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Published : Tuesday, 10 November, 2015 3:26 PM
Changes in the Selection Process for PGDM and PGDM-IB Courses at
FORE School of Management, New Delhi
FORE School of Management, New Delhi, a premier B-School has started accepting online applications for its “Silver-Jubilee” batch of PGDM and 10th batch for PGDM-IB from September 23, 2015.
This year, a few changes have been introduced. For starters, FORE shall accept CAT-2015, XAT-2016 and GMAT scores (the score should be of a date on or after January 1, 2014) for admission to the PGDM and PGDM-IB courses.
FORE has also decided to do away with Group Discussion from the selection process from this year i.e. the Batch joining in year 2016. Selection will have a separate component on General Awareness and carry a weight of 5% in the selection. The Personal Interview will be in-depth and the weight increased from the present 15% to 20%. The weight for Written Ability Test (WAT) shall remain unchanged. The other components of the selection process will be CAT/XAT/GMAT score, academic performance and work experience.
To promote diversity, a weight of 5%, over and above the selection criteria mentioned above, is earmarked for applicants from Jammu & Kashmir, the North Eastern States (namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim) and the states of Southern India (namely Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telengana).
The complete break-up of component-wise weight for selection is given below :
|1||CAT/XAT Percentile/ GMAT Score||40%||40%|
|3||Written Ability Test||10%||10%|
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