The IBSAT cut-off is a vital parameter that determines the shortlisting of candidates for MBA/PGPM admissions at the esteemed participating institutes. In this informative article, we will delve into the comprehensive IBSAT cut-off '23 of various campuses, shedding light on the specific score requirements that aspiring students need to aim for in order to secure admission.
IBSAT is conducted at the national level by the ICFAI for admissions. It is scheduled to be held on the 23rd & 24th of December, and the result will be announced by the first week of the following January. To check your result, you have to log in with your application number and password at the official website. Once ICFAI declares the final results, the IBSAT cutoff is declared. Once the cutoff is declared, the shortlisted candidates are called for Interview rounds conducted by participating institutes. The final selection is based on your IBSAT score, academic records, overall profile, work experience, and performance in GD-PI.
IBSAT Cut-off 2024
IBSAT is one of the most famous exams for management and PhD courses in India. Its cutoff refers to the minimum number of marks required to get selected for the next rounds of the admission process. The cut-offs are different for different campuses. IBS Hyderabad is known to have the highest IBSAT cut-off, followed by that of IBS Mumbai.
Factors determining the IBSAT Cutoff:
The cut-off set by an institute depends upon a set of factors. In the case of IBS, the following variables are considered for IBSAT cut-off:
- Number of candidates' appearing for IBSAT
- Number of candidates' passing the IBSAT exam
- Reservation Policies
- Difficulty level of the question paper
- Number of seats available
- Rankings of the Participating IBS Campuses
IBSAT Cut-off of Participating Institutes
Given below are the cut-offs of different campuses of IBS, as per the previous years' sessions. IBSAT cutoff for the 2024 session is expected in the given range:
Further, the campuses of IBS also accept CAT, GMAT, XAT, and NMAT scores since 2020. The following table shows the respective cut-offs of exams other than IBSAT:
IBS Admission Process
The selection briefings for IBS are given in the month of January, and the process is held in February/ March. The candidates shortlisted as per the entrance test cut-offs have to book their session at any of the IBS campuses. Last year, the admission rounds include a personal interview and a micropresentation. This year also, the similar screening rounds are expected to be held. In the micropresentation round, the candidate is required to speak on a given topic for 6-7 minutes. These topics are based on current events or general debatable issues. Each interview is of 10-15 minutes.
The final selection is determined by the candidate's past academic records and performance in interview rounds. The merit list is released on the official website, and the selected candidates need to confirm their admission by paying the requisite fee.
FAQs about IBSAT
1. Does IBSAT have sectional cut off?
Some of the IBS campuses may have set sectional cut-offs, so you need to pay attention to all sections while preparing for the exam.
2. Which branch of IBS is best for MBA?
Among all campuses, IBS Hyderabad is considered best for MBA. It is the first and oldest of all ICFAI business schools.
3. Which is better, IBS or NMIMS?
IBS and NMIMS are comparable in terms of ranking, reputation, and placement records. While NMIMS accepts NMAT scores only, IBS accepts the scores of other entrance tests too. Further, NMAT cut-off for NMIMS is higher than that of IBS. To sum up, you can opt for either as per your preferences of location, specialisations, fee, facilities, and similar other factors.
4. What is the highest package in IBS Hyderabad?
The highest domestic package at IBS Hyderabad goes around 20+ LPA, while the highest international package is 50+ LPA. IBS Hyderabad is known to bag the most lucrative salary packages, out of all the campuses of ICFAI Business School.
5. How many students get IBS?
There are more than 4500 MBA/PGPM admission seats in all the campuses of IBS. IBS Hyderabad alone admits almost 1100 students in its MBA programme. Similarly, IBS Mumbai has nearly 1030 seats in PGPM programme.