CAT, XAT Cut-Off Set at 85 Percentile for SPIJMR

Dushyant Vanaik updated on : 08 Nov 2016
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SPJIMR has announced admissions for their PGDM programmes. The last date to apply for the same is December 13, 2016. Read further to know all the details.

CAT, XAT Cut-Off Set at 85 Percentile for SPIJMR

SP Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai, has opened admissions to its Post Graduate Diploma in Management programme for the academic year 2017-19.

Aspirants will get admissions to the two-year full-time management course on the basis of scores obtained in CAT, GMAT and XAT. The cut-off for these exams has been set at 85 percentile. Those who wish to apply for the course can do so before December 13, 2016.

 

The following table shows all the important dates regarding the admissions:

Event

Date

Last date to apply for admissions

December 13, 2016

Interview Dates

Mumbai Phase-I

January 17 to 20, 2017

Delhi

January 31 to February 3, 2017

Bangalore/ Kolkata

February 8 to 10, 2017

Mumbai Phase-2

February 14 to 17, 2017

 

In order to be eligible to apply for admissions:

  • The candidate must be a graduate with at least 50% aggregate or equivalent CGPA from a recognised university.
  • The candidate should have finished higher secondary (10+2) schooling.
  • Students who are awaiting final year graduation results are eligible to apply.
  • For aspirants who do not hold a bachelor’s degree but have completed their ICWA/CA/CS, are also eligible to apply.
  • Work experience is not compulsory but professionals with up to 5 years of experience are eligible to apply.

Aspirants can download the application form from the official website of SPJIMR, by signing in as a new user. Select the 'Apply' tab on the website. Enter the valid E-mail address and create a login ID. This E-mail ID will also be used for future communication purposes. At the end of the application process, the candidate must pay an application fee of INR 1200. The payment can be made online via credit card, debit card or net banking.

The selection of candidates will be based on their academic performance as well as overall profile. The candidates are shortlisted in two phases: Profile based and Profile-cum-Score based.

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