Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies – [NMIMS University], Hyderabad Results and Cutoffs
Results and Cutoffs
NMIMS Hyderabad Cutoff 2022
NMIMS Hyderabad offers a full-time 2-year MBA program, which is considered the flagship course of the institute. The selection process for the MBA program includes the NMAT conducted by GMAC, followed by Case Discussion (CD) and Personal Interview (PI). The registrations for NMIMS started on August 3, 2021, and will continue until November 15, 2021, with a late fee option. The NMAT exam is scheduled to be held from October 14, 2021, to December 27, 2021. For the 2022 MBA admissions, NMIMS will only consider the scores from the first round while shortlisting candidates for the CD-PI round. Candidates who qualify for the NMAT exam through reapplication will not be eligible for the second part of the selection criteria.
NMIMS Hyderabad MBA Cutoff
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The percentile cut off for NMIMS Hyderabad ranges from 80 to 95. The institute considers various factors to determine the final merit list, with different weightages assigned to each factor:
- NMAT Score: 70%
- Group/Case Discussion: 10%
- Personal Interview: 10%
- Academic Performance: 5%
- Work Experience: 5%
Selection Criteria for NMIMS Hyderabad MBA Program
The selection process for the NMIMS Hyderabad MBA program includes the following steps:
NMAT by GMAC: Candidates must appear for the NMAT exam conducted by GMAC.
Shortlisting: Candidates who qualify the NMAT exam are shortlisted for the Case Discussion (CD) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. These rounds may be conducted online.
First Attempt Score: NMIMS Hyderabad considers only the score from the first attempt while shortlisting candidates for the CD-PI round. Reapplication candidates will not be considered for admission to the NMIMS MBA program.
Call Letter: Shortlisted candidates need to download the call letter for the CD-PI round.
Final Selection: The final selection is based on the candidate’s academic performance, relevant work experience, NMAT score, and performance in the CD and PI rounds.
Multiple Choice Test comprised of the following sections:
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