Admission Process For Management Institutes In India-spyair

Reference-and-Education The most sought after post graduate degree/ diploma in management requires a bachelors degree as minimum qualification. Most Management colleges and institutes in India require a candidate to have a minimum of a bachelors degree which is of three year duration and awarded by any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC. There is also a minimum percentage that is required for admission which differs from one Institute to another. Some require a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent CGPA in graduation while others do not have a minimum percentage, just requires the candidate to pass in the qualifying examination. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Differently Abled (DA) categories are given a relaxation in percentage by 5% by most Institutes. In case the candidates are awarded grades/CGPA instead of marks, the conversion of grades/CGPA to percentage of marks would be based on the procedure certified by the university/ institution from where they have obtained the bachelor’s degree. There are few institutes that require minimum full time work experience to apply for their post graduate programmes such as those meant for working executives. The work experience can range anything from one year to five years or more depending the course and institute requirement. The work experience certificate has to be produced at the time of interview, certified by authority from the organization worked for. If you belong to SC/ST or OBC categories, your caste/tribe must be listed in the Government of India schedule. The caste certificate must be shown and a photocopy enclosed at the time of interviews. If you belong to Differently Abled (DA) Category, a copy of the DA certificate must be shown and a photocopy enclosed at the time of interviews. A candidate has to register and appear for any one or more of the Management exams held to shortlist the candidates as a part of the initial Screening Process. Main management Exams held in India are Common Admission Test (CAT), Management Aptitude Test (MAT), Xavier Admission Test (XAT), Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test (IBSAT) and Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP Test). Find out the appropriate management entrance exam after short listing the Management colleges and Institutes you want to apply to. Send in the application form and wait for the admit card required to enter the examination hall for a written test. Once you have been short listed by one or many of the management Institutes you are sent a letter for the second round of screening process which involves group discussion, role plays, group activities where in your behavior and attitude to work with the group is tested followed by a personal Interview. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: