerial skills. Because of the Student Enhancement Plan, at the end of the two-year PGDM programme several skill sets of a student are considerably enhanced. These include communication skills, attitude development as well as critical analysis ability, current affairs knowledge, quantitative & qualitative aptitude and domain knowledge. A ‘Communication and Awareness Forum’ exists which supports students to become aware of developments happening in the environment.
  • KIAMS has a strong bond with its alumni who are employed in several blue chip companies. These executives are frequently invited to campus to deliver talks on contemporary business issues. They also conduct mock group discussions and personal interviews besides providing other inputs to make students industry ready. Besides alumni, senior managers are invited to interact with students and deliver talks on themes of national and international significance.
  • KIAMS provides employment opportunities to needy and meritorious students under the student assistantship programme. Six deserving students avail the paid student assistantship in which they assist the faculty in teaching, library, media support, campus support and case study development.
  • As per the directives of AICTE, we have already conducted an online test which included an aptitude and a communication test.