KIIT Management 2020 Result – KIIT has announced KIIT management result on ksom.ac.in. Candidates can check their result by entering the index number and date of birth. A merit list is also prepared for the candidates and according to this, the candidates are required to appear for Group Discussion / Personal Interview (GD/PI). For more information about KIIT Management 2020 result such as the process to check result, what after the declaration of result etc.
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KIIT Management 2020 Result
Result for KIIT Management releases in the online mode in the form of a rank card. Check more information about KIIT Management 2020 result, check the table given below.
|Date of entrance exam||18-20 Jan 2020|
|Announcement of result||25 Jan 2020|
Check result: Click here to check KIIT management 2020 result.
How is KIIT Management 2020 Result Prepared?
According to the performance of the candidates in KIIT Management entrance exam, the candidates are required to appear for the other rounds of admission process. After qualifying the entrance exam, a merit list is prepared for the shortlisted candidates. The candidates whose name are present on the merit list, they are required to appear for Group Discussion / Personal Interview.
How to check the KIIT Management 2020 Result?
The candidates can refer to the steps given below in order to check their respective results for KIIT Management 2020.
Step 1: Click on the link mentioned above or go to the official website, ksom.ac.in.
Step 2: After coming on the website, enter the login credentials like index number and date of birth in the result window.
Step 3: After entering the details, click on the ‘login’ button.
Step 4: Download the rank card and take printouts of it so that it could be used for future references.
What After Declaration of KIIT Management 2020 Result?
After the result is declared the candidates are required to appear for the GD / PI. The candidates are called according to the performance in KIIT Management entrance exam / CAT / XAT / XMAT / CMAT / GMAT scores. GD / PI is going to take place at New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jamshedupur and Bhubaneshwar.
The final selection of the students is done according to the marks in entrance test, performance in GD & PI and career marks. Candidates are required to submit the acceptance letter for taking admission.
List of Documents to be submitted
The following is the list of documents that would be required to be submitted by the candidates. Any changes in the list would be communicated in due course of time.
- High School Certificate and Mark sheet.
- +2/HSC Certificate and Mark sheet
- Graduation (B.A, B.Com, B.Sc, Engineering etc.) Certificate and Mark sheet
- Caste certificate, if applicable
- Physically challenged certificate, if applicable
- Sports / Extra-curricular participation certificate, if applicable
- College Leaving Certificate
- Migration Certificate
- Conduct Certificate
- Medical Report from a Registered Medical Practitioner in the prescribed format
KSOM Management Selection Procedure
There are certain things which candidates have to keep in mind before taking admission in the course. Check the points given below for the same.
- Qualify KIIT Management entrance exam
- Appear for Group Discussion and Personal Interview (GD/PI)
The candidates who have qualifies CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT/GMAT can also apply. These candidates need not appear for KIITEE MGT and will be directly called for the GD and PI round. But these candidates will also have to fill the application form to be eligible to apply. The final selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of score in the respective examination and performance GD/PI round.
Note: The admission of the international candidates will be done on the basis of GMAT score.
KIIT Management 2020 Fee Structure
Candidates can check the fee structure given below for MBA as well as BBA programme.
About KIIT Management
KIIT Management entrance exam is conducted to give admission in the MBA course. The paper consists of 150 multiple choice questions. The questions are asked from the topics Quantitative Aptitude, English, General Knowledge, Analytical Reasoning, Issues of Social Concern. The question paper is made in the English only. In case of wrong answers, there is negative marking in the exam.
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