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Admission Notice- NIT, Calicut Announces Admissions for MBA Program 2016
The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Calicut invites applications for admission to the 2-years Master of Business Administration (MBA) program offered in the School Of Management Studies for the session 2016.
Aspirants must have a bachelors’ degree in any discipline with Mathematics/ Economics as a subject of study from a recognized Institution or University, on a full-time basis with an aggregate minimum of 60% ( or 6.5 out of 10 CGPA) and 55% (or 6.0 out of 10 CGPA) for SC and ST categories.
Final year students are also eligible to apply. The applicants should also have a valid Common Admission Test (CAT)/ Common Management Aptitude Test (CMAT) score or expecting the Results of the same.
How to Apply-
Aspirants can apply online. The printed data-sheet obtained after uploading the application should be sent to “The Chairperson PG Admissions, National Institute of Technology Calicut, Calicut- 673 601, Kerala, India”, with the necessary enclosures along with a demand draft for INR1000 (Rs. 500 for SC/ST candidates) drawn in favor of “The Director, NIT Calicut”, and payable at CALICUT.
(Please mention “Application to the MBA Program-School of Management Studies” on the top of the cover)
The scores obtained in CAT/CMAT and a creditable performance in the group discussion and personal interview to be held in Calicut, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, and Mumbai, will be the based of selection. Also, credits will be accounted for work experience, scores of Graduation, PG/PG Diploma, 10th, and 12th Class etc.
Last date for submission of completed application: 5 March 2016 (Saturday)
Publication of list of aspirants selected for GD/PI: 10 March 2016 (Thursday)
Tentative dates for GD/PI:
Delhi: 19 March 2016 (Saturday)
Kolkata: 21 March 2016 (Monday)
Chennai: 23 March 2016 (Wednesday)
Mumbai: 25 March 2016 (Friday)
Calicut: 28 March 2016 (Monday)
For more information visit the website of the Institute
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