First Phase Shortlists / Early Interviews Applicants placed in the first phase of this shortlist are called for an early interview based on their profile where the following factors are considered: Shortlists at this early stage provide an opportunity to the applicants to go through the interview process early.This is convenient for students because it avoids overlapping with other interview calls during the admissions season.Please remember only those candidates who have registered and paid for CAT or XAT or GMAT will be eligible for the Institute (program) registration process. Fresh graduates and those with up to 5 years of work experience can apply.
During online payment the amount was deducted from my bank account but the transaction Id was not generated and I am not able to submit the form. Queries regarding transaction id or payment non-confirmation can be sent to [email protected] the following details Who should I contact If I have a question regarding the status of the application ?
You can route all your admissions related queries to [email protected] I submit the form without the CAT/XAT percentiles or GMAT scores ?
Final Merit List The Merit List is based on a composite score, which takes into account the candidate’s academic record, entrance test scores (CAT/XAT/GMAT), relevance of work experience (if any) and performance in the two rounds of group interviews.
To know the detailed eligibility and admission process, please click here Is it necessary to have work experience to apply for the programme ?
Do I need to indicate my area of specialisation while applying for the PGDM programme ?
Yes, SPJIMR’s PGDM programme asks applicants to select their specialisation at the application stage itself.
Applicants in this phase are called for interviews based on their profiles as given above along with their performance in the entrance tests.
This interview call is thus a combination of profile and performance in the entrance tests.
Dear MBA Aspirants, SPJIMR, a leading school of management in the heart of India’s financial centre of Mumbai.
It were inaugurated in 1981 by the then British Prime Minister, the Rt. Margaret Thatcher, and have grown over the years to be recognised as one of the top 10 business schools of India.
At times, GDs or on the spot exercises (sell a pen to the panel) were conducted within the GIs.