JBIMS Mumbai Cutoff - The cutoff of JBIMS Mumbai will be announced for admissions to the academic year 2019-21. The Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai accepts MAH CET scores for admissions to its six Masters in Management programmes. The JBIMS Cutoff has been announced category wise, marks and state rank wise. According to the officials, the MAH CET JBIMS Cutoff for open category candidates is 125. Candidates with equal or more marks in MAH CET will be called for further admission process. It must be noted that candidates will be shortlisted only as per JBIMS cutoff for MAH CET. Candidates, across the category, securing marks/ranks as per the cutoff of JBIMS will be called for the Common Admission Process (CAP), conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra. Candidates can check all the details about the JBMIMS Cutoff from this article along with the admission and seat reservation criteria.Latest- Candidates can check CAT result 2019 by entering their User ID and Password.
JBIMS Mumbai cutoff refers to the minimum marks required by the candidates to be able to participate in the admission process, which is called as CAP. The candidates are first shortlisted on the basis of their MAH CET scores. 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 MAH CET will also be assigned a State level Merit number on the basis of their scores/percentile, as mentioned in the score-cards. Thereafter, such candidates, are asked to appear for a counselling round conducted by MAH CET conducting body- DTE. The counselling process assigns management seats in JBIMS Mumbai and other MAH CET participating B-schools on the basis of their ranks.
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The category wise MAH CET scores and state ranks or JBIMS Mumbai Cutoff is mentioned in the table below.
(out of 200)
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/JBIMS Cutoff, 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.
The candidates securing allotment are required to confirm the admission by reporting at the institute mentioned in the allotment along with the original certificates.
JBIMS Admission and Fee details: Admission process of 2018 made an intake of 120 students. The fee structure for last year is as follows:
Total Fees for Open candidate – Rs.3,00,000 per annum
Total fees for candidate from Reserved Category – Rs.1,07,420 per annum
JBIMS Seat Reservation: Students with marks/scores of various other exams such as MAT, CMAT, and CAT can also opt for the admission in this institution. Additional 15% over and above 120 seats i.e. 18 seats will be allocated under FS/CIO/PIO quota on the basis of state merit list under this category.
The expected cutoff for JBIMS is 125 (out of 200) for general category.
The admission process for JBIMS (CAP) consists of four rounds. In the first three rounds, candidates have to fill separate online option forms. The last round will be counseling round. The seats are allotted according to the merit list, option selected by the candidates and the number of seats available.
The fee structure for JBIMS is mentioned below:
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Hello dear student,
You cannot take admission in the colleges who ask for cat results to give admission for MBA . as these are very less percentile and these are not even valid to give admission to get admission in MBA . It equally means like not qualified. While you can search for the colleges who do not ask for the cat marks. And you can take admission in those MBA colleges
In 2019,there were 325 MBA colleges who accepted MAH CET 2019 scores for MBA/MMS admission.Some of the colleges include JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, Dy Patil, N L Dalmia.So you can get an admission into those mentioned institutes by you through your MHT CET scores.All these colleges also accept the CMAT scores for admission process.All the best!!
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (
) is now accepting the score of both ATMA and MAT scores for admission to their MMS programme. They also accept valid score of at least one examination, namely: MAH CET/CAT/CMAT/XAT.
Hope this information helps you.
Wishing you a good luck !
Convocation ceremony is conducted in most of the collages.From.my research Jbims also has convocation certificate for every student, but I didn't find a ceremony conducted for the same.
Convocation ceromony is ually cinducted in collages after 1 year or graduation or 6 months.
Collage official website will provide more information.
Hope this will help you.
To apply for jBIMS,SIMSREE you need to have CAT/CMAT/MH CET marks XAT is not accepted. In order to apply via cat score f
ill the online application form by entering the required academic and professional details through the official DTE Maharashtra website.
After successful submission of application form, candidates will be eligible to appear in the CAP rounds to be conducted by DTE Maharastra .However CAT cutoff are generally 99+.
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