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GIM Goa Course Admission 2024 - Fees, Date, Cutoff & Eligibility

05 Dec, 2023

GIM Goa Course Admission 2024 - Fees, Date, Cutoff & Eligibility

About GIM PGDM Admission 2024-2026

GIM is a reputed institute that has acquired international accreditation from SAQS and AMBA. PGDM is an AICTE-approved course consisting of six terms, and its duration is two years. The students can choose different streams such as HCM (Health Care Management), BDA (Big Data Analytics), and BIFS (Banking, Insurance, and Financial Services). This course is designed to provide theoretical and practical knowledge to students to enhance their career growth. It is persistently reviewed with the Academic Advisory Committee.

Eligibility for the GIM PGDM Course

A student should be a graduate with a minimum of 50% marks. Final-year students who have secured 50% aggregate in the latest examination can also apply. The minimum mark requirement for students belonging to the SC/ST caste is 45%. Graduate students aspiring to study PGDM should appear for an entrance test (CAT, XAT, or CMAT).

Students who appeared for the GMAT between January 2022 and 2024 can also apply. Students who are appearing for the GMAT on January 31, 2024, can also apply. The scores of the competitive exam are also considered. The other factors reviewed by the institution are academic score, overall profile, and work experience. The candidates should ultimately appear for a personal interview. A total of 300 seats are available for the course.

Students can also apply for the PGDM (part-time program ) if they fulfil the eligibility criteria. The student should complete a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% marks along with 3-year experience. The duration of the course is two years. The other factors considered for admission are a personal interview, group discussion, work experience, academic score, and overall profile. A total of 60 seats are available for the course.

Applying for the Course Online:

Students who wish to study the course should apply online. The application fee processed during the application process is non-refundable.

  1. The e-mail that is mentioned at the time of registration is used to send notifications or alert messages until the procedure of enrolment is over. So, the students should not modify their email addresses.
  2. So, the students may use the GIM ticketing system on the dashboard rather than using email addresses to get a response quickly.
  3. They should register and verify the email ID.
  4. Then, they should click on (Any queries? Ask US) on the dashboard.
  5. Then they should choose the query category and send your query.

Application Cost

Application fee Last date of applying Students applying for one program Students applying for two programs Students applying for 3 programs Students applying for 4 programs
Early Bird 28th November 2024 2000 Rs. + GST 2250 Rs. + GST as applicable 2500 Rs. + GST 3000 Rs. + GST
Deadline for the achiever round 5th December 2024 2500 + GST 3000 + GST 3500 + GSt 4000 + GST
CAT 20th December 2024 2500 + GST 3000 + GST 3500 + GST 4000 + GST
Last Round January 2, 2024 2500 + GST 3000 + GST 3500 + GST 4000 + GST

Some Important Dates

Particulars Dates
Date of registration for the CAT August 2, 2024
The last date of registration September 20, 2024
Date of issuance of admit card November 7, 2024
Date of the CAT examination November 26, 2024
Date of registration for XAT July 15 to November 30, 2024
Last date for applying for XAT through the GMAT or GRE December 31, 2024
Date of the XAT exam January 7, 2024
Last date for submission of online application forms March 13, 2024
Last date of payment of the application fee March 13, 2024
Correction Window March 14, 2024
First Mover for PGDM October 31, 2024
Early Bird for PGDM November 28, 2024
Deadline for the achievement round December 5, 2024
Last date for applying for PGDM January 2, 2024
Evaluation process for PGDM January and March 2024
Results for the final admission April 3, 2024
Commencement of the academic session June 2024

Selection Procedure for the PGDM Course

Achiever Round

The achiever round is a procedure for shortlisting candidates on the basis of achievements in fields such as sports, academics, professional experience, and co-curricular activities. Only the candidates applying for the PGDM program should undergo the achiever round.

Such candidates are shortlisted without assessment of XAT, CAT, or GMAT scores, and the scores will be assessed later. An offer for on-spot admission is also given for selecting a set of students. Others are considered along with the other applicants for admission.

The most talented candidates are selected for scholarships. Students who are normally provided scholarships under this category are national hockey players, toppers in 12th, up to 20th in state board in 10th, No. 2 in university degree course, employees of the years, organizing solo exhibitions of photographs, volley ball players at district level, etc.

Elite Round

Academic toppers from professional institutes such as ICWA, MBBS, CA, CS, and CFA with at least 24 months of full-time work experience in selected companies are chosen as ELITE applicants. After verifying eligibility, they are called for a personal interview.

The candidates are first shortlisted on the basis of scores on the XAT, Cat, or CMAT. The candidates who are shortlisted are then called for the final selection process. During this process, factors such as their academic scores, profile, and work experience are accessed. Then, they should also undergo a final round of interviews.

Candidates who want to peruse PGDM in Big Data Analytics should undergo an aptitude test known as the GIM Analytics Aptitude Test.

Final weight of students for final selection:

Factors Total weightage
Objective assessment 40%
Academic records 15%
Work Experience 10%
Evaluation from face-to-face 30%
Composite Diversity Index 5%

Shortlisting the candidates applying for part-time

The candidates should apply for the program online. The shortlisted candidates are called for personal interviews. Then, they are shortlisted on the basis of their performance in a personal interview, group discussion, and other factors such as work experience and academic scores. The overall profile of the candidate is also assessed. A merit list is then prepared on the basis of their overall performance in interviews, group discussions, and other factors mentioned above.

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