Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) has released the list of candidates selected for the Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) round. The list has been published by the institute on January 22, 2019. Candidates can check the admission status at nmims.edu using the registration number and password.
Only students who have applied for the NMIMS until November 04, 2019 could check the shortlist status. Candidates will be selected for the next round on the basis of the cut-off set by the university. The minimum qualifying marks are different for the NMIMS campus at Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad. Importantly, candidates shortlisted for any of the campuses need to register for the GDPI before the last day.
The registration window will open for 6 days starting from January 23 to 28, 2019. GDPI rounds will start from February 01 to 20, 2019. Final result for the admission 2091-21 will be released latest by February 25, 2019. It will release in the form of merit list. Candidates must check the waitlist, in case candidate of higher merit has dropped out of admission process.
Candidates on the interview day must reach the scheduled venue. Also, carry the documents as listed by the university. Important documents to be carried are academic certificates, migration certificate, work- experience proof etc. Also, carry original and 2-3 copies of each document.
Once the final shortlisting for the admission is done, candidates have to complete the admission procedure by paying the programme fee. The course for each programme offered by NMIMS is different. For MBA / MBA HR Program, it is Rs 8,75,000/- for one year. Candidates opting for MBA Pharmaceutical Management needs to pay Rs. 5,25,000/-. For PGDM programme in Bangalore / Hyderabad / Navi Mumbai / Indore, the fee is Rs 7,25,000/- per annum. The exact fee structure will be sent to candidates along with their offer letter.
For the academic year 2019-21, there are a total of 1040 seats. For MBA (Finance/ Information Systems/ Marketing/ Operations & Decision Sciences/ Analytics), there is 540 seats. For MBA in Human Resource, Pharmaceutical Management, PGDM Navi Mumbai and PGDM – Navi Mumbai, there are 60 seats in each programme. In PGDM Bengaluru and Hyderabad Campus, seats are 180 and 120 respectively.
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