VESIM Begins Admission Process for PGDM Programme

VESIM Begins Admission Process for PGDM Programme
Divyosha Banda | Mar 26, 2020 - 2:12 p.m. IST
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VESIM has announced admission to its two-year full-time PGDM program. For academic institutions, their soul is its students. The Institute strives to create socially responsible business leaders by offering world-class faculty, an interactive and experiential teaching methodology, best infrastructure, transformative pedagogic practices and a growing distinguished alumni network of professionals who are equipped to lead their business or organization in the future. Continue reading to know about the application process, eligibility criteria, application fees and aode of application, selection procedure, programmes offered and fee and contact details.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Graduation with minimum 50% marks

  • Final year graduating students can also apply but, admissions will be withheld till they qualify with 50% marks

  • Valid CAT/XAT/MAT/MH-CET/CMAT/GMAT/ATMA score

  • Personal Interview + Written Ability Test

Application Fees and Mode of Application:

Mode of Application

Application Fees

Online/Offline

Rs. 1500 (including GST)


Selection Procedure:

  • Students can start filling the application form online.

  • Applicants will receive an email/Sms on GD-PI schedule

  • Declaration of Final Selection List- Final selection list is prepared taking into account the candidates:

    • Past academic performance

    • Entrance test scores (CAT /XAT /MAT/ MH-CET/ CMAT/ GMAT/ ATMA)

    • Performance in Personal Interview and Group discussion

    • Work Experience (if applicable)

    • Other parameters, wherever applicable, according to the weightages table

Programmes offered and Fees:

Programme

Programme Fee (Full Programme)

PGDM

INR 6,79,500


Contact Us (Admission Team Contact Number):

Hashu Advani Memorial Complex, 495/497, Collector’s Colony, Chembur, Mumbai: 400074

1800 266 9010, 022-67893000, 022-25537110

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