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DSB Admission Portal link.
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DSB will Communicate with Applicants by using the email id provided by them. Applicants are also requested to log on to the 'Admissions Portal' for updates. In case you do not receive a confirmation email on completing the online application, you can still log on to the Admissions Portal Application 2017, where you can edit, print or view your application.
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In the recent past, many B-schools in India have replaced Group Discussion with a Writing Ability Test. They’ve added other components like Case Discussion or Group Exercise in their final rounds of selection. However, the Personal Interview is something that has stayed intact.The following tips can help you to ace your Personal Interview at the top B-schools in India.
1.Know The Answers To Sureshot Questions
There are a few questions that you must have ready answers for. Questions like ‘why MBA’, ‘what do you plan to do after MBA’, ‘your experience and how it’s relevant to your MBA plan’, ‘why this institute’ are usually asked in all B-schools and you need answer these confidently.Interviewers may also grill you on your academic knowledge. They can also ask core questions related to your past experience. They can ask you questions on subjects you studied during your graduation or post-graduation. Ensure that you have answers to tough questions you might face regarding a career change decision that you made. They can ask why you thought this is the right time for you do an MBA, and other questions like this.There might be questions on general knowledge and current issues too. Interviewers can also ask you about your interests and hobbies.When you’re sitting in front of the interviewers, even the simplest of questions can seem difficult. Having the answers already in mind can help a lot in these cases.
2. Prepare Well
While it’s important to answer questions correctly, it’s even more important to give natural and informative answers. Review your application thoroughly for this.Reflect on five key pieces of information that you want to touch on in your personal interview. When the interview is being conducted, maintain a mental checklist and keep ticking off the points as you make them.Ensure you prepare for this ahead of time, so that you don’t regret forgetting something important that you wanted your interviewers to know. You’ll want to be ready even if it doesn’t necessarily come up during the question and answer session.If you’re prepared, you’ll naturally feel confident which takes us to our next tip.
3. Look Confident
The key to success lies in answering questions confidently. Your body language and posture should reflect confidence during your interview. It’s common for interviewers to cross-examine candidates, even when they’re answering correctly. This is done to check their confidence in what they’re saying. You can only be confident when you have the answers ready in your mind and you know they’re right.
4. Be Honest
It’s easy for the interviewers to figure out whether you’re giving answers or dictating lines from your essay. They’ve been doing this for many years and can easily figure it out.Integrity is one thing you’ll be tested for during your business school Personal Interview. You should be able to justify everything you say and prove why you think it’s right. Sometimes, it’s not about being right or wrong, but about how your present your thoughts.If you don’t know the answer to any question, skip it. They’ll appreciate honesty more than you trying to look impressive.The interview is a two-way process. Remember to ask questions about the program or anything else that you want to know about the school. Stay positive and don’t forget the basics.
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hey, i dont know much about this college , can anyone tell me the last date to apply to it and the averagepackage one can get!! my cat score is 95.44
Can I expect a call from DSM DTU at 76.2% in CAT And Career as X 80% XII 64% and BTech 7.5 cgpa and exp of 2.3 yr
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Admissions are open for 2017-2019 Batch of Delhi School of Business. GD-PI session is on 6th January 2017. Go to this link and register yourself:
-DSB will Communicate with Applicants by using the email id provided by them. -Applicants are also requested to log on to the 'Admissions Portal' for updates.
-In case you do not receive a confirmation email on completing the online application, you can still log on to the Admissions Portal Application 2017, where you can edit, print or view your application.
-A candidate must hold a Bachelor‘s Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA. In case of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC),Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Differently Abled (DA), minimum marks requirement is 45%.
-The percentage of marks obtained by the candidate in the bachelor‘s degree will be calculated based on the practice followed by the university/ institution from where the candidate has obtained the degree. In case the candidate is awarded grades/CGPA instead of marks, the conversion of grades or CGPA to percentage of marks will be based on the procedure certified by the University/Institution from where the candidate has obtained the bachelor’s degree. In case the University/Institution does not have any scheme for converting CGPA into equivalent marks,the equivalence will be established by dividing the candidate‘s CGPA by the maximum CGPA and multiplying the result with 100.
-Candidates appearing for the final year of bachelor‘s degree or equivalent qualification and those who have completed degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply.
-Candidates need to submit their graduation scores latest by 31st October, 2017. If the students fail to submit the score or get below 50% in graduation, they will be ineligible for the program.
-Candidates,applying for admission must provide information about score in an entrance test. DSB accepts scores of, CAT, GMAT, XAT, MAT , CMAT and other equivalent examinations. They should satisfy the minimum score requirement of the institute.
-The institution will confirm the eligibility of a candidate by verifying the mark sheets,degree certificates and the entrance test score.
Prospective candidates must maintain a valid email account and a valid mobile phone number throughout the selection process. Application Submission Process.
APPLICATION SUBMISSION PROCESS:
- The applicant must complete the online ‘Application Form’. The details for the online process are available on the portal·
-The applicant must submit the fees for the online form, Rs.1100/- on the portal before filling the application form. After the submission of the fees, the applicant can print the fee receipt from the portal. The payment of the fees gives access to the application form which can then be filled and submitted online. Applicant can also print their application form if required. This application form will give a unique application ID to the students which will be the reference number for all future correspondence.
-Application Forms for the Two-year Full Time PGDM program are available from the campus on payment of Rs. 1000/-. Students must fill the admission form to register themselves for the admission process for batch 2017-19.
-Candidates who satisfy eligibility criteria will be shortlisted for further tests.
-Shortlisted candidates will be called for Psychometric, Numerical Assessments Written Analysis and Group Discussion and Personal Interview (GDPI).
-Candidates with relevant work experience of at least three years will be considered for additional weightage in the selection process.
-A merit list of candidates will be prepared based on the basis of the following criteria and their respective weightage.
1) Entrance Test Score=30%
2) Numerical Assessment=10%
3) Psychometric Assessment=10%
4) Written Analysis=10%
5) Group Discussion=10%
6) Personal Interview=10%
7) Academic profile – ( 12th, Year I,II,III equal weighted)=20%
8) Work Experience – ( above 100%) 10%
The Admission Committee will decide the number of candidates to be admitted to the PGDM Program based on merit.
Scholarships are available to EWS/ BPL, girl child and Kashmiri migrants and for academic excellence. Students who have high scores in CAT, XAT,GMAT , MAT and CMAT are also eligible for scholarship.