IIM Nagpur Cut-off 2023 [Required CAT Percentile For Shortlisting]

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IIM Nagpur Cut-off

IIM Nagpur will soon announce the CAT 2023 cut-off and admission criteria for MBA admissions. To get in, you’ll need to score at least 90 percentile if you’re from the General & EWS categories, 80 percentile for NC-OBC, 60 percentile for SC, and 50 percentile for ST & PwD categories. But remember, meeting the minimum cut-offs in each section and overall CAT exam is necessary to move forward in the selection process. This article will give you the lowest scores needed for CAT 2023 and explain the admission process in detail.

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IIM Nagpur CAT 2023 Cut-off (Expected) & Selection Process

Stage 1: Eligibility Criteria For Admission To MBA

The table below shows the expected CAT cut-offs needed to move on to the next stages. If your CAT score meets these cut-offs, you’ll receive an email or message from IIM Nagpur. To apply for MBA admission at IIM Nagpur, make sure to fill out the application form before the deadline.

IIM Nagpur CAT 2023 Sectional and Overall Percentile Cut-offs (Expected)

Category Section 1 (VARC) Section 2 (DILR) Section 3 (QA) Overall
General 65 65 65 90
EWS 60 60 60 80
NC-OBC 65 65 65 76.5
SC 50 50 50 60
ST 35 35 35 40
DAP
(Horizontal Reservation)
32 32 32 40

Once shortlisted, candidates must submit a comprehensive application with various documents, such as mark sheets for 10th, 12th, and graduation, semester-wise/year-wise marks for the bachelor’s degree, work experience certificates (if applicable), disability certificate (if applicable), Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Class – Non-Creamy layer certificate, and EWS certificate (if applicable). Please carefully follow the instructions provided in the application portal.

To proceed to the next admission process stage, you must submit your completed application by the given deadline. If there are any differences between the data you provided during CAT and the actual data, you need to flag them by sending an email to admissionsupport@iimnagpur.ac.in with relevant proof.

Stage 2: Selection Of The Candidates For the PI Process

In the next stage of the admission process, only candidates who meet the minimum CAT percentile requirements and have filled out the IIM Nagpur application form on time will be considered. During this stage, the following aspects will be taken into account for evaluating these candidates:

CAT Score

The CAT Score for each candidate will be determined by comparing their total CAT score to the maximum possible score. It will be scaled between 0 and 10. The process involves these steps:

CAT Score= (Total CAT score obtained by the candidate/Maximum total CAT score) *10

This is the highest CAT score among the candidates who qualified for the admission process at IIM Nagpur in stage 1.

Gender Diversity (GDI)

Based on the candidate’s gender, a gender diversity score (GDI) out of 10 will be given. Males get a score of 0, and females and transgender candidates get a score of 10.

At this stage, a shortlisting score (SS) will be calculated by considering both the CAT and GDI scores. The calculation process is as follows:

SS = 0.85 * (CAT Score) + 0.15 * (GDI Score)

The candidates who qualify based on the shortlisting score (SS) will be shortlisted for the Personal Interview (PI) process at IIM Nagpur. IIM Nagpur will send an email or communication to these shortlisted candidates.

Stage 3: Final Selection Of The Candidates

If you have submitted your application on time and got shortlisted in Stage 2, you must confirm your interest in attending the PI process. The schedule and details for the PI will be sent to you, and only those who take part in the PI process will be considered for the final stage of admission.

Personal Interview (PI)

Candidates who have filled out the application form got shortlisted for the PI in Stage 2 and confirmed their interest in attending the PI process would need to participate in the PI conducted by IIM Nagpur. The interviews are expected to take place in March/April 2024.

After the PI is done, the candidate’s Final Score (FS) will be calculated using the following method:

FS = 0.50* (CAT Score) + 0.25* (PI Score) + 0.05 * (PAP Score) + 0.10 * (WE Score) + 0.10* (GDI Score)

CAT (CAT) Score

The candidate’s CAT score, determined in Stage 2 of the process, will be used to calculate the Final Score (FS).

Personal Interview (PI) Score

The way candidates perform in the personal interview will be considered while calculating the Final Score (FS). The score will then be rescaled between 0 and 10.

Past Academic Performance (PAP)

In this evaluation, we look at how well applicants performed in their 10th Standard Examination and 12th Standard Examination. Based on the percentage of marks they obtained in these exams, eligible applicants will receive rating scores ‘A’ and ‘B’ for their 10th and 12th standard examinations, respectively.

Past Academic Performance (PAP) – 10th Rating Score
Percent score in 10th Std.Exam Rating Score (A)
<= 55 1
>55 and <= 60 3
> 60 and <= 70 4
> 70 and <= 80 5
> 80 and <= 90 9
> 90 10
Past Academic Performance (PAP) – 12th Rating Score
Percent score in 12th Std.Exam Rating Score (B)
<= 55 1
> 55 and <= 60 3
> 60 and <= 70 4
> 70 and <= 80 5
> 80 and <= 90 9
> 90 10

The PAP Score for the candidate will be calculated as follows:

PAP = (0.40*A+0.60*B)

Work Experience (WE)

The number of months of completed work experience will be used to calculate the Work Experience (WE) score, according to the table provided. Only full-time and paid experiences after graduation will be considered. Other experiences, like part-time jobs, projects, internships, CA Articleship, training, pre-graduation work, or experiences with stipends, won’t be counted. However, training periods as part of a job will be included in the work experience calculation.

Work Experience (WE): Rating Scores
Experience (in months) Rating Score (WE)
x<6 0
6<=x<12 5
12<=x<18 9
18<=x<24 10
24<=x<30 7
30<=x<36 3
x>=36 0

 

Gender Diversity (GDI) Score

Candidates will receive a gender diversity score of 10 points based on their gender. Male candidates get 0 points, female candidates get 10 points, and transgender candidates also get 10 points.

IIM Nagpur MBA Fee Structure

The total fee of the MBA program is Rs 18,90,000, excluding a refundable caution deposit of Rs 50,000, which will be returned to the students upon completion of the program. Additionally, the fee covers all academic expenses and access to various campus facilities and resources.

IIM Nagpur MBA Final Placements 2023

IIM Nagpur has finished placing its seventh batch of MBA students. This year, they had the largest batch size ever, with 236 students participating in the placements. The process was completed successfully on December 29, 2022. Notably, the average salary increased by 10.06% to INR 16.74 LPA, and the median salary also increased by 9.27% to INR 16.85 LPA during this placement season. The highest package stood at INR 64 LPA.

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