LinkedIn Profile Checklist For Students!

LinkedIn is a professional networking site which has grown from just 500,000 users to 50 million users over the years. It is not only said to be a social-professional networking platform, but is considered to be a necessity tool for every person out there wanting to connect with each other for business, hiring, research or networking purpose. Yes, personal branding is as essential as marketing a product in the market.

For today’s millennial generation, who are aspiring to enter into the world of corporate space (and strategies!),  it is so very important to keep a regular check on LinkedIn profile essentials.

If you are just starting new on LinkedIn, the process can be a little overwhelming for you. To make things easier, we have made a quick checklist for MBA students, and all other kinds of aspirants to help you get started on the right track.

Here is our 6 point checklist for your LinkedIn profile :-

1. First Step To Start

  • You must have over 100 connections
  • Make sure you put a professional photo
  • Your profile should be SEO driven. Keep a check on your keyword strategy, it should be in place for higher & right visibility of your profile
  • Work on your unique LinkedIn profile URL. 

2. Headline/Job Designation

  • Headline is possibly the most important thing on your LinkedIn profile. It permits you to use 120 characters to define yourself in every right and attractive manner for a user to simply click on your profile.

3. Summary

  • Your profile summary is a short description of your experience; skills, talents, and how you could (or can) add value to a company.
  • A summary should definitely include the quantified results with numbers and figures that was achieved in previous companies.

4. Experience

  • This section gives you a systematic way of displaying your work associations with previous employers, and also to add relevant amount of media files/pfs/blogs to portray your work establishments in a much extensive manner.
  • It is highly recommended to be detailed while writing the specifications about your work experience by providing employer’s background, years of association with the particular organization,  project details, accomplishments & KRAs.
  • This section also permits you to proceed with filling in some specifications about – Education, Courses, Certificates etc.

5. Recommendations & Endorsements

  • For right LinkedIn optimization it is suggested to at least have top 3 recommendations filled in. Recommendations are the best way to make your own profile speak for you from your references.
  • Endorsements are the display of your top skills on your profile. You must keep a check on the endorsements you receive from your network (and what you give back to your LinkedIn connects). Endorsements work like a give and take strategy. The more you connect with people on LinkedIn, the endorsements increases with time.

6. Networking & Connecting

  • Be a part of at least 10-15 relevant groups on LinkedIn. There is a large community on LinkedIn that could help you know what’s trending and bustling in your chosen domain around by just digitally interacting with them.
  • It is said that sharing is important, but only if it relevant & effective. Post relevant articles on your profile at least once a week.
  • Make sure you connect with two new much relevant users on LinkedIn on a monthly basis.
  •  Messaging on LinkedIn is one of the strongest tools to sustain your network. You must message to your known network, one to an unknown LinkedIn user on a weekly basis.
  • Make sure you follow at least 5 new companies that you are interested in.

References : 
– LinkedIn
– Levo League
– Career Contessa

A Vibrant Campus Life at IILM

A typical day on campus is exciting, challenging, zealous, active & inclusive. There is learning beyond the curriculum, which involves building on soft skills like teamwork, interactions, networking, and communication. The students are encouraged to pursue co-curricular interests, a variety of clubs and organizations exist on campus offering a range of leadership opportunities. They offer the scope of refining management and leadership skills, exploring interests and building networks.

Students at IILM have the opportunity to interact with business professionals & successful business managers in and out of the classroom set up all throughout the year. It works like a learning community where students are encouraged to make conscious decisions about the quality – rather than the quantity – of their engagement in a wide range of organizations, activities, and programs.

We also believe that students’ emotional and physical well-being is connected directly to their potential for academic, professional, and personal success. Through close collaboration and communication among faculty, staff, students, and their families, we work hard to ensure that every student is empowered to have a transformative IILM experience.

Some of the events that made a mark in 2016 -17 on campus with accompanied eminent personalities –

1. International Conference – PRME – IILM is one of the three business schools that are PRME Champions from Asia. PRME initiative is the largest organised relationship between the United Nations and business schools.


2. Annual Alumni Meet Up – Alumni Meet Up is an annual event to bring together the alumni & fellow batch mates to communicate and network with the current students of IILM. We also felicitate our senior alumni, reflecting on their journey with IILM that has enriched over the years.


3. Distinguished Global Thinker Awards – The 9th IILM Distinguished Global Thinker Award was conferred on Mr Naveen Jain in 2016. Naveen Jain is an entrepreneur and philanthropist – founder of Moon Express and Infospace.


4. PGDM Placement Week – Companies recruiting from IILM come from a diverse set of industries, covering almost 23 sectors. We have 300+ companies on campus offering job opportunities to students every year.


5. Annual HR & Marketing Conference – Departmental conferences are focus based discussions & engagement that is centrally constructed around continuous changes, innovations & ideas emerging out of management domains. Industry professionals are invited on campus across different sectors to have an engaged interaction with our students and faculty.

All in all, IILM is a vibrant & learning community where students are encouraged to make conscious desc ions in life pertaining to professional,  and personal counters. There are a lot many such events that are organized across all three campuses. Guest lectures, Alumni sessions, Management conferences, Annual college festivals, TEDx talks, Inter-campus debates and in house publications are just a few of the options available to the students to expand their horizons in terms of overall development.

Why You Must Experience The IILM PGDM Academic Journey

“India needs you as future leaders. I look forward to following the success of the graduates from this school. You have a strong affinity to this school. Keep that affinity, give back; i think that’s really very important. I wish all the graduates and i am looking forward to collaborate with some of you in the boardroom as we start pondering about trade, business & studies in Canada.”

 H.E Mr Nadir Ptael, High Commissioner for Canada to India, addressing graduating students at IILM 2015 convocation.

There are a many reasons that made our students believe in the big academic journey of IILM, hence they decided to be a part of India’s leading business school. Watch their stories on our Youtube channel and get inspired.

Our students are trained differently from the typical classroom setting. They have sound academic knowledge supplemented with experiential learning that helps them do well at every on field project they undertake. They are armed with the concepts and skills required to make them a cut above the rest. They are confident and effective decision makers- ready to be recognized amongst the best in the country.

So, you are just one decision away to achieve the best of your academic & career goals. Fill in your details, and reserve your IILM admission seat for PGDM Batch 2017-19.

Become a Part of the IILM Alumni Network Leading the World

Long after our PGDM graduates leave IILM campuses, the alumni network that they became a part of continues to play a very crucial role in their professional and personal lives. Whether they are looking for good business leads or some job opportunities, are moving to a new city and building a social professional network, or for just about anything else, the IILM alumni network is there to help.

With over 9000+ alumni spread across 30 countries, the IILM alumni network is vibrant, engaged and growing with every passing day. The network is very active and passionate about helping each other. Many of the IILM alumni network testify that their career growth after IILM PGDM can directly be attributed to the alumni referrals and job postings on the network.

A lot of alumni also turn to the network for guidance and ideas on solving challenges that they confront at work. The collective input from IILM alumni network leads to faster and effective solutions. Organisations have come to deeply appreciate this and encourage their HR team to recruit more IILM graduates, from the alumni network as well as directly through placements.

With more than 9000 graduates as leaders in various entrepreneurial & managerial avenues: the IILM Alumni network is a diverse community of doers & achievers. The relationships that students will build and the support they will receive through Alumni will result into a lifelong professional & personal bond.

Hear from some of our graduates as what they have to say about the unique IILM PGDM experience.

Manish Kathuria IILM alumni“The IILM experience was truly fantastic.I still recall the multiple orientations which we have had at various corporates, which was the first brush with what was in store and helped in tuning ourselves better.”

– Manish Kathuria 
National Business Manager: Priority Banking

Kotak Mahindra Bank


Mohit Chopra IILM alumni“Globally benchmarked curriculum of IILM produces the vibrant, ambitious and  dynamic managers of future. I strongly believe IILM is building and fashioning entrepreneurs and leaders of future.”
– Mohit Chopra 
Product Head and Job fair and Events

Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd. (Times of India Group) – BCCL


Kapil Chanana IILM alumni“I have only great things to say about IILM. I can state with confidence that my life has truly changed because of the quality education and knowledge i gained from IILM through professionals on board & the senior faculty on campus.” 

– Kapil Chanana 

Marketing Leadership 
Coca Cola India Pvt Ltd


We want you to know that you won’t be alone in this big IILM academic journey!

A community of 9000 graduates spread across over 30 countries have been a part of the IILM PGDM programme.  We keep in touch with all of our alumni, and also organise IILM Annual Alumni Reunion & Felicitation every year to bring them all together.

Media highlights of IILM Annual Alumni Meet 2017 – 

All this sharing and exchanging of resources and opportunities, socio-professional interactions and a strong support system are not only rewards in themselves, but also serve a bigger purpose. This all contributes to build a strong sense of belonging and promote a mind-set of helping the IILM fraternity.

So, come on-board and become a part of the IILM alumni network leading the world!

Annual Entrepreneurship Conference : Mobilizing Entrepreneurial Thinking in an Uncertain World

IILM institute for Higher Education organized the Third Annual Entrepreneurship Conference on 7th April 2017 at its Lodhi Road Campus.  The conference was centered on the theme “Mobilizing Entrepreneurial Thinking in an Uncertain World”. The focus of the conference was on fast changing uncertain world and opportunities for entrepreneurship and associated risks, structured around three key sessions.

The conference started with the welcome remarks by Dr. Daisy Mathur Jain from Entrepreneurship Development Cell, IILM. In her welcome address she pointed out the tremendous growth in Entrepreneurship in India for our youth brimming with ideas and energy. She took the opportunity to mention that IILM does its best to promote and inspire this new generation through their undergraduate program – BBA in Entrepreneurship – inspiring students to be innovative in their thoughts and actions to grow their family businesses or to grow as entrepreneurs themselves.

The Opening plenary entitled “Mobilizing Entrepreneurial Thinking in an Uncertain World” wherein Mr. Rajiv Chawla, Founder & Chairman of JaiRaj Group of Industries, Ms. Padmaja Ruparel, Angel investor and President Indian Angel Network, and Dr. Sarandeep Singh, Chairman and CEO of Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment (WEE) Foundation shared their journey and inspired the young entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Mr. Chawla spoke about the exponential entrepreneur and elucidated the five step process to reach there – digitization, deception, disruption, demonitization and dematerialization. Ms. Ruparel, citing significant historical examples, emphasized that India is the most entrepreneurial country and urged the youthful audience to “Just go build it and make it happen!”. Dr. Singh, in his thoroughly engaging speech, underlined the importance of the disruptive mindset, the need to ask the question “Why not?” instead of “Why?” while starting on the entrepreneurial path.

The panel discussion on “Women Entrepreneur’s – Breaking Barriers using Science And Technology” had award winning young women entrepreneurs sharing their experiences and wisdom – Ms. Neha Upadhyay, Founder and Macrobiotic Coach – Guna Organics, Ms. Pooja Bhayan, Founder – Lets Barter, Ms. Ankita Gulati, innovator of a series of Multimodal books designed to help the visually impaired, and Ms. Tarusha Mittal, COO and Co–Founder of Cloudrino. Each of them was part of the WEE Foundation and had started with a problem that they wished to solve, and came up with innovative answers. Through the discussion all four emphasized the importance of perseverance, to get up and start again every time you fall, before you can see some light. They also encouraged the budding entrepreneurs to seek help and support which experienced entrepreneurs and mentors are more than willing to offer.


The closing plenary was based on the theme “Entrepreneurial Journey: Lessons Learned from Front Liners”. Mr. Aditya Singhal, Founder and CEO of IML Jeans Co, Mr. Vaibhav Lall, Founder Khojdeal, Mr. Samit Saxena – Founder & CEO of DJNNI, and Ms. Sonal – CEO and Founder of White Cub Dairy Free Ice Creams were the distinguished panelists. Mr. Singhal underlined the importance of understanding the customer’s needs, treating them as being special and to analyse the demand for the product. He further emphasized the significance of a supportive environment and people around the young entrepreneur to allow the germination of the idea to a full blown set-up. Mr. Lall stressed the importance of translating the idea into action immediately on conception – “Don’t wish for it, work for it!” as he put it. Mr. Saxena urged the aspirants to check the suitability of the idea in the current context and to not get intimidated by the competition, highlighting the approach – build, measure, learn – as the key to success. Ms. Sonal shared her entrepreneurial journey inspiring the students, the entrepreneurs of tomorrow, to take timely action and to market their product well.

The active participation from students and faculties made the conference a great success. It provided an engagement opportunity for students and faculty to listen to new ideas and experiences from distinguished speakers and also to network with established entrepreneurs and investors.

Career Development Journey of IILM Students

Students pursuing MBA by every mean believes to have an inspiring career journey from the start of academic period and till the very end of final placements. Business students pursue management for many reasons, and it is the responsibility of college to provide best of available resources & support to make career development journey of each and every student a remarkable one, perhaps that is the only way ROI can be justified thoroughly.

Dr. Shivani Khurana, IILM Placement Head (Lodhi Road Campus) says, “IILM is able to deliver something that many other schools are not able to deliver. The vert fact that it’s a two-year programme in the heart of the city attracts a certain personality to the programme. People who are anxious and fast-paced for change, and spending as short as possible time, before they embark on a new career.”

Let’s witness the Career Development Journey of IILM students through a face to face interaction with some of our significant team members explaining the journey in three steps, that is – Know yourself, Know the market & Have a strategy.

At IILM the team of Career Development Centre (CDC) enables every student with necessary skills & insights, to continue the journey and embark upon every student’s dreams. Fundamentally it is very important to not only inspire career journey but also academic period a countable one.

Career journey is primarily molded in the running academic period on the outcome of companies visiting IILM campus for Final Placements. IILM has been making considerable efforts in getting some top major brands every year. This year the CDC team brought in association with Cadbury’s, Deloitte, HDFC, Protiviti, Tata Communications, Genpact, IMRB & NDTV.

The companies visited us with a unique blend of positions and offers for students. This is truly the time for students when they can portray their best efforts, capabilities, and personality to some of the most potential recruiters.

As one of the leading institutes for Business learning, IILM is setting up a new trend of much refine standards in terms of placements of the PG students. In this present market of a great competition, creativity and monetary benefits, preparing the students for an uncertain future is what it takes to claim the much desired holistic learning experience in this college.


Working On That Dream Job

Students are always in dilemma of how to manage this phase with ever increasing load of classes and exams. There are certain questions that pop up in every student’s mind.

► When should you start your preparations?
► What all should you prepare?
► How to stay calm and cool at the most crucial times?

As a student, going through the same emotions & anxiety makes me eligible to give answer to these questions and I am pretty sure these tips would definitely help you all.


Most of us entering a B-school have different motives and most of the time first year is more enjoyable than second because we still carry our graduation days to the B-school. Most of us generally start to think about preparations after our SIP when we have freshly completed our internships and are now more aware of what and where do we want to go.

However, starting to prepare just couple of months before the real thing actually breaks most of us rather than giving us that confidence. The main reason for this is ever growing pressure that we have to contain with at this time. Exams, reports, projects, classes and everything takes precedence over what we thought would be a time to invest in preparations for our interviews. So why wait for the last 2 months, and why not start just when you enter the B-school. Yes, my friends starting just when you enter the school is the best time when you can plan your preparations. Just to give you a heads up, your day to chit chats with friends, reading news on your devices, watching videos of you tube can actually help you prepare for the big moment. You would not realize that by doing all this in these two years will eventually lead you to success without tension & stress.


With so many opinions from friends, seniors, faculty, relatives we actually end being confused rather than clear with what all to prepare. So why not you take the charge and extract information on what all should you prepare. With the most powerful tool “internet” in your hands, you can actually change the way you work. There are plenty of blogs, articles which will help you prepare in most accurate way. Amidst everything, you would definitely need advices from people around you, but it’s time to take on responsibility for yourselves. There have been lot of students who prepare according to the organization they have applied for. If you think you are well prepared to crack that, just go ahead. However, if you have any skepticism about this, why not prepare all (Aptitude, GD, Interview, GK, Company Overview etc). Over preparation will not harm you or your mind in any case, it will just give you more knowledge and confidence to perform well.

An organization who has a set pattern for interviews might change this at the last moment due to number of reasons. Why would you give them a chance to eliminate you because you were not prepared? Hence, spend time on preparing for your GD, Interviews, Aptitude etc and just don’t waste any chance to impress the recruiters.


Listed below are some tips which will help you focus and stay more calm and composed during the process:

Start preparing at the right time
Do not get bogged down by others negativity & suggestions
Take responsibility for your actions
Do what you think is the best
Prepare yourself so strong that recruiters have no choice but to select you
Meditate and focus on what you want to achieve rather than going behind what others are trying to do

Guys, these are simple tips that shall really change the way you prepare and perform. It’s the way you think that really paves the way for your success


Wish you all the best for your dream jobs.

~ Prateek Singh Bawa
IILM PGDM 2014-16

Get Your Resume Noticed In 6 Seconds

Dear applicants, the recruiters have finally confessed the secret. The time span of a recruiter checking your resume stays between 5-7 seconds, says online job search site The Ladders as per the research done by them. This equals to about 30-40 words on resume in total.

There’s always this anxiety in us to know what happens next when we apply for a job. How long are recruiters reading our resume? What are the major areas of concern on a resume for recruiters?  What interests them to not toss the resume in recycle bin?

Let’s glance through a few facts below unleashing the figures and facts related to recruiters’ activity. (A study was done by Undercover Recruiter on the analytics of CV through a recruiter’s point of view.)

► 200 applications are received when a job is posted
► Average time spent looking at the CV lasts for about 7 seconds
► 15% chance is the attached cover letter will be read too
► 1 spelling or grammar mistake your CV will be thrown out
► 80% of CVs are rejected with photos attached on it
► 60% of recruiters will search for your other social media profiles
► 80% of CVs are rejected if you have unprofessional email address

After the careful analysis of survey done by The Ladders on job recruiters to figure out what matters the most on your resume – firstly, they found out the areas of content that is largely ignored, secondly – the top six aspects on which recruiters pay maximum of their attention, such as –

► Name
► Current Title / Company
► Previous Title / Company
► Current position start end dates
► Previous position start and end dates
► Education

So, what do you do to make your CV gain worth a second glance? We would say, the best solution is to summarize your CV at the earliest.  Try applying following smart tricks to keep your CV visible in that span of 6 seconds precisely –

► Tailor your resume summary as per each job application you apply for – Try to highlight your areas of expertise most relevant to the particular position you are applying for and use them in the summary. This will help a recruiter focus his/her attention on the areas that are expected out of you to perform, hence it improves the interview process.

► Mention the result outcomes you’ve achieved in those areas of expertise – Focus on how you have helped organizations achieve their goals. Simply focus on specific results that have benefited other organizations. And most importantly, how well your accomplishments distinguish you from other candidates.

► Highlight the major industries you’ve been associated along with years of experience – This space gives you an opportunity to explain the industries you’ve been associated with through out your career span. Try to talk about the areas which are most vital in terms of its relevancy and application.

► Make use of important key words that describes you as a best fit Avoid using generic words. Keywords are essential to make your resume strong in terms of right filtration of the most concerned set of words.

► It is equally important to work on LinkedIn profile alongside – Unlike just having about a few lines on your resumes summaries; you have up to 2000 characters in the summary section of your LinkedIn profile to highlight accomplishments and connect them to what you want to do next.

It is true that other parts of resume are also important. But a summary can captivate a recruiter’s mind at the right spot. Try to distinguish yourself from other candidates and create that need of your profile in recruiter’s eyes. In the end, all you can wait for is a call back on your phone.

The Ladders
Undercover Recruiter

Are You Keeping Your Eating Habits Around The Clock ?

– La Rochefoucauld

Healthy eating is not about strict dietary limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving ourselves of the foods we love. Rather, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, improving our outlook, and stabilizing our mood.

By using these simple tips, we can cut through the confusion and learn how to create a tasty, varied, and healthy diet that is as good for our mind as it is for our body.

We all know that eating right can help us maintain a healthy weight and avoid certain health problems, but our diet can also have a profound effect on our mood and sense of well being.

Eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, cooking meals at home, and reducing our intake of sugar and refined carbohydrates, may help to improve mood and lower our risk for mental health problems.

We don’t have to be perfect and we don’t have to completely eliminate foods; we enjoy to have a healthy diet.

Healthy Eating Tip 1 : Set yourself up for success

To set yourself up for success, think about planning a healthy diet as a number of small, manageable steps – like adding a salad to your diet once a day – rather than one big drastic change. As your small changes become habit, you can continue to add more healthy choices.

  • Prepare more of your own meals. Cooking more meals at home can help you take charge of what you’re eating and better monitor exactly what goes into your food.
  • Make the right changes. When cutting back on unhealthy foods in your diet, it’s important to replace them with healthy alternatives.
  • Instead of being overly concerned with counting calories, think of your diet in terms of colour, variety, and freshness. Focus on avoiding packaged and processed foods and opting for more fresh ingredients.
  • Focus on how you feel after eating. This will help foster healthy new habits and tastes. The more healthy food you eat, the better you’ll feel after a meal. The more junk food you eat, the more likely you are to feel uncomfortable, nauseous, or drained of energy.
  • Drink plenty of water. It’s common to mistake thirst for hunger, so staying well hydrated will also help you make healthier food choices.

Healthy Eating Tip 2 : Moderation is key

Key to any healthy diet is moderation. But what is moderation? In essence, it means eating only as much food as our body needs. You should feel satisfied at the end of a meal, but not stuffed.

For many of us, moderation also means eating less than we do now. But it doesn’t mean eliminating the foods we love.

  • Think smaller portions. Serving sizes have ballooned recently. When dining out, choose a starter instead of an entree, split a dish with a friend, and don’t order supersized anything.
  • Take your time. Stop eating before you feel full. It actually takes a few minutes for your brain to tell your body that it has had enough food, so eat slowly.
  • Eat with others whenever possible. Eating in front of the TV or computer often leads to mindless overeating.

Healthy Eating Tip 3 : Reduce sugar

Apart from creating weight problems, too much sugar causes energy spikes and has been linked to diabetes, depression, and even an increase in suicidal behaviours in young people.

Reducing the amount of candy and desserts you eat is only part of the solution as sugar is also hidden in foods such as bread, cereals, canned soups and vegetables, pasta sauce, margarine, instant mashed potatoes, frozen dinners, low-fat meals, fast food, and ketchup. Your body gets all it needs from sugar naturally occurring in food so all this added sugar just means a lot of empty calories.

Tips for cutting down on sugar

  • Slowly reduce the sugar in your diet. A little at a timeto give your taste buds time to adjust and wean yourself off the craving.
  • Avoid sugary drinks. Try drinking sparkling water with a splash of fruit juice instead.
  • Avoid processed or packaged foods.Like canned soups, frozen dinners, or low-fat meals that often contain hidden sugar.
  • Be careful when eating out. Most gravy, dressings and sauces are also packed with salt and sugar, so ask for it to be served on the side.
  • Eat healthier snacks. Cut down on sweet snacks such as candy, chocolate, and cakes. Instead, eat naturally sweet foodsuch as fruit, peppers, or natural peanut butter to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Healthy Eating Tip 4 : Eat plenty of colourful fruits and vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are low in calories and nutrient dense, which means they are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.

Try to eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables every day as deeply colored fruits and vegetables contain higher concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Add berries to breakfast cereals, eat fruit for dessert, and snack on vegetables such as carrots, or cherry tomatoes instead of processed snack foods.

Healthy Eating Tip 5 : Bulk up on fiber

Eating foods high in dietary fiber can help you stay regular, lower your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, and help you lose weight.

  • In general, the more natural and unprocessed the food, the higher it is in fiber.
  • Good sources of fiber include whole grains, wheat cereals, barley, oatmeal, beans, and nuts, vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes, and fruits such as apples, berries, citrus fruits, and pears.
  • An easy way to add more fiber to your diet is to start your day with a whole grain cereal.

  Always remembr! It’s not just what you eat, but when you eat

  • Eat breakfast, and eat smaller meals throughout the day. A healthy breakfast can jump start your metabolism, while eating small, healthy meals (rather than the standard three large meals) keeps your energy up.
  • Avoid eating LATE NIGHTHimanshi Grover
    IILM Nutritionist 

Things To Get Excited About Starting Your PGDM at IILM

New academic session for PGDM batch 2016-18 is just around the corner. We are absolutely excited to welcome you all.

Before the session begins, there are things you ought to know about IILM as a premier B-School.  You will be left overwhelmed with all the excitement awaiting for you on campus

1. Welcome To IILM Campus – We Are So Very Glad You Chose Us 


2. Alumni Network – You Are Stepping Into Big Fat IILM Alumni Family With Over 9000+ Members


3. Top Notch Companies On Campus – Get Ready To Work With Your Dream Company


4. Best Faculty On Campus – Walk Along With Your Guiding Light On Campus At Every Step


5. Global Study Program – Learn Business At International Destinations


6. Centrally Located Campuses – Your Safety And Security Is Important To Us


7. Conferences On Campus – You Chase Your Passion, And Find Happiness With Others


8. Annual College Festival – IILM iFest. Brace Yourselves For The Show, Folks


9. International Faculty At IILM Campus – It Is Time For Some Business Lessons From International Scholars


10. What’s Happening On Campus? – PRME, Global Thinker Award, Tedx, IILM Alumni Meet Up, Annual HR Conference , Entrepreneurship Conference, Recruiters Network Meet, And More!