IIM Rohtak PGP Selection Criteria 2018 – 2020 – This document summarizes the approach of IIM Rohtak to preparing the Admission List for its 9th PGP Batch (2018-20) (The approximate batch size is 240). IIM Rohtak (IIM-R) reserves the right to modify any part of this document including the various criteria and cut offs mentioned at any time till the actual admission process for the batch is completed.
The basic objective of IIM-R’s admission process is to identify meritorious candidates for admission under each category of admission, viz., General, OBC, SC, ST and PWD/DAP. While merit is the prime consideration, the Institute recognizes a possibility of skewed student structure in favour of male gender and engineering and related subjects at graduation in the normal course. Hence, it strives to ensure a better balance in opportunities among different subject streams and genders. It is also part of IIM Rohtak’s approach to duly recognize academic consistency and industrial experience.
IIM Rohtak PGP Selection Criteria 2018 – 2020
For Second stage of Admission candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of CAT 2017 Score. Stage II includes Written Analysis (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI). The eleven IIMs coordinating the Stage II process 2018, viz., Amritsar, Bodhgaya, Jammu, Kashipur, Raipur, Ranchi, Rohtak, Sambalpur, Sirmaur, Trichy and Udaipur, are together likely to call candidates for this stage.
IIM Rohtak Admission Process
The admission process of IIM-R is a two-stage process. Stage I comprises CAT. Stage II includes Written Analysis (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI). The Final Selection List (FSL) will based on CAT score, WAT score, PI score and profile score which includes Work Experience, Academic Performance, and Diversity.
Shortlisting Criteria for Stage II
- IIM Rohtak shall have the same shortlisting criteria as that of all participating IIMs for Common Admission Process (CAP) 2018.
- Only candidates meeting the cut-off criteria listed in Table 1 would be considered for shortlisting.
- The criteria given below are the minimum requirement to be fulfilled by the candidates for being considered for shortlisting for WAT and PI. These are eligibility criteria and do not imply entitlement. However, the criteria i.e., individual sectional percentile and the overall percentile may be lowered/relaxed, if the actual number of shortlisted candidates are found to be less than the required number of candidates to be called for WAT and PI in one or more categories. The relaxation in the cut-off criteria is to ensure sufficient number of candidates for each of the categories for WAT and PI process. The participating IIMs reserve the right to have a higher cut-off than those mentioned below:
|Data Interpretation and
Logical Reasoning (DILR)
|Verbal and Reading
Preparing Final Shortlisted Candidates (FSL)
A weight of 35 per cent will be assigned to CAT Total Score (Scaled to 100). The following scores or weights are assigned during the WAT & PI process: PI and WAT 30 per cent; and Work Experience, Past Academic Performance and diversity shall be given a weight of 35 per cent. Minimum cut off may be applied to WAT & PI components.
Offer Acceptance Fee & Withdrawal
A candidate receiving admission offer from IIM Rohtak (IIM-R) and accepting the offer within the stipulated date needs to send along with Offer Acceptance (OA) an Offer Acceptance Amount (OAA) of Rs. 100,000. A candidate can subsequently withdraw the OA within the withdrawal date specified in the Offer Letter (OL). In this case, OAA will be refunded after deducting administrative expenses and processing charges of Rs 10,000. If a candidate registers for the programme, his/her OAA will be adjusted against Term I Fee.
In case a candidate withdraws before the registration, OAA &/ Or Term Fee will be refunded after deducting processing charges as per norms. In the event of withdrawal from the Programme after registration, NO refund of OAA or Term Fee will be made.