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Admission Procedure

 PGDM admission 2024 : Selection List & Waiting List

 

 

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PGDM Admissions 2024 : Highlighted points

Eligibility :

  • Any Graduate with at least 50% marks
  • Accept scores of CAT-2023, XAT-2024, CMAT-2024
  • Upper age limit is 28 years for General, EWS, OBC-NC candidates and 30 years for SC/ST/DA candidates as on 1st July 2024.

 Total seats : 180

Category

Quota Percentage

No. of students (Intake 180)

General/ EWS

50%

(includes 10% EWS)

General = 72

EWS = 18

NC-OBC

27%

49

SC

15%

27

ST

7.5%

13

DA / PWD

0.5%

01

 

 Expected Cut off for Shortlisting – 

Category

Expected Cut-Off Percentile

CAT

XAT

CMAT

General /  EWS

75

85

95

NC-OBC /  SC/ST/DA

71.25

80.75

90.25

  

Selection as per Merit list.

 Weightages for Merit list – 

Criteria

Sub Criteria

Weightage for marks

Max. Marks

Marks secured

Past academic record

10th Class

2%

2

The candidate shall earn weightage in the same ratio in which his/her actual percentage marks in that examination stands in relation to 100.

12th Class

3%

3

Graduation

5%

5

CAT 2023/CMAT 2024 / XAT 2024

 

50%

50

The CMAT & XAT percentiles shall be converted to the equivalence of the CAT percentile as per the equivalence mentioned in cut off Table.

50% of the actual percentile so arrived at shall constitute the marks secured by that applicant.

GD and PI

GD

15 %

15

Actual marks scored in the GD and PI, And knowledge of English

PI

20 %

20

 

Work Experience

5%

5

Work experience more than one year will be considered

  

Tuition  Fees : Rs.11,00,000/- for two years

Hotel & Food Charges : Rs. 3,50,000/- for two years

Last date for online application : 15.06.2024 

GD/PI process : After CAT / XAT / CMAT results

 

 

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