IIM Rohtak has announced the admission criteria for the upcoming PGP batch of 2015-17. Compared to last year’s admission criteria, there has not been any change. Similar to last year, the admission process will follow 2 steps, shortlist and final selection. Let us have a look at the admission criteria in detail.

IIM Rohtak Shortlist Criteria 2015

The applicants of IIM Rohtak will be shortlisted on the basis of CAT 2014 cutoff, past academic records (marks in Class X, XII and UG), work experience and diversity. The following table brings to you the CAT 2014 cutoff.

CAT Component

Cutoff Percentile

General

NC-OBC

SC

ST

DA/PWD

Total

85

75

60

60

60

QA & DI

80

70

45

40

50

VA & LR

80

70

45

40

50

The candidates meeting the CAT 2014 Cutoff for IIM Rohtak would be shortlisted on the basis of their past academic records. The following table will share with you the cutoff marks of Class X, XII and UG.

Qualification

Cut Off Marks %

Gen

NC-OBC

SC

ST

DAP/PWD

X

70

65

60

55

60

XII

65

60

55

50

55

UG

60

55

50

45

50

 According to IIM Rohtak, after processing through the above criteria, what will be remaining are the candidates eligible for shortlisting. For each of these eligible candidates, the following (weighted) scores (given in the table below) will be computed.

Item

%Score

Maximum Score

CAT 2014 Total*

(Candidate’s Score) x 2

200

CAT 2014 Q & DI*

(Candidate’s Score) x 0.70

60

CAT 2014 VA & LR*

(Candidate’s Score) x 0.70

60

X Marks

(Candidate’s Score) x 0.5

50

XII Marks

(Candidate’s Score) x 0.5

50

UG Marks

(Candidate’s Score) x 0.5

45

Work Experience**

Candidate’s Score

75

Female**

Candidate’s Score

30

Non-Engineering**

Candidate’s Score

30

Grand Total

600

* Scores scaled to 100 ** Assigned scores

Work Experience Computation

The computation of the work experience will be made on the basis of the number of months of work experience acquired by the candidates.

Experience in Months

Score

Less than 12

0

12-23

40

24-35

75

36-47

30

48-59

10

60 & above

0

IIM Rohtak mentions, “To ensure gender diversity, female candidates will be assigned a grace score of 30. Similarly, to ensure subject diversity, candidates having a non-engineering background at graduation will be assigned a grace score of 30.”

The eligible candidates are then ranked on the basis of their actual Grand Total Score (out of 600) and top specified number will be called for the PA process above a required percentile.

 

Final Selection Procedure

The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the WAT and PI rounds of the Common Admission Procedure of the 6 new IIMs.

 

Preparing Final Shortlisted Candidates (FSL)

The final selection parameters and weightages are given in the following table:

S. No.

Components

Weights

1

CAT

50

2

PI & WA

30

3

PAP and others

20

Total

100

Also Read


IIM Ahmedabad Admission Criteria for PGP 2015-17

IIM Bangalore PGP 2015-17 Admission Criteria

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IIM Lucknow Admission Criteria 2015-17

IIM Kozhikode PGP Admission Criteria 2015-17

IIM Shillong Admission Policy 2015-17

IIM Udaipur PGP Admission Policy 2015-17

 

Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more on IIM Admission Criteria 2015-17.

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