For the work experience of completed months x (as on July 31, 2017), the candidates will be assigned a WE score as follows:
d. Diversity (Di)
A diversity score out of 10 will be calculated for the candidate based on the candidate's gender, and bachelor's degree. The gender diversity score of 5 points will be awarded based on the candidate's gender (0 for male, 4 for female, and 5 for transgender candidates) and 5 points will be awarded for the candidate's bachelor's degree (5 points for candidates with bachelor's degree in any of the following: BA, BA(H), B.Sc, B.Sc.(H), BS, B.Com, B.Com(H), BCA, BBA, B.Pharma, LL.B, MBBS, BDS or any other Non-Engineering subject areas at the Bachelor's level not mentioned here)
At this stage, a comprehensive score (CS) based on the CP, PAP, WE and Di scores will be calculated as follows:
CS=0.35 * (CP Score) + 0.40*(PAP Score) + 0.2* (WE Score) + 0.05*(Di Score)
Based on the comprehensive score (CS), a shortlist will be prepared and the shortlisted candidates will be receiving an email from IIM Nagpur around the first week of April, 2018. The candidates need to submit a detailed application, including details of semester wise / year wise marks in Bachelors' degree etc., copies of all mark sheets, copies of work experience certificates (if applicable), certificate of disability (if applicable), scheduled caste / scheduled tribe / other backward class — non-creamy layer certificate (if applicable). Only those candidates who submit the detailed application by the stipulated date will be considered for the next stage of the admission process.
Stage 3: Final Selection of the Candidates
The candidates who have been shortlisted based on the Comprehensive Score and submit the detailed application by the stipulated deadline will be considered for the final stage of the admission process. In this stage, performance in Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) will be calculated as follows:
Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT)
Those who are shortlisted and Interviewed by any one or more of the IIMs at Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode, Lucknow (only for their PGP/PGPEM programs), will not be required to appear for this process that will be conducted by IIMN. For these candidates, their Personal Interview (PI) / Written Ability Test (WAT) scores from the above IIMs will be used to derive their PI /WAT scores for IIMN as follows:
- If a candidate was shortlisted for PI/WAT of only one of the above mentioned IIMs (IIMs at Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode, and Lucknow for their PGP/PGPEM programs), her/his PI/WAT score will be used for PI/WAT score for IIMN.
- If a candidate was selected for PI/WAT of more than one of the above mentioned IIMs (IIMs at Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode, and Lucknow for their PGP/PGPEM programs), the average of the scores will be considered after removing one score which is the minimum PI/WAT score in the above mentioned IIMs (IIMs at Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode, and Lucknow for their PGP/PGPEM programs).
Candidates who are not shortlisted and Interviewed by any of the IIMs at Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode, Lucknow (only for their PGP/PGPEM programs) will be required to appear for a Personal Interview (PI) / Written Ability Test (WAT) to be conducted by IIMN.
The scores in all past academics will also be updated, if required, on the basis of actual mark sheets / grade cards submitted. Unless otherwise mentioned in the academic transcripts, percentages would be calculated by considering all subjects that the candidate has appeared for the examination.
At this stage, the Final Score (FS) of the candidate will now be calculated as follows:
FS= 0.35* (PI Score) + 0.05*(WAT Score) + 0.20* (CP Score) + 0.20 * (PAP Score) + 0.20 * (WE Score)
The selection at this stage will strictly be based on the ranks of the candidates computed separately for each category (General/SC/ST/NC-OBC/DAP) on the basis of their Final Scores (FS). The numbers selected in different categories will be in proportions mandated by the law.
The selected candidates will receive provisional admission intimation by e-mail. To confirm the acceptance of the offer, the candidate has to pay an acceptance fee of Rs. 50,000 which will be adjusted towards Term I fees subsequently.
Withdrawal and Cancellation Process
The withdrawal/cancellation of admission offer can happen in multiple ways:
The admission of a candidate stands cancelled if he/she provides any false information at any step in the admissions process.
Before First-Term Registration:
Once confirmation fee is received by the stipulated date (mentioned in the offer e-mail), the provisional admission offer stands. If payment is not received by the stipulated date, the provisional admission will be cancelled.
If a candidate pays the confirmation fees but still wants to withdraw, he/she may do so by sending an e-mail to the Admission Office. We will then initiate a refund process. Refund of money (after deducting an administrative charge of Rs.1000 or as per prevailing Government of India rules) will happen in July 2018.
The admission will stand cancelled if a candidate doesn't register at IIM Nagpur on the mentioned registration date and time.
- Fees will be collected at the beginning of each term. If a candidate withdraws from the programme in any Term after Registration (in the middle of a term) he/she will forfeit all the fees paid till then, regardless of any number of days still remaining in the term, and his/her admission shall stand cancelled.