IIM Ranchi has announced the admission criteria for PGDM and PGDHRM 2017-19 batches. The admission to IIM Ranchi programmes will take place in two stages. In the first stage, candidates are shortlisted based on the CAT 2016 cutoff and the second or final stage of IIM Ranchi admission includes WAT and PI rounds. Let us take a detailed look at the IIM Ranchi admission criteria 2017-19.

 

IIM Ranchi Shortlist Criteria

The CAT 2016 takers will be shortlisted on the basis of the screening or eligibility percentiles. The table below brings to you the CAT 2016 cutoff for IIM Ranchi PGDM 2017-19 programme.

 

IIM Ranchi CAT 2016 Cutoff

Category

Quantitative Ability (QA)

Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI & LR)

Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VARC)

Total (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 Ranchi, the above mentioned cutoff criteria is indicative and may undergo changes. The shortlisted candidates of all the nine new IIMs, who participate in the Common Admission Process will be merged to make a combined shortlist to conduct the further rounds of selection process.

 

Final Selection Criteria of IIM Ranchi 2017 Admission 

 

The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the common WAT-PI rounds to be held in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore. The final selection criteria is brought to you in the table below.

 

IIM Ranchi PGDM Selection Criteria

Components

Weightages

CAT Score

30 per cent

PI Score

30 per cent

WAT Score

10 per cent

Profile

30 per cent

Profile

The profile criterion is further divided into following components and their weightages are as follows:

 

IIM Ranchi Profile Classification

Components

Weightages (Out of 30 marks)

Academic Profile

15

Work Experience

5

Academic Diversity

5

Gender Diversity

5

Academic Profile

As per CAT Per Cent

85 per cent and above

80-85 per cent

75-80 per cent

70-75 per cent

70-65 per cent

Less than 65 per cent

SSC

5

4

3

2

1

0

HSC

5

4

3

2

1

0

Graduation

5

4

3

2

1

0

Academic and Gender Diversity

 

Non-Engineering and female candidates will be given five marks in order to maintain the diversity factor in the classroom.

 

Work Experience

Duration of Work Experience

Marks

<11 Months

0

12-17 Months

2

18-23 Months

4

24-29 Months

5

30-35 Months

3

>/=36 Months

2

PGDHRM 2017-19 Admission Criteria

The PGDHRM candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of CAT 2016 performance, work experience and Bachelor’s Degree. The weightages assigned to these criteria are as below.

 

IIM Ranchi PGDHRM 2017 Shortlist Criteria

Components

Weightages

CAT Score

75 per cent

Bachelor’s Degree

15 per cent

Work Experience

10 per cent

The Bachelor’s Degree weightage depends upon the discipline pursued in Graduation. The weightages assigned to the disciplines are given below:

 

IIM Ranchi PGDHRM Bachelor’s Degree Rating Scores

Bachelor’s Degree Disciplines

Rating Score

Law, Sociology, Psychology

15

Engineering/Technology

10

Agricultural Engineering, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Science/Technology

7

Hotel & Tourism Management, Food Technology, Forestry, Horticulture, Fisheries

7

Medicine/Dentistry, Pharmacology/Pharmacy, Rural Studies, Science, Veterinary Science, Architecture

7

Arts/Humanities (other than Sociology, psychology), Education, Management

6

CA, Commerce/Economics, Company Secretary ship, Cost and Works Accountancy

5

Work Experience: Candidates with more than 12 months work experience will be awarded 10 marks and those with work experience below one year will not be given any marks.

 

Final Selection Criteria for PGDHRM 2017

Components

Weightages

CAT Score

20 per cent

PI Score

35 per cent

WAT Score

20 per cent

Profile

25 per cent

The Profile component is further divided into following criteria:

 

IIM Ranchi PGDHRM 2017 Profile Criteria Classification

Components

Weightages

Academic Profile

12

Work Experience

10

Gender Diversity

3

Academic Profile

The academic profiling is done on the basis Class X or SSC and Class XII or HSC scores. The following table brings the marks assigned on the basis of the percentages obtained.

 

IIM Ranchi PGDHRM 2017 Academic Profile Computation

 

85 per cent and above

80-85 per cent

75-80 per cent

70-75 per cent

65-70 per cent

Less than 65 per cent

SSC

6

5

4

3

2

0

HSC

6

5

4

3

2

0

Work Experience

Duration of Work Experience

Maximum Marks

Less than six months

0

Six to 11 months

6

12 to 17 months

8

18 to 23 months

10

24 to 29 months

8

30 to 35 months

6

36 months or above

4

Gender Diversity

Three marks is allotted for female applicants at IIM Ranchi’s PGDHRM 2017-19 programme.

 

Also Read
IIM Admission Criteria 2017-19
IIM Cutoff

 

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