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IIM Amritsar successfully concluded PARIPREKSHYA 2019

Indian Institute of Management, Amritsar successfully conducted its third annual Finance & Marketing Conclave, Pariprekshya 2019 on 12th October 2019.

PARIPREKSHYA 2019

Pariprekshya 2019- the Finance & Marketing Conclave, witnessed well known experts from various industries across the country having perceptive discussions on different aspects of Finance and Marketing. The veterans from the industry interacted and reflected with the budding managers on the recent trends and developments in the domains of Finance and Marketing.

The theme for the Finance panel discussion was ‘Changing landscape of the BFSI sector’ while the theme for the Marketing panel discussion was ‘Marketing in the Age of Voice Search and Virtual Assistants’.

The eminent panellists in Finance Panel included Mr. Ashutosh Bishnoi (MD & CEO, Mahindra Asset Management Ltd.), Mr. Kapish Jain (Chief Financial Officer, PNB Housing Finance Limited), Mr. Rakesh Singhania (Chief Financial Officer, Wells Fargo India), Mr. Sudipto Roy (Founder and Director, Finlabs India Private Limited), Dr. Harshavardhan Raghunath (Partner/Senior Advisor, Bain & Co.), Mr. Jaykumar Shah (Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Tata Capital Financial Services Ltd.), Mr. Rohit Patoria (Head Planning and Control-Pymnt Biz, HDFC Bank).

The eminent panellists in the Marketing Panel included Ms. Archana Sinha (Senior Director Corporate Marketing, Salesforce), Mr. Amit Tyagi (Chief Marketing Officer, Sonata Software Limited), Mr. Sudharsan R (Head of Marketing Operations, Dell EMC), Mr. Sameer Seth (Director Marketing, Dolby Laboratories), Mr. Prasenjit Roy (Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, NTT Com-Netmagic), Mr. Balaji Vaidyanathan (Marketing Director-CEEMA, Franklin Templeton).

The Conclave commenced with lighting of the lamp of wisdom & knowledge. Prof. Mahima Gupta of IIM Amritsar welcomed the esteemed panellists. She emphasized on the fact that how the students are gaining practical knowledge through Conclaves and encouraged the students of IIM Amritsar to gauge and understand the perspective of the industry stalwarts.

Introducing the theme for discussion, IIM Amritsar students delivered a few presentations on the themes of the Conclave and briefly introduced the audience about “Changing landscape of the BFSI sector” and “Marketing in the Age of Voice Search and Virtual Assistants”. The first team of presenters comprising of Mr. Rishabh Jain and Mr. Kushagra Kukreja of PGP05 explained the audience about Fintech and how it is responsible for process automation in Banking and Financial Sector. The second team of presenters comprising of Mr. Saurabh Lohani and Mr. Milin Solanki of PGP05 talked about Virtual Assistants and how it is bringing a change in our everyday lives.

Mr. Ashutosh Bishnoi was the moderator for the first session. He explained the audience about the history of Banking and Financial Sector and how through a system of debit and credit, it became prominent in our lives.

Dr. Harshavardhan Raghunath highlighted the fact that in order to be a $ 5 trillion economy, we have to increase the capacity of Financial system. The reach and efficiency of the system has to be increased and it needs to be more robust and reliable.

Mr. Rakesh Singhania mentioned how there has been a tremendous amount of change in the system nowadays and now customers are being targeted based on their lifestyles. He also reflected upon the fact that banks will have to ensure data security in the upcoming future.

Mr. Rohit Patoria explained how the Payment Ecosystem has changed over the years. From payment in cash, we have moved to Debit and Credit Cards, QR codes, Aadhar enabled Payments, etc, which is reliable and easy to use.

Mr. Jaykumar Shah explained how from operating in cash and Fintech only, the two services are rapidly working in collaboration with each other. He also emphasized that the upcoming generation’s demands are changing at a fast pace and instant decision making is required.

Mr. Kapish Jain mentioned that BFSI is a phenomenal place to be in. Only thing we need to do is be adaptable to change, have a good understanding of future, and get into new learnings instantly because what got you here won’t get you to the next level.

Mr. Sudipto Roy highlighted that technology was already present since long time. Now, people are thinking about analyzing the ‘right data’. He also mentioned about the misconception that Fintech would take away the jobs. However, in reality they both can co-exist side by side.

Mr. Prasenjit Roy was the moderator for the second session. He explained the audience how the Virtual Assistants are bringing a change globally, where a large percentage of the total population interact with the help of machines. He also mentioned the advantages of customized Chatbots.

Mr. Amit Tyagi mentioned how we are on a journey from Text Search to Thought Search. We are living in a world where social shift is happening on a large scale. He further explained that there are five stages in Virtual Assistance namely, Instruct, Interact, Predict, Empathize and Relate.

Mr. Balaji Vaidyanathan mentioned how we are the fast adapters of technology and changes in the upcoming years will be frequent in nature. He stated that Voice Assistance Technology will have a huge impact on current as well as future marketers.

Mr. Sudharsan R talked about how to make brand stick to the mind in the world of algorithms. He also explained that “Choice Modelling” is going to be different in future and our choices will be algorithm-based only i.e. less irrational and more logical.

Ms. Archana Sinha highlighted that Consumer preference is changing nowadays. The company which fails to adapt according to the market needs, will eventually fail. She also shared her experience at Salesforce by drawing insights from her research data through which students gained a bit of exposure towards the practical data.

Mr. Sameer Seth mentioned how Artificial Intelligence and Voice Assistance has existed for a very long time and how it has affected the daily lifestyles of individuals. He then went on to share examples from his daily lifestyle about how he is incorporating the use of Virtual Assistance.

The students of IIM Amritsar showed great enthusiasm during both panel discussions. The discussions were made highly interactive through a healthy Q&A session between the panellists and students. The Conclave successfully concluded on a high note at 5:30 p.m. in the evening.

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IIM Udaipur and Quikr collaborate to co-develop new knowledge for a digital future

Indian Institute of Management Udaipur (IIMU), the youngest QS2020 management ranker, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Quikr, the platform behind leading transaction marketplaces built on top of India’s largest classifieds business to empower and equip future talent with knowledge of digital businesses and the way digital technologies are changing businesses world over.

Through this association, IIMU’s newly launched one-year MBA in Digital Enterprise Management (DEM) will invite Quikr’s real-world industry exposure for the participants. IIMU will host student mentorship by conducting knowledge-based workshops on trending digital technologies, adding Quikr’s inputs to the curriculum structure from time-to-time and seeking access to Quikr case studies and research material to hone their skillsets. IIMU’s students and Quikr will work on co-creating knowledge in the form of research papers, white papers, and an industry-level framework to do joint research in the areas of mutual interests. Quikr will also provide short term projects to IIMU students in order to expose them to real-world challenges in the digital world.

India is already one of the largest and fastest-growing markets for digital consumers. With more than half a billion internet subscribers, Indian consumers have firmly adopted digital technologies. Adding to this, initiatives like Digital India and Skill India are further accelerating the country’s digital revolution. With this tie-up, IIMU will enhance its’ students’ ability to be a part of this revolution by making them into the first set of managers in the country who are explicitly trained in the world of digital business by Quikr.

“DEM is designed to equip management students to develop knowledge and skill to conceive, lead, and execute innovative initiatives involving technologies and data for existing and start-up organizations. The curriculum, therefore, emphasizes on access and availability of data that impact prevailing practices and create new management challenges which require new kind of thinking and leadership,” said Janat Shah, Director, IIMU.

 “I am super excited to see IIMU launch this very first MBA program in the country with a clear digital focus because the future of all businesses is increasingly being shaped by the digital revolution we are witnessing all around us. Our partnership is an opportunity for students to get a real-time understanding of how digital businesses like Quikr operate in this brave new world, making these students ready to play management roles in digital businesses, digital focused roles in traditional businesses, or be digital entrepreneurs in their own right. As a Board member of IIM Udaipur and an advisory board member for this MBA program, I will extend my full support to helping IIMU address this big need in the industry,” said Pranay Chulet, Founder and CEO, Quikr.

The Digital Enterprise Management Program is a full-time one-year residential programme. The first batch of the full-time residential programme is commencing in 2020. Interested candidates can apply online through the IIM Udaipur website.

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Pariprekshya 2019 by IIM Amritsar

Indian Institute of Management Amritsar is coming up with the third edition of the Annual Finance and Marketing Conclave, Pariprekshya. The Conclave is scheduled to be held on October 12, 2019. It shall start from 10 am and continue till 5:30 pm. As part of it, there would be two-panel discussions focusing on the domain of Finance and Marketing. The theme for the Finance panel discussion is ‘Changing landscape of the BFSI sector’ while the theme for the Marketing panel discussion is ‘Marketing in the Age of Voice Search and Virtual Assistants’.

The panels will be ennobled with the presence of Mr. Ashutosh Bishnoi (MD & CEO, Mahindra Asset Management Ltd.), Mr. Kapish Jain (Chief Financial Officer, PNB Housing Finance Limited), Mr. Rakesh Singhania (Chief Financial Officer, Wells Fargo India), Mr. Sudipto Roy (Founder and Director, Finlabs India Private Limited), Dr. Harshavardhan Raghunath (Partner/Senior Advisor, Bain & Co.), Mr. Jaykumar Shah (Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Tata Capital Financial Services Ltd.), Mr. Rohit Patoria (Head Planning and Control-Pymnt Biz, HDFC Bank), Ms. Archana Sinha (Senior Director Corporate Marketing, Salesforce), Mr. Amit Tyagi (Chief Marketing Officer, Sonata Software Limited), Mr. Sudharsan R (Head of Marketing Operations, Dell EMC), Mr. Sameer Seth (Director Marketing, Dolby Laboratories), Mr. Prasenjit Roy (Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, NTT Com-Netmagic), Mr. Balaji Vaidyanathan (Marketing Director-CEEMA, Franklin Templeton) and other eminent people from the corporate.

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IMI Admissions 2019 Announced

IMI Admissions 2019 Announced – December 2, 2019 is the last date to apply online for IMI Admissions 2019.

IMI Admissions 2019 Announced

Application Process Started
Application Process Ends December 2, 2019
PI Shortlist First week of February 2020
Interviews February – March 2020
Final Results 2nd week of April 2020
Session Starts Last Week of June 2020

IMI Fees

Fees for IMI is INR 17,68,000 + Additional Hostel and Mess Fee.

IMI Cutoff

IMI Delhi cutoff through CAT will be approximately 92 percentile as per past trends for flagship PGDM Course. For Kolkata and Bhubaneswar campuses, students would get calls even at CAT 80 percentile. 

For PGDM-HRM and BFSI, IMI Delhi cutoff hovers between 85-88 percentile.

IMI Shortlisting Criteria

Candidates who have appeared for the CAT 2019 examination or furnished valid GMAT score and have applied to IMI New Delhi will be shortlisted on the basis of information provided in the application form, CAT scores or GMAT score, educational background, marks in 10th, 12th, graduation and work experience, if any. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the final stage of the selection process. Applicants should note that mere fulfillment of minimum eligibility criteria may not ensure consideration for shortlisting by IMI New Delhi. IMI New Delhi will not entertain any correspondence on this subject and decisions of the IMI New Delhi Admissions Committee will be final in all matters.

IMI Selection Criteria

Past academic performance in graduation, class XII & X, Essay Writing and Personal Interview besides other qualitative parameters, will constitute the core components of the final stage of the selection process. The IMI New Delhi Admission Committee reserves the right to modify these components while communicating these to the applicants at the Personal Interview stage. 

Programs Offered at IMI Delhi

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

The two year program that is designed to prepare students for careers in industry, across functional areas of management was started in 1993 in the Delhi Campus. It attracts candidates across educational streams, be it engineering, medicine, architecture, social sciences or economics and commerce. Fresh graduates and those with work experience are eligible to apply. Entry is through the Common Admission Test (CAT), conducted by the IIM’s, and GMAT.

Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDMHRM)

This two year program was commenced in 2006 to equip students from across functional disciplines, for careers in human resource development, realizing that one among the key differentiators for competitive advantage is the people related skills. It attracts candidates who are fresh out of colleges or even those who have prior work experience and wish to acquire new skills in this domain.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services) (PGDM(B&FS)

IMI New Delhi’s two year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services) is designed to prepare students for careers in banking and financial services. The program equips students with strong conceptual skills to manage banking & financial services businesses in an integrated manner. The emphasis is on developing a holistic manager with a vision to take on the challenges of the future in a socially sensitive manner

CLICK TO APPLY FOR IMI 

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NMAT 2019 Window 1 Analysis and Expected Cutoff

NMAT 2019 Window 1 has started. In this article we bring to you NMAT 2019 Window 1 Analysis and Expected Cutoff. Paper was similar to mock 8 to mock 12 of NMAT Test Series. Overall difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate, with verbal as relatively the toughest and quant as the easiest section of the exam.

NMAT 2019 Window 1 Analysis

Pattern of the paper is as below: 

Section Questions Difficulty Level Ideal Attempts Expected Cutoff
Language Skills 32 Difficult 20-22 54
Quantitative Skills 48 Easy-Moderate 30-32 64
Logical Reasoning 40 Easy-Moderate 25-27 57
Total 120 Moderate 77-83 208-210

Language Skills

Overall, the section was difficult keeping in mind the difficulty of words in the time constraint. An overall attempt of 22-24 with 90% accuracy is realistic. The other questions could have been educated guesswork.

Topic No. of Questions
Reading Comprehension Passages 8 (2 passages of 4 questions each)
Para Jumble 2 (4 sentences each), 2 (5 sentences each)
Error Spotting 2 to 3
FIBs (Prepositions) 2 (1 blank each – 3 sentences)
FIBs (Vocabulary) 2
Synonyms & Antonyms 3
Analogy 6
Cloze Test 4
Total 32

Quantitative Skills

This was the easiest of the 3 sections, with as expected and provided in NMAT Mock Test Series, section was dominated by Arithmetic and DI.

Topic No. of Questions
Profit & Loss 2
Percentages 2
Ratio & Mixture, Proportion 2
SI & CI 0
Averages 2
Work & Time 2
Number System (HCF/LCM and units digit based) 3
Progression 2
Logarithm 2
Polygon 0
Geometry 1
Permutation and Combination 2
Probability 3
Data Sufficiency  5
DI 20 (5 sets, 4 questions each)
Total 48

Logical Reasoning

Overall level of the section was easy to moderate. 

Topic No. of Questions
Coding Decoding 5
Blood Relation 2
Statement-Argument 3
Statement Conclusion 3
Course of Action / Decision making 3
Statement-Assumption 3
Statement – Inference 3
Syllogism 2
Input/output 4
Missing number and Visual reasoning 5
Direction 2
Singlets (Contained Visual Reasoning and Set theory-based diagram) 3
Miscellaneous 2
Total 40

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You must be mentally prepared for technical glitches that may crop up during the exam. Mouse, power cut and system hanging were some of the issues which candidates faced.

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FMS Delhi Admission 2019 Announced

FMS Delhi Admission 2019 Announced – Last Date to Apply is November 20, 2019. Check out all the details you need to know for FMS Delhi Admission 2019.

FMS Delhi Admission 2019

FMS Delhi Shortlisting Weightage
FMS Delhi will shortlist the candidates for GD- PI stage on the basis of CAT 2019 scores. The weightage to the scores of three sections in CAT 2019 are as under:

CAT 2019 Exam Section
Score Weightage
Quantitative Ability (QA)
 30%
Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)
 30%
Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning (VARC)
 40%
Total
100%

Final Admission Selection Round Criteria

  • All the shortlisted candidates are eligible to participate in Final selection round for admission to FMS Delhi
  • Final selection round for FMS admission 2020 will begin in the second week of April 2020
  • FMS Delhi selection criteria include Group Discussion, Personal Interview and Extempore speech.
  • The GD-PI-Extempore round will be held at FMS-Delhi University campus.
  • The Merit list after final admission round will be based on CAT 2019 score, performance in GD-PI-Extempore, Academic profile.
  • Weightage to each component in FMS Delhi Admission Criteria is as below:
Component
Weightage percentage
Personal Interview
15%
CAT 2019 score
60%
Group Discussion (GD)
10%
Extempore
  5%
Marks obtained in Class X
  5%
Marks obtained in Class XII
  5%
Total
100%
  • An additional 3% of the maximum aggregate marks shall be awarded to the women candidates who appear for the interview while drawing the list of selected candidates
  • Final Merit List of selected candidates would be released by FMS Delhi immediately after the last day of final selection round is over in April 2020.

FMS Delhi Admission Cut Off  
Earlier FMS Delhi used to take into account overall CAT exam score. For the last three years FMS has also included the sectional cut offs as per the weightage. However, going by the past pattern, a candidate with high sectional percentile score of 97+ in CAT 2019 can expect to be shortlisted by FMS Delhi. Since the weightage to VARC section is higher, the score in this section will play a major role in shortlisting.

FMS Delhi Admission Eligibility

  • FMS Delhi Eligibility criteria require that the candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration after class 12, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (in case of the candidate belonging to SC/ST only passing marks are required. In case of OBC/PwD and CW category candidates, 45% marks at graduation are required).

 

  • FMS Delhi Admission Eligibility criterion requires the applicant to appear in CAT 2019 exam and must score minimum prescribed sectional and overall percentile to become eligible for next stage of shortlisting

 

  • If the candidate is awarded grades/CGPA instead of marks, the equivalence to determine PGP admission eligibility would be based on the equivalence certified by the institution/university from where the bachelor’s degree is obtained. In case the institution/university does not have any scheme for converting the CGPA into equivalent marks, the equivalence would be established by FMS Delhi by dividing the obtained CGPA by the maximum possible CGPA and multiplying the resultant by 100 to confirm the Admission eligibility of the candidate. 

 

  • A candidate appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply for FMS Delhi Admission 2019 for MBA 2020-22 batch.

 

  • Such candidates, appearing in the final year examination of Bachelor‘s Degree are eligible to apply for admission irrespective of their percentage of scores obtained till the time of application, provided that they expect to fulfill the eligibility criteria when their results are declared and which must be submitted to the FMS office at the time of admission to the programme.

 

  • The candidates will be eligible for admission only after the result of the qualifying examination has been declared and the candidates submit the result meeting the minimum eligibility criteria before the last date notified by the University of Delhi

 

  • Applicants who have not taken CAT 2019 will not be considered for MBA admission 2019 at FMS Delhi.  

FMS Delhi Intake: 200 Students

Total seats for MBA 2020-22 batch at FMS Delhi are 200 divided between General and Reserved category as under:

  • Unreserved – 101 Seats
  • Reserved- SC -30, ST – 15, OBC – 54
  • Supernumerary seats- PWD-10; CW-10; FS-10

FMS Delhi MBA Placements 2019
FMS Delhi Placement 2019 concluded with higher average salary of Rs. 23.10 Lakhs going up from Rs.21.10 lakhs last year. The highest salary that was recorded in FMS Delhi MBA Placements 2019 stood at Rs.48 Lakhs. Out of the batch of 216 students, 18 students had sought placement holiday. The significant achievement in FMS placement 2019 was the sharp rise in the average salary for women students as it had gone up at Rs.25.10 Lakhs from Rs.22.6 lakhs last year.

Entire participating batch of 198 students got 210 placement offers in diverse domains at higher packages offered by more recruiters.  There were 129 companies who confirmed their participation in placement 2019 at Faculty of management Studies (FMS) University of Delhi but only 68 could get the opportunity to make recruitment offers to the students.

Top recruiters at FMS Delhi in placement 2019 included Nestle, Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL), ITC, Reckitt Benckiser, BMW, Google, Bain & Company, The Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey, Accenture Strategy, Deloitte India, Capgemini, E.L.I.T.E., Flipkart, OYO, Amazon, UBER, Paytm, Microsoft among others.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR FMS DELHI 

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IRMA Admission 2020 Announced

IRMA Admission 2020 Announced – IRMASAT Exam removed from consideration for initial shortlist. Only to be taken into account for GDPI round. Check out the details of IRMA Admission 2020.

IRMA Admission 2020

IRMA Admission 2020 Important Dates

  • Application Open Date for Admission 2020: September 27, 2019
  • Last date to Apply for Admission: January 10, 2020
  • Application Submission: Online Process
  • Application Fee: Rs.1500/-

IRMA Admission 2020: Key Points

  • Two shortlisting criteria – Profile Based and Non-Profile Based  Introduced
  • IRMA will use CAT 2019 and XAT 2020 scores to shortlist candidates
  • Shortlisting will not be based on IRMA Social Awareness Test (IRMASAT)
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be called to appear in IRMASAT 2020
  • IRMASAT, an exam on ‘Issues of Social Concern’ will be held at IRMA at the time of interview and  will be one of the components in final selection process.

IRMA Admission Process
Following steps are included in the IRMA Admission process:

Step 1: Apply and Appear in CAT 2019/XAT 2020
The candidate must have appeared or have registered to appear and score the minimum required percentile in CAT 2019/XAT 2020

Step 2: Register and Apply for IRMA Admission
Carefully register and apply online for admission to IRMA. While applying, the applicant is required to pay the application fee. You need to follow the sequence of all stages after editing (do not skip any stage) to ensure proper data entry. Any editing is possible before final submission. After final submission, it will not be possible to edit the application form. 

Step 3: Shortlist
The first shortlisting includes the candidates, short-listed for Interview round on the basis of their profile. The second shortlisting includes the candidates shortlisted on the basis of their entrance exam score. 

Step 4: Take IRMASAT & Attend PI Round
After the Shortlisting process, all the profile based or non-profile based shortlisted candidates have to appear in IRMASAT, Group Activity followed by Personal Interview. The process will be held at IRMA.

Step 5: Final Admission Offer
Final Admission Offer will be made to the candidates in the last week of April/First week of May 2020 on the basis of Final Merit Score

IRMA Cut Offs
The admission criteria for PGDRM at IRMA has been changed. Now the shortlisting for final selection round will be based either on profile or on the CAT/XAT score, and only the shortlisted candidates will be able to appear in IRMASAT and GD-PI

IRMA Admission: CAT/XAT Score Cut Off  
IRMA gives higher emphasis on other quality parameters in its admission process. Accordingly, the B-school has not pegged the CAT, XAT score cut off very high. The candidates above the minimum cut-offs in the CAT 2019/XAT 2020 will be considered for all the subsequent stages.

Entrance Exam
Profile Based Cut off percentile
Non-Profile Based Cut off Percentile
CAT 2019
80
85
XAT 2020
80
85

IRMA cut offs for Admission differ for both the rounds. The shortlisting cut offs  based on profile and cut offs for Merit based exam score are different. Besides, IRMA has shifted its mandatory IRMASAT to final selection round instead of pre-requiste for shortlisting.

How to Apply for Admission at IRMA
IRMA Application fee is Rs.1500/-. The application fee is to be paid online only. Candidates seeking admission to PGDRM programme at IRMA, Anand should also appear in CAT 2019 or XAT 2020.

Profile Based Shortlisting Criteria at IRMA
The applicants who are shortlisted on the basis of their profiles should also meet a minimum qualifying score in the entrance exam. Candidates who fulfill the following criteria can be shortlisted for profile based calls:

  • Graduation in Development, Agriculture, Dairy, Public policy, Sustainability, Veterinary Sciences, Food Technology
  •  Work experience in Development Sector, Dairy, Public Policy
  • Excellence in Academics with graduation from Top universities and Colleges
  • Candidates who score above 80 percentile in CAT 2019/XAT 2020 and fall in the Profile based call criteria are eligible to be shortlisted for IRMASAT and GD/PI process

Non-Profile Based Shortlisting Criteria
Applicants are also shortlisted separately with Non-Profile based Criteria for IRMASAT and GD-PI round: 

  • Candidates who score above 85 percentile in CAT 2019/XAT 2020 and fall in the Non-Profile based call criteria are eligible to be shortlisted for IRMASAT and GD/PI process.
  • Both IRMASAT 2020 and GD/PI process will be conducted at IRMA for shortlisted candidates
  • Mere fulfillment of minimum eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for short listing for next stage of Admissions process

IRMA Final Selection Criteria

  • All the shortlisted candidates are eligible to participate in Final selection round for admission to IRMA, Anand
  • Short listed candidates will be called for selection process at IRMA where they will have to take the IRMA Social Awareness Test 2020 (IRMASAT 2020), Group Activity and Personal Interview.
  • Both IRMASAT and GD/PI process will be conducted at IRMA for shortlisted candidates.
  • The final admission offer is based on a composite score, which takes into account the applicant’s profile, academic record, entrance test scores (CAT 2019/XAT 2020), Work experience (If any), Performance in IRMASAT,  Performance in Group Activity and Personal Interview.

IRMA Placements 2019: Average & Highest Salary Up
IRMA has yet again achieved 100% placement in 2019 just in three days’ time with higher average and maximum salary for its 38th batch of PGDRM 2017-19.  

The average salary offered by business sector organizations stood at Rs.14.24 LPA and that for the development sector organizations (NGOs, cooperatives, and Government Development Agencies) stood at Rs.10.43 LPA. The median salary stood at Rs.11.47 LPA. The maximum salary offered stands at Rs.50.31 lakhs. Overall Average salary stood at Rs.12.84 lakhs. The minimum salary consciously chosen by a student in the development sector stood at Rs.6.20 lakhs.

Like last year, the Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) emerged as the single largest recruiter with 20 selections. Cooperatives/Producers Collectives as a sector recruited a total of 32 candidates. Among multinational and national agribusiness corporations, Tolaram, Kewalram (Afriventures), ITC Agribusiness Division, ADM Agro, Godrej Agrovet, National Bulk Handling Corporation, Seedworks, Adani Wilmar, were the most prominent recruiters.

Recruiters from the FMCG and retail sector included names like Pidilite, Future Group, Grofers, Big Basket, Metro Cash & Carry, Ninjacart, among others. Other recruiters included banking, finance, and insurance companies such as ICICI Bank, IDFC Bank, Fullerton, Vivriti Capital, Northern Arc, Caspian Impact Investments, ICICI Prudential, Bharati AXA, Reliance General Insurance, along with several small finance banks.

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IIM Kozhikode Admission Criteria 2019 Announced

IIM Kozhikode Admission Criteria 2019 Announced – CAT 2019 Weightage reduced to 45%, as compared to 75% last year. Weightage to gender and academic diversity introduced again, while weightage to graduation marks has been removed. Read the detailed IIM Kozhikode Admission Criteria 2019 now.

IIM Kozhikode Admission Criteria 2019

Stage-1: Minimum Eligibility Consideration
Components to consider the candidate for shortlisting with Minimum eligibility criteria:

Category
Section-1 VARC
Section-2 DILR
Section-3 Quant
Overall
General
75
75
75
85
NC-OBC/EWS
65
65
65
75
SC
55
55
55
65
ST/PWD
45
45
45
55

Minimum Required Academic Score
Candidates should have secured following minimum score in class X and XII to be considered for shortlisting by IIM Kozhikode. The percentage of marks obtained in Class X and Class XII would be calculated based on the aggregate marks of all subjects that appear in the marks sheet or grade sheet, irrespective of whether the Board considers them for calculation of percentage.

Category
Class X Percentage of Marks
Class XII Percentage of Marks
General
60
60
NC-OBC
60
60
SC
55
55
ST/PwD
55
55

Stage-2: Shortlisting Criteria (for candidates who clear stage 1) 

PGP Admission Component
This Year
Last Year
CAT Index Score
45%
 75%
Class X Score
30%
 Nil
Class XII Score
15%
 20%
Academic/Gender diversity Factor
10%
  5%
Total
100%
100%

Stage-3: Final Selection Criteria

PGP Final Selection Component
This Year
Last Year
CAT 2019 Index Score
35%
40%
PI Score
35%
30%
WAT-Essay Writing Score
20%
20%
Resume Score
10%
10%
Total
100%
100%

IIM Kozhikode Intake: 480 Students
IIM Kozhikode will offer admission to 480 students in 2020. A few students with equal rank in final merit list may be added. Last year there were 485 students in the new batch. 

IIM Kozhikode Admission Eligibility

  • IIM  Kozhikode Eligibility criteria require that the candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration after class 12, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (in case of the candidate belonging to SC/ST/PwD category, the eligibility criterion is relaxed to 45%

 

  • IIM Kozhikode Admission Eligibility criterion requires the applicant to appear in CAT 2019 exam and must score minimum prescribed sectional and overall percentile score to become eligible for next stage of shortlisting

 

  • If the candidate is awarded grades/CGPA instead of marks, the equivalence to determine PGP admission eligibility would be based on the equivalence certified by the institution/university from where the bachelor’s degree is obtained. In case the institution/university does not have any scheme for converting the CGPA into equivalent marks, the equivalence would be established by IIM Kozhikode by dividing the obtained CGPA by the maximum possible CGPA and multiplying the resultant by 100 to confirm the Admission eligibility of the candidate. 

 

  • A candidate appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results is also eligible to apply for IIM Kozhikode Admission 2020. Such a candidate must produce a certificate from the principal/head of the department/ registrar/director of the institution/university certifying that the candidate is currently in the final year or is awaiting final results and has obtained at least 50% marks or equivalent (45% in case of the candidate belonging to SC/ST/PwD category) based on latest available grades/marks.

 

  • IIM Kozhikode Eligibility further clarifies that such a candidate, if selected, will be eligible for the IIM Indore admission only if he/she submits a certificate latest by June 30, 2020 from the principal/head of the department/registrar/director of the institution/university (issued on or before June 30, 2020) stating that they have completed all the requirements (the result may, however, be awaited) for obtaining the bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification on the date of issue of the certificate.

 

  • It is mandatory for a final year student, who is provisionally considered eligible by IIM Kozhikode and offered admission, to submit the mark-sheet and degree certificate of the final year bachelor’s degree examination held on or before June 30, 2020.  The deadline to submit the mark-sheet and the certificate is December 31, 2020. 

IIM Kozhikode Admission Process
Following steps are included in the IIM Kozhikode Admission process:

  • Step 1: The candidate must have appeared and scored the minimum required sectional and overall percentile in CAT 2019 and minimum academic score to be considered for first stage screening process for admission at IIM Kozhikode

 

  • Step 2: Candidates are short-listed for Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) from among the candidates who have a valid CAT-2019 score, who have applied to the programme and who satisfy the eligibility criteria for the programme of IIM Kozhikode. The PI-WAT round will be conducted at Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Mumbai and New Delhi.  

 

  • Step 3: Shortlisted Candidates have to attend both WAT/GD & PI round in final selection process. IIM Kozhikode also expects a consistent and minimum performance in the different parameters of Personal Interview (PI) round. Candidates not meeting the minimum performance in any of PI parameters will not be considered for the final selection.

 

  • Step 4: After the WAT & PI round, admission offers are made by IIM Kozhikode to successful candidates. The final selection is based on performance in CAT, performance in WAT & PI, academics, among others. Category wise merit list will be generated based on Final Score

 

  • Step 5: Final Admission Offer will be made to the candidates in the last week of April 2020 on the basis of Final Score arrived after awarding the weightage scores on all the components.
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CAT 2019 Correction Window Opens September 28

CAT 2019 Correction Window Opens September 28 – You may correct your class 10th marks, 12th marks, Graduation marks, Photo error, Signature error, Programme preferences and Test centre related issues. Last date for correction window is September 30, 2019 5 PM.

CAT 2019 Correction Window

CAT 2019 Application Correction: Edit Option for Photograph Upload
Following type of errors in photograph upload can be edited during the CAT 2019 error edit option window:

  • Upload Photograph of specified size with the dimensions 35mm X 45mm with maximum file size of 80KB
  • Use Fresh photograph, if the already uploaded photograph is blurred
  • Have High Resolution Photograph of  minimum150px
  • Upload most recent photograph not more than 6 months old
  • If the already uploaded photograph has side face, replace & upload with front face photograph
  • Prefer Head & Shoulder colour photograph with white/off-white back ground
  • Use only JPEG/JPG file format photograph
  • You need to paste same photograph on CAT admit card as you have uploaded on the CAT application form

CAT 2019 Application Correction: Edit Option for Signature Upload
Following types of errors in Signature upload can be edited during the CAT error edit option window 2019:

  • Upload scanned image of your signature of specified size with the dimensions 1000mm X 35mm with maximum file size of 80KB
  • Use Fresh signature image, if the already uploaded scanned signature is not correct
  • Have clear signature image taken on white paper in black/blue ink
  • Upload signature of minimum150px
  • Use only JPEG/JPG file format signature image

CAT 2019 Application Correction: Edit Academic Details
Although IIM Kozhikode has not announced specifically whether the edit option for errors in following details is allowed, you may be able to edit following errors during cAT error correction window:

CAT Application Error Correction: Class 10 Marks
You can edit the details entered in percentage of marks column of class 10/SSC or equivalent.

CAT Application Error Correction: Class 12 Marks
If you have not been able to enter correct percentage of marks for class 12/HSC or equivalent you will have the opportunity to correct the same. Please remember almost all the IIMs have defined the good range of weightages for class 12/HSC  percentage of marks in shortlisting criteria.

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CAT Application Error Correction: Bachelor’s degree marks
It is very much necessary that your percentage of marks are correctly calculated and entered in CAT 2019 registration form. Accordingly, you should ensure that there is no mistake and right percentage of marks is filled up in the CAT 2019 application edit period.

CAT 2019 Application Correction in Work experience
The work experience has to be entered in months, please check that you have entered correct length of work experience in months. Besides, you should check that correct details for the area of work experience have been entered

CAT Application Form Correction: IIM Programmes & Interview cities
There are 20 IIMs who altogether offer more than 40 management programmes. You must check and edit the details, in case you filled up the details in a hurry. Select the right programme and right interview city for the said programme. Make sure that you arrive at the right decision without fail.

Errors With No Edit option in CAT Application Form 2019 Correction
CAT Application Form 2019 Correction window does not allow you to edit the personal details filled in the personal details. Accordingly, you cannot edit certain personal details like Name, Date of Birth, email id, mobile number in the CAT 2019 application form. If you have made a mistake in these details, the best way is to contact CAT 2019 help desk and get the solution from them.

CAT Application Form 2019 Correction: Edit option available only once
CAT 2019 test takers can correct the errors in their application form only once till they submit their application form after editing the errors during the limited period error correction window.

How to Edit CAT Application Form Errors in Photograph Upload?
You need to follow the instructions already issued by IIMs in regard to upload the right type of photograph in your CAT application form. Given below are the sample photographs with wrong type marked ‘X’ and right type indicated by the tick mark. You should upload only right type of photograph while re-uploading your photograph on CAT 2019 application page during the  CAT 2019 Correction Window.

You should correct the errors only after gathering all the required options and right documents as the facility once used will be closed for you.

Please note that if you login to edit the CAT application errors and click on ‘submit’ without completing the necessary error correction, you will not be able to login again for application error corrections. If there are still 1 or 2 details to rectify in CAT application form, the Edit option wouldn’t allow you to login again to correct the remaining 1 or 2 mistakes.

You should therefore, must be very careful while making corrections in CAT application form as leaving any error without correction may result in losing your candidature.  

There are no such instructions either from IIM Kozhikode or on CAT 2019 website that you will not be allowed to login multiple times to correct the errors but it comes to be known when you correct some of the errors leaving others to be done later and submit the form. Then it gets locked and you will not be able to open the edit option again. 

Edit all the errors in one go
Don’t try to go for error correction multiple times. You cannot login again after making correction in some of the errors and leaving the others for future. Candidates who login to edit the CAT 2019 application errors and submit without completing the modification cannot login again to correct the errors even if there are only 1 or 2 errors to correct.

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GIM Admission 2019 Announced

GIM Admission 2019 has been announced – Last date to apply without late fee is December 31, 2019 and with late fee is January 3, 2019.

GIM Admission 2019 Announced

Important Dates

Application Round
Last date to Apply
First Mover
December 2, 2019
Early Bird
December 15, 2019
Achiever’s Round
December 15, 2019
Last date without late fee
December 31, 2019
Last date with late fee
January 3, 2020

 

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Intake: Programme wise
The programme wise intake and programme duration at Goa Institute of Management is as under:

Programme Name
Programme Intake
Duration
PGDM
240
2 Years Full Time
PGDM- Healthcare Management (HCM)
 60
2 Years Full Time
PGDM-Business Analytics (BDA)
120
2 Years Full Time

GIM Admission Eligibility Criteria 2019

  • Candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA of minimum 3 years duration
  • Candidates appearing for the final year of Bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination in the year 2020, can also apply. Such candidates, have to submit a certificate from the Principal / Registrar of their University/institution certifying that the candidate has obtained 50% marks or equivalent, based on latest available grades/marks.
  • Candidates satisfying all requirements for the degree by 5 June 2020 may also apply.
  • For admission to Post Graduate Programme in Business Management 2020, only candidates registering for XLRI Admissions Test XAT 2020 of Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur or CAT- 2019 of the Indian Institutes of Managements (IIMs) or GMAT conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) taken between 1st January 2018 and 20th January 2020 or CMAT- 2020 of All India Council for Technical Education may apply.
  • Applicants should note that the mere fulfilment of minimum eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for short listing by GIM
  • Candidates must declare and maintain a valid and unique email account and a phone number throughout the selection process.

GIM Goa Admission Criteria
GIM Goa Admission Criteria 2020 is a two step process involving the shortlisting criteria and the Final selection Criteria comprising CAT/XAT/CMAT/GMAT exam score, GD-PI round, Academics among others.

The first part of GIM Goa Admission criteria is its shortlisting criteria for final selection round. A candidate will be shortlisted by GIM if he/she meets the following shortlisting criteria:

  • The qualifying cut-off XAT / CAT / GMAT / CMAT score will be lowered by 15 points for candidates of Goan domicile / origin. Documentary evidence of domicile will have to be uploaded at the time of submitting the application.
  • International / NRI candidates will need valid GMAT score. Fees are marginally higher and are payable in US $ for international candidates. Interviews shall be through video conferencing. 

PGDM (BDA)

  • For PGDM – BDA shortlisting will be face-to-face evaluation and shall be on the basis of profiles (XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT score, qualification, past academic performance, and work experience). Shortlisted candidates shall be invited for interview process in various cities in early March 2019.
  • Candidates for PGDM (BDA) will need to appear for an on-line aptitude test (called GEM), organized by GIM to evaluate the candidates for BDA. The date for GEM will be announced by GIM and informed to candidates invited for GEM.

PGDM (HCM)

  • The PGDM-HCM shortlisting for face-to-face evaluation shall be on the basis of profiles including XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT score, qualification, past academic performance, and work experience. 
  • Shortlisted candidates shall be invited for interview process in various cities in early March 2020.

PGDM
For PGDM, a select group of candidates shall be invited to Goa for Achiever’s Round of interview process in January 2020. All other candidates shall be invited for Regular Round in early March 2020 at various interview centres.

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Shortlisting For Achiever’s Round

  •  Interviews shall be held only in Goa and shortlisted candidates shall be eligible to apply for scholarships.
  • Candidates not shortlisted for Achiever’s Round will not be eligible for scholarships. If a candidate shortlisted for Achiever’s Round decides to opt out of Achiever’s Round and attends Regular Round, the candidate will not be eligible for scholarship.
  • Shortlisting shall be based on curricular, extracurricular, and career achievements and profile -qualification, past academic performance, and work experience of the candidates.
  • The shortlist shall be drawn without XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT score to facilitate interview process in January 2020. Scores shall be incorporated later on.
  • If available, candidates are required to submit the competitive examination (XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT) scores at the time of Achiever’s Round interviews.

Shortlisting For Regular Round

  • Shortlisting for PGDM for Regular Round shall be based on XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT score of candidates.

Final Admission Selection Criteria

  • All the shortlisted candidates are eligible to participate in Final selection round for admission to GIM Goa
  • Final Interview Round 2020 at GIM will be held at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Varanasi
  • Final Admission offer at GIM Goa will be based on entrance exam scores, past academic performance, objective assessment, work experience, face to face evaluation  among other parameters.
  • Interview process for Achiever’s round will be held in January 2020 and for Regular round will be held in February/March 2020
  • Result of the selected candidates shall be released in April 2020

PGDM: Final Selection Weightage for Achiever’s and Regular Round

Component
Achiever’s Round Weight Percent
Regular Round Weight Percent
Objective & Leadership Assessment
40
40
Past Academic Performance
15
15
Work Experience
10
10
Performance in Face to Face Evaluation
30
30
Composite Diversity Index
5
5
Total
100
100

While the objective assessment is based on XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT score, the Leadership assessment shall be based on Individual Assessment in Group Activity -interaction with peers and evaluators.

PGDM-HCM & PGDM-BDA: Final Selection Weightage

Component
BDA- Weight percent
HCM-Weight Percent
Objective Assessment
45*
40*
Past Academic Performance
15
15
Work Experience
10
10
Performance in Face to Face Evaluation
30
30
Profile Assessment Index
 5

*The objective assessment for BDA shall be based on GEM score and XAT, CAT, GMAT, or CMAT score

GIM Goa Fees 2020-22
GIM Goa PGDM 2020-22 programme fee is as below:

Programme
Tuition Fee (Rs. in Lakhs)
Total Fee (Rs. In Lakhs)
PGDM
10.28
15.98
PGDM- BDA
10.28
15.98
PGDM- HCM
 6.26
11.96

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TISS Previous Year Question Paper with Solutions

TISS Previous Year Question Paper with Solutions pdf – TISS Question Paper 2019, TISS Question Paper 2018, TISS Question Paper 2017 and TISS Question Paper 2016. All You need to have for TISS Previous Year Question Paper.

TISS Previous Year Question Paper

For Your Convenience, we have put up TISS 2016 and TISS 2017 Question Paper in form of an online test with solutions. You may attempt TISS 2016 and TISS 2017 paper, see detailed solution of previous year TISS Question paper and also know where you stand if you took the examination as per TISS 2016 and TISS 2017 Question Paper.

TISS Previous Year Question Paper with Solutions
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 A brief glance on the benefits of solving TISS previous year question papers with solutions:

  • It is the most important practice as it helps to gauge the actual performance and to work upon the weak areas.
  • The pattern of the exam is clearly identifiable by solving previous year papers. It actually, familiarizes you with all the sections and exam pattern.
  • You get in- depth knowledge and insights about different topics and the level of difficulty of various sections.
  • One of the advantages of solving the previous year papers is the time management. Time management is the most crucial step while taking exam as it can make or break your chances to get admission in your dream college.
  • Another benefit of solving previous year papers is that you will develop familiarity with the exam and the paper pattern. This will help you to ease the preparation.
  • You can clearly identify your strong and weak areas and strategize your preparation accordingly.
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TISSNET Results

TISS declares TISSNET result. Once the result is available, log in to download score card. The following is distribution of marks.

TISS Written Exam 100 marks
Pre-Interview Test / GD 50 marks
Personal Interview 75 marks
Total 225 marks

Final merit has 40% weightage of NET, 30% PIT, and 30% PI. Tata Institute of Social Sciences considers merit and preferences of candidates at the time of preparing merit lists.

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XAT Decision Making Tips

XAT, the most prolific MBA Entrance exam after CAT has Decision Making as the make or the break section. If you are aiming to ace XAT, you cannot just ignore XAT Decision Making to be able to ensure that you achieve a high score in XAT and clear XLRI Cutoff, XIMB Cutoff and get calls from all the top MBA Colleges accepting XAT Score.

What Exactly Is XAT Decision Making

XAT Decision Making is a section of the XAT exam paper that consists of the behavioral, mathematical, and managerial questions.

Let’s get this straight, XAT Decision Making section will not only test the theoretical knowledge of the students, but it will also challenge the thinking ability of the candidates as well. How you deal with the problems of real-world and time is the basic gist of the section.

The mathematical questions consist of Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation. These questions are solvable with the help of an in-depth analysis of the data that is provided. There are some basic techniques for that which can be used.

The managerial and the behavioral questions, on the other hand, are the ones that are more interesting to solve. You will be given a situation and there are actions that you must choose from. These questions are interesting because they have certain management or HR related dilemmas which you need to address.

Why Is There A Section For Decision Making In XAT?

Before we get to the tips, it is important that you understand the importance of XAT Decision Making section. The main motto of the management institution that governs the test is to do greater good. They believe in the inspiring leaders of the world.

A leader will have certain challenges in their lives where they will have to make decisions. These decisions will not only affect them but also the people who follow them. Taking wrong decisions without analyzing the impacts can result in absolute chaos. Due to this, XAT Decision Making also focuses on the ethical standing of the candidate and the questions prompt you to take decisions in rather conflicting situations

Tips That Would Help You Out

The mentioned points above form the introduction to the section of decision making in the XAT entrance test. So, it is a tip for the candidates that they analyze their situations properly before making a decision. By doing that, they can ensure that their decisions are always correct and inspiring to others.

No examination can be cracked by just studying and cramming up the syllabus, especially the XAT entrance exam. Since there is a section of decision making in here, the students need to be prepped properly so that they don’t have an issue with the questions there.

Here we are providing you with some of the important tips that will help you in cracking XAT Decision Making section. Read these carefully as they will be a help for sure.

  • Establish The Stakeholders In The Problem

In decision making, every single situation that you have, there are some stakeholders, parties, and people who can be affected by your decisions. These stakeholders are the people to whom your decision is important. What is necessary is that you make a particular mental list in your mind of these stakeholders before you proceed to make a decision.

  • Analyze The Problem From Everyone’s Perspective

For all the stakeholders that you have, you need to consider their perspectives as well. Make sure that you analyze their viewpoints for your situation. Don’t just adopt the viewpoints which tend to neglect a particular side of the story. Since your stakeholders will be affected by whatever decisions you make, analyzing the problem from their viewpoint can be a great help.

  • Aim For Maximum Benefits And Minimum Damages

After you analyze any given problem, you will see that there are many conclusions for one problem. That can create confusion for some people. However, what you need to keep in mind is that you are maximizing the benefits by taking decisions. So, choose the one that does that properly without creating any damages as well. What we mean to say is you need to select a risk-free course of action.

  • Avoid The Personal Opinions

It is not a leader that chooses sides. So, you need to make sure that you don’t choose any personal sides when you are making a decision. It is pretty common among the students to approach a particular decision based on their own values and thought processes. Make sure that you do not allow those values to cloud the judgments that you make.

  • Stick To Ethical Practices

There might be some problems that offer unethical ways and shortcuts to ensure success. However, you need to keep in mind that ethics is really important in management and decision making. So, rejecting those options that promote unethical practices would be a great idea. After all, they can never be the right decisions.

  • Avoid The Unsubstantial Answers

There will be many options that display a range of extreme scenarios. But really, they are just opinions that are very cleverly concealed. All you need to do is remember that these opinions are more appealing because they have emotions attached to them. They can be tempting but you need to avoid these decisions.

  • Question Yourself

In a majority of the cases, students are presented with many intricate scenarios that they tend to miss one thing or the other when they are solving a problem. Make sure that you question the assumptions that you make. This will further help you in realising whether you are missing out on something important or not. Missing an important piece of information can cost you much more than you can imagine.

Along with these above-mentioned points, another thing that you need to keep in mind is to prepare with the previous question papers of XAT. That, along with these helpful tips will surely help you in scoring well in the Decision Making section.

This is where Career Anna XAT Decision Making course helps you immensely  – With Course Content Created by XLRI Alumni, Career Anna XAT Decision Making course helps you understand XAT Decision Making tricks and concepts through videos, takes up past XAT Decision Making questions to explain the application and then unleashes at you the freshly created XAT Decision Making questions to practice and ace XAT Decision Making.