Institute: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai has announced its admission criteria for the two-year Masters in Management Studies (MMS) programme, for the academic year 2017-19. Unlike previous years, JBIMS will not be conducting the admission process through Common Admissions Process (CAP) by DTE, rather will shortlist students on the basis of Personal-Assessment rounds.
The official notification of JBIMS states, "For the year 2017-19, JBIMS will admit students based on the process conducted by the institute and not through the Common Admissions Process (CAP) carried out by DTE." JBIMS will first shortlist students on the basis of CAT 2016 or MAH CET 2017 scores, and further select students on the basis of their performance in the personal assessment rounds, along with the past academic and extra-curricular achievements.
Eligibility Criteria: Aspirants must have a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate at graduation level. Students belonging to backward class category and persons with disability of Maharashtra state need to have 45% in aggregate from a recognised university/institute. The graduation degree must be of minimum three years.
Qualifying Exams: Candidates must have valid scores of CAT 2016 or MAH CET 2017. Foreign nationals or NRI candidates must have GMAT scores taken after January 2013.
Application Process: Eligible candidates have to register online, for which the dates will be announced by the officials. The application fee is as mentioned in the table,
General, J&K Migrants, PIOs, NRIs, Foreign Nationals, Children of Indian workers in Gulf countries
Backward class (SC/ ST/ VJ/ DT/ NT(B)/ NT(C)/ NT(D)/ OBC/ SBC) and Physically handicapped from Maharashtra state only
The application fee can be paid by either of the modes- online or offline. Candidates can pay through Debt/Credit card or DD/Bank Transfer.
Counselling Process: JBIMS will first shortlist candidates on the basis of CAT/MAH CET scores and their profiles. The shortlisted candidates, later have to appear for an in-person assessment consisting of group activity, personal interview and a written test. The selection rounds for the shortlisted candidates will be conducted at Mumbai only.
Final selection will be on the basis of performance in the personal assessment or selection rounds, along with the past academic and extra-curricular achievements.
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Post declaration of MH-CET
result will take place in last week of March
after which the DTE Maharashtra will start the Centralized Admission Process (
) to allot the MBA/MMS seats in all the participating MBA colleges.
Since September 2, 2019 ruling, Supreme court of India has restored the autonomous status of JBIMS. Thus some changes has been done in the seats allocation as the no. of seats are reduced from 120 to 102 for mahrashtra candidates but the no. of seats available for all India candidates is still 18. The expected cutoff score to get into JBIMS for all India open category seat is around 150-155.
Yes it is right JBIMS has stopped taking students from outside maharashtra they has replaced it with NRI quota ( if in your family any of your member is NRI than you are eligible for NRI quota).
So, if you are an OMS student than you're only chance for getting JBIMS MMS seat is by NRI QUOTA.
I hope the above information is beneficial for you.
All the best.
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