colleges/colleges/IIM_Begalore_Karnataka.webp

Bengaluru, Karnataka

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM B)

by Tanaya Ahirrao 112 April 22, 2024

IIM Bangalore Batch Profile 2023

IIM Bangalore welcomed 531 candidates for its MBA batch and 75 students for its MBA (Business Analytics) batch. Let’s look at the batch profile for the Post Graduate Programme in Management 2023!

Bachelors Discipline Break-Up

DisciplineFemaleMaleTotal
Engineering121321442
Arts/Humanities15520
Commerce252752
Law101
Science6511
Others516
Total173359532

The batch consisted of 173 females and 359 males83% of the batch was from an engineering background. 13 candidates possessed a Professional qualification such as CA/CS/ICWA.

IIM Bangalore Batch Profile 2023

41% of students were from IITs and NITs. 23.58% from the IITs and 26.07% from the NITs.

University TypeFemaleMaleTotal
IIT1688104
NIT3679115

Also Read, IIM Bangalore Placements

cat-percentile-predictor

Work Experience Profile

Experience (Months)FemaleMaleTotal
No experience162743
1-12336295
13-2472160232
25-36244771
37-48184462
Above 48101929
Total173359532

A work experience of 106 months is considered to be high, 1 month is considered to be low and 24 months was the average work experience in the 2023 batch.

Age Profile

AgeFemaleMaleTotal
19-22252954
23-25111248359
26-283677113
Above 28156
Total173359532

The batch had an average age profile of 24 years, while 35 years and 19 years were high and low respectively.

Also Read, IIM Banglore Admission

IIM Bangalore 2024: Financial Aids and Scholarships

Financial Aids

Financial help is provided by IIMB to deserving students. Ensuring that no student is denied an education at IIMB due to financial constraints is the goal of the financial aid policy of the university.

Any PGP student who makes less than INR 800,000 a year in their family income is qualified to apply for financial help. IIM Bangalore also take into consideration those students who have serious financial challenges as a result of unexpected events that happened suddenly.

The Financial money Committee decides the amount of money to be given and the number of grantees in two steps.

  1. In the first step, students receive a financial status score based on four factors: Annual Gross Household Income (which includes the student's income if they were employed prior to joining IIMB and any outstanding loans, as long as they weren't taken for conspicuous consumption), Household Savings, Real Estate Assets, and Other Assets.
  2. Based on this score, a faculty panel will contact some students for in-person interactions, where they will assess the students' financial need and determine whether the information they submitted on their application was truthful. The faculty panel will then assign a financial need score based on the weighted average of these two scores. Applicants will receive 100%, 80%, 60%, 40%, or 20% financial aid.

Scholarships

Apart from Financial Aid, which is granted only on the basis of financial need, PGP students are also awarded many scholarships based on merit or merit plus need, as explained below:

  1. Aditya Birla Scholarship: PGP candidates in both their first and second year are eligible for this merit-based award. If they place in the top 25% of the first year's batch, students who receive scholarships in the first year are allowed to apply for renewal in the following year. Each student would receive a scholarship of INR 1.75 lakh.
  2. OPJEMS prize: Second-year PGP students are eligible to apply for this merit-based prize. Applications are open to the top ten students in the second year, determined by their first year's academic standing. OP Jindal Group will administer an online test, and one student from each academic year will get a reward. The 1.50 lakh rupee scholarship is awarded.
  3. NTPC Scholarship Programme: The annual scholarship is worth INR 48,000. Scholarship recipients are those who fall into the SC/ST/PwD categories, are enrolled in their second year of management studies, and passed the first year test on their first try.
  4. Scholarship for Employment in the Social Sector: Under this scholarship, the winner gets reimbursed for one-third of the costs at the conclusion of each work year for the first three years spent in the social sector.
  5. Ministry of Tribal Affairs Scholarship (ST): First-year PGP candidates from Scheduled Tribes are eligible to apply for the National Scholarship for Higher Education, which is administered by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India. This award provides complete tuition reimbursement.
  6. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment Scholarship (SC): Meritorious first-year SC students are invited to apply for the National Scholarship for Higher Education for Scheduled Caste students, which is administered by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. This award provides complete tuition reimbursement.
  7. The Persons with Disabilities (PwD) Department of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment: a disabled individual who is at least 40% disabled and has a disability certificate from any recognised medical organisation. This scholarship has an annual value of INR 255,000.Students can apply for additional State Government Scholarships through the financial aid and scholarship offices in addition to the aforementioned scholarships.
Name of ScholarshipCriteria
Siddharth Padam ScholarshipA candidate from the Director's Merit List with the highest CGPA in the Eco and F&A; related core courses in the PGP first year
IIMB PGP Alumni First Batch (1976) ScholarshipA woman DAP candidate(a man DAP if women candidate is not eligible) who has completed first year PGP successfully
Runwal Educational Trust scholarshipStudents who are in the top 40% at the end of the first year and financial aid score of the students who have applied for financial aid in the first year is compared and common candidates from these two list are identified. . A weighted average sore is calculated by applying 30% to their CGPA and 70% to their FAS
Srimati Saraswati Kulkarni Prize for Excellence in EntrepreneurshipAwarded to the student with a top CGPA in the entrepreneurship course
Ubuntu ScholarshipAwarded to PGP 2nd year student with a minimum of 2.0 CGPA at the end of first year. This is on a merit cum means basis. Candidate should have applied for financial aid too. Student meeting these 2 criteria along with highest financial need overall score will be awarded the scholarship
Nitin Agarwal ScholarshipNeed based scholarship - Given to student who has received no other financial aid/scholarship. A student with highest financial aid score below the financial aid scholarship cut off will be selected for this scholarship. Given in PGP 2nd year during the MBA orientation program.
Deepankar Khiwani ScholarshipTo two PGP student based on Merit cum Means
PGP class of 1989 scholarshipAwarded to the student who has received no other financial aid/scholarship. It is a means scholarship
Smt Parvathi and Sri Vedula Krishnamurthy Scholarship awardA student who is on the DML with highest CGPA in competition & strategy, Business Govt & Society & entrepreneurial learning rank list (PGP 2nd Year)
PGP 1998 Batch ScholarshipProvide scholarships for 4 students who are admitted in the category of differently abled. Merit cum needs scholarship.
Parameshwara Iyer AwardAwarded to the student who has received no other financial aid/scholarship. It is a means scholarship
cracku

Boost your Prep!

Download App