what is the mode of admsn for imt,spjain,ximb,mdi.what acads and cat score they take .please explain ,tips also for cracking dem

mode of admssn n eligibilty norms and cracking these collgs of cat and xat

0 185 Views | Posted 2011-09-21 09:52:41
Asked by naman kohli

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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-21 11:38:50
    A few bits and bytes from my side
    1. Overall cutoff for MDI PGP-HRM course is above 97 percentile, but above 98 percentile for other courses.
    2. Overall cutoff for IMT GHaziabad is above 96 percentile.
    3. Overall cutoff for SPJain is above 98 percentile, but above 80 percentile for people with profile shortlists
    4. XIMB accepts XAT scores and cutoof is above 96 percentile for Outside orissa and above 92 percentile for Orissa candidates.
    The cutoffs keep changing every year, but this gives an idea of the minimum a candidate muct score for GDPI call. The higher the percentile, the better are the chances of conversion.
    If you feel that this inf
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-21 11:24:45
    Hi Naman,
    The admission criteria for all these Institutions is the Entrance Examination and GD-PI, apart from this a strong academic record would help you to a great extent. The eligibility to sit for CAT & XAT is 50% aggregate marks from a Recognized University. Although, there is no set cut off for the Entrance Examination like CAT or XAT but the percentile or marks goes as high as 100%, same is the case for Academic records as well.
    There is no concrete plan which I can suggest you for preparation the only advice I would give is the key to success in such Entrance Examinations is Time Management and remember “there is no short cut t

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