SSN School of Management, Kalavakkam has announced the MBA admission for the academic year 2018. Founded by Dr. Shiv Nadar, Chairman, HCL Technologies, SSN School of Management is a part of SSN Institutions. It offers MBA programme affiliated by Anna University, Chennai. The B-School is approved by AICTE. Careers360 brings to you the admission notification of SSN School of Management, Kalavakkam.
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Programs Offered: Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
Program Fees: INR 5,00,000 (inclusive of hostel fee)
Application Fees & Mode of Application
Candidates can apply in either offline or online mode. The application fee is Rs. 950.
(Offline. Online or both): Rs. 950
Candidates should be graduates in any discipline from a recognised institute/university with minimum 60 percent aggregate marks.
Candidates should have above 60 percent aggregate marks in Class X and XII with consistent academic record.
Applicants have to appear for at least one of the national or state level MBA entrance exams (listed in the table below)
MBA Entrance Exams and Cutoffs
Note: Marginally lesser scores in admission tests may be accepted if past academic record is good and consistent.
Shortlisted candidates will have to appear for Group Discussion and Interview rounds to be held at Chennai
Last Date to Apply/Register
15 days from the date of admission test results
Result Announcement Date
7 days after GD/PI
Institute/ Address & Contact Number
SSN School of Management,
Old Mahabalipuram Road,
Kalavakkam (Off Chennai),
Kanchipuram District – 603 110
Phone: 044 –2746 9774/ 2746 9700 Ext-287, 255
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