IIT Bombay SJMSOM declares M.Mgmt 2015-17 shortlist
Shailesh J Mehta School of Management (SJMSOM), IIT Bombay has announced the shortlist for the Masters of Management (M.Mgmt) 2015-17 programme. The candidates have been shortlisted on the basis of the CAT 2014 scores. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the WAT/PI rounds.
Check your shortlist status below:
In order to check your shortlist status, enter your SOM registration number and CAT 2014 registration ID and click on Login.
Shortlisted candidates have to submit their slot preference by Sunday, February 8, 2015. The slots and accommodation will be booked on first cum first serve basis. The accommodation will be provided maximum for 24 hours.
After the Written Ability Test and Personal Interview rounds, the final merit list will be prepared.
SJMSOM Admission Criteria
The admission criteria for SJMSOM are given below.
The following criteria and weights are assigned for the final selection.
CAT score – 20%
WAT & PI – 44%
WAT – 10%
PI – 24%
Profile – 36%
The Personal Interview round will include the following parameters and weights:
Functional Knowledge: 12%
General & Social Awareness: 10%
Communication Skills: 12%
The following weights will be considered for candidate profiling:
Academic Profile: 23%
Work experience: 9%
Extra-curricular activities: 4%
10th Standard: 5%
12th Standard: 8%
Under Graduation: 10%
(Max. wt. = 9%) will have the following weights based on number of months
1 to 48
More than 60
=(n x 9)/48
= 9 – 2x(n-48)/3
Extra Curricular Activities
The extra-curricular activities as pursued from Class 11th standard onwards will have the following weights
National Level Winner
Inter State Participation / State Level Winner
Intra State Participation / Inter-College Winner
The total number of intakes for the M.Mgmt. programme is 240.
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Questions related to Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
How To get admission without any entrance exam
No you cannot get admission without entrance exams.
Admission to Shailesh J Mehta School of management is based on the scores obtained in the qualifying entrance examination along with further selection process.
For mba course, you need a valid cat score for selection. For emba course, you need a valid cat/gmat/gre score. For phd courses, you need a valid jest, ceed or gate scores.
For further admission related queries, visit
Hope this helps
For SJMSOM,Is sectional cutoff of cat score there for consideration, for a call, or they would call by the overall cutoff.I have asked this because some sources are saying that you would get a call if you clear the overall cutoff.
As far as I know along with clearing the overall cutoff you should also have to clear the sectional cutoff of every as well. Sectional cut off evey section is lower than the overall cutoff but it has to cleared if you want to get admission in SJMSOM, Since SJMSOM is the top college for management in Mumbai so it's has its high criteria set for getting admission.
But don't worry cutoff is based on the level of difficulty of the paper, So if you have work hard for the exam you won't be having any problems in clearing the cut off for different sections.
I hope the above information is beneficial for you
All the best.
If a candidate scored 83% in 10th and 59% in 12..is there any chance to get a seat in sjmsom?
CA/ICWA, with a first-class Bachelor's Degree in any discipline having secured 60% marks (55% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category) in aggregate (including all years/semesters) or a minimum CPI of 6.5 (6 in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category) out of 10.
Hope you find it helpful
let me know in the comment box if you are having any further doubts
do we have to fill a separate form for iit bombay
Yes ,one have to fill the application form to IIT Bombay .
We have to fill the form.there is a different application form fee for categories we can pay the amount through online and fill the application form
During the admission
All the best
76.82% in 10th,81.2% in 12th and 73.1% in engg pursuing,nc obc category I m, if i score 90+ percentile in cat,will i get call from SJMSOM?
Overall VARC DILR QA
NC-OBC 81 72 72 72
Now your CAT percentage is also calculated along with other criteria before shortlisting you for WAT and PI rounds. In 2018, it went as:
CAT Performance: 80%
Gender Diversity: 3%
Post Graduate/Professionals: 2%
Work experience: 5%
3% is for female candidates and 2% is for M.Tech,ME, MS, M.Arch, etc.
Your CAT score is calculated using the formula:
CAT score = (Candidates CAT scaled score/300) *80
Merit list preparation:
37.5% weightage will be given to your overall scaled score and that is calculated as:
CAT score = (Candidates CAT scaled score/300) *37.5
WAT carries 10% weightage and PI carried 37.5% weightage.
Your profile carries 15% and the breakdown is as follows:
Work experience: 5%
Extra curricular activities: 5%
Your 12th marks are asseessed as follows:
Marks obtained (in %) Formula used
>65 (x-65) *5/35
Your Graduation marks are assessed as follows:
Marks obtained (in %) Formula used
>65 and <=85 (x-65) *5/20
In short, if you can manage 95%, you can get a seat here
May be this can help you:
Quantitative Aptitude covers almost 30% of the CAT question paper. QA can be categorised into Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Advanced Mathematics. Practise chapter by chapter and develop mental calculations. Like practise more of basic summation, subtraction, fractions and tables. Numbers, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio, Proportionality, Time-Distance, Time-Work, Mixtures, Averages, Partnership, Permutation and Combinations, Probability, Set Theory, Progression and Series, Line, Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Polygon, Circles, Ares, Volume, Height and Distance, Coordinate Geometry, Basic Trigonometry are few important topics.
Because this section involves mathematics and takes most of your time, your focus should be on solving the problems efficiently in the beginning. Even if it takes time, practise upto perfection. Practise as many questions as you can in the conventional way. As and when you get a grip on the subject, you can go for short cuts. Memorise tables, square roots, cube roots, conversion from percent to fraction, etc. Solve sample papers on Mathematics. In the beginning, do not worry about the time it takes. As you practise, you will get the hang of the subject and it will be easier for you.
In Verbal Ability session, command on your English, Grammar, Vocabulary, Understanding of the given paragraph are of more importance. Reading English NewsPaper will also help you in your preparation.
Read articles from time to time. Follow newspapers, magazines, and watch the news channels and browse the internet to keep yourself updated. You will need a lot of reading to help you in the comprehension section. You will need speed to help you in this section and you can achieve that only by thorough practise and reading. Take time to understand the question because most answers are interlinked.
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning needs to be practised as much as possible. Comparison of data, Data Analysis, taking clues, interpreting missing data, coming to conclusions and making future projections will be covered under this Category. The questions here are interlinked and so if you get one formula correct, cracking the next few questions will be easy. So it's important to memorise and practise formulae. You should cover topics like Data tables, Data Charts, Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts, Graphs, Data Comparison and Analysis.
As this is the most tricky section, this needs a lot of practise. Solve as many sample papers as possible to get the hang of the section. Make notes when required. Regular practise can help you understand and solve the questions easily as time goes on.
Overall,once you know the syllabus, it's easier from there on.Go through the previous papers to analyse and prepare a comprehensive plan and set priorities according to the importance of different topics across sections. Customise your own study plan based on your strengths and weaknesses. Gauge your preparation from time to time by taking mock tests. Solve questions to check your levels of preparation but not to set any targets. Remember, its ok to have cheat days and relax. But make sure you have a plan and stick to it for the next few months