Hello sir, what cat percentile is considered as good score to get into imnu? (Safer side)
Does sectional cut off makes any difference?
What was the CAT cutoff for shortlisting last year? 90+ or between 80-90?
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We are pleased to announce that the admission process for 2015 - 17 batch for MBA at Institute of Management, Nirma University has started.
The Institute :
The Institute of Management, Nirma University is a constituent Institute of Nirma University, a statutory University, recognized by the University Grants Commission under section 2(f). The Institute has been consistently ranked among the top 25 private B-Schools in the country.
The Programme :
The MBA programme (two-year residential) offers dual specialization in Finance, Marketing, HR, IT, International Business, Operations and Strategic Management. The programme emphasizes on academic excellence, networking with the corporate world and personal development. The placement record of the Institute has been consistently 100 percent.
A three-year bachelor's degree (10+2+3) or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized university with at least 50% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA. Candidates appearing in the final year of the Bachelor's Degree can also apply provided they furnish the proof of having met with the minimum eligibility criteria by September 30, 2015. The candidates who fail to meet the minimum eligibility criteria by the time will be asked to withdraw from the programme. The tuition fee paid by such candidates will be forfeited unless such vacant seats are filled by other candidates
Application and Written Test (Common Admission Test) Written Test
Applicants are required to appear for the Common Admission Test [CAT 2014] conducted by Indian Institute of Management (IIM). The CAT examination will be conducted at different centres all over the country on November 16 and November 22, 2014 [refer CAT Bulletin for further details at www.catiim.in.]. Institute of Management will receive the test scores from IIM for those candidates who have appeared in the CAT examination and have also applied to IMNU. IIM have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the programme. Foreign students/NRI/Person of Indian origin/Gulf Countries and South Est Asia candidates can be considered for admission on the basis of their GMAT scores also [not taken before January 2014]. However, NRI sponsored candidates will be considered for admission only on the basis of CAT scores. GMAT scores will not be considered for NRI sponsored categories.Application Form:Online Application Form:Users should register a new account to log into the online application form. The login details will be used for filling the admission form and checking the status of the application later.After successful login the admission form will be displayed.Applicants should complete the online application form and submit the same along with a non-refundable admission processing fee of Rs. 1500/- . The payment should be made online by credit/debit/net banking.ONLINE APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN FOR ADMISSION AND WILL BE CLOSED AT MIDNIGHT ON 15th December, 2014
Online Application is available only for the candidates applying under general category. Candidates applying under categories other than general category should download the application from our website of this website.
Offline Application Form:The candidates can download the application form from our website and submit the completed application form along with a DD of Rs. 1500/- drawn in favour of "Institute of Management, Nirma University" and payable at Ahmedabad.
NRI/NRI Sponsored/Foreign Students/Person of Indian Origin/Gulf Countries and South East Asia candidates should submit the completed application along with DD for Rs. 5000/- or US$ 115 as processing fee.
The applications for the categories other than the general categories received on or before the last date of receiving application under general category will be considered for admission under general category also, in addition to the respective categories in which the applications received
.A candidate who has applied for admission under general category can convert the application in any other category in which she or he is eligible. In such case, the candidate is required to make a payment of an additional processing fee of Rs.3500/- or US$ 80 and submit it along with a written application referring the original application form No. on or before the last date
.Mode of Payment:
The payment should be made through a DD drawn in favour of Institute of Management, Nirma University, payable at Ahmedabad.Last Date for Submission:The last date for submission of completed application is December 15, 2014 for general category and January 30, 2015 for Categories other than General Category.
Offline Application Form
To obtain the application form and prospectus, applicants should send a request along with a demand draft for Rs.1,500/- favouring "Institute of Management, Nirma University" payable at Ahmedabad addressed to:
Deputy Registrar Institute of Management,
Nirma UniversitySarkhej-Gandhinagar Highway, Ahmedabad - 382 481 (Gujarat) INDIA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
[Selection Process is subject to the conditions prescribed by the Government of Gujarat from time to time]
Candidates shortlisted on the basis of their performance in different components of Common Admission Test will be called for Personal Interview and a Written Test (to test the written communication skill). The interview and the test will be conducted in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata and Pune. The candidates will be be finally selected for admission based on the candidates' performance in the CAT, Personal Interview, Written Communication Test, Academic Performance in X, XII and graduation. The following weightage will be given for each component of the selection criteria :
Common Admission Test : 60%
Personal Interview : 20%
Written Communication Test: 10%
Academic Performance: 10%
An additional score up to 5 points will also be given for full-time relevant work experience in a professional organization.
Application Begins : October 10, 2014
Last date for submitting the form: December 15, 2014
Short-listing of the Candidates:January/February 2015
Written Communication Test/Personal Interview: March 2015
Final Selection: April 2015
Commencement of the Programme: End of June 2015
We wish you all the best for the admission cycle.
Do feel free to post any queries regarding the same and we shall get back to you at the earliest.
Jijo George , MBA FT(2013-15)
Institute of Management, Nirma University
A walk to remember... The second week at IMNU was coming to an end, people starting to know each other and yes.... getting a taste of the "deadlines", "pre-reads" and "hectic schedules" the seniors warned us about. We had just finished our IGB lectures and then came a good news along with a not so good one - IMNU had taken the initiative to get us acquainted with the city and our classmates and take us on a heritage walk. So far so good. The news came with a catch - we had to wake up at 5:30 am to go for the walk. So Saturday morning, 5th July, 5am it was. And all everyone could here was alarm bells ringing. Seniors cribbing and cursing the juniors that what on earth is happening.. The havoc stopped when we were up and running... 4 sections, 4 buses, 1 destination: Old Ahmedabad.
We reached Kalupur and were asked to walk the next "few" km (which turned out to be around 2-3 kms from where our buses had stopped). After passing through fafda-jalebi walas of Kalupur, we reached the majestic and old temple of Ahmedabad - Shree Swaminarayan Temple. Apart from the divine darshans, it was amazing to know that the morning nagada was played mechanically through machines rather than people. Then we headed towards the pols of Ahmedabad. Pols are where people live in Old Ahmedabad - so called because of the narrow streets and clustered houses that one sees. Designed in such a way that every pol was connected with other through secret passages, each pol integrated houses of different styles - Maratha, French, Mughal - with proper sewage networks such that they represented one common pol rather than small diverse units. We also visited the Kaala Raamji temple which is the only temple where Lord Rama is seen in a sitting position. The unique aspect of the idol is that it is made completely out of pure basanite. We also went through Kavi Dalpatram Chowk, named after one of the greatest literary figures in the history of Ahmedabad. Our final destination was Jama Masjid , another 2-3 km walk away, the imposing grandeur of the structure making us understand why it was the final point in the journey. The figure of OM in the windows of the masjid truly reflected the unity in diversity of Amdavad and its people and seemed to call in each one of us the duty to protect the communal harmony of our country.
Well, the walk could have been a bit boring but a group of students out on a Saturday morning knows it better to make the whole experience interesting. For instance, the Kavi Dalpatram Statue sure was wow.... "But first, lemme take a selfie". Just imagine, girls with shades taking pouting selfies with a statue of someone in dhoti kurta and pagadi. And guys giving ROCK ON type poses at the Jama Masjid. Insane... But fun!! From eating fafdas from stalls visited by Amitabh Bachchan to check-inns at various pols and the masjid. Not to forget having cold drinks and snacks from the Nukkad Gumti and wearing lungi at Jama Masjid. All of these experiences were fantastic and what is more, we got enough material for hashtags and status updates!! after all #YOLO.
Not only did the walk through acquaint us with the city and its people, who were so helping to serve each one with chilled water when we went to their doors, but also what it did was create bonds. All in all, it was a wonderful experience - one which could be written down in the "IGB LEARNING LOG". Thanks IMNU.
(Content: Parth Patel - MBA (FT) Batch 2014-16)
how much more time i will have to wait for the refunds now???...i am in dire need of my money...!!!! @IMNU-Ahmedabad