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Round 2 selection processes :: Last Date to apply for PGDM-EM and PGDM-E Admissions

With our 1st round of selection process coming to a closure, what is next in store for NSB?

Well for the participants who believe they have a great chance but have not yet applied, here are some important dates for your reference.

The last date for round 2 selection processes has been extended till May 6th for both PGDM-EM and PGDM-E

 

PGDM-EM

Dates Particulars
6th May 2019 Online Application Closure
20th May 2019 Personal Assessment (PA)
1st June 2019 Result
15th July, 2019 Commencement Date for PGDM(EM)

 

PGDM-E

Dates Particulars
6th May 2019 Online Application Closure
20th May 2019 Personal Assessment (PA)
1st June 2019 Result
13th August,2019 Commencement Date for PGDM(E)

We have the information with respect to admissions, so now many of us might be thinking, am I eligible? Here are those guidelines to help guide you through the selection process

Eligibility Criteria PGDM (EM)

  1. The candidates must have minimum 3 years Bachelor’s degree, like B.E./ B.Tech./ B.Sc/ B.Com/CA/ICWA etc or any other equivalent degree, with at least 50% marks or CGPA (in case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe(ST)/ Differently Abled(DA) or Persons with Disabilities(PwD) category, this is relaxed to 45%), from a recognized board or university.
  2. Candidates appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply. (This subject to fulfilment of above criteria latest by 30th June, 2019).
  3. For admission to PGDM (EM), candidates will be assigned Admission Score (AS) based on their performance in CAT/GMAT/XAT, performance in graduation, experience in energy/power/oil sector and educational background.
  4. Shortlisted candidates based on the AS will be called for Personal Assessment (PA).
  5. Final selection will be made strictly on the basis of final scores consisting AS and PA Scores.

Eligibility Criteria PGDM (E)

  1. Applications are invited from corporate company sponsored as well as self-sponsored candidates.
  2. The candidates must have 50% marks or equivalent CGPA in both X and XII.
  3. The candidates must have Bachelor Degree/CA/ICWA with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA in any discipline from any University incorporated by an Act of the Central or State legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as University under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.
  4. Working professionals with minimum five years work experience as on 30th June, 2019.
  5. For admission to fifteen months programme PGDM (E), candidates will be assigned Admission Score (AS) based on their performance in CAT/GMAT/XAT, performance in graduation, experience in energy/power/oil sector and educational background.
  6. Shortlisted self-sponsored candidates based on the AS will be called for Personal Assessment (PA).
  7. Final selection will be made strictly on the basis of final scores consisting AS and PA scores.

So I find myself eligible, then what are the next step of processes that happen after I have applied and yes I got selected.

The Path Forward in Energy Management in NSB

  • In NSB, The entire course for Energy management is spanned over 2 years with courses from both management and related energy subjects
  • Students who complete their 2 year programme have a bright future in the energy domain.
  • Energy sector not only includes power and electricity sector but also oil and gas industry are predominant
  • Top MNC’s in oil and gas sector, power and electricity are expected for the aspirants.
  • It is not just academics that students get to experience in NSB, but to hold various seminars, guest lectures and HR conclaves relative to leadership and strategies in energy sector as a whole
  • Along with making you experts in energy domain or relative segments, NSB gives you the exposure to become world energy leaders and your valuable contribution in the best interests of the country.
  • There are various student council cells, like Entrepreneurship and innovation cells ready for students with a hunger to explore more innovative technologies, explore more into research and deep dive into energy related problems in India or globally .
  • Exposure is not just limited to Energy, but also to General Management course, like Corporate Finance, Cost Accounting, Marketing and so on which will hold you in good stead once you step into the corporate scenario
  • With the expertise of NSB along with the collaboration of IIM-Ahmedabad, a great learning experience beckons each one of you in NTPC School of Business
  • Our current batch 2018-2020 of EM students, has been selected for internships in various power and energy companies namely
    1. NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam ltd
    2. Central Electricity Regulatory Commission
    3. NTPC Limited
    4. India Energy Exchange
    5. Power Finance Corporation
    6. ACME Solar
    7. Central Electronics Limited
    8. PTC India Limited

The future of Energy is bright and so is yours, if you have the hunger to learn, NSB promises you the best in energy domain.

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