The Indian Institute of Management in Raipur is one among the newest IIMs in India. IIM Raipur has announced the admission criteria for its flagship program, the Post Graduate Program (PGP) for the upcoming academic year, 2017-19.
The admission will be based on the basis of the CAT 2016 score, which is followed by rounds of Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI).
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The candidate can also hold a degree in Engineering or Technology for four years duration after twelfth grade, BSc or Diploma course completion.
Candidates who are appearing for the final year examination can also apply, and so can those who are awaiting their results. Provisional certificates will need to be submitted.
The selection process is of two stages, and various factors are considered, so fulfillment of the minimum eligibility criteria alone will not ensure consideration for shortlisting into the IIM.
IIM Raipur follows the Government of India’s policy on reservations for Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Non-creamy Other Backward Classes (NC-OBC) and PWD (Person with Difficulty).
IIM Raipur will normalize your academic scores. The minimum cut-off for the Post Graduate Program (PGP) has been set at 90 percentile. IIM Raipur will consider the overall cut-off, as well as sectional cut-off.
The cut-off criteria set by the IIM for CAT 2016 is shown in the table below.
The overall cutoff for General Category candidates in 90 percentile at IIM Raipur while the least cutoff percentile stands at 65 for DAP & ST candidates. Again, there has been no major change in the cutoff percentile over the last few years.
QA : Quantitative Ability
DI : Data Interpretation
VA : Verbal Ability
LR : Logical Reasoning
IIM Raipur’s admission committee will decide upon the number of shortlisted candidates that will be called for the PA round. If the actually number of candidates is found to be less/more than the required number of candidates then the overall and section-wise minimum score will be reduced/increased accordingly.
Your CAT score is the score criterion for making it through the first short-list. The short-listing factors for the first stage include your CAT score, and grades in 10th, 12th and graduation. It also takes into account your work experience, whether you have done a post-graduation course already, academic background and gender. All these are marked out of 60 points as in the table below:
The Personal Appearance round consists of the Written Ability Test (WAT) and the Personal Interview (PI) rounds. The Written Analysis Test accounts for 10% of the weightage, while the Personal Interview round accounts for 30% of the weightage
Your Academic Profile includes your performance in 10th grade, 12th grade, and in your undergraduate studies.
The table below shows the weightage assigned to scores in 10th grade, 12th grade, and graduation for candidates that are in General quota, NC-OBC, SC, DAP, and ST.
Work Experience will give you 30% weight of the profile. The table below shows the score as per the number of months you have worked.
IIM Raipur wishes to promote diversity among the backgrounds of students who take up the PGP course, so it awards 20% of the weight towards female candidates, and also 20% if your background is in any of the below fields:
The final selection into the institution is based on the total score you attain in both stages of selection.
Any disputes which may arise regarding admission to IIM Raipur’s batch of 2017-2019 is solely subject to courts within the territorial jurisdiction of Raipur.
IIM Raipur follows the Government of India’s policy on reservation strictly.
A candidate who receives admission offer from IIM Raipur and accepts the offer within the stipulated date needs to send the Offer Acceptance Amount of INR 50,000. If you decide to withdraw within the date specified in the Offer Letter, the Offer Acceptance Amount will be refunded after deducting 20% as processing charges.
If you withdraw after the specified date, no refund will be admissible.