Xavier Institute of Management, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar
Xavier Institute of Management
(XIMB), Xavier University, Bhubaneswar (XUB) considers the scores of various management entrance exams for its admission process such as Common Admission Test (CAT), Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT-XLRI), GMAT, and X-GMT (XUB).
Ranked No.4 in General Management, Central Asia among the TOP 20 - Regional ranking within the 9 geographical zones by Eduniversal Masters Ranking 2018 for the 5000 Best Masters and MBAs in 50 fields of study worldwide.
XIMB, Xavier University has been ranked 2nd amongst India’s Top 13 Private Leading B-Schools of Super Excellence in the CSR-GHRDC B-School survey 2018.
XIMB has been ranked 4th among top 50 B-Schools in the Chronicles B-School Survey 2018.
The cut offs are:
Verbal Ability - 70 percentile
Quantitative Aptitude -45 percentile
Emotional Quotient & General Awareness -50 percentile
Data Interpretation - 45 percentile
The cut off for CAT is:
Verbal Ability - 80 percentile
Quantitative Aptitude -70 percentile
Data Interpretation and logical reasoning- 70 percentile
The overall figures for all the exams must be above 50 percentile.
Business Management - 96 (male); 95 (female)
Human Resource Management -94 (male); 93 (female)
Global Management Programme -91 and above
it is one of the best colleges.
XIMB accepts GMAT scores in its admission procedure. The minimum score required is 550. In order for you to apply in this college you should have at least 550 score in GMAT. If you have cleared this cut off, then you will get a call for the further rounds of the admission process. You have scored 600 in GMAT which will help you get a call if you apply. Furthermore you have a work experience of 18 months as an Assistant Manager in Vedanta limited, this might help you and provide an edge over the others.
Besides GMAT, there are other exams that you can appear to for applying at XIMB. They accept scores of XAT/CAT/XGMT/NMAT. The minimum eligibility required for applying to XIMB is having a minimum 3 years Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent degree. At least 55% marks is required to be attained from a recognized university.
The further rounds include a Personal Interview, Written Ability Test and Group Discussion rounds. The final selection is done after considering the cumulative score of all the rounds and considering the profile of the candidate which includes work experience (if any) and past academic records.
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If you are inclined towards marketing only then XIMB will be a better option. In every ways XIMB is better than XIME be it a course on business management or Human Resource. But the placements are good in both the colleges and you can get a decent average package of 8-10 lakhs from both the colleges.
considering your academic background to get a call from IIFT/XLRI/XIBM you must aim for 90+percentile
you can also vist last year cut off for the XAT,IIFT to get a rough idea and Start preparing for the same
Feel free to ask if you have any more query
Yes. You can get seat in MBA for sure.
This is a very interesting field that you will be entering after your course in Urban Management and Governance.
Urban areas are complex entities with a concentration of people supported
by utilities and services held together by rules and institutions.
They are growing at a rapid pace in terms of population and geography.
Urban areas need constant attention to maintain existing structure and
manage future expansion.
Urban Management is an upcoming field requiring
specialized knowledge of urban settlements and management practices.
Urban managers understand how townships and cities function and they
strive to improve the social, technological, operational and financial
functioning of urban areas with the aim of improving livability
The XUMG is the University’s leading initiative to develop, transfer
and disseminate knowledge about building sustainable, smart and
The MBA-UMG Program includes core and elective coursework and other
learning segments of 111 credits. Each credit requires 10 hours of
classroom contact or its field equivalent, and another 10 hours
outside the classroom for preparatory reading and assignments.
Students are thus expected to spend about 70 hours a week for
their academic work, in preparation for the rigours of a public
The core courses provide the conceptual and
theoretical fundamentals of management, urban analysis and spatial
development, and the analytical frameworks and tools for field
These are augmented by Urban Learning Experience (Urban Studio),
Urban Management Internship, UMGP Colloquium, Immersion Courses, seminars
and leadership talks.
Students have the opportunity to specialize by selecting appropriate electives
and completing a capstone project in any of the following areas –
• Water and Waste Management
• Urban Mobility
• Housing Development and Financing
• Economic Development & Livelihoods
1. Candidates who have secured the 1st, 2nd or 3rd position (i.e., any of the top
three ranks, at the College / Institute / University) in their undergraduate program
can apply without any Admission Test score by filling the Online Application Form.
A certificate from the Head of the Institution stating their rank/ position must be
furnished to that effect when asked for.
2. Candidates with a three-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in any
discipline with at least 55% marks in aggregate from a recognized University
can apply with a valid Admission Test score.
3. Candidates with Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Planning, Geography (Hons.),
and Economics (Hons.) with minimum 55% marks in aggregate AND candidates from other
disciplines with minimum 60% marks in aggregate in their three-year Bachelor’s degree
(or equivalent) program are also encouraged to apply.
All shortlisted candidates (for all categories mentioned in this section) will have to appear
for a Writing Ability Test and/or Group Discussion and/or Personal Interview.
Final year degree students, who expect to complete their final examinations and other
requirements for obtaining the degree by June 15, 2019, can also apply.
Applicants are required to take any one of the Admission Tests:
a) XAT to be conducted by XLRI, Jamshedpur, on January 06, 2019, or
b) CAT to be conducted by IIMs on November 25, 2018, or
c) NMAT by GMAC to be conducted during October – December 2018, or
d) GMAT taken in 2017 or 2018, or
e) GATE taken in 2017 or 2018, or
f) CEED taken in 2018, or
g) NATA taken in 2017 or 2018, or
h) X-GMT (Xavier General Management Aptitude Test) to be conducted
by Xavier University, Bhubaneswar on January 27, 2019.
Applicants opting for XAT/CAT have to follow XAT/CAT advertisements respectively
and apply in time. Registering for XAT/CAT/GMAT/NMAT is a prerequisite for applying to XUB, if not opting for X-GMT.
Applicants also have to fill up the online application form separately for XUB programme at:
www.xub.edu.in upon successfully filling the online application form and paying the
relevant application fee, the applicant will be intimated by email about the acceptance of the form.
It may be noted that besides registering for XAT/CAT/GMAT/NMAT,
one has to apply (online) separately to Xavier University, Bhubaneswar
Hello Rajesh. XIBMS is accredited and approved by Distance Learning Council of India. The courses provided by the institute is approved by the HRD Ministry of Govt of India. Also it is part of the Ananta education society which is registered under Govt. Of Maharashtra.
Hence you can be assured that XIBMS is not only govt approved but it provides courses which is approved and accredited in India and internationally.
You can check their accredition page to know more about their accreditions.
Hope this helps. For further information feel free to comment down below.
Are you asking for MBA BM? The programme is designed to develop holistic perspective about an organization and gain knowledge of various business functions and skills. In order to take admission for the programme you can appear XAT/CAT/GMAT & XGMT. The courses offered by the university given below
You can check the further information with the given below link.
Hi Navya, generally the cutoffs are not fixed for any colleges. It varies every year based on a lot of factors like number of seats available, number of test takers and the difficulty of exam etc. But going by the past records, a minimum of 180+ is enough for HR program call for the next round. This year it might vary, but I think you are in safe zone and have high chances to be called up for the next rounds. All the best !!!
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