IIM Kashipur has released the admission criteria for the PGP batch of 2017-19. According to the admission criteria, the first stage of the process includes CAT 2016 takers getting shortlisted on the basis of their CAT performance. In the second stage, shortlisted candidates have to appear for the selection rounds including the Common WAT and PI rounds. Let us take a detailed look at the IIM Kashipur CAT 2016 cutoff, and the admission parameters and assigned weightages.

 

Stage 1 - IIM Kashipur Shortlist Process

 

The following table brings to you the section and category wise CAT 2016 cutoff.

 

IIM Kashipur CAT 2016 Cutoff

Category

Quantitative Aptitude

Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning

Verbal & Reading Comprehension

Overall

General

80

80

80

90

NC-OBC

72

72

72

81

SC

60

60

60

75

ST

50

50

50

65

DAP

50

50

50

65

According to IIM Kashipur, if the actual number of shortlisted candidates is less than the required number of candidates to be called for the selection rounds, then the overall and sectional cutoffs would be reduced in order to get the necessary number of candidates.

 

Stage 2 – IIM Kashipur Selection Procedure

 

The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the Common Admission Process (CAP) round to be conducted by IIM Rohtak in the year 2017. The rounds will include Writing Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI). Following weightages will be assigned on the WAT and PI rounds while preparing the merit list.

 

IIM Kashipur WAT & PI Weightages

S. No.

Parameter

Weightage

1

WAT

10

2

PI

30

 

Total

40

In order to generate the final merit list, the components that would be considered include CAT score, performance in WAT-PI rounds, past academic records, work experience and diversity factors. Refer to the link below to know the weightages assigned to the above mentioned parameters.

 

IIM Kashipur Final Merit List Generation Method

Components

Weight (PGP)

Method of Scoring

CAT Score (CS)

42

CS = (Candidate’s CAT Score/Highest CAT Score)*42

Class- X Marks (XM)

1

XM= (Candidates class X percentage) *1

100

Class –XII Marks (12M)

1

XM= (Candidates class XII percentage) *1

100

Graduation Marks (GM)

3

GM=X

Graduation Marks

Weight

60-65

1

Above 65-70

1.5

Above70-75

2

Above 75-80

2.5

Above 80

3

 

Post-Graduation (PG)

1

IF (Highest qualification = Post Graduation)

PG = 1 ELSE PG = 0

Work Experience (WE)

3

Months

Scores

No experience

0

0- 12

1

12- 24

2

24-36 and above

3

Only full time work experience acquired after Bachelor’s Degree will be considered. Apprenticeship, Article ship or Internship during course study would not be considered as work experience.

Diversity Factor: Academic Discipline (DFa)

4

Academic discipline pursued apart from Engineering = 4; ELSE  = 0

Diversity Factor: Gender (DFb)

5

Female or Transgender = 5; ELSE  = 0;

Shortlist Total

60

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The grand total marks is calculated as:

 

Grand Total = WAT & PI Total + Shortlist Total

 

Also Read
IIM Admission Criteria 2017-19
IIM Cutoff
IIM Kashipur Cutoff

 

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