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IIMs MBA are the most prominent management institutes and top MBA School in India. With its convenient approach, modern facilities and well-qualified and experienced faculties, an IIM can provide quality management education in India that can be compared with the best business schools of the world. Getting into an IIM is not easy as Common Admission Test or CAT, through which IIIM admission is primarily done, is not an easy nut to crack.

Scoring high in the CAT is also not adequate to get a seat in an IIM; one also needs to perform well in the group discussions and personal interview. No doubt, IIMs are among top management colleges in India. Right now there are seven IIM centers in India located at seven different states. These are: IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Indore, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Kozhikode and IIM Lucknow. Studying at one of the IIMs in India is a dream that can come true through hard work and effort.

IIM MBA Programs

The types of MBA programs offered by Indian Institute of Management include:

Full-time MBA Program
Full-time IIM MBA program is the most common and usually lasts for two years.

Accelerated MBA Program
Accelerated IIM MBA programs are a distinction of full time programs, lasting 18 months or less, involving a higher course load.

Part-time MBA Program
Part-time IIM MBA programs are generally conducted on weekday evenings, after normal working hours. Part-time programs generally last three years or more. The students in these programs usually consist of working professionals.

Executive MBA Program
Executive IIM MBA programs and courses are developed to meet the educational needs of managers and executives, allowing them to earn an MBA degree in two years or less while working full time.

Distance learning MBA Program
Distance learning IIM MBA classes are off-campus. These programs and courses are offered via correspondence (postal mail/email), non-interactive broadcast video, pre-recorded video, live teleconference or video conference, offline or online courses.