Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) has opened its doors for admission to the academic session 2020-21 for MBA, PGDM programs. Aspirants from all across the nation can now register at nmims.edu.
To get admission at NMIMS, aspirants need to first register for NMAT by GMAC 2019 which is the exam registration, and then apply for NMIMS which is the institute registration. At the time of filing the application form of the institute, registration number generated in the entrance exam application form will be required.
The last date to register for NMAT 2019 is October 14. Whereas the last date to register for NMIMS Admission 2020 is October 15. The fee amount stands at Rs 1770 for either MBA or PGDM, and Rs 2124 for both.
NMIMS offers MBA in finance, information systems, marketing, operations and decision sciences with a total of 540 seats. Then there are 60 seats each for MBA Human Resource, and MBA Decision Science and Analytics. 120 seats are in MBA Pharmaceutical Management.
The PGDM programme at Bengaluru campus has 180 seats, Hyderabad has 120, and Navi Mumbai as well as Indore have 60 each. PGDM Business Analytics offered at the NMIMS Mumbai campus has 60 seats, and there are as many for the PGDM Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Navi Mumbai.
NMIMS has outlined that graduates in any discipline with 50% in aggregate can apply for MBA, MBA HR. Same goes for PGDM except the PGDM Business Analytics programme.
For MBA Decision Science and Analytics, candidates must have studied Math at pre-university level that is in 10+2; it also requires English proficiency results of TOEFL, 80 score, and IELTS with 6.5. And for PGDM Business Analytics, one should have bachelors in engineering with 55% at least.
MBA Pharmaceutical Management program is open for graduates in Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Medical Technology, MBBS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS, B.Sc. Biotechnology, M.Sc. Biotechnology, B.Tech. Bio-Tech./Bio-Medical or B.E. BioTech./Bio-Medical with 50%.
Selection process of NMIMS admission 2020 shall consist of NMAT by GMAC 2019, followed by case discussion and personal interview, and marks for other factors like academic performance and work experience.
Here it must be noted that though NMIMS application is closing this month, re-application will be open from October 5 to December 26. Another interesting factor in the admission process is that candidates can appear for NMAT more than once, the retake score will only be considered in such cases.
NMAT by GMAC will be held in 11 cities in the North, 13 in the west, 10 in the south, 4 in central, 7 in the east, and also at 4 international centres. The test will comprise of three sections – language skills with 32 questions to be done in 22 minutes, quantitative skills with 48 questions to be done in 60 minutes, and logical reasoning with 40 questions to be done in 38 minutes. So the overall paper will have 120 questions to be done in 120 minutes.
Recently the registrations for CAT 2019 closed at iimcat.ac.in. It is reported that the more number of candidates have applied this year. This rise in popularity of MBA has majorly been attributed to working professionals who are looking to upskill themselves.