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Can i get indira institute of Management or vishwakarma institute of Management with 93%ile in MBA CET? also i belong to obc category
Dear Yash Congratulation for getting such good percentile at this score you may get some good Instituted and Yes, at this score you definitely try for Vishwakarma Institute of Management, Pune and my suggestion is you may at least try for it because of you have a good possibility that you may get this college.
All the best.
I got 61% in mah MBA cet . Will I get admission here..?
Sorry to say, your rank is poor. So don't expect good colleges,whatever you will be getting after MBA, that will not satisfy you.
Here is the some colleges that you can get at this percentile :
- Sree Chanakya Edu Society's Indira school of Business Studies
- Don Bosco Institute of Technology
- Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies
- Maharashtra Institute of Technology
You can also check the link below for more cutoffs - MHCET Cutoffs
But my suggestion is not to join MBA in that kind of colleges. MBA is your last degree, so whatever you do, think again. Atleast do from top 50 B-Schools to get good career start.
Is Vishwakarma institute of management is good for MBA in finance
Vishwakarma institute of management is a renowned institute which is affiliated to Pune University. It is recognized and approved by All India council of technical education (AICTE).It’s overall rating is AA+ in MBA. In 2013 the institute has been honored with the "Second best professional institute in urban area" by Pune University. This institute provides two post graduate courses: MBA (Masters of business administration) and PhD (Doctor of philosophy). They also have a great placement tie up with Axis bank, Bajaj Allianz, HDFC bank, IDBCF bank, IndusInd bank, ACC ltd, Accenture. The fee structure is 3.31 lakhs and total intake is 180 seats .So according to me no college is too bad or too good it all depends on your skills and talent and how much you take from that college and its faculty to make a good difference. Lastly their cutoff would vary depending on the application received. Also they have various cells like research cell, intrigue(national level event), entrepreneurship development cell which can help you to explore and turn out to be a great MBA.VIM has also tied up with international business machine corporation and they mainly focus on providing students with latest software that are used by industry experts in management. So according to me it is a great college as it not only focuses on academics but all on all other avenues, which makes it great college.
Hope I have answered your query.
I scored 66.81 percentile in MBA CET 2019 can I get the admission in Vishwakarma institute of management Pune
Hi Lalit, the cutoff varies every year based on various factors like number of test takers difficulty level of exams number of seats available etc. However going by the previous years cutoff, you have very less to slim chances for this cutoff. They expect around 70 percentile generally, and if there are seats available, you have high chances.
What is admission process?I gave MhaCet and CMAT
After applying for MAHCET and CMAT exam. You have to register for the choice of management colleges you wish to pursue MBA from. Registeration for the colleges starts at the same time of registration of management entrance exam. If your score matches with your particular college cut off then you'll get a call for gd/pi.
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