The student should be a graduate in any discipline. Candidates who are expected to successfully complete their graduate degree course by 15th July of the current year can also apply. Admission to the PGDM program shall be made only from candidates who have qualified any one of the six All India tests, i.e., CAT, XAT, CMAT, ATMA, MAT, GMAT, or the common entrance examinations (if any) conducted by the respective State Governments. The candidate should have scored a minimum of 50% marks (for General Category) and a minimum of 45% marks (for SC/ST Category) in Graduation.
Short Listing Criteria
The candidates shall be shortlisted on the basis of the overall rank computed taking into account of the following components and their weights:
Score in the Common Admission test - 35 %
Score for academic performance in X Std., XII Std., Under Graduate Degree/ Post Graduate Degree - 25%
Group Discussion and Personal Interview - 20 %
Weightage for participation in Sports & Extra-Curricular activities (5%), Academic diversity (5%), Gender diversity (5%) and Work Experience (5%)
Qualifying/ Cut Off Marks
Students should secure minimum 35% marks out of total marks for evaluation.