IIM Raipur Admission Criteria 2021-2023

IIM Raipur has been set-up by the Government of India, Ministry of HRD in 2010. The institute offers a wide range of courses in the field of management. IIM Raipur’s Post Graduate Program in Management is the full-time residential course for the management aspirants. IIM Raipur’s admission criterion for the program follows a two-stage process –shortlisting candidates for Personal Appearance (PA) and final selection. IIM Raipur is a part of Common Admission Process for IIMs.
Here is the admission criterion for IIM Raipur’s PGP 2021-2023:
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Stage I: Shortlisting Candidates for Personal Appearance (PA)
Shortlisting candidates for Personal Appearance consist of Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI). Shortlisting for WAT & PI is based on their percentile in CAT 2020. CAT 2020 will consist of three sections, namely, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR), Quantitative Aptitude (QA) and Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VARC). Shortlisted candidates meet the minimum cut-off eligibility required in all of the three sections and overall percentile. The right to increase or decrease of percentile is reserved by IIM Raipur to attain several candidates for PA for each category. 
The following table displays *Tentative Minimum Cut-off of CAT 2020 Percentile for each category
Category
Quantitative Aptitude (QA)
Data interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR)
Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC)
Overall
General
80
80
80
94
EWS
60
60
60
75
NC-OBC
60
60
60
75
SC
45
45
45
55
ST
30
30
30
40
DAP
30
30
30
40
*This is the Tentative CAT 2020 Cut-off, for more information visit IIM Raipur Official Website
Stage II: Final Selection
The final composite score is calculated based on three parameters, namely, CAT score (35%), PA (35%), and Profile (30%). The following table provides a detail of weightage in each parameter.
Weightage of Parameters
Category
CAT Score
Personal Appearance
Profile
Total
WAT
PI
Academic Profile
Gender Diversity
Academic Diversity
Work experience
Weightage
35
10
25
10
8
4
8
100
Weightage of Academic profile based on marks (In Percentage) obtained by the candidates in 10+2 and Graduation are explained in the following table.
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Weightage for 10+2 and Graduation
Range of Aggregate Percentage (%)
*12th class
Graduation
<=50
0
0
50.01 to 60
1
1
60.01 to 70
2
2
70.01 to 80
3
3
80.01 to 90
4
4
>90.01
5
5
*Note: percentage to be calculated for all the subjects that appears in the mark sheet irrespective of method of calculation by respective board/institutes/universities
Gender Diversity at IIM Raipur aims at ensuring a balance between genders. To achieve this goal, IIM Raipur awards eight (8) marks to female candidates. Similarly, non-engineering graduates are provided with four (4) marks to promote academic diversity.
The following table displays the distribution of weightage in relation to work experience.
Weightage of Work Experience
Months*
6 or Less
7-12
13-18
19-24
25-36
37-42
43-48
49 or More
Score
0
2
4
6
8
6
4
0
* Only relevant work experience after graduation in terms of completed months will be considered. Candidate should ensure that the work experience claimed by the candidate is authentic and professionally significant enough to deserve credit. For instance, no consideration is given to any time spent as an intern, either during or after the course of study in a programme, or any periods of apprenticeship such as articleship required as part of certain professional courses, or any unpaid work undertaken in any organization or institution.
The work experience will be verified based on the relevant documents (including experience certificate, appointment or reliving letter, first and last month pay slips, bank statement etc), which needs to be mandatorily produced by the candidate at the time of PA and subsequent admission related process. Note that the work experience certificate should be furnished on a letterhead of the employer organisation, should carry a seal of the employer, and be duly affirmed by the authorized signatory.
Upon verification, if it is found that some or all of the claims made by the candidate are factually untrue, the candidate may be disqualified from being considered for admission to IIM Raipur. After a candidate joins the PGP at IIM Raipur, if it comes to the institute notice reliably that the candidate had made claims that cannot be substantiated as factual and correct, the candidate is liable to be expelled from the programme forthwith. In the event of such expulsion, the candidate will forfeit any fees paid until such expulsion.
Important Note: IIM Raipur reserves the rights to change, modify and adopt new admission policy and process to comply with Government/Judicial requirements or as it deems necessary.
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