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  • Balaji Institute of Telecom and Management
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Information pertaining to new admissions courses offered in the institutes, life in the society, campus life and so on have been given within the website. However, aspirants, visitors and students may have additional questions pertaining to the above, for which they are browsing the website and webpages of Sri Balaji Society and its four institutes. These questions have been listed and answered here and can be referred for query and doubt settlement.

Information pertaining to new admissions courses offered in the institutes, life in the society, campus life and so on have been given within the website. However, aspirants, visitors and students may have additional questions pertaining to the above, for which they are browsing the website and webpages of Sri Balaji Society and its four institutes. These questions have been listed and answered here and can be referred for query and doubt settlement.

Indian Telecom Industry is set for an attractive growth being the 2nd largest telecommunication market with 3rd highest number of internet users in the world. The Indian mobile economy is growing rapidly and will contribute substantially to India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), according to report prepared by GSM Association (GSMA) in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The country is the fourth largest app economy in the world. The must investment in new technologies will raise demand for the domain experts and hence creating great growth prospects for Telecom Managers. Here are few facts:

BITM, which is one of the sought after in the telecom sector both, amongst students and recruiters, offers tailor made telecom and IT courses to enable students manage the ever growing needs of the telecom sector, is one of the first institutes in the country to train managers for the technology industry. Here are 10 important reasons why should you be at BITM:

Preferred managerial job profiles in Telecom industry requires an engineering/ technical background as the industry is adapting new technologies and that too at fast pace. And, industry experts feel that it is extremely important to have good managerial skills backed by domain expertise. The general management education, therefore, is insufficient to develop the techno managerial skills required for the industry. Hence, the best option is to pursue Telecom Management.

 Increasingly more and more organizations in the industry wish to hire MBA graduates on whom they have to spend least amount of time and energy in training and that is why Telecom Management graduates become a preferred choice for campus placement, being industry ready.

In other words, your BE/ B.Tech. education can be seen as good foundation to pursue a techno managerial education- Telecom Management, ensuring your four years of engineering as a good investment.

Besides industry attractiveness is another very important reason why should you do MBA or PGDM in Telecom.

Indian Telecom Industry is set for an attractive growth being the 2nd largest telecommunication market with 3rd highest number of internet users in the world. The Indian mobile economy is growing rapidly and will contribute substantially to India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), according to report prepared by GSM Association (GSMA) in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The country is the fourth largest app economy in the world. The must investment in new technologies will raise demand for the domain experts and hence creating great growth prospects for Telecom Managers. Here are few facts:


There are many career options for Telecom Management students. Placements for these students usually happen for the roles - Consulting, Business Processes / Operations Consulting, Revenue management, Pre-Sales / Post Sales, Deployment Management, Vendor Management, Business Analysis, Research Analysis, Business Development – mainly B2B, Revenue/ Fraud Management, Project Management, Domain Specialist, MIS, Data Analytics, Supply Chain / Logistics, Quality and Security Management etc. in all the verticals including Telecom. Besides few other industries such as BFSI, Research, Consulting etc. require telecom domain experts.

The Telecom vertical covers range of organizations like IT & ITES (Infosys, TCS, HCL Technologies, Wipro, Tecnotree, Elitecore, Alepo, Capgemini, L&T Infotech, Sonata Softwares etc.) Service Providers (Jio, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea etc.), Research & Consulting (Frost & Sullivan, CRISIL, Evalueserve, Netscribes, Netcore etc.), Active & Passive Infrastructure (Indus Towers, American Tower, Aksh Optifibre, NSN etc.), Operations (Schindler India, Jio, Tata Teleservices etc.), Regulatory Bodies like TRAI, other organizations like COAI, TCOE-India and many more.

Yes. We work 365 days a yea and you can visit the Campus any time.

Applications are now open to the PGDM programme. You can apply online here.

Please register here if you are interested in the PGDM program at the Society. You will receive a verification email. Once you verify your email account, you can start your application process.

You may call our admission office at 020-6674 1235 or e-mail your query to

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admissions@balajisociety.org. You can also register your query in the online application tool where after you verify your email id.

At Sri Balaji Society, we do not believe that talent can be judged by a mere entrance score. While we place due importance to it, we do not have any cut off scores.

SBS has its internal assessment process which considers a number of parameters for selection of candidates. The final merit list is prepared based on

  1. Academic scores
  2. Entrance test scores
  3. Performance in GD/PI/Essay writing

Yes. If you are confident of securing a minimum of 50% aggregate marks you may apply to the PGDM programme at SBS.

We have 32 GD/PI centres across the country. You can get more details under: Admission Process

Sri Balaji Society evaluates your application based on various parameters mentioned in the ‘Admission Process’ section. The decision of the Society shall be final in this regard.

You can check your online application account to get latest updates. We will also be communicating important milestones on email.

Yes. We have MoU with PNB, HDFC Credila, and Avanse. Please refer to section Education Loan.

There is no management quota at Sri Balaji Society. Candidates are selected strictly on merit basis.

Yes. Refunds are processed if a candidate withdraws admission before the beginning of the session with a deduction of IMR 1000/-

This depends entirely on the availability of vacant seats. The seat is allotted to waitlisted candidates as and when a student withdraws admission.