JBIMS Mumbai was established in 1965 and it is the management department of the University of Maharashtra. The institute offers MMS, M.Sc Finance programs for 2 years duration. The institute also offers a part-time MMM, MFM, MHRM programs in management for working professionals.
Read about JBIMS Mumbai Course & Fees
|Name of the Institute||Jamnalal Bajaj Institute in Management Studies|
|Type of Institute||Autonomous|
|Basic Eligibility Criteria||Graduation|
|Basic Admission Criteria||MAH-CET/CAT/CMAT|
|M.M.S||₹49,980 (1st Year Fees)||Graduation|
|M.Sc||₹3.04 Lakhs (Total Fees)||Graduation|
|M.M.||₹3.5 Lakhs (1st Year Fees)||Graduation|
|MMM||₹49,980 (1st Year Fees)||Graduation|
JBIMS offers admission to full-time courses such as MMS under 5 specializations and M.Sc. in Finance. MMS is equivalent to MBA courses offered by other institutes. The candidates will have to appear for the entrance tests conducted on the state-level by DTE Maharashtra followed by CAP counseling to get admission to the MMS program. Those who wish to get admission to M.Sc. will have to sit for the entrance test, group discussion and personal interview conducted by the institute.
|Mode of Education||Full Time|
MMS: Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks (45% marks candidates of reserved categories and PwD candidates of Maharashtra state) in a relevant subject.
M.Sc Finance: Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject with a minimum of 50% score with mathematics as the main subject at HSC level or first year of degree level.
Admissions to MMS program of JBIMS Mumbai will be granted on the basis of MAH CET/ other National level entrance examination followed by CAP counseling.
Selection to M.Sc Finance will be based on an Entrance Test conducted by JBIMS Mumbai followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview conducted by Institute.
|College||Ranking||Avg Fees/ year|
|University of Delhi, Faculty of Management Studies - [FMS], New Delhi||# 35 by Financial Express||₹96,000|
|SP Jain Institute of Management and Research - [SPJIMR], Mumbai||# 16 by Financial Express||₹15,92,000|
|Indian Institute of Management - [IIM], Lucknow||# 4 by Financial Express||₹9,62,500|
|Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies - [NMIMS Deemed to be University], Mumbai||# 26 by ARIIA (university)||₹3,11,500|
|Management Development Institute - [MDI], Gurgaon||# 6 by TOI||₹9,24,000|
|Indian Institute of Foreign Trade - [IIFT], New Delhi||# 31 by Financial Express||₹7,60,000|
|XLRI - Xavier School of Management - [XLRI XSM], Jamshedpur||# 7 by Financial Express||₹11,80,000|
|Tata Institute of Social Sciences - [TISS], Mumbai||# 6 by ARIIA (university)||₹72,233|
JBIMS has various Part-Time Post-Graduate programmes to offer in the field of Management. The specializations covered under these programmes are:
The admission process to the part-time courses is a 2 step selection process. The process involves the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH-CET) and Group Discussion. Final selection will be done on the basis of Scholastic record, Nature and level of practical experience and performance in the selection process conducted by the institute.
|Course Names||MMM, MFM, MIM, MHRM|
|Selection Criteria||MAH-CET followed by GD|
Eligibility for Part-Time courses is candidate must pass in Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration or Graduation in Industrial Engineering, Mumbai with GATE or Minimum two years of experience (supervisor or executive level). The written test will be MCQ based paper. 1/4th mark will be cut forever wrong answer.
The candidates will be finally selected on the basis of following points:
The institute offers a Ph.D. program in Management Studies at the Doctoral level. Minimum eligibility for Ph.D. is a candidate must have passed a Master’s degree is required field with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university. The selection will be done on the basis of the Entrance examination followed by Interview and Proposal Presentation.
The application form can be filled online through the official website of the Institute.
Submit to complete the application process and take a print out for future reference
Account Name: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies
Bank: Bank of Baroda
Branch: Backbay Reclamation Churchgate Mumbai
Account Type: Saving
Account Number: 03820100000865
Bank IFSC Code: BARB0BACKBA (0 to be read as Zero)
Bank MCIR Code: 400012056
Transfer and Migration Certificate
One set of all documents (Photocopies)
MAH CET/ CMAT/ CAT/ MAT or XAT scorecard
Marksheet of 10th, 12th and Graduation
Passport size photographs
Graduation and College Leaving Certificates
Ques. What are the reservation criteria for M.Sc in Finance and MHRD at JBIMS Mumbai?
Ans. The reserved seats at JBIMS Mumbai are offered to Mumbai domicile only who have valid documents. The percentage reserved for each category is as follows:
Ques. What are the important dates for MHRD admissions 2020?
Ans.Students applying for Master in Human Resource Development (MHRD) must keep in mind these dates:
|Payment of Entrance exam fees||1st July 2020 – 20th July 2020|
|Filling of digital application form||6th July 2020 – 20th July 2020|
|Online aptitude test||27th July 2020|
|Online In-person Assessment||4th, 5th, and 6th August 2020|
|Display of merit list||14th August 2020|
|Tentative Starting of program||Last week of August|
Ques. What exactly do I need to do to get into JBIMS Mumbai?
Ans. To get admission to JBIMS Mumbai, you must score a good score in MH-CET/ CAT/ or CMAT. The minimum score required for admission is as follows:
Check More: JBIMS Mumbai Cut off
Ques. What is Jamnalal Bajaj Mumbai admission consist of?
Ans. The admission procedure of the college consists of:
Ques. What is the syllabus for the written test?
Ans.The written test at Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Mumbai consists of 100 questions (1 mark each). 100 items will include:
Ques. Is there negative marking for the written test conducted by JBIMS Mumbai?
Ans. The written test scores have 0.25 negative marking for wrong answer in the Numerical ability and General and Business environment awareness sections. The other three sections do not have any negative marking.
Ques. On what basis does the college shortlist students for admission?
Ans. The applicants need to clear below-given stages to get an admission at JBIMS Mumbai:
Ques. What are the selection criteria for outside Maharashtra & non-Maharashtrian students at JBIMS? What is the specific weight given to various components?
Ans. There are 70% of seats for Mumbai University Students, who are Maharashtra domicile. 15% is for Non-Mumbai University Students, but Maharashtra domicile. 15% is for Non-Mumbai University Students, non-Maharashtra domicile. The admission process is the same for all. Applicants need to write the written test, based on which they are ranked as per one of the categories as specified above, and seats are then filled as per ranking. This ranking is based on Written & GDPI, or only written, which is specified every year in their notification.
Ques. Whom should I contact for admission related queries?
Ans. You may contact on the given-below contact numbers for admission related queries:
You may also drop an email on Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ques. Can I get direct admission into JBIMS Mumbai?
Ans. Yes, there are some private colleges that give admission based management quota. To get admission through management quota, students must score a good score in entrance exams accepted by the college for admission such as CAT, CMAT, XAT, etc. Some top colleges in Mumbai that gives direct admission to students based on management quota are:
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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