Seat allotment is done by DTE on the basis of merit, says Yashodhan Deshmukh, Admission Team Coordinator, SIMSREE
The Admissions Team Coordinator at SIMSREE, Yashodhan Deshmukh, in an interview with Careers360, shares the admission procedure of the B-School. Deshmukh shares that the seat allotment at SIMSREE is done by the MAH CET conducting body- Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), which is the prime entrance exam for the B-School.
He explains that the final admission is made on the basis of Percentile of Normalized score of entrance exams and the seat allocation is done by DTE on merit in CAP rounds. He further shares that SIMSREE accepts scores of MAH CET/ CAT/ XAT/ MAT/ ATMA/ CMAT.
While talking about the campus culture, Deshmukh mentions that SIMSREE encourages student-driven campus management.
Read excerpts from the interview below:
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Careers360: What are the application criteria of SIMSREE? Can you share the MAH CET Cut-off?
Yashodhan Deshmukh: The admission process of SIMSREE happens through DTE administration. SIMSREE accepts scores of MAH CET. The test has been conducted on March 12 and 13, 2016. The cut off for the exam is generally in the range of 99+ percentile. While the score of any national exam such as CAT/XAT/MAT/ATMA/CMAT is accepted, the cut off for these tests generally is 99.9 percentile.
Careers360: What is the total intake of the MMS and PGDM programme at your institute?
Yashodhan Deshmukh: The total intake for MMS batch is 120. The total intake for PGDM batch is 60. So the total intake for any given year is 180. The annual fee for the first year is Rs. 69,000 and Rs. 2000 refundable. The fee for the second year is Rs. 67,000.
Careers360: What is your selection criterion for the academic session 2016-18?
Yashodhan Deshmukh: The admission process is conducted by DTE. All the related details are released when the notifications from DTE comes out. The process in general is:
The student has to appear for MAH-CET conducted by DTE or any exam equivalent to MAH-CET (CMAT/CAT/XAT/MAT/ATMA etc.)
Apply to Admission process of DTE
DTE will conduct Document verification at ARCs
On the basis of Percentile of Normalized score of entrance exams, seat allocation will be done by DTE on merit in CAP rounds
Careers360: What is your take on WAT as a part of admission process in B-schools?
Yashodhan Deshmukh: WAT can be very helpful as it helps a person to put his/her thoughts in a composed environment. Since GD or PI has not been conducted by our institute yet, an appropriate comment cannot be made on this, still, WAT is an important step in analysing students for final admissions.
Careers360: What makes your campus life or residential programme interesting and distinctive from others?
Yashodhan Deshmukh: Sydenham Institute has always focused on student-driven management. Everything in the campus is managed by students. Barring few of the admission processes, each and every detail is taken care by the student council. These activities including but not limited to managing the website, the relationship with media, examinations, infrastructure, placements and many such important tasks. So the culture here encourages management qualities under pressure in students from Day 1.
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Questions related to SIMSREE Mumbai
My MAT score is 657.50 (86.01%) and ssc 87.66%, PUC or 12th 93.1% and B.Tech 66.27% andI have around 2.8 years of work experience. Can I get chance in SIMSREE and JBIMS. what are the best government and private colleges available for me based on my score below 10 Lacs?
No you cannot get into JBIMS and SIMSREE with the marks scored in MAT exam. You can get into following college:
- BIMTECH Greater Noida
- XIME Banglore
- Balaji Institute Of Modern Management (BIMM) Pune
- SIESCOMS Navi Mumbai
- christ university, banglore
- New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) New Delhi
my may mat composite score is 761 & 99.09 percentile .can i take addmission in top mms colleges like simsree,pumba etc
It's really good to hear that you scored 99.09 percentile in MAT but sadly from this year, The official body responsible for MMS admissions has denied to take scores of MAT and ATMA and GMAT.
Because of this decision you won't be able to get MMS in these colleges but yes you can get PGDM in the top colleges like NL Dalmia, SIES, MET etc.
For getting admission in MMS, CET registration is compulsory and you should have a valid score of CET, CAT or CMAT
I got 99.26 percentile in maha cet mba, Im from oms,can I get seat in simsree
With such a good percentile you will be able to get into Sydenham Institute of Management Studies Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE). However you can look at other options if you want to and a good guide will be the ranking given on NIRF for Management and the link is: https://www.nirfindia.org/2019/ManagementRanking.html
Students can apply for OMS seats (18 seats, 15%) through CMAT Feb, CMAT Sept or CET (March) scores. Maharashtra students (HU, OHU) can also apply through CMAT scores for these OMS seats.
cutoff for oms through CET for simsree college??
As you asked cutoff for oms through cet for simsree college:
The MAH MBA CET cutoff for SIMSREE final 12 months become 99.8x. The previous yr, it become 99.7x.
Considering the quantity of college students who have seemed for the CET this year, I accept as true
with the cutoffs will hover in that range.
College Cutoffs Seats
SIMSREE- 99.96 9
Follow up with the link below for more information:
what is the last date to apply in Simsree?
Hope this helps!