JBIMS Mumbai Admission Process and Fee
JBIMS Mumbai Admission Process and Fee - For every MAH CET aspirant, the first preference for pursuing their post-graduate in management is Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), which is the department of management studies of the University of Mumbai, named after noted industrialist and philanthropist, Jamnalal Bajaj. The institute was founded in the year 1995 and has produced illustrious alumni like Chanda Kochhar, Mani Ratnam, Vinita Bali, Siddharth Roy Kapoor, and others. MBA aspirants planning to join this premier B-School can check the programme and course details along with JBIMS admission process and fee structure.
JBIMS Mumbai Admission Process and Fee
Programmes and Seats: The B-School offers two years full-time post-graduate programme- Master of Management Studies (MMS). The batch size is 137, which is sanctioned by AICTE. JBIMS also accepts CAT, MAT and CMAT scores for admissions to its flagship programme.
Fee: The fee for two-year Management Degree is Rs. 3 lakh per annum, which is Rs. 6 lakh for open candidates. For reserved category candidates, fee per annum is Rs. 1,07,420. The fee amount significantly lesser in terms of the fee at other top B-schools or IIMs. The syllabus or the course structure, however, is similar to that of other top B-schools. The average package of the batch is around or more than, Rs. 18.91 lakh per annum, which means the Return on Investment (ROI) is multiple than the prestigious IIMs. The brands and companies that visit the campus are of excellent quality and are the same companies that visit other IIMs or B-schools for placements.
Eligibility: Candidates must be graduates in any discipline from a recognised institute with minimum 50 percent marks in aggregate. They must have valid scores of MAH CET or CAT, based on which they will be shortlisted for final admissions.
As mentioned in the official brochure of DTE, Candidates who have appeared for MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2018/CAT 2017 (conducted by IIMs)/ GMAT (conducted by GMAC, USA)/ CMAT 2018 (Conducted by AICTE)/MAT 2018 (conducted by AIMA)/ XAT 2018 (conducted by XLRI)/ ATMA (conducted by AIMS) are considered to be eligible for admission against the All India Seats subject to the fulfillment of eligibility criteria.
MAH CET Cutoff for JBIMS
(out of 200)
Selection Procedure adopted for admission through CAP: The candidates are shortlisted on the basis of MAH CET scores. Thereafter, shortlisted candidates are asked to appear for a counselling round conducted by MAH CET conducting body- DTE. The counselling process assigns management seats in the MAH CET participating B-schools on the basis of their ranks.
Each Maharashtra State candidate who appears in MAH CET will be assigned a State level Merit number on the basis of percentile/scores obtained in MAH CET. The Non- Maharashtra state candidates who appear in CAT or MAH CET will also be assigned a State level Merit number on the basis of their scores/percentile, as mentioned in the score-cards.
Centralised Admission Process (CAP): For the current academic year, DTE will conduct total four rounds of Centralized Admission. The CAP will consist of three rounds by Centralized Allotment wherein eligible candidates have to fill separate online option forms for respective rounds. The fourth round of CAP will be conducted through counselling only for the eligible Maharashtra State candidates.
Seats will be allotted to students as per their merit, and as per the options filled in the counselling forms, and the number of seats available at the stage of CAP rounds- one, two and three.
Candidates securing allotment are required to confirm the admission by reporting at the institute mentioned in the allotment along with the original certificates.
JBIMS Mumbai is a part of MAH CET Counselling. Students for final admission are selected on the basis of MAH CET Counselling. There are two ways of participation in the MAH CET Counselling.
The candidates, who have appeared in the test, can directly login through their registration credentials.
Candidates have valid scores of CAT, XAT, ATMA or GMAT but not MAH CET have to register.
The MAH CET Counselling application fee is Rs. 2000 for Open category candidates from Maharashtra, outside Maharashtra and J&K migrant candidates. The registration fee for the reserved category candidates is Rs. 1800. Only those candidates who had qualified in results of MAH CET will be able to take part in CAP.
Changed Process: In 2015, JBIMS did not participate in the Common Admission Process (CAP) or the counselling rounds for final admissions, but, from 2016 onwards the institute started participating in the CAP process again for final admissions.
MAH CET scores are accepted by over 400 B-schools in Maharashtra. The test is taken by around 90,000 MBA aspirants across India.
Course Details: The course content is common for all students in the first year as per the guidelines of Mumbai University. Specialisation is offered in the second year (MMS II) when core subjects are taken up by students. The institute also offers electives throughout the course.
Candidates are required to have a practical approach to learning by doing project work, field studies, market research, and case studies as a part of their course curriculum. Evaluation is done on the basis of students’ participation and performance throughout the semester like participation in the class in various activities, quizzes, surprise and pre-announced mid-term tests. Written test carries an almost equal weight-age at the end of the term/semester.
The admissions to the MMS batch of 2016-18 at JBIMS Mumbai are done through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Government of Maharashtra. The CAP process is conducted in the month of May for the eligible candidates.
To be eligible for the CAP process, candidates are required to appear in MAH- MBA/MMS CET 2019 for admission to the first year of the Master of Management Studies, conducted by DTE. The test was conducted over two days in a computer-based format on March 9 and 10, 2019. The registration process for the test starts from the month of February and ends in the same month.
Placement: JBIMS completes its final placement process by the end of February each year, with a slight increase in average salary package. For instance, in the year 2018, the average salary package increased to Rs. 18.91 LPA from Rs. 18.76 LPA in 2017.
As many as 69 companies recruited our students for BFSI & IB, Consulting, FMCG, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Retail, Telecom and Technology sectors. BFSI is the highest recruiting sector. Top recruiters are Abbott, Aditya Birla Group, Capgemini, Citibank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, HUL, ICICI Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co., JSW, McKinsey & Company etc.
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Questions related to JBIMS
Is JBIMS accepting ATMA score this year? If yes, then how much percentile is required?
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS)is one of the oldest and best b-schools in India and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. There are many programs offered by JBIMS. Yes, JBIMS accept ATMA score only if you have given CET exams. The college will accept both ATMA Feb and May scores. The cut off for general category for ATMA is 99.99 percentile.
Other exam score which is accepted by JBIMS is: CAT, XAT, CMAT, ATMA, CET
What is the procedure to take admission in PhD?
step1:- look for suitable college option as per your interest.
step2:- apply when application form is open.
step3:- after getting short listed, go through the further selection process as per college selection guideline.
some college have screening test for admission into PhD. Admission to PhD is done on the basis of score in Masters i.e.PG degree. if you hold good score and done from a recognized college then there is high probability to get an admission. There might be some relaxation for reservation category. Do check it and apply accordingly.
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Hi I am planning to seek an admission in jbims for MHRDM. I just saw that the last day of online admission process was yesterday. Can anyone help me with my queries that how can i now get the admissions here?
JBIMS offers MHRDM course as part time masters program. The entrance exam was going to held on 21st June, but later they postponed it and extended the online application till 26th June and now the written examination will be held on 28th June. So there is no other way to apply for program.
Even if you feel so contact the college. The link for such is given below
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how to apply in jbims and when forms of jbims will be available
The admission for Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies for MMS program is done through merit basis and CAP counseling rounds. The process start in the month of June but due to this pandemic situation it is delayed. So once the process starts you have to fill the form and then you will get your rank according to your category and also in general. Through that you can apply for colleges. JBIMS cut for MMS general category is around 99.6
If not MMS you can apply for MSc Finance course or Human Resource course through the website of JBIMS. The intake Capacity is less for these programs
You can visit the link below for more information
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what are the average stipend available for jbims, is it for one month??
In the year 2018, The highest stipend offered at the JBIMS was Rs 5.5 lakh for two months. The average stipend for the batch of 2020 was Rs 1.89 lakh.
The top 10% of the batch took home a stipend of Rs 3.24 lakh, while the top 30% was offered Rs 2.8 lakh on an average.
The technology sector firms included Capgemini, Mahindra Comviva, Pepperfry.com, TCS and Wipro who were a part of the placement process.
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