I gave my NMAT by GMAC today. This was my first attempt. My score is: QA: 68 LS: 86 LR: 84 Total: 238 What are my chances to get a call from NMIMS Mumbai
I can see You've got a decent NMAT score in your first attempt. As far as NMIMS Mumbai is concerned, you maybe able to clear the overall cutoff but your sectional scores need a bit of upgradation. As we can see the previous year cutoff for Nmims Mumbai was 235 with sectional scores of 76 in each section. So a bunch of students were not able to fetch the call even after scoring 250+ scores because of their low sectional scores. But the best part of NMAT is that you can give it 3 times and thus I suggest you to take this opportunity and try ro improve your sectional scores along with the overall. I'm sure your would be able to crack it. You just need a improvement in QS and you are good to go.
ALL THE BEST:)
I got 228 overall score in NMAT. QA - 71, LS -80, LR -77. Can I expect NMIMS Mumbai with this score or shall I reattempt?
The expected cut-off for NMAT this year is somewhere between 205-250 overall. Talking about each sections, it is 79+ for Logical Reasoning, 73+ for Quantitative Aptitude and 85+ for Language Skills. Even though you fall in the safe bracket, if we consider your over-all score. But these are expected cut-offs. So it will be better to take a reattempt.
You can refer to this link for more details - https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/nmat-cutoff-for-nmims
All the Best !!
i have scored 231/360 in NMAT exam which was conducted on 14/11/2021. What are my chances for getting an interview call from NMIMS, Mumbai. I scored 75+ in all sections
In which university the course Structure and Student Interaction with Faculty will be good Manipal Institute Of Technology or NMIMS MPSTME?
Hello , what was the cutoff for year 2020 for the nmims mumbai (pharma MBA)
I hope you are doing well!
NPAT offers admissions to multiple courses and thus eligibility criteria vary for each course.
Eligibility Criteria :
- Candidates must have passed 12th class or equivalent examination including International Baccalaureate Diploma Science or science vocational with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics Chemistry and Biology (PCB).
- Candidates must have studied English as a compulsory subject.
- An aggregate minimum score of 50% in PCM/PCB is required to be eligible in NPAT 2019.
- Candidates awaiting their class 12th result this year are also eligible to apply.
- The candidates who have their result in GPA/CGPA should get the equivalent percentage for the same from the concerned board/university in written.
It is mandatory for the candidates to pass the qualifying examination in one attempt. A single mark sheet displaying marks of all compulsory subjects is mandatory. A compartmentalized mark sheet won’t be considered.
Exam Duration was of 1 hour 40 minutes (20 minutes lesser than previous years) in 2018. You need to be super fast in this exam, as you get only 100 minutes to answer 120 questions. This exam has no negative marking for any wrong or unattempted response.
There is no such cut-off for NPAT. However, a score of 95–105 should easily get you the MBA+B. Pharma Course. Considering you attempted all the questions with an accuracy of 85%.
Even a score of 75+ will get you a rank well within 1500 which is pretty good. One thing more, your marks won't be displayed on the official website, you will be allotted a merit rank based on your marks.
I hope this helps!
Admission criterion for narsee monjee college of mgt studies, mumbai. top colleges for mba in india after iim, indore
Hope you are doing well.
At the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) in Mumbai, the School of Business Management offers all of the MBA programmes as well as other part-time, full-time, and specialised MBA programmes to students.
This college offers all of the necessary facilities and opportunities that a student could ever need. Everything, from the quality of the teaching to the qualifications of the faculty; from clubs and committees to sports and exposure; from festivals to the surrounding environment; is up to par with international standards. All of these amenities are a good value for the money.
Admission to the NMIMS SBM MBA programme is contingent on receiving a passing score on the NMAT by GMAC exam. Admissions to the courses are a two-step procedure that begins with an admission exam and ends with a Case Discussion and Personal Interview (CDPI) performed by the school after which students are admitted.
- Bachelor's degree in any stream from a recognised university with a minimum of 50 percent in the combined subjects
- Candidates must have a valid score in the NMAT/GMAT/GRE and qualify in the CD and PI rounds conducted by NMIMS in order to be considered for final selection.
Candidates must have mathematics at the PU or Class 12 or comparable level.
A minimum TOEFL score of 93 is required; an IELTS score of 7.0 or above is required, with minimum subsections scores.
- However, getting admitted to NMIMS requires at least a 50% score on the NMAT by GMAC, and for postgraduate studies, at least a 50% score on the Graduation exam is required.
- And if one is selected, one must go through the CD (Case Discussion) process before proceeding to the PI process (Personal Interview).
- After that, the third level is determined by academic achievement as well as applicable work experience.
For more details on NMIMS read this article by Careers360:
The top college for MBA in India after IIM Indore are:
- IIM Lucknow -NIRF Rank 7
- IIM Raipur,Chhattisgarh- NIRF Rank 15
- IIM Trichy- NIRF Rank 17
- IIM Udaipur- NIRF Rank 18
- IIM Ranchi- NIRF Rank 21
For more info on IIMs and best MBA programmes, read this article by Careers360:
The Indian Institutes of Management are primarily recognised for their MBA/PGP and Executive MBA programmes.
The top five IIMs — IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow, and IIM Kozhikode – are consistently placed among the top B-schools in India in various rankings like as the Times Ranking, the Outlook Ranking, and others.
IIMs are also recognised among the top 100 best MBA colleges in the world on a worldwide scale.
Hope you got the answer to your question. Incase of any queries, feel free to question. Have a great day!
Does maths is require in 12th if I want to do MBA in Nmims mumbai
You don't need Maths as a compulsory subject to take admission in MBA course.
You just need to complete your 12th from any stream then choose any UG course to to complete your graduation, I'll recommend you to choose BBA if you want to go into MBA.
After that seek admission in MBA college, you may try some entrance exams to take admission in MBA course like CAT, CMAT, XAT etc.
List of some top colleges are-
- IIM Ahmedabad - Indian Institute of Management
- IIM Bangalore - Indian Institute of Management
- IIM Indore - Indian Institute of Management
- IIM Calcutta - Indian Institute of Management
- IIM Kozhikode - Indian Institute of Management
Good Luck :)
how many CLAT marks are required for to get admission in NMIMS mumbai?
It is difficult to say how much marks is required to get admission in NMIMS Mumbai as there is no specific rank which is will guarantee your admission in this college.
You are selected on the basis of 2 parameters which are 12th standard marks and all india CLAT ranking and you will be given a merit number. The candidate with low merit numbers will be selected one by one until the seats are filled. Therefore someone with AIR 1500 and 90% in boards and someone with AIR 2000 and 94 % in boards have the same chance in getting selected.
But try to get a rank between 1 to 3000 anything more than that will make things difficult.
For more use our CLAT college predictor tool
Hope this helps
Is Math is complousary in narsee monjee for B.Com
NMIMS offers BCom Hons for which the eligibility criteria is passed 10+2 from a recognized board securing 60% aggregate having mathematics or statistics at 10+2 level, to know more details regarding this, you can check out at https://www.nmims.edu/undergraduate-commerce , however BCom is offered in distance mode for which there is no compulsory criteria of having studied mathematics or statistics at 10+2 level, you need to pass the qualifying examination with 50% aggregate, in case you hold work experience 45% would suffice, and those having diploma of three years approved by AICTE after Xth Standard securing 55% aggregate too are eligible to apply, check out the detailed information at https://distance.nmims.edu/programs/bachelor-of-commerce/