Will I be eligible for IIM, Indore? My profile: 10th - 83%, 12th - 79% and B.Com - 8 CGPA. I have 1.6 years of work experience.

Asked about Indian Institute of Management, Indore - Discontinued (Jun 2022)- Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM)

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Asked by bhargavi l

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    Sourabh Bansal

    4 years ago
    Hey,
    Did you appear for CAT exam? If no, then its mandatory to qualify this exam with at least 90% and above marks.
    If yes, then how much did you score?
    After that, there would be a WAT (Writing Aptitude Test) and PI (personal interview) round which has a 20:40 weightage in the overall score.
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    Nidhi Negi | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    Yes of course you are eligible. Your CAT score will should be really good, 96 above.
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    Siddharth Dubey B.Com student at Faculty of Commerce, BHU

    4 years ago
    You are eligible, but you need to score high in CAT to get a call from Top 20 B-Schools.
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    Ankur Mittal

    5 years ago
    Yes, you are eligible for IIM, Indore. You might need a bit higher cat percentile to get an interview call as compared to people who have higher 10th and 12th marks than you. Once you get interview call then for final selection the weights of 10th and 12th marks are decreased. Just give your best to get the maximum percentile. If you are aiming for CAT 2017, there is still sufficient amount of time left. You can check the weights in the admission procedure here:
    http://www.iimidr.ac.in/academic-programmes/post-graduate-program-in-management/pgp-indore-admissions-details/.
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    Kajal Padhy | Contributor-Level 6

    2 years ago
    Yes, you can but before that you must appear for CAT/IIFT exam with a high score like 9-9.9 to get a good IIM.
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    Aarti Singh | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    Dear Bhargavi,
    To be able to take admission in IIM, you need to appear and score really good in CAT, apart from the above credentials.
    In case you didn't appear for CAT, then go for private universities like LPU, SRM, Symbiosis, Manipal, etc. where you can seek admission on basis of their tests too other than CAT/ MAT/ XAT/ CMAT, etc.
    All these universities have wonderful infrastructure and world-class facilities to offer to students apart from good placements. Some even offer good scholarships to students.
    Good luck.
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    Aakash Rai | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    It's not easy to enter any IIM in India. With a great profile and consistent marks in 10th 12th and in bachelor degree, you need to be in the top percentile of the lot to get a call from any IIM.
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    Sanjay Kewat I have good knowledge of engg related quest.

    4 years ago
    For getting admission on any IIM give CAT or CET, which is entrance exams and then according to merit and cutoff, you have get admission in IIM, Indore.
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    Aarushi Bhatt Experienced Campus Representative. | Guide-Level 14

    5 years ago
    IIM-I Results AcceptedFor PGPMDomestic Candidates (in India) - CATInternational Candidate (outside India) - GMAT (and TOEFL if the medium of study has not been English)For EPGP - CAT/GMATFor FPM - Application BasedFor IPMDomestic Candidates - Aptitude Test organized by IIM-IThe aptitude test is of objective type.There will be two sections namely Quantitative Ability and Verbal Ability.There will be a total of 100 questions with a time duration of 2 hours.Each question carries 4 marks. There is a negative marking of 1 mark.International Candidates - SATIIM-I EligibilityEligibility for PGPMThe candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree, with at ... view more

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