XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur
XLRI, Bhubaneshwar is very good for MBA Finance. Therefore the candidate need not think twice to join the Institute. The college is providing excellent career opportunities to their students. They leave no stones unturned to give best to their students. The college is also providing good placements if the students manages to maintain a decent CGPA throughout the course.
With such a ascore its difficult to get in top b colleges like XLRI.However you can go for LPU .It is much better than the other colleges.MBA from LPU is rewarding since you get quality education with an innovative updated rigor here at reasonable cost and unbeatable placements.Moreover,The Business School of LPU is accredited from ACBSP, Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs from the USA ensuring quality education and industry experienced faculty members, studying in LPU will get a degree accredited from a body of USA.MBA packages at LPU has been worth 37 lacs per annum at the highest till date.
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Last year the cutoff for Xavier School of Management Jamshedpur PGDM(BM) was 96 and this year it has increased due to the increasing population.
and the cutoff for XLRI PGDM(HRM) was 94.
To know more check this link: https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/xat-cutoff.
XLRI Jamshedpur does not release an official syllabus and date for XAT 2020.
The management exam for the year 2020 is scheduled for January 5 (tentatively) in a single session (10am – 1pm).XAT 2020 is conducted in CBT mode, having the objective and subjective type of questions.
On the basis of previous year’s question papers and analysis, the syllabus is that it will follow the pattern to overall tests the candidate on Verbal Ability, Reading Comprehension & Logical Reasoning; Decision Making; Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation as the key sections to determine your percentile and merit position. For detailed syllabus go through below link
If you are having three years of gap in my academics it is not going to effect your chance of getting admissions at IIM or XLRI.
But instead the work experience you were having while working for these three years is going to act as a boon for you during the selection process in these colleges.
During the selection process of IIMs and XLRI not only your CAT score will be playing the important part but instead your previous academics, your work experience, your interpersonal skill is going to play a very important part.
Thus, instead of worrying you should know that the gap between your academics and your work experience during it is going to work positively for you.
Hope it helps.
Best of luck for your future.
For CAT, in written exam you need to score 98+ percentile if you are from general category. In interview round, marks of 12th, 10th and graduation do matters. As they will call for interview after looking your profile which include previous years marks. But If you score more than 99 percentile and can ace the personal interview you can definitely make through the CAT. Work hard, it will pay off
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