While looking for information on the CET, I came across Are you Eligible for Maharashtra MBA CET 2010 (MAH-MBA MMS-CET 2010) which spoke of the eligibility for seats.
One particular section states this:
2.5 Eligibility Criteria for admissions against seats for NRI/Foreign
National/Foreign Student/ PIO/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries:
1. Basic educational qualification as specified in rule no. 2.1.
2. Appeared for GMAT (conducted by GMAC, USA)/CAT (conducted by IIMs)/JMET (conducted by IITs)/MAT(conducted by AIMA conducted in February 2010) /ATMA(conducted by AIMS)/XAT (conducted by XLRI) for seeking admission to MBA/MMS for the academic year 2010-11.
Such candidates are required to appear for the GD &PI; conducted by the Management of the respective institutes
Appeared for CET conducted by the agency (including Association of all colleges of a particular type in the State) approved by Pravesh Niyantran Samiti, Bandra (E), Mumbai-51 for the academic year 2010-11. Such candidates are required to appear for the GD & PI conducted by the Management of the respective institutes
Appeared for the Common Entrance Test (MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2010), GD & PI conducted by the Competent Authority of the Maharashtra State for the academic year 2010-11.
Note: @ To become eligible for admission the candidate should score 30 or more marks in MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2010 OR equivalent score of 30 marks or more in the All India CET(CAT/JMET/ATMA/XAT/MAT(conducted in February 2010))/in GMAT OR equivalent score of 30 marks or more in the CET conducted by the agency (including Association of all colleges of a particular type in the State).
I am an NRI and wanted to know if I was correct in assuming that GMAT scores could be taken into consideration for admission instead of CET scores. Has anyone ever had GMAT scores converted into equivalent CET scores, especially in regard to admission with JBIMS? If so, what GMAT score would be considered the "equivalent score of 30 marks", and what would be a GMAT score that would be considered good in regard to admission with JBIMS?
Thanks in advance for any help!
Not much Info regarding Gmat Conversion for getting a seat In Jbims...
but sum information tht might help you..
this was the first year where in dte included Cat for all India seats n cat scores where converted to cet scores....
So a person scoring 98.xx%tile in Cat dis tym i guess got around 150 on d maximum side coz i knw a friend wid d same %tile in cat wid gd pi his score(which is out of 34) was 168..so i can assume it to be around 150...meaning if one is targeting Jbims wid a cat score he needs to score very very high in cat n tht tooo in 99.xx category coz dis tym the cut of for jb is around 195(Including gd pi n i guess around 165 written) so a converted score reachin tht high needs to be very high percentile in cat...(98.xx Cat = 150, 165 = surely 99.xx tht too higher decimals)
So i guess d same rule applies to gmat too coz Jbims is the best institute under cet and since cat cut off for jb is so high one can surely ecpect if applying through a gmat score it will be high...:)
My assumption here wuld be it shuld easily be over 600 650(Purely an Assumption) but on d basis of cat...
N tht minimum 30 criteria is sumthng u can ignore...it jus means a minimum score one needs to have to be eligible for d second stage thts is the Gd Pi process...the way cat score was converted, a person shuld have a minimum percentile in cat say 40 or 30 watever it is which was equivalent to 30 marks in cet...:)
Hope dis help....