(For PGDM 2 yrs Full-Time Programs)
1. If I choose to submit more than one type of score (example CAT, GMAT plus XAT) will
I be required to pay double?
No you are not required to pay double fee. You fill in only one IMT Application
form and you pay Rs 2000/- for the application fee, irrespective of the number
of tests you take. IMT considers the best score among available test scores
before giving out final offer to candidates. You have to enter one test (Roll
No/ID), if applicable. For example, if you are applying on the basis of
CAT 2015/XAT 2016 test, enter CAT/XAT - ID, and also have the option of
submitting other test scores as well. If you are applying ONLY on the basis of
GMAT OR CMAT and have not yet registered for test, you can put the test name
only in the particular section. Once you have registered for the test, you can
edit your Application Form by logging in from the IMT Admissions Portal.
2. What factors are considered in short-listing applicants for interview?
FFor IMT Ghaziabad, applicants are short-listed for interviews based on one of the
following admitted scores: XAT 2016 or valid GMAT scores. GMAT score
taken between (1st January 2012to 31 March 2016).
For IMT Nagpur & Hyderabad applicants are short-listed for interviews based on
one of the following admitted scores: CAT 2015/XAT 2016, CMAT 2016 (conducted on 17 Jan 2016) or valid GMAT score taken between (1st January 2012 to 31 March 2016). ary 2012 to 31 March 2016).
3. Are there any sectional cut-offs while short listing for interviews?
IMT considers the aggregate scores and doesn’t have separate sectional cut-offs
when short-listing applicants.
4. What are the different factors considered in making a final offer?
The following factors are considered in making a final offer: academic record, performance
during the CnPI, written communication test, personal interview round and work-experience.
CnPI stands for Communication and Personal Interview.
5. What is CnPI Process?
CnPI stands for Communication and Personal Interview Process. In the Communication
section, candidates will be exposed to a tool called “Thematic Exposition”. This
will be done on a topic ranging from social, economic and current affairs etc. This
is a written communication test (WCT), where candidates would be given a topic ranging
from 1-3 lines, on which they will be expected to develop a piece of 250 words within
20 minutes. Topic would be provided to the candidates on the day of CnPI at the
venue/center itself. It will help the interviewer to understand the Language Proficiency,
Coherence, Thought Process, Critical and Logical Thinking skills of the candidates.
Post this there will be a Personal Interview with a panel for 15-20 minutes in which
candidates will be expected to discuss on a wide range of topics which tests their
skills of oral communication, analytical and leadership skills, work experience,
domain knowledge etc.
6. Is there one Common Application Form for all campuses? Do I have to individually
list the campuses I am interested in?
There is one Common Application Form for the four campuses - Ghaziabad, Nagpur,
Hyderabad and Dubai. In the online Application Form, you need to mention your campus
preference. At least two campuses have to be mentioned or maximum of all campus
preferences can be entered. At the time of final offering you will be informed about
the campus you are selected for.
7. How to convert CGPA into percentage?
1. Please follow your university/institution stated rule for conversion of CGPA
2. In case your university/institution does not have any scheme or rule to convert
CGPA into percentage, the same can be done by dividing the candidate’s CGPA by the
maximum possible CGPA and multiplying the result with 100.
8. How to calculate percentage in 10th and 12th standard?
Mention aggregate percentage of marks for all subjects (including optional subjects)
irrespective of your Board regulations.
Please note: DO NOT TAKE YOUR BOARD RULES OR OTHER RULES USED BY YOU EARLIER WHILE
CALCULATING PERCENTAGE. YOU ARE TO USE THE ABOVE RULE WHICH CLEARLY STATES THAT
ALL SUBJECTS INCLUDING YOUR OPTIONAL SUBJECTS ARE TO BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION
WHILE CALCULATING YOUR 10TH AND 12TH STANDARD PERCENTAGE.
For example, if you have studied 7 subjects INCLUDING ALLoptional subjects, all
7 subjects must be taken into consideration irrespective of your board rules and
9. When will I be asked about my preferences for Campuses and Programs?
You have to enter the Campus and Program preferences at the time of online application.
10. How do we submit copies of CAT, XAT, CMAT and GMAT score?
CAT 2015 and
XAT 2016 scores are automatically provided to IMT by test conducting agency.
For GMAT score you will have to provide official GMAT score. Official score can
be provided to IMT through GMAC, in case admitted at IMT. For the purpose of Application
processing, GMAT score need to be updated through IMT Admissions Portal by 15 April
2016. Application will be processed provisionally.
For CMAT 2016 score, you will be able to update through IMT Admissions Portal
11. What program name a candidate should give the program code / program name / School
name for providing official GMAT score to IMT?
Candidate can search by typing ‘IMT’ only or ‘Ghaziabad’ only in the search box
at the time of application to GMAT.
12. How do we provide official GMAT score to IMT?
Standard guidelines for acceptance of Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT®)
score report are given as under:
At the time of appearing for the GMAT exam, prior to starting the test, you will
have the option of selecting the program(s)* of your choicewhere you can send your
GMAT score free of cost.
The program(s) can be selected using a drop down menu or by typing out the name of
the program and the school name in the space provided (the system will bring up
program names that correspond to what you have typed). In case you already possess
a valid GMAT score and would like to send the same for admission to our program(s),
please follow these steps:
1. Visit www.mba.com
2. Under the section ‘The GMAT’, click on sub section ‘GMAT Scores & Score Reports’.
Then select the option ‘Sending your score to schools’
3. Login through your GMAT ID and select the program where you would like to send
4. A fee of USD $28 is charged for this service and your score will be sent electronically
and securely to the school’s representative through the GMAT score reporting website
within 15 working days
Please note that only electronic GMAT score
reports will be accepted.
*At the time of appearing for the GMAT, a candidate can apply to any 5 programs
free of cost.
13. If I have already taken GMAT test, how I can provide electronic GMAT score report?
For candidates who have already taken GMAT post 1 January 2012 and before filling in the IMT online Application Form, please provide Official GMAT score by paying the additional score fee to GMAC. This is only applicable in case the candidate gets admission offer from IMT. The official GMAT scores needs to be provided on or before the registration to the program. IMT needs the final official score of the student at the time of registration of the candidate on campus.
For candidates who have not taken GMAT before filling in the online application form, they can do so before March 31, 2016.
You are required to send us the unofficial scores via scan to email@example.com by March 31, 2016 and the official scores on or before April 15, 2016. For such candidates, IMT will process the application provisionally, subject to final GMAT score.
14. How do I know which scores to submit?
You can choose to submit more than one score. IMT will choose the best score before
giving out the admission offer.
15. What are the specializations being offered at IMT Ghaziabad/ Nagpur/ Hyderabad/
Please refer to the website of each campus as below:
16. How many students will be admitted in 2016?
IMT Ghaziabad has an approval of 480 seats in PGDM and 180 in Dual Country PGDM,
IMT Nagpur has an approval of 360 seats in PGDM and IMT Hyderabad has an approval
of 240 seats in PGDM.
17. At this point in time do I need to send my academic transcripts/documents?
No. At this point in time you are not required to send/mail/upload your academictranscript/documents.
Only those applicants who are paying by DD need to affix their passport-size photo
to the tear-off sheet and send it to address mentioned on it along-with DD.
18. At this point in time, am I supposed to mail my application form to IMT?
Only those applicants who are making the application fee payment through DD are
required to post the ‘tear-off’ sheet to IMT along-with DD. Those applicants, who
are directly making the payment online, are not required to mail the application
19. If I make payment online, do I have to send IMT anything afterward?
No. Once your online payment goes through and your ‘Application Number’ is generated,
your application is considered complete. You do not have to post/email anything
20. What if I don’t get a confirmation email within 24 hours of completing my application?
In case you do not receive a confirmation email on completing the online application,
you can still log on to the ‘Admissions Portal’, which will have the updated status
on your application.
- Login on IMT Admissions Portal:
- Login id: Your IMT Application Number
- Password: Same as entered earlier during application process.
21. When will my application status get updated on the link?
When you make the online payment, the application status gets updated immediately.
For those choosing to send a DD with the tear-off sheet, the application status
is updated once the DD is received at the IMT admissions office.
22. Can I fill more than one application and appear more than one time in selection
No, you can not appear more than one time in selection process. It will be deemed
as a fraudulent activity if one attempts to appear more than once. To ensure this
your Identification document will be checked at the time of Communication and Personal
Interview Process (CnPI) and your final joining in IMT Campus.
23. If I have made any mistake(s) while applying at IMT, Can I make changes later
You can edit your application by logging in to IMT Admissions Portal as explained
in item No 19 above. You won’t be able to edit the name of candidate. Editing facility
on application would be available for limited period only.
24. Why Identification Document details are required?
Identification document details are needed in order to verify the applicants as
well as preventfraudulent activities. The identification of candidate will be done
through Identification document during the admission process. Candidate has to provide
any one identification document details of the following. The ONLY ID proof/s which
are accepted by IMT are:
1. PAN Card
3. Valid Driving License
4. Voter’s ID card
5. Aadhar Card
The above has to be of the applicant who is applying to IMT. WE DO NOT ACCEPT ID
PROOF OF PARENTS, RELATIVES, and SIBLINGS etc. in any stage of the admissions process
25. Does IMT have links with banks for student loans?
Yes. Currently we have links with Oriental Bank of Commerce and HDFC Credila. Applicants
need to visit the branches of these banks directly with Admissions offer letters
(if offered admissions in any campus of IMT) to avail the loan facilities.
26. When will the interview shortlist be out?
Is in process.