IRMA Selection Process 2023: Cutoff, Merit List

In order to choose candidates for IRMA 2023, either merit-based calls or profile-cum-merit calls will be used. Candidates that meet the minimum eligibility requirements will be contacted to participate in the IRMA 2023 selection process. A final merit list will be created based on the performance of each candidate overall.
Selection Process - Indian Nationals
Stage I: Short-listing based on CAT/XAT/CMAT Scores
The shortlisting of candidates will be determined by their CAT 2022, XAT 2023, and CMAT 2022 results.
The shortlist result will be communicated to students through email or SMS to their registered mobile number and email address.
Stage II: Interview Process
A personal interview and the Online Written Ability Test (OWAT) make up stage two of the IRMA admissions procedure (PI).
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the next level of selection, where they will be required to take an online written ability test (OWAT). The candidate will have to write between 200–300 words on a predetermined subject. It is intended to assess both a candidate's written communication abilities and aptitude for rural work.
Personal Interview (PI): Candidates will be evaluated on their managerial capabilities, communication skills, and fit for the Institute's programme before being shortlisted for interviews with IRMA professors. The candidate's approach toward rural management is particularly significant because the PGDM (RM) serves a very specific customer, namely organisations that support broad-based rural development in India.
Both an offline and online mode will be used to conduct the personal interview. The candidate will be given the choice of personal interview style.
The following centres will host offline personal interviews.
  1. Anand
  2. Bangalore
  3. Delhi
  4. Guwahati
  5. Kolkata
  6. Pune
* IRMA reserves the right to change and/or cancel any Personal Interview centre.
Final Selection:
The following criteria will be used for the final selection of candidates:
  • CAT 2022 / XAT 2023 / CMAT 2022 Percentiles (35%)
  • Personal Interviews (PI) (35%)
  • Written Ability Test (5%)
  • Academic performance (5%)
  • (10th Std.: 1.5%, 12th Std.: 1.5% and Graduation: 2%)      
  • Gender Diversity (3.5%) 
  • (Female and Transgender: 3.5%, Male: 0)
  • Regional Diversity (5%)
  • If a candidate can provide valid proof of having passed their 10th Std/ 12th Std from a school located in an aspirational district, they will get 2 marks in their final score.
  • North Eastern State residents will receive 3 marks provided they submit a valid domicile certificate.
  • Sports Diversity (1.5%)
  • A candidate with a government certificate of their participation in sports at different levels will receive marks corresponding to the level of participation.
  • Academic Diversity (2%)
  • Candidates from any discipline other than Engineering discipline will get the benefit of Academic Diversity.
  • Academic Pedigree (3%)
  • The institutions/universities will be decided based on government rankings – NIRF 2022 Ranking (Engineering, Dental, Pharmacy, Law, Medicine, Architecture and other Colleges) and ICAR ranking 2020 for Agricultural Universities
  • Work Experience (5%)
Selection Process for NRI Candidate:
The selection process for NRI candidates is as follows: 
For the PGDM (RM) 2023–25 programme, candidates will be shortlisted for an online personal interview (OPI) based on their GMAT (taken on or after January 2018) test scores as well as those from the CAT, XAT, and CMAT exams.
The Personal Interview (PI) is expected to be conducted by the third week of march.
The final decision will be made through the GMAT (taken on or after January 2018), the CAT2022, the XAT2023, the CMAT2022, and the PI scores. The GMAT (taken on or after January 2018)/CAT2022/XAT2023/CMAT 2022 exam scores, as well as the PI scores, will be decreased to the equivalent of 60 and 40 points, respectively. Based on the total scores earned out of these 100 marks, a final merit list will be created.
IRMA Cutoff 2023 – Expected
IRMA cut-off has not been released yet. It will be uploaded here soon after its announcement on the official site. You can have a look at the expected IRMA cut-off given below meanwhile as per the previous year's cutoff scores.
Category
Expected Cutoff Percentiles for CAT 2022/XAT 2023 scores
General
Above 80 %ile for Profile-cum-merit based Calls
Above 85 %ile for Merit-based Calls
OBC (NC)
70+%ile
SC
60+%ile
ST
50+ %ile
DAP
50+%ile
Sponsored
50+%ile
IRMA Expected Final Merit List 2023
The Courts of Anand shall have jurisdiction over the entire admission procedure at IRMA. The following criteria will be taken into account when creating the IRMA 2023 final merit list:
Expected weighting for the final merit list for IRMA 2023:
Particulars
Weight age (in percentages)
CAT 2022 or XAT 2023 Score
35
IRMA 2023
10
Personal Interview (PI) Score
30
Academic Performance
5
Diversity
5
Profile
15
Total
100
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