IBSAT is conducted at national level by The ICFAI for MBA/PGPM admissions at nine IBSAT participating institutes. The IBSAT cutoff decides the minimum number of marks required for getting selected for next rounds of admission process. IBSAT is one of the most famous exams for management and PhD courses in India. The selection process starts after the release of IBSAT cutoffs. Based on IBSAT cut-off, candidates are called for the GD and PI round. The final selection is based on the IBSAT score, your academic records, your overall profile and work experience in months, etc.
Once the final results are declared by ICFAI, the IBSAT cutoff is announced. IBSAT is conducted in the last week of December and the result is announced in the last week of December or the first week of January next year. You can check your result with your application number and password for IBSAT 2018. Once the IBSAT cutoff is declared, the shortlisted candidates are called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds conducted by participating institutes. Merit and IBSAT cutoff decides the final list of admissions.
Tentative IBSAT Cutoffs:
Factors determining the IBSAT Cutoff:
- 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
List of colleges that announce IBSAT Cutoff:
Once the participating institutes of IBSAT declare the IBSAT cutoff for the current year, it is available on the respective official websites of following IBSAT participating institutes.
- IBS Ahmedabad
- IBS Bengaluru
- IBS Dehradun
- IBS Gurgaon
- IBS Hyderabad
- IBS Jaipur
- IBS Kolkata
- IBS Mumbai
- IBS Pune