IIM Nagpur has released the admission criteria for PGP 2017-19 batch. The batch size will remain same as last year, i.e. 60. The applicants will be shortlisted on the basis of CAT 2016 scores. Final selection will be based on the shortlisted candidates’ Past Academic Performance (PAP), Work Experience and CAT performance. IIM Nagpur has released the CAT 2016 cutoff percentiles for different candidate categories. According to the institute, the cutoff percentile is the only criterion that will be considered for shortlist. The following table brings to you the CAT 2016 cutoff percentiles for the different candidate categories.

 

IIM Nagpur CAT 2016 Cutoff

 

Category

Minimum CAT 2016 percentile for shortlisting, section-wise

Seats Available

Section 1

(VARC)

Section 2

(DILR)

Section 3

(QA)

Overall

General

28

80

80

80

90

NC-OBC

16

72

72

72

81

SC

9

60

60

60

75

ST

5

50

50

50

65

DAP

2

50

50

50

65

Final Selection Criteria

Eligible candidates will receive email from IIM Nagpur carrying the link of webpage where they have to express and reconfirm their interest to pursue their candidature for the admission to PGP in management at IIM Nagpur by a stipulated date. The email is scheduled to be sent by April 21.

 

Past Academic Performance

Candidates’ marks obtained in Class X, Class XII and Bachelor’s Degree marks. The following table brings to you the rating given according to the percentage of marks obtained.

 

Past Academic Performance Rating Scores

Percent score in 10th Std. Exam

Rating Score

A

<= 55

1

> 55 and <= 60

2

> 60 and <= 70

3

> 70 and <= 80

4

> 80 and <= 90

7

> 90

10

 

Percent score in 12th Std. Exam

Rating Score

B

<= 55

1

> 55 and <= 60

2

> 60 and <= 70

3

> 70 and <= 80

4

> 80 and <= 90

7

> 90

10

 

Percent score in Bachelor's Degree (Engg&Tech)

Rating Score

C

<= 52

1

> 52 and <= 55

2

> 55 and <= 60

3

> 60 and <= 65

4

> 65 and <= 70

7

> 70

10

 

Academic Performance Rating Score

Percent score in Bachelor's Degree (Other Disciplines)

Rating Score

C

<= 52

1

> 52 and <= 55

3

> 55 and <= 60

5

> 60 and <= 65

7

> 65 and <= 70

10

PAP Score for the candidate: (0.25*A+0.35*B+0.40*C)/10

 

Work Experience

WE = 0

For x <6

WE = 0

For x > 60

WE = x/30

For 6 <= x <=30

WE = 1 – ((x-30)/30)

For 30 <x <=60

Final Selection

The final selection will take place on the basis of the ranks of the candidates computed for each category. The formula used to compute the final rank is:

FS =0.50 * (CAT Total Score /Maximum1 CAT Total Score) + 0.30 * (PAP Score) + 0.20 * (WE Score)

The selected candidates will receive provisional admission intimation by e-mail. They will have to accept and confirm the offer online on IIM Nagpur website and pay an acceptance fee of Rs. 50,000 which will be adjusted towards Term I fees subsequently.


Also Read

IIM Admission Criteria 2017-19

IIM Cutoff

 

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