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Admission Notice- IIM, Tiruchirappalli Invites Application for Fellow Program in Management- 2016
Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Tiruchirappalli invites applications for admission to full time, residential Fellow Program in Management (FPM) for the session 2016 in Economics, Finance, Marketing, MIS, OB & HR, Operations Management & Quantitative Techniques and Strategic Management.
Candidates must possess one of the following qualifications after completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or equivalent:
A master degree in any discipline, with at least 55 percent marks, with a bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification with at-least 50 percent marks obtained after a minimum of three years of education.
Five year/four year integrated master’s degree program in any discipline, with at least 55 percent marks.
A professional qualification like CA, ICWA, CS.
A 4-year/8-semester bachelor’s degree with least 55% marks or equivalent grade point average. And
Have a score of CAT or GMAT or GATE or GRE or UGC-JRF as applicable.
Selection Procedure -
Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview with their respective area panels.
Selection will be based on the applicant’s performance in CAT/GMAT/GATE/ GRE/UGC-JRF as applicable, past academic performance, work experience, aptitude for research and performance in the interviews.
How to Apply-
Application fee of Rs.500/-.
Candidates should download the recommendation letter format and these letters will have to be completed by two referees and attached with the print out of the completed application form and should be sent to Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli along with the print out of the screen shot of the NEFT payment made.
Candidates can apply online of the Institutes.
Last date for submission of application: Saturday, January 30, 2016.
For more information- http://www.iimtrichy.ac.in/
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