SP Jain Institute of Management & Research Admission 2017
SPJIMR stands for SP Jain Institute of Management & Research. SP Jain Institute of Management & Research has published the notification for admission in two year PGDM programme for the academic year 2017-19. Interested Applicant may fill their Registration online from here as per schedule date. Applicant can check all the details of SP Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) Admission 2017 like Registration process, eligibility criteria, admission process etc.
SPJIMR Admission 2017
Applicant seeking admission in 2 year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme have to fill the Registration form online from the official website spjimr.org on.
Schedule for SPJIMR Admission 2017
|Online Registration forms available||01 Oct 2016|
|Last date for Registrations||13 Dec 2016|
|Mumbai Phase 1||17 – 20 Jan 2017|
|Delhi||31 – 03 Feb 2017|
|Kolkata / Bengaluru||08 – 10 Feb 2017|
|Mumbai Phase 2||14 – 17 Feb 2017|
SPJIMR 2017 Registration Form
To apply for the PGDM programme, applicants must fill the Form on the online admissions portal. Applicant who met the eligibility criteria which is given below can fill their Registration form online as per schedule date. Applicant can also fill their Registration form.
To be eligible, an applicant has to have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (10+2+3) in any discipline from a recognised university. Students in the final year of graduation can also apply. SPJIMR accepts CAT, XAT or GMAT.
Work experience is not mandatory for this programme. Fresh graduates and those with up to 5 years of work experience can apply.
|CAT 2016|| Verbal Ability &
Reading Comprehension (VARC)
| Data Interpretation &
Logical Reasoning (DILR)
| Quantitative Ability
|XAT 2017|| English Language &
|Decision Making||Quantitative Ability||Overall|
(1st Jan 2014
to 31st Dec 2016)
The intake of the PGDM programme is 240. For PIO/OCI and Foreign Nationals 36 seats. The maximum total intake of the programme is up to 276 seats.
The Applicant are shortlisted on the basis of their profiles. They are also expected to meet the qualifying scores in at least one of the entrance exams. The profiles are scored and the applicants are sorted into two groups: Profile based and Profile cum score based.
First Phase Shortlists / Early Interviews
- Consistency of academic record
- Relevance of work experience for the specialization
- Versatility & achievements
Shortlists at this early stage provide an opportunity to the applicants to go through the interview process early. This is convenient for students because it avoids overlapping with other interview calls during the admissions season.
Second Phase Shortlists
This phase is held after the availability of entrance test scores. Applicants in this phase are called for interviews base on their profiles as given above along with their performance in the entrance tests. This interview call is thus a combination of profile and performance in the entrance tests.
Final Merit List
The Merit List is based on a composite score, which takes into account the candidate’s academic record, entrance test scores (CAT/XAT/GMAT), relevance of work experience and performance in the two rounds of group interviews.
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