International School of Information Management - Student Life


Student Life

ISiM has a diverse student population, representing many states in India, and also from foreign countries and is a blend of graduates from various science and management disciplines. The M.Tech class of 2011 has approximately 92% being graduates from various Engineering disciplines, and the remaining 8% being graduates from other science and management disciplines. The class of 2011 has 23% of its class being from foreign countries, including China and the Middle East. The class of 2012 also has 27% of foreign students from countries including middle east and Tanzania. The class of 2013 has 64% of foreign students from countries including Iran, Thailand and South Korea. Students in ISiM are given freedom. They are allowed to stay in college campus round the clock. Lab systems are connected with round the clock Internet service and Wi-Fi facilities. Students are free to play indoor games like carrom, chess, checkers etc., and some outdoor games.

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