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Selection Procedure: STEP1: Written Examination A candidate seeking admission to the PGDP Course will be required to appear in the written Entrance examination which will comprise of multiple choice questions. The syllabus for the written test is at the graduate level and the subjects include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Engineering. The candidate has the option to choose questions, provided the number of questions does not exceed a fixed limit. The entrance examination will be conducted on 13/06/2019 at Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad centres of the Institute. The Institute has the discretion to fix minimum qualifying marks for the examination and shortlists the candidates who will be eligible for further consideration for admission.
Application for admission to the course needs to be submitted on or before 07/06/2019 along with attested copies of mark sheets and other credentials. Application form, Prospectus and Syllabus can be obtained from 3rd week of December 2018 from any centre by paying Rs. 500 in cash or by Demand Draft in favour of Indian Institute of Packaging payable at Mumbai or Kolkata or Delhi or Chennai or Hyderabad or Ahmedabad The forms can also be downloaded from the IIP website. However, such forms should be accompanied with Rs. 500 Demand Draft in favour of Indian Institute of Packaging payable at Mumbai or Kolkata or Delhi or Chennai or Hyderabad or Ahmedabad.
STEP2: Personal Interview Candidates, who clear the written examination as above, will be called for Personal Interview which will be held at the Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Hyderabad centres of the Institute. The Institute has the discretion to x minimum qualifying marks for Personal Interview which will make a candidate eligible for further consideration for admission. The final selection of candidates for admission to the course will be done in the order of their merit which will be based on the aggregate of marks calculated in each case according to the following weightage: (i) Marks obtained in 10th Class/Matriculation : 10% (ii) Marks obtained in 12th Class/Sr. Secondary: 10% (iii) Marks obtained in Graduation level: 30% (iv) Marks obtained in the Entrance Examination: 30% (v) Marks obtained in Personal Interview: 20%