The International Management Institute (IMI) has announced admissions to its MBA programme at its Delhi, Kolkata and Bhubaneswar campuses. IMI, sponsored by RPG Enterprises and established in 1981, was launched in collaboration with the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Geneva. Apart from the general PGDM program, the institute offers PGDM (HRM) and PGDM (B&FS).
For admissions, the candidates are shortlisted on CAT/GMAT scores, performance in graduation, and XIIth and Xth exams. These candidates then appear for a psychometric test, essay writing test, group discussion, extempore and interview. For final admissions, all the above-mentioned factors are considered.
The cut-off figures for CAT/GMAT is decided on the basis of the candidates' number and performance, apart from its internal benchmarks. It is a must to clear the cut-off before one gets a chance to appear in the second round. The competition after clearing the IMI Delhi cut-off is expected to be stiff as there is going to be a competition among equals. The IMI Delhi cutoff figures are declared once the CAT results are announced. The cut-off does change from year to year, but there are no major variations. We can expect the cut offs to be similar to last year's. It is better not to be complacent in the second phase as one needs to do well to get a seat. For CAT 2021, the percentile cut-offs for various courses were:
PGDM (Banking & Financial services): 85-88