Indian Institution of Management (IIM), Lucknow, one of the top management colleges in India, has welcomed programs for admittance to one-year fulltime Executive International Program for Management Professionals (IPMX). Program is provided for the educational period 2016-17.

Key Information

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Designed for middle to mature level executives, the Professional Common Management System will:

·            -   Strengthen their expertise and create a viewpoint of all management areas

·      -  Help the Personals to create a strong understanding of Indian and International company, both conceptually and analytically

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

·           -    Managers with recognized high-growth potential planning for Common Management responsibilities

·            -     Those seeking to negotiate their encounter with extreme integrative information

·          -    First-time management, venture supervisors and those ambitious for managing and company development positions in a company operation

PEDAGOGY

Each module will be trained through a balanced mix of lessons, cases, business illustrations and general conversations.

PROGRAM DESIGN AND DURATION

·             -     Duration: One Year

·              -    Frequency: Once a week

·              -   Class Schedule: Weekend - 1:00 PM to 5:15 PM

·            -     Delivery: Through sessions at NIIT Imperia Center for Innovative Studying in your  city*, using Synchronous Studying Technology

In addition, there will be 3 times of university visit at the beginning of this method & 3 times towards the end of this method. Participating both the university trips is compulsory.

Selection Procedure:

Applicants choice will be based on the following criteria:

·                -      Properly filled-in type along with a

·               -      Declaration of Purpose (SOP)

·               -      Two recommendations GMAT score

·               -      Professional encounter

·               -      Personal Interview

Important Dates:

·                 -       Last date to submit the program form: Oct 31, 2015

·                -       Announcement of short-listed candidates: 2nd A week of Nov, 2015

·             -      Date of Personal Interview: a couple weeks ago of Nov and first/second week of Dec, 2015

·                -        Declaration of final list: 1st week of Jan, 2016

The selection norm for the top management colleges in India usually include all of the above procedures.

With a few months left for the most awaited and one of the toughest  MBA  entrance exams CAT, those who’ll be taking CAT 2015 must have shifted to the high-time mode, if not then this is a wakeup call. No doubt those who sit for CAT are not only the ones with big dreams but also have the caliber to work for a golden career in management. Assumed to be one of the trickiest ones, CAT never fails to surprise its aspirants with its always changing pattern. However, scoring well in CAT is not enough to secure a seat in one of the top seven old IIMs and other B-Schools. As these eminent institutions opt for the most efficient assessment criteria when it comes to offering admissions to those who manage to get through the crazy CAT cut-offs. However, unlike the common assumption, scoring high in CAT is not enough. More so if you have managed to get it by using your specialization in one of the fields of the exam. In fact, there are ways to compensate your slightly less score with your outstanding performance in academics but not the other way round. Thus, for being a student of these eminent institutions, one should strive to be an all-rounder.

CAT 2015 aspirants should be aware of this surprising fact that IIMs need a high balanced sectional percentile instead of only high overall percentile. All the IIMs fix a minimum sectional cut off. Usually, the minimum sectional cut off is above 85+ for newer IIMs and 90+ for older ones especially IIM A, B, C, L. A candidate scoring 98 overall percentile might have scored 100 percentile in quant and 83 in Verbal. Despite such a high score, his sectional percentile is not to the minimum prescribed standard. He would not be shortlisted by any IIM unless his sectional percentile was above the minimum prescribed cut off point of 85 or 90.

No IIM prefers to offer any grace percentile option and therefore even if you are short of one percentile in scoring the minimum cut off percentile, you wouldn’t be shortlisted nor any generosity from any IIM must be expected in this regard.

On the other hand candidates with good sectional percentile of 85+ in each section or 90+ in each section, despite having lesser overall percentile say 96 or 97 not only receive the calls from older IIMs but also would stand fair opportunity to convert them.

When the results for CAT 2014 were out, happier were the students who scored 97 and 99 percentile and were more or less assured of their admission in top rated B school. The comparatively low overall percentilers were more worried and continued their search, remained in constant touch with MBAUniverse.com for further course of action and guidance about the admission criteria in various B schools across the country. In a turn of events the higher overall percentilers lagged behind the low scorer ones in the final admission round.

So, while putting your heart and soul in the preparation of your CAT exam, make sure that you concentrate on each field you’ll be assessed on whether that part has been your strength or weakness. After all, you are going to try your hand at something which has been your dream for years.

 

 

  Top MBA Entrance Exams

 

 

Today, there are hundreds of thousands of MBA students a year earning degrees at thousands of institutions worldwide. The reason behind the tremendously rising popularity of this course is its wide spread acceptance by the employers and the almost assured return-on-investment of the degree. To get the MBA degree from a reputed institution one needs to clear one of the various entrance exams different institutions conduct and consider. Here we are providing the list of top MBA entrance exams so that you won’t miss out on any of them and can head towards a golden career in management.

 

1.     CAT

Common Admission Test: Common Admission Test (CAT) is the most popular MBA entrance test and is held annually for admission to postgraduate management courses in all the Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) and various other management institutes. IIMs offer around 3,335 seats in various management programmes & other than the IIMs, 165-odd institutes admit students based on CAT scores. Every year more than two lakh students appear for CAT.

 

2.   XAT

For more than 60 years XLRI has been conducting admission test on all India level to select the most appropriate students for management education. There are more than 70 plus Management Institutes which use XAT scores for selecting students. There are 33 cities in which XAT exam is conducted. Other prominent institutes which accept XAT are: S P Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai, Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research, Mumbai, Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar and Loyola Institute of Business Administration, Chennai

3.    SNAP

Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test is a common written test for the admission to all the Post-Graduate Institutes of Symbiosis International University. Written test is mandatory for admission into any Postgraduate programme offered by the constituent institute of Symbiosis International University. SNAP is the first step in the admission process afterward which the students are compulsory to submit applications in distinct colleges and clear Personal Interview (PI) and Group Discussions (GD) rounds.

 

4.   IIFT

The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organization to help professionalize the country’s foreign trade management. Today it is one of India’s most prestigious business schools. Its flagship program is Masters in Business Administration in International Business (MBA-IB). It is the only institute among top 10 B-schools in India that offers this course. Last year approximately 50,000 candidates applied for just 220 seats.

 

5.    NMAT

It is an entrance exam which is conducted by every year by Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) Mumbai in order to grant aspiring applicants admission in programs like full time MBA, MBA (Banking), MBA (Capital Market), MBA (HR) and MBA (Pharmaceutical Management) at Mumbai campus and 2-year full- time PGDM at Bengaluru and Hyderabad campuses. The total number of seats offered in this course is 800. Applicants from all over the country apply for this course. It is a stepping stone to success for aspiring applicants.

 

6.   CMAT

Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is conducted by by AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education) twice in a year.  CMAT was started by AICTE in the year 2012. CMAT Exam Score is accepted in all the colleges approved by AICTE.

CMAT Exam is conducted twice in a year. Students can sit for both the exams for admission in single academic session and then use the best score for admission purpose.

 

 

 

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    Which test series should i join?
    CL/IMS/testfunda/time
    suggest any 1... really confused...
    Which test series should i join?
    CL/IMS/testfunda/time
    suggest any 1... really confused...

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    Preet : The more you join, the better it is.... I'd say chose minimum two; and CL TIME would be a good choice.
    0 Comments | 2 years ago