There are certain Colleges in Mumbai which you can get but fess will be high:
chetana institute of management
sheila raheja institute of hotel management
ies management college and research centre
met institute of management
thadomal shahani management
rizvi institute of management studies and research
aditya institute of management
sinhgad institute of management
Xavier Institute of Management And Research provide Master of Managemet Studies with
total intake 61(60+1 J & k)
for cap round addmission will be as per DTE norms
for more information refer to the following link
I am providing you the link for cutoff rank or marks of MHCET, it contains full details for each round cutoff and provided MHCET RANK AND ALL INDIA RANK also do please go through the link provided
Hope this helps you .
Cutoffs for XIMR go pretty high. You will find candidates scoring 99 percentile in MAT getting interview calls. The overall score can be expected to be above 700. This is what they followed a year back. You can expect a similar trend this year too. CMAT cutoff won't go too low either.
Do try for other colleges at your score. All the best!
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