IIM Bengaluru is one of the oldest IIMs set up by the government. IIM Bengaluru is well known for its international exchange programmes and collaborations, which give a distinct flavour to its academic programmes. The IIM Bengaluru cutoff is usually above 90 percentile and this year too, it is expected to be similar. The total number of seats at IIM Bengaluru were 382 as of 2014, which comprises the General Category and Reserved Category students. The IIM Bengaluru cutoff figures for reserved category is relaxed to some extent, but the selection process is rigorous.
IIM Bengaluru has a two-step selection process for MBA admissions. The first phase applies to all those who take the CAT 2013 to determine the candidates to be called for personal interview (PI) and essay writing. The topics typically reflect current political, economic and business affairs, though sports and creative topics may also be included. The interview panel evaluates each candidate on academics, work experience and other traits. The scores of both the written note and the interview, apart from CAT scores, are used cumulatively during the final selection process.
The IIM Bengaluru cutoff is disclosed along with the results. The IIM Bengaluru cutoff is expected to be on the same lines as it was last year.