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NIT Calicut

NIT Calicut's response to our RTI –

What were the various parameters considered and their respective percent weightages for shortlisting candidates for PI-WAT round for admission into MBA programme Batch of 2018 – 2020?

NITC did not conduct a PI-WAT round for admission to MBA.

 


What were the various parameters considered and their respective percent weightages for releasing final admission list for admission into MBA programme Batch of 2018 – 2020?

Various parameters considered and their respective percent weightages.

Criteria CAT Exp. Degree % +2 10th GD PI PG/ Diploma Total Marks
Weight in Marks 50 20 25 10 10 50 50 5 220

 


What was the lowest CAT percentile of a student who was offered an admission into MBA programme (Batch of 2018 – 2020) in General, NC-OBC, SC, ST, PWD (Person with Disability) & Kashmiri Migrant Quota?

Category wise lowest CAT percentile of admitted students for MBA batch 2018-20 are given in the table below:

Category

Minimum of CAT Overall Percentile

General

35

OBC

31.59

SC

31.59

ST

31.59

 


What was the average salary for the recently graduated MBA batch (2016-2018) from your institute?

Rs. 6 Lakh

 


How many students of your recently graduated MBA batch 2016-2018 remain unplaced till 31st March, 2018?

18 out of 36

 


What was the highest domestic and international salary offered to students of your MBA batch (2016-2018) from your institute?

Rs. 9.5 Lakh

 


What was the lowest salary offered to students of your MBA batch (2016-2018) from your institute?

Rs. 4 Lakh


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