Two students of the 39th batch of IRMA's flagship PGDRM, Prashant Jangir and Hemang Chauhan, are undergoing their Village Fieldwork Segment (VFS) with the Urmul Seemant Samiti in Rajasthan.
In this video, they share the organic farming initiative by Urmul and how, coupled with solar lighting and rainwater harvesting, it is making a difference to the nearby areas.
Three participants from the 39th batch of IRMA’s flagship Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM); Vipul Singh, Sharadchandra Vilasrao Solunke and Ujwal Narasapur; won the first prize at Chausar 2019: The Annual National Consulting Conclave conducted by Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Delhi.
We congratulate them on this achievement!
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IRMA's illustrious alumni:
Joining the South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies (SIFFS) as its first professional, he helped establish fish marketing activities, credit systems, boat building yards, motor supply & service, etc., for small scale artisanal fishers, over a 25 year period. He also initiated fisHMARC to promote producer organisations, sustainable resource management and advocacy in favour of small scale fishers. He devotes significant time on fisheries policy work at state and national levels.
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What will be the scores needed for the different percentile levels in CAT 2019. It is always hazardous to make such guesses but let me try in any case. I will only be talking of a range as one single figure makes very little sense. The basis on which I am making these predictions are the CAT 2017 and CAT 2018 results, I believe CAT 2019 scores for different percentile levels will be between these two.
For 99.5 percentile the score range will be 175-180, for 99 percentile it will be in the range 160-165, for 98 percentile it will be the range 150-155 and for 95 percentile it will be 130-135. If you are looking at 90th percentile the range is likely to be 110-115.
What does this mean for GEM and other category calls? Keep watching this space for the next posts :-)
IRMA featured in an insightful coverage by The Logical Indian.
Now that there is only a month left for CAT 2019, most of you will be having a clear idea of how your preparations are going on. Some of you may be feeling good, the others hopeful and there may be a few who are feeling dejected at the mock scores and thinking that this year is probably not going to work for them. My sincere advice to all of you will be that you keep trying hard for the next one month and let the exam and the results play out. Like Shri Krishna says in the Bhagbad Gita, your duty is to keep trying the results are not in your hands :-)
I want to say something to the people who are probably getting mock scores of 20-30 less than where they need to be. My mentoring course will probably be able to help you bridge this gap. While I do not promise miracles, it is my belief that anyone with a reasonable aptitude and preparation can get at least 120 in CAT 2019 and this will open up the doors to many good colleges. Similarly, people who are stuck at 140-150 and need a final push of 20 marks or so to get calls from best colleges will also benefit immensely from the course.
If you want to enquire about my course send me a message with all your details and the WhatsApp number. I will then reach out to you and see if we can work together for this one month to get you where you need to be in CAT 2019.
IRMA is now accepting applications for its flagship Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM). The last date for submitting completed applications is January 10, 2020.
To apply, please click on: http://bit.ly/2nJVjA4
We are set to start the journey for the Batch of 2020-22. Registrations are now open for admissions to MBA Full Time Programme, 2020-22. The last date for the same is 25th November 2019. This year, there are some changes made in the Admission structure.
The updated reservation structure in MBA-Full Time Programme 2020–22 is as follows:
• Total seats: 251 (Excluding Supernumerary seats)
➢ Unreserved: General - 101
➢ Reserved: SC - 37, ST - 19, OBC – 69, EWS - 25
• Supernumerary seats: PWD - 12, CW - 12, FS - 12
Three participants from the 39th batch of IRMA’s flagship Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM); Himanshu Baranwal, Kush Kumar and Deepak Dayal Sharma; won the third prize in Merkle, a blockchain-based case event at the third edition of The Red Bricks Summit at IIM-Ahmedabad.
We congratulate them on this achievement.
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IRMA's unique Village Fieldwork Segment (VFS) is a 7-week long stay in villages across India.
In 2019, participants of PGDRM 40 are undergoing their VFS in 16 states, from Assam to Gujarat and from Himachal Pradesh to Tamil Nadu.
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