Lloyd Business School is almost a 2-decade old independent college. The college is AICTE approved and is one of the best-ranked colleges of NCR. Located in Knowledge city and follows all the pacts of MBA colleges. Entrance is mandatory, along with an interview round. NCR colleges have set the benchmarks so high, and Lloyd is not far behind the best of colleges in India as in NCR, it is one of the best. One can even compare Lloyd Business School with FMS, or MDI. One difficulty was with placements as just like many other colleges of NCR. Lloyd too is facing a turbulent time with regards to placements. Many previous batches have had 100% placements, but not during our batch. However, the best part was that Lloyd Business School makes students corporate ready, and the college students will know all the objectives required by the corporate world. The college management too is quite good and from admissions to pass out the managements will support us throughout. My overall rating for the college would be 4 out of 5.
Beggars can't be choosers as to work in MNCs or top companies of India, one needs an MBA degree. This was my sole reason for doing an MBA, which is one of the toughest courses. The college's course structure was good, and every week college organizes a student welfare program. Many corporate people and politics are being called to groom students. The schedule of the course was too hectic. From Monday till Saturday, you can't get involved in any other activity as daily 9 to 4; you have to be in the college. The college also organizes picnic plans or industrial tours every year as we went to Bangalore and Chennai for our program.
Experience and faculty's knowledge is not meant to be answered as all the faculty had a wealth of it. They could buy lands and lands with their knowledge if I have to talk about their knowledge. Most of the faculty would be seen studying and doing a Google on what's new on the table. Reaching out to them was as easy as anything. One has to take time out to spend time with them as they would guide us perfectly on survival and progressing. Many students have been seen getting placed in MNCs but fired soon after. This is where the time spent with the faculty comes in play as they will teach you all the lessons of how to keep your colleagues and bosses happy.
Many companies every year visit the companies. Not all MNCs or top corporate but many call center companies and startups as well. Among MNCs Coca Cola, Amazon, and Samsung hired some of us. I wish I was one of them but nevertheless, the placements were not 100% but almost 70%. The package offered is ranged anywhere between 6-8 Lakhs per annum. It depends more on how you have performed at the college because the placement cell sends every report of the students to the visiting recruiters. Getting placed from campus is what one should try for as fetching an equivalent job independently is very difficult. I am among those, and that's why I can say that, if you are at this college, please take your studies and practicals seriously.
The college doesn't have hostels on campus, but the college offers both boys and girls hostel facilities. The boy's hostel was called Aryan Hostel, located around 3 kilometers from the college, while the girl's hostel known as Andaman Girls Hostel was located around 4 kilometers from the college. Metro station was near the boy's hostel, and one could take the metro for commuting or else they can also avail the bus facility of the college. Since I haven't stayed at the hostel that is all that I know about the hostels.
First thing first and that and that is the college's location. It's up to the mark and then comes the college building. For MBA students, it was a 5-floor building, and similarly there were a total of 3 such buildings at the campus. The buildings are fully air-conditioned as not just the classrooms, but even the college corridors were air-conditioned. The college has Wi-Fi facilities for the students but only in the college building. The Wi-Fi doesn't work outside the building. The entrance starts with a lush green garden, and it has taken the maximum space. The playing area is therefore very negligible. The college has merged the computer lab and library, and we could only access the labs and library of our building. The college has one small tea outlet and a proper canteen. Don't expect much from the infrastructure as it far from a world-class infrastructure but in terms of facilities the college has almost everything.
It's unlike DU colleges, where we would have events and all. Here the events too were education-related, and students mainly competed among themselves. Lloyd hardly sends their students for other competitions. In short, book yourself for Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm as at this time, you can go nowhere but the college.
Master of Business Administration [MBA], 2016
Posted on: Sep 13th, 2021
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