IMT, Ghaziabad has announced the opening of its admissions process for its two-year postgraduate diploma in management (PGDM) and MBA programs for its June 2018-19 batch.
The Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad has announced the opening of its admissions process for its two-year postgraduate diploma in management (PGDM) and MBA programs for its June 2018-19 batch.
Candidates will have to fill in the online common application form available at www.imt.edu/admissions2018 and pay a fee of Rs 2000 and applicable taxes. They can apply for the globally accredited residential programmes at Ghaziabad, Nagpur, Dubai, and Hyderabad campus.
The application window that opened on September 3 will end on November 24.
Candidates will have to take the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2017, Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) 2018 or GMAT. After the test scores are in, eligible candidates will be called for a Critical Thinking Test, Group Exercise and Personal Interview process (Ct-GE-PI) in February 2018 that will evaluate the “holistic personality of the applicant”.
Candidate will be evaluated on various parameters such as written communication skills, innovation and creativity, the contribution of ideas, leadership potential, interpersonal skills, domain knowledge, versatility (extra-curricular/general awareness) etc.
Work experience candidates will be additionally evaluated on the relevance of their experience in relation to the PGDM program.
“IMT’s philosophy of grooming leadership through Innovation, Execution and Social Responsibility remains at the core of what we offer and continue to build each year. Our focus is to choose the right candidates across disciplines through a holistic process and groom them to become future business leaders of India,” Ghaziabad’s director Atish Chattopadhyay said.
“This year marks the introduction of new and dynamic courses keeping in mind the industry requirements and sector specialisations that are emerging. The Major and Minor tracks offered aims to give students management education that is wide based and more relevant in the long term,” he added.
The business school has introduced new courses on sustainability, social responsibility, design thinking and organisation based projects.
“Major Tracks are in the areas of Marketing, Finance, Operations, IT and HR. Minor tracks are niche and address contemporary areas like Marketing Analytics and research, Media and communication, Service Management Equity Research and Portfolio Management, Development Management and Consulting, IT Analytics etc,” it said in a statement.
“These are designed to boost the placement prospects but also sustaining and growing their careers. Students would also have an opportunity to be a part of Entrepreneurial/Social/ Rural/ International immersion, basis their areas of interest.”