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A view of the IIM-Calcutta building. The IIMs are in the eye of the storm with Human Resource Development Minister Murli Manohar Joshi saying that the premier management institutes must slash their fees from Rs 150,000 to Rs 30,000.
Design: Rahil Sheikh | Photo: IIM-Calcutta

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IIMs: Big 3 seek fund for the weak
The three big Indian Institutes of Management -- at Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Calcutta -- have requested the human resources development and the finance ministry to provide more funds for the younger IIMs.

IIM directors agree on fee structure
Uniform fee may dilute brand IIM
IIM-Indore slashes fees to Rs 30,000
ITC chief sues The Telegraph for 'crores'
SC accedes to IIMs' request
IIM-B chairman faces flak from board
IIM-B too to defy fee-cut order
IIM-Bangalore set to file affidavit
IIM-A not to use full fees for now
IIM-Calcutta faculty too moves SC
IIM-A moves SC against fee cut
IIM: Case for need-based funding
IIM faculty's view not a concern: Joshi
SC issues notice to IIMs on fee-cut
Are the IIMs profiteering?
It's not about fee cut alone at IIMs
Accounts audited, says IIM-A
IIM MBAs: Wealth creators? Wealth chasers?
The real trouble with the IIMs
IIMs falling in line over fee-cut
Joshi has been misled on IIMs: Narayana Murthy
New petition in SC against IIM fee cut
'Financial irregularities may emerge'
Average IIM parent earns Rs 30-40,000 a month
IIM, the accidental brand
IIMs and meddlesome mandarins

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Online petition to the HRD Minister
IIMs must say 'No' to the government: T Thomas
Govt must let IIMs do their job: Sumeet Arora

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