Published On 26/03/2018
The Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A) on Saturday raised the fee of its flagship post-graduate program (PGP) in management for 2018-20 to Rs22 lakh from Rs21 lakh. IIM Ahmedabad's PGP in Management and PGP Food and Agribusiness Management (PGP-FABM) fees were hiked from Rs. 19.5 lakh to Rs. 21 lakh last year
IIM Ahmedabad or IIMA held its 53rd Annual Convocation on Saturday, March 24, 2018, at the Louis Kahn Plaza, IIMA Main Campus, Ahmedabad. The institute’s director Erol D’Souza gave the information while talking to reporters on the sidelines of its 53rd convocation here.
“There was a discussion with regard to the fee. Like every year, there will be a rise in fee. In line with inflation, we shall be raising it by 5%. For PGP program the new fee will be Rs22 lakh for two years. There will be 5% increase in PGPX (Post Graduate Programme for Executives) fee as well,” he said.
The two-year full-time PGP, rated as one of the toughest MBA programme in the world to get admission, is the flagship programme of IIM Ahmedabad. The admission process consists of the nationally administered Common Admission Test (CAT), and subsequent rounds of personal interviews. The students are selected on the basis of their CAT scores, past academic performance and performance in the interviews.