The alumni membership has crossed 1700 as of now. All of them have been well placed in India and abroad.
The alumni are spread across countries like in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Muscat, USA, England, and Malaysia.
And those in India are seen well attuned to be taking up very responsible positions in such corporates as the South Indian Bank, Federal Bank, HDFC Bank, Ernst & Young, Dhanalakshmi Bank, ICICI Bank, Indian Air Force, KPMG, Pepsico, Dr.Reddy’s Laboratories, Nestle India Ltd., Asian Paints, Asianet, Malayala Manorama, The Indian Express, Colgate Palmolive, CEAT Tyres, Reliance Communications, Heinz India P Ltd., ICICI Securities, JRG Securities, Muthoot Finance, Geojith PNB Paribas, IDBI Federal, Amazon.com, HCL, ABN Amro, ING Vysya, BPL, Crompton Greaves and Marico Industries, UAE Exchange, Getit Info Services etc.Considered our “Brand Ambassadors”, the Alumni actively support the placement activities for the current students.
“I owe my success to GIM. It’s there that I was groomed for the position I hold now.”
“The ambiance, the facilities and the vibrant day schedule at GIM are tailor made to bring out the best in me”
“The course modules and the learning opportunities at GIM meet international expectations”
“All my success is because of GIM. I’m extremely delighted as GIM is growing year after year”
“GIM is the Institute which is specially made for MBA’s and it provides new horizons for learning”
“The co-operation among the students and teachers along with good guiding principles and management make GIM outstanding”
“A dedicated Faculty team, innovativeness and continuous monitoring makes GIM unique”
“GIM was an excellent platform that helped launch me on this glorious career”
The best part of our life is during college days. It’s during that time we will understand what we really want in our life and how can we reach there. So our college plays a major role in it. We do a lot a research before joining higher studies. I am proud to say that I got the golden opportunity to study in one of the best B- School. I would like to split my life as before and after my MBA graduation. It’s because those two years really transformed me holistically. Every student will be having their own experiences at college both good and bad. My U G degree is in physics and it was completely my choice to do MBA hence initially I had lots of confusions regarding the institutions. But fortunately my choice was the best none other than GIM. A shift from science to Management studies created a threat in me in coping up with new subjects. The blessing I had is the excellent faculty team at GIM. With pride I owe my success to my teachers at GIM. The most terrifying subject was accountancy, but the intensive coaching exposed me to gain confidence to specialize in Financial management. The first year was more of new things and as a naïve starter I found everything amazing. During the second semester GIM is too busy with intercollegiate and intra collegiate meets. I year was meant for learning and enjoyed a lot. The interesting fact is that academics will not be affected; exams and classes will proceed as per schedule. All the programs at GIM are organized and co-ordinated by the students. Management students will always hear the words like teamwork, leadership, benchmark, etc., all the time. It was our great opportunity to experience the real meaning of these words through responsibilities and GIM gave us the real platform. When I started going for management meets in other colleges I came to understand the quality of training provided by GIM in order to prepare us corporate ready grooming our competent skills. From my experience I would like to say during college days we start thinking about our future. Be on the lookout for role models. Maybe a certain professor is especially inspiring. Perhaps your college has some ground-breaking research going on. Be sensitive to your own gravity. If some area of study attracts you, we probe to know more about it. It might be the beginning of your self-definition process. Going to college is as much about realizing self along with getting the degree. I was not trained by my professors to score high in academics instead they gave me space to think and explore in my area. GIM provides an excellent podium to learn through experiences, learn through our mistakes and learn through exploring new paths. Success will definitely follow.