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Ways to get Accepted at GLIM: Selection Process and Cutoff

November 22, 2016 05:27 PM 3 minute read , Management - BBA / MBA / Diploma , Great Lakes Institute of Management (Chennai) , Great Lakes Institute of Management (Gurgaon) , CAT , CAT - 2016

Ways to get Accepted at GLIM: Selection Process and Cutoff

Great Lakes Institute of Management (GLIM) was started in 2014 and is among the top B-schools in India. Great Lakes is known for the flexible courses that it offers and the fact that it was accredited by AMBA, one of the major global accreditation bodies in 2014.

GLIM has repeatedly been recognized as one of the premier management institutions in India by various academicians and education portals. The curriculum offered at the institute has proven to produce socially sensitive business-ready leaders and entrepreneurs who can lead the industry with their commitment and vision.

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GLIM focuses on providing its students with an education that makes them industry-ready. The institute has been focusing quality research, residential learning, teaching and professional management services. Though the original campus of GLIM was established in Chennai, the institute started a second campus i.e. GLIM Delhi NCR that started functioning in 2011.

GLIM offers the following programmes:

Name of the Programme Duration
Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) 1 Year
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) 2 Years

Selection Procedure:

GLIM selects students on the basis of either GMAT, CAT, XAT or CMAT score. Admissions are not strictly score oriented. The institute focuses on a candidate’s overall profile and work experience. Following are the four aspects that matter in order to get admission in GLIM:

  • Past Academic Record / Background
  • Standardized Test Score
  • Rank Holders
  • Academic Diversity

Check out the two-phase selection criteria of GLIM:

Programme Phase 1 Phase 2
PGPM Selection is done on the basis of Application and score secured by the candidate in either of the exams mentioned above. Written Ability Test (WAT) is part of the second. Along with this candidates will also have to qualify the Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds in order to secure a seat in GLIM.
PGDM Application of the candidate, quality of work experience as well as his or her score in either GMAT, CAT, XAT or CMAT will be evaluated for selection in the phase 1. Shortlisted candidates will have to clear WAT, GD and PI. selection will be done on the basis of the candidate’s performance in both the rounds.

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Cutoffs at GLIM:

The institute does not have a fixed cutoff. The score required to take admission in Great Lakes may vary yearly depending on the number of applicants. Standardized scores of GMAT, CAT, XAT and CMAT solely do not determine whether a student can get admission in GLIM or not. A lot depends on the second round of selection process where the candidates are subjected to writing test, group activities and personal interview. The performance of a candidate in graduation and 10th, 12th board exams score also plays an essential role in admissions.

However, following are the estimated cutoffs required for getting selected into GLIM:

Exam Score
CMAT 95+
CAT 90+
XAT 90+
GMAT 600+

No sectional cutoffs have been set by the institute. GLIM focuses on shortlisting students from diverse academic background to provide better exposure and mixed culture on the campus. As a result, GLIM has a selection process that selects students on the basis of their all-round progress.

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