An analysis of all WL guys:-
What i found was .... all the 74 candidates waitlisted are in order of there call day.
WL 1 - WL 20 ---> Day 1 ( 13th Mar)
WL 21 - WL 35 --- > Day 2 (14th Mar)
WL 36 - WL 61 ----> Day 3 (15th Mar)
WL 61 - End ------> Day 4 ( 16th Mar)
ANd also the Main list has also some statistics like this only ... Except few OBC`s whose Interview was held on 16th and were in top 50.
In the initial released list I was WL39 in the general category.
I will not join NITIE even if it converts as I am IIMI WL30 and IITB converted.
Will take up one of those
Hope u all make into NITIE...
All the best
Shit! Can't access Orkut from office - so not much aware about the laptop discussion.
From what I have seen so far.. people are more interested towards Option 2 (Toshiba) Laptop.
But somehow I am just little skeptical about Toshiba, so was looking for other options. Found a good deal with Dell.
But I am unable to decide as having oncampus service is a huge benefit. Any advise people..?
Me Got thru.. surely a good news..
But how come we pay 35000 by this saturday and 2L by may 15th .. it is not that easy to arrange :(
One more query.. Is the pre-foundation course compulsory to all people ??
I dont think i can get release from my company so soon.. Please let me know if anyone has more info reg this..
Meet u guys in campus
My waitlist no is 11. From ur conversation with the Prof it seems that SPjain has not increased seats in IM as they have done for other streams....they're only counting on ppl in the confirmed list who wont join!! :satisfie: Well, if this is true, then its not so encouraging for us waitlisters!!:wow:
May 6th has gone and no updates on IM waitlist. Does anybody have an idea regarding this.
Quoting from Rediff
Leave us alone, B-schools tell AICTE
Says Rai(joint director, SPJIMR.): "We had applied to AICTE last year seeking permission to increase capacity for our management programme. But the clearance has come now when the exams are over, we will have to see how we can accommodate students now."
S P Jain, which wants to increase seats for its two-year management programme, has got permission to do so recently. It will now admit 180 students to the programme instead of 120 seats earlier.
Are these Extra 60 seats for MIT?