NTPC School of Business (NSB), an extended arm of NTPC, is running an AICTE approved Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) Executive program for working professionals. It has launched PGDM with a specialization in Energy Management from the current academic year with academic support of IIM Ahmedabad (IIMA). Admission is offered in two rounds.
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|Name of the Institute||NTPC School of Business (NSB), Noida|
|Basic Admission Criteria||Entrance Examination|
NTPC School of Business, Noida offers full-time PGDM program in Energy Management for a duration of two years for graduate students and working executives. The institute also offers full-time PGDM Executive for a duration of 15 months.
For PGDM in Energy Management, a candidate must have passed Bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) in BE/B.Tech/B.Sc./B.Com/CA/ICWA etc. or equivalent degree with atleast 50% marks or CGPA from recognized university/institutions. For candidates belonging to SC/ST/Differently abled/Persons with Disabilities category, at least 45% marks is required in the bachelor’s degree. Selection to the program is done on the basis of Admission Score (AS) based on performance in CAT/GMAT/XAT, performance in graduation, experience in energy/power/oil sector and educational background.
The institute also offers Executive PGDM to company-sponsored as well as self-sponsored candidates. Minimum eligibility for PGDM Executive program is a candidate must have passed Class 10, Class 12, Bachelor’s degree/CA/ICWA with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA by a recognized university. Also, working professionals must have a minimum of five years of work experience as on June 30. Selection is done on the basis of CAT/GMAT/XAT score for Self-Sponsored candidates.
|PGDM||Energy Management||Bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) in BE/B.Tech/B.Sc./B.Com/CA/ICWA etc or equivalent degree with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST/DA/PwD) or CGPA from recognized university/institutions.||On the basis of Admission Score (AS) based on performance in CAT/GMAT/XAT, performance in graduation, experience in energy/power/oil sector and educational background followed by Personal Assessment (PA)|
|Executive||Bachelor’s degree/CA/ICWA with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA by a recognized university. Passed Class X and XII with minimum 50% minimum marks.|
Admission to PGDM program depends upon candidates’ minimum score in the entrance test. The minimum desired score is mentioned below:
|Category||CAT Score||XAT Score||GMAT Score|
|Class 10th Marks||Points||Class 12th Marks||Points||Graduation Marks||Points|
|≥ 90||6||≥ 90||8||≥ 90||14|
|≥80 and <90||5||≥80 and <90||7||≥80 and <90||12|
|≥75 and <80||4||≥75 and <80||6||≥75 and <80||10|
|≥70 and <75||3||≥70 and <75||4||≥70 and <75||8|
|≥65 and <70||2||≥65 and <70||3||≥65 and <70||6|
|≥60 and <65||1||≥60 and <65||2||≥60 and <65||4|
If any student who has done graduation from any of the listed courses then he/she will get 6 points as Academic Diversity Factor Points. Here is the list of courses: BA, BA(H), B.Sc, B.Sc.(H), BS, B.Com, B.Com(H), BCA, BBA, B.Pharma, LL.B, MBBS, BDS or any other Non-Engineering subject areas at the Bachelor’s level.
Shortlisting of candidates for the Personal Interview will be done on the composite score which will be done on the basis of Score in Entrance Test, Academic Performance, Academic Diversity Factor and Gender Diversity Factor. We have provided the detailed evaulation of various factors above. Here we are providing you the final shortlisting weightages given for the shortlisting of candidate for the interview.
|CAT/XAT/GMAT Score||60||(Candidate Total Percentile/Maximum Percentile)*60|
|Class 10th Points||6||Given Above|
|Class 12th Points||8|
|Gender Diversity||6||If Candidate is Girl then 6 points will be given|
On the above given criteria a candidate will be awarded out of 100 marks for the final selection of Interview. Candidates who have scored more than the institute set marks will be called for the Interview. After that candidates have to appear for the interview and they will be evaluated as per the stage 2 process.
Candidate will be evaluated based on the work experience and personal interview for the final Selection.
Below are the tables for the point evaluation based on work experience:
Only Managerial work will be considered. Training/Project work will not be considered as experience.
A candidate will be evaluated in the personal interview and he will be given maximum of 35 marks which will be used in final evaluation process for the seletion for the admission of course.
As said above Final Selection will be based on Work Experience, Personal Assessment and the Shortlisting criteria of stage 1. Here is the table depicting the final marks evaluation:
|Shortlisting Criteria in Stage 1||60|
The institute offers an online mode of application to the candidates for both the courses.
Steps to Apply:
|Last Date for Applying||22 Feb, 2020|
|NSB Admission Test||29 Feb, 2020|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College