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Monday, October 12, 2009

Mudra Institute Of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) Admissions for PGDM(C) , PG Diploma Programmes Admissions

PGDM (C) - Getting Through
Admissions to Post Graduate Programme in Communications Management (PGPCM) leading to Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Communications) - (PGDM-C) 2010 - 2012
Please go to any of the following links for more information on the admission procedure for the year 2010-2012.
Click here to download eBrochure.
For more details CLICK HERE
You can also purchase application and prospectus from select branches of IMS Learning Resources and Career Launcher, besides the MICA Admissions office. Application fee is Rs. 1500/-. Please click here for the list of Centres where application forms are available.
Eligibility
Admissions to the PGDM (C) programme requires a Bachelor's degree (in keeping with the 10 + 2 + 3 (4) system) with minimum 50% marks or an equivalent qualification in any discipline recognised by the Association of Indian Universities. Candidates appearing for the final examination towards a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) are also eligible to apply.
Students with demonstrable aptitude for expressing, assessing or conceiving ideas that move people to action and achieve business results, will stand better chances of being shortlisted.
The selection process for the PGDM (C) involves three steps:
I)CAT / GMAT
Candidates have to apply on the basis of CAT 2009 or GMAT (Score of 31 December 2007 or later).
Indian students can also apply with GMAT scores.
GMAT score of 600+ can also be considered in lieu of CAT. (However shortlisting will be conducted depending on the number of applications).
The CAT cut-off percentile for the 2009-2011 : 90 percentile and above overall with sectional cut off of 50 percentile and above in DI & QT. For verbal comprehension, sectional cut off was 60 percentile and above.
II)MICA Admissions Test (MICAT)
Candidates shortlisted from CAT/GMAT will be invited to appear for the MICAT, which will be conducted in Feburary / March at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, and Mumbai. The MICAT is designed to assess analytical and divergent thinking, written communication skills and familarity with the Indian ethos.
Note: The Institute reserves the right to change any MICAT Centre without assigning any reason.
MICAT Sample paper.
III)Group Exercise (GE) and Personal Interview (PI)
Candidates shortlisted on the basis of MICAT will be invited for Group Excercise and Personal Interview later in March / April 2010.
Admission Announcement and Issue of Forms September, 2009
Last Date for Issue of Application Forms January 27, 2010
Last Date for receipt of completed Application Forms January 27, 2010
Issue of MICAT Call Letters February, 2010
MICAT February / March, 2010
GE & PI March / April, 2010
Declaration of Results April, 2010
Orientation & Preparatory Programme June, 2010
Session begins June Last week, 2010

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