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For MBA, MBA International Business and MBA Agribusiness :
Candidate needs to appear for CAT Entrance Exam of the corresponding year and register at IMS-BHU through the separate admission application form.
Shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
Final admission will be given based on combined merit of CAT, Academic records, Group discussion and Personal Interview.
For Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA):
Candidates need to apply online at the official website of IMS-BHU.
Admission to PGDBA is made on the basis of the combined merit of Group Discussion and Interview.
For Diploma programmes - Diploma in Leisure and Hospitality Management and Diploma in Microfinance and Entrepreneurship:
Admission to Diploma courses is made on the basis of the combined merit of Group Discussion and Interview.
For PhD Programme:
Students can get admission through the Common Research Entrance Test (CRET) conducted by the Controller of Examinations, Banaras Hindu University.
Candidates those who have qualified NET-JRF of UGC are exempted from CRET and will be considered for admission.
Working executives are also considered for admission under this category as Part-Time Research Scholar.
Bananas Hindu University (BHU) offers an MBA program with 4 specializations. The duration of the BHU MBA program is 2 years.Bachelor Degree in any discipline OR equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks is the minimum qualification for admission to MBA program. Candidates need to appear in CAT exam for the admission in BHU MBA.For Admission in MBA/MBA -IB in Banaras Hindu University candidates need to be graduate with at least 50% marks. Admission process is as follows:
Admission to MBA will be based on Combined Merit acquired by a Candidate in CAT, Academic Record, Group Discussion and Interview.
Documents Required for Admission Procedure:
The application form can be filled and submitted online through the official website of BHU.
Registration for BHU MBA has been started. Last date for submission of application form is January 25. Application fee of INR 2000 (INR 1000 for SC/ST category) should be paid via Net Banking/Debit/Credit Card.
Reservation criteria for the MBA program is 15% for SC,7.5% for ST,5% for PC and 27% for Non-OBC candidates.
In order to be eligible for the CAT Exam, the candidate has to pass at least their Bachelor's degree with at least 50% (for General Category and for candidates from the NC-OBC caste). For SC/ST and Differently Abled (DA) candidates, the percentage required is 45%.
60 percentile does not fetch you good colleges even if you score 60 percentile because of high level competition. Even though the minimum cut off which IIMs require is 50 percentile ,but this cut off peaks above 90 percentile based on the application pool.
You as a SC- candidate have to score about 90 percentile and ST- around 81 percentile.
This score is likely to increase with every passing year as more and more candidates apply under this category.
Colleges you can apply for are:
DoMS, IIT DELHI
IIM Ranchi/IIM Trichy
IIM Trichy/IIM Ranchi
DoMs IIT Madras
Being an SC/ST/OBC does not provide that much of an advantage to you. You still have to work hard.Competition has become really tough and nobody knows the last cutoff for top IIMs. It totally depends on the application pool. Giving false hopes like I was getting. it's not easy for anybody to reach top!
As you know that getting a seat in bhu for fms is not less then a hustle, people loses their chances even by 1 or 2 marks
As you said you have scored 80 percentile in cat exam its a good score indeed but this time the cutoff percentile for fms bhu is around 84-85, so according candidates with that much percentile will going to get a call for gd and pi rounds.
I just wanna say don't lose hope and try for some other institutions as well as there are many good mba/padma institutions out there too.
Kindly mention your graduation details, too. Since you belong to NC-OBC category, there may be a chance that you can get accepted if you have fared well in GD-PI process. You don’t need to clear a CAT percentile cut off this year, so there’s no saying whether you are a sure shot admit. Rest assured you can hope for the best, as previously, people have been accepted at these scores.
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