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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In order to get an admission in JBIMS,you will be required to appear for the common entrance test MAHCET conducted by the DTE (or) if you appeared for the entrance exams such as GMAT/CAT/MAT/ATMA/XAT ,you can directly appear for the councelling procedure.JBIMS takes admission of students on the basis of the marks obtained in any one of the above entrance exams.
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The Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai accepts MAH CET scores for admissions to its six Masters in Management programmes.
According to the officials, the MAH CET JBIMS last year Cutoff for open category candidates is 125, i.e Under 50 Rank.
Alok, world is a strange place and we get to hear lot of things, But what we take to our heart depends on us. Now CMAT score is not considered for JBIMS. MAH CET is a State level entrance exam. In fact, truth be told, JBIMS considers CAT/MAHCET. GMAT is for Foreign Nationals. So, CMAT isn't even in the picture. So if you want to take admission in JBIMS, you should appear for CAT or MAHCET. Now CAT exam has already happened and it is not clear whether you have appeared for CAT or not. So you should appear for MAHCET for admission to JBIMS because your MAHCET score carries 60% weightage for being shortlisted for JBIMS.
As per my information JBIMS( if you are talking about Jamna Lal Bajaj) has stopped considering MAT score since 2018.
Only CAT/CMAT/CET will be accepted.
The score required will depend on your category (Maharashtra state candidate/ other than Maharashtra state candidate)
For Maharastra state candidate (open) cutoff will be in the range of 99.85–99.90
For others it will be 99.99.
Admissions to the IIMs are only done through CAT scores. However, many top colleges also accept scores obtained in ATMA, XAT, MAT or GMAT. Some top private intitutes hold their own entrance examinations e.g. Amity, NMIMN, Symbiosis, XUB etc. If you want to take direct admission without giving any national level entrance test, some institutes, which are not in India's top 100, also offer that.
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