SPJIMR Cutoff - Careers360 presents the SPJIMR cutoffs for different entrance exams that a candidate needs to score in order to be a part of the admission procedure of SPJIMR. SP Jain Institute of Management (SPJIMR), Mumbai is one of the leading institutes for management education in the country. It considers the scores of Common Admission Test (CAT), Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT-XLRI) and GMAT for its admission process. In this article, The students who are looking for admission to the institute must know SPJIMR cutoff. Initially, candidates are shortlisted on the basis of their profile and then, if a candidate meets the minimum cutoff criteria of the institute, he/she becomes eligible for the final selection round which is based on the composite score in academics, work, interviews, diversity etc. Read the article to know SPJIMR cutoff for CAT, XAT and GMAT and more details of the admission process.
SPJIMR Cutoff 2017
There are different SP Jain cutoffs for different exams. Candidates who apply for admission to SPJIMR need to meet the sectional as well as the overall cutoff in order to move ahead in the admission process. The following table explains the section-wise and overall SPJIMR cutoff:
SP Jain cutoff 2017 for different exams
English Language & Logical Reasoning
GMAT (Jan 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2017)
*VARC – Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
*DILR – Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
*QA – Quantitative Ability
Apart from the cutoff of SPJIMR, candidates need to meet some basic eligibility criteria as well. The following pointers explain the same:
Candidates must have a strong consistent academic performance in 10th, 12th and Graduation. An aggregate of all the subjects mentioned on the mark sheet will be considered.
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree with minimum 50 percent marks or equivalent CGPA awarded by any recognised university. The Graduation degree must be minimum three years after 10+2.
Final year Graduation students are also eligible.
SPJIMR Selection Process
First, candidates are called for an early round of interview after getting shortlisted on the basis of their profile which includes -
Relevant work experience
Versatility and achievements
Second, candidates are called for another interview round after the declaration of entrance test scores.
Third, the final selection is based on the composite score – Candidate’s profile + Academic record + Entrance test scores (CAT/XAT/GMAT) + Relevant work experience (if any) + Performance in the two rounds of group interviews.
Total Number of Seats: SPJIMR offers 240 seats for PGDM programme. Including additional seats for PIO/OCI and Foreign nationals, the maximum total number of seats is up to 276.