Eligibility for Admission
Candidates for XIME's Post Graduate Diploma In Management (PGDM) are required to have a bachelor's degree from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks for all subjects taken together (45% for SC/ST candidates). Candidates who are appearing for their final year examination and are awaiting their results may also apply. They should have maintained an average of 50% marks in the degree course until that time. They should be completing all their degree examinations before June 15, 2016. Such candidates are required to provide proof of passing the degree examination with the minimum required marks of 50%, latest by September 30, 2016.
Only candidates who score at least 70 percentile in any of the exams, XAT/CAT/CMAT/MAT are eligible for admission. Others need not apply.
Candidates who appear for CMAT exam in January 2016 are eligible to apply. Such candidates are required to apply before 24th February 2016 and send the scanned copy of the Score Card to firstname.lastname@example.org within 2 days of announcement of result. They will be thereafter allotted GDPI if they are eligible. MAT Score of May 2015 and September 2015 are accepted.
Anshul Chowdhary Memorial Music Competition
'Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.'
To commemorate this spirit, the annual Anshul Chowdhary Memorial Music Competition was held at XIME, on 15th August, 2015. The judges were Mr. Supratik Gosh and Mr. Avik Lahiri from the celebrated band -Aurko.The event started with the soulful bliss of classical music, and the Western music genre was not to be left behind. The unique melodies left the judges with a difficult task to decide the winner. The event was followed by the dance performance by the students of XIME depicting India's rich cultural diversity.
XSEED Club: JOHNSON MARKET CLEANLINESS CAMPAIGN
, the social club of XIME organized a cleanliness campaign on 2nd
October, 2015 at Johnson Market, Bangalore. It was a commemoration to Mahatma
Gandhi's words "Be the change you want to see in the world".
This event was the brainchild of President, Prof. J. Philip to have a clean and green society.
The students started cleaning the market with the support of market association headed by Mr. Zaheer. The club donated disposal bins for sustainability of cleanliness and also created awareness regarding waste segregation among the passer byes and shopkeepers. It was interesting to see that pedestrians volunteered to clean the market and gradually people from all walks of life joining it. The students also shared information about easy-to-use resources from our proven, multi-faceted strategy to maintain green and sustainable environment. .
Overall, it was an enjoyable and learning experience for the students where they were able to contribute in their own way to help the local community and neighborhood.