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IIM Indore To Delay It’s Admission Interviews for PGP & PGP-HRM: Considering the global scenario which is being affected due to coronavirus almost all industries are facing massive destruction. Industries are getting closed, schools shut down, offices are providing work from home for safety of employees and much more. On March 24 even, PM Modi announced a national lockdown across India due to coronavirus for a period of 21 days. Keeping close eye on the rundown, IIM Indore has also decided to postpone its admission process. The Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds were scheduled to be conducted from April 01 to 05, 2020. The provisional shortlist of selected candidates for WAT & PI was announced on the official website in online mode.
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Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI)
April 01 to 05, 2020 (postponed)
To be notified
In view of COVID 19 Coronavirus outbreak and the advisory released by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare to avoid mass gatherings, IIM Indore has taken the decision to postpone its admission process in which shortlisted candidate were called for WAT and PI rounds form April 01 to 05 across the Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata centres. Any further update will be notified to shortlisted candidates via their registered mail id’s and student portal of IIM Indore.
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Candidates who have any enquiries related to the PGP, PGP-HRM admissions procedure are requested to feel free to contact as per details given below:
The Admissions Office
Indian Institute of Management, Indore
Prabandh Shikhar, Rau-Pithampur Road,
Indore – 453556 (M.P.), India
Phone: 0731- 2439685/686
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You have a pretty average academic score and Some B-schools consider your academics but still Yes you can get into top b-schools, provided you have a percentile in the common admissions test(CAT) too a cat percentile of 98+ for mediocre IIMs and 99+ for the top ones. But you can absolutely forget IIMs- Ahmedabad , Bangalore,v Calcutta,Indore as they focus on acads and you have a very average profile as of now but still there are lots of other factors which govern whether you'll be gettin a call from the top IIMs or not like which company did you work for, if the company is one in which the selection rate is less or the selection criteria is hard, which college you did your undergraduate degree from, which course did you pursue, many other factors which play a role. But it depends also on what course you prusue in your graduation considering you are a student from the commerce/business stream.
Please focus on your undergraduation marks too and do a lot of Internships to improve your profile and hence increase the chances of getting a call.
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CAT is the entrance exam for Top B-Schools in India. But now there are other entrance exams as well like MAT,CMAT,XAT,etc for good MBA Colleges.
In Delhi/NCR there are many colleges who take MAT , CMAT score for admissions. some of them are:
IILM UNiversity Gurugram
Appejay school of Management
SGT University etc...
All the universities have started with the admission process, please go through the websites and get all the details.
Yes you for sure can but the amount of hard work you will have to put in will be more. The maths/quants part is pretty basic but is very tricky so it is tricks which you need to understand and apply.
CAT is an exam which tests your practicality and not how much you can learn by rote learning. You can start off by appearing for a mock test conducted free online and assess your performance that'll help you see and judge the areas you need improvement in and then decide if you need coaching or you can go on by yourself. You can either go for self study or Prepare with a tutor. For english prep. You can start off with Word Power Made easy, do this book twice, don't rush but read it and learn for 30-45 mins everyday. For Quants and LR-Di Arun sharma. Giving a mock a week and analyzing your strengths and weakness in terms of topics, score, percentile score and the time you are spending per question is really important.
Do take mocks religiously and you'll see how much it can affect your preparation in a positive manner.
You can read more about cat prep here-
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Yes, there is a possibility for you as you belong to the SC category. But still there are alot of factors taken into consideration while accessing your profile for giving a call for interviews bu top Business schools of India. You have a good chance provided you work on your communication skills and other skills. Also try doing internships and building your profile as these things will affect and may decide if you will be getting a call or not.
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