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SP JAIN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT 2019 Admission process

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(Admissions for Batch of 2019-21)
Application opens
 23rd September 2018
Application closes 
 23rd November 2018 

Interview Dates (2019)
(Phase 1)
15th Jan
17th Jan
5th Feb
8th Feb
13th Feb
15th Feb
13th Feb
15th Feb
(Phase 2)
19th Feb
22nd Feb

 SPJIMR's Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is a two-year, full-time residential program deemed to be equivalent to an MBA.
While applying, the applicant is required to select from one of four specialisations offered: Finance, Information Management, Marketing Management and Operations & Supply Chain. You will need to state two preferences.
Academic Background
·       Applicant must possess a strong and consistent academic background. Performance in 10th grade,
·       12th grade and every year of graduation are considered in the selection process.
10th Grade & 12th Grade
·       An aggregate of all subjects mentioned on the mark sheet will be considered
·       This is irrespective of whether the Institute/ Board takes it into consideration or not while
·       Calculating the final percentage.
·       If a Board awards grades/grade points, a conversion factor for the same needs to be furnished.
·       Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA
·       awarded by any of the Universities incorporated by an Act of the central or state legislature
·       The bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years of education after completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or equivalent. The percentage obtained by the candidate in the bachelor’s degree would be based on the practice followed by the institution/university from where the candidate has obtained the degree. The degree should be awarded by a college/ institute/ university which is been recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
·       Applicants in the last year of degree and those who have completed the degree but are awaiting results can also apply. The applicant should have obtained 50% marks or equivalent in the latest exam that has been completed. In such a case, applicants must provide a provisional certificate from the Principal/ Registrar of his/ her institute/ college stating that he/ she has appeared for all the exams and has completed all the obligations required to obtain the degree.
·       Such applicants, if selected, have to provide the degree awarded by the University latest by December 31, 2019 until which the registration will be considered as provisional. The registration to the program will stand cancelled if the applicant fails to submit the degree by December 31, 2019.
·       If the applicants have undergone/completed an integrated master’s degree or dual degree directly after their 12th, the percentage of marks obtained as per their institute/university norms, which is considered as equivalent to bachelor’s degree will be considered.
·       If the institute provides grades/CGPA instead of marks, a conversion of the same is mandatory. If no conversion is available/ provided, then a percentage would be calculated by dividing the CGPA obtained to the total CGPA and multiplying the result by 100.
·       For the applicants who are awaiting their final results of the bachelor’s degree, available marks of the previous semesters/ years would be considered for calculating graduation percentage.
·       For applicants who do not have a bachelor’s degree but have completed their CA/ICWA/CS, an aggregate of the Inter and Final marks will be taken into consideration.
Work Experience
Work experience is not mandatory for this program. Fresh graduates and those with up to five years of work experience can apply.
1.     Relevant work experience after graduation will be considered. Internship/ training/ project work which was a part of the curriculum will not be considered as work experience.
2.     Proof of work experience such as offer letter, salary slips and the experience letter will have to be provided.
Entrance score - Qualifying Score (Cut-offs)
Entrance Test Sectional Overall
CAT 2018, XAT 2019 and GMAT
·       Verbal Ability & Reading=75%ile
·       Comprehension=75%ile
·       Data Interpretation=75%ile
·       & Logical Reasoning=75%ile
·       Quantitative Ability=85%ile

To apply for the PGDM program, applicants must fill the form on the online admissions portal by
November 23, 2018
The Application processing fee is Rs. 1,500. This fee can be paid through credit card or net banking.
The applicants are shortlisted on the basis of their profiles. They are also expected to meet the qualifying scores in at least one of the entrance exams. The profiles are scored and the applicants are sorted into two groups: Profile based and Profile-cum-score based.
Shortlists - Interviews
Applicants shortlisted in the first list are called for an early interview. The shortlist is based on their profile considering the following factors:
·       SPJIMR has the right to modify the selection criteria at any point of time, if required:
·       Consistency of academic record
·       Relevance of work experience for the specialization
·       Versatility & achievements
Early interviews are convenient for students because it avoids overlapping with other interview calls during the admissions season. To the Institute, it gives an opportunity to stagger interviews and ensure that the interview process remains robust even though numbers being interviewed are large.
Second Phase Shortlists
This phase is held after the availability of entrance test scores. Applicants in this phase are called for interviews on basis of their profile as given above, along with their performance in the entrance tests.
Selection List
The selection list is based on a composite score, which takes into account the applicant’s profile, academic record, entrance test scores (CAT/XAT/GMAT), relevance of work experience (if any) and performance in the two rounds of group interviews.
The intake of the PGDM program is 240. An additional 36 seats have been sanctioned for PIO/OCI and Foreign Nationals. The maximum total intake of the program is up to 276 seats.

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