I am obc and scored around 64.45% in cat does i am eligible to fill the form amd are there any possibilities to make through dsm
USME,DTU invites eligible candidates for a special spot round on 9th october 2020 for admission in its following prestigious MBA programs:
2.MBA Business Analytics (BA)
3.MBA in family business and entrepreneurship (FBE)
4.MBA in innovation,entrepreneurship and venture(IEV)
For any queries visit DTU website or contact Anurag Chaturvedi(MBA program co-ordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi , May I know the cat cut off of the last year (2018) for MBA (full time) at DSM for the general category?
Hi, I have 54% in CAT, but I have 2+ years of working experience. I have done BTech in Mechanical, with 66% aggregate from UPTU, 78% in 12th and 87% in 10th. Is there any scope for my admission? Please let me incase there is slightest possibility, I want to get done with my MBA this very year.
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CAT 2018: 81.75 Percentile overall (VA & RC-82.23/DILR-56.16/QA-87.93)
10th CBSE- 9.4 CGPA (89.3%)
12TH CBSE- 77.4%
BBA (specialisation in Marketing): 74%
1 Year non-paid volunteering experience in an NGO
1 Month internship in Marketing
Certificate Course in Digital Marketing
Please tell me, is there any chance for a call?
can i fill non paid volunteering experience of NGO in form?
THANK YOU in advance.
Hi, I've scored 80.44 percentile in CAT and my acads are 80% in 10th, 72% in 12th and 54% in grad. Is there any possibility the minimum 60% criteria for grad could be omitted?