Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee follows a three-stage process to select candidates for its MBA program. The Department of Management Studies (DoMS), IIT Roorkee uses the CAT score to make a first-round selection process.
- The institute conducts its own GD and Personal Interview rounds under admission process to its MBA program.
- Candidates qualifying CAT Cut Off, are called for the following rounds as part of the admission process to judge and decide the candidates’ overall eligibility to the course: Written Analysis, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview.
- The cut-off marks for IIT Roorkee MBA program is based on the CAT percentile score, but the final admission is determined by the following: CAT Score, Academic Performance, GD and PI score, and Professional Experience.
- IIT Roorkee MBA cut off is decided by the IIT Roorkee admission committee separately for each year. This year too, it is expected to be around the same figures as the last few years. It is usually around 95+.
- There are various factors which are considered for final weightage: CAT Percentile - 65%; Group Discussion - 10%; Interview - 20%; Work Experience - 5%
CAT 2019 will be conducted on November 24 (Sunday) in online (computer based) mode. Interested candidates can submit their applications on the official website of CAT till the last date of CAT Application Form submission, i.e., September 20, 2019.
IIT Roorkee CAT Cut Off
The Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee decides the cut off for entrance to its MBA program. The cut-off score is decided to screen the first round of candidates who will then proceed to the group discussion and personal interview rounds. The minimum qualifying percentile score to be eligible for admissions in IIT Roorkee is 94 percentile.
IIT Roorkee CAT Cut Off for the year 2018 is given in the table below. Candidates can follow this table to get a better idea of what they can expect the cut off to be this year.
|Category||CAT Cut off Score Percentile|
|OBC (Other Backward Classes)||90+|
|SC (Scheduled Castes)||82+|
|ST (Scheduled Tribes)||74+|
|PwD (Persons with Disability)||71+|
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Selection Criteria for IIT Roorkee MBA
IIT Roorkee MBA Eligibility Criteria
IIT Roorkee has laid down specific eligibility criteria for the candidates seeking admission to its MBA program. To be eligible for the program;
- Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline of Engineering or Technology with first class or its equivalent grades.
- Candidates can also have a master’s degree with the first class or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized institution/ university.
- Final year students who are expecting their results or are due to appear for their final exam are also eligible to apply for.
Such candidates will be admitted provisionally only when they complete all requirements for the qualifying degree with minimum percentage and CGPA or its equivalent by the specified date.
Furthermore, candidates need to have a minimum qualifying mark to be eligible for the IIT Roorkee MBA program.
- General or OBC category candidates must have obtained at least 60% marks or CGPA of 6.00 on a 10-point scale at qualifying degree level.
- Reserved category candidates, the percentage of marks is 55% or 5.50 CGPA on a 10-point scale.
The percentage will be considered based on the aggregate marks or CGPA received by the candidate in the qualifying degree exam.
IIT Roorkee MBA Selection Process
In the first round, candidates will be selected based on their performance in CAT 2019. The cut off determined by the Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee will be final in shortlisting the first round of candidates.
The final merit list for admission in the MBA program will be based on their aggregate performance in the CAT exam followed by Group Discussion, Interview, and their Work Experience as per the weightage for each criterion are given below:
- CAT Percentile - 65%
- Group discussions - 10%
- Interview - 20%
- Work Experience - 5%
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Conditions for Categories
- Candidates who belong to OBC category are required to submit a photocopy of the category certificate only in the format available on the website.
- OBC Non-creamy layer certificate should have been issued after 31.03.2018 by a competent authority.
- Candidates belonging to SC/ST/PD must submit the requisite certificate from a competent authority as given in Annexure-1 on prescribed format by Govt. of India at the time of Interview/GD.
- The photocopies of the same are to be sent along with the Completed Application Form.
- Final year students of relevant undergraduate programs who are eiligible can also apply.
- They need to submit a certificate as per the Performa given in Annexure-2A & 2B at the time of Interview/GD.
- If the marks of the final exam are unavailable at the time of GD/PI due to delay in announcement of results, then the candidates might be allowed to appear in GD/PI rounds. This will be done based on their aggregate results to a pre-final year in which percentage should not be lesser than as specified above under essential requirements.
- However, they will be required to submit the proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the required percentage or CGPA latest by September 30, 2017.
- Full-Time Sponsored Candidates-Candidates must have a minimum of two years of full-time work experience in a responsible capacity in a Registered Firm/Company/Industry/Educational and Research Institution/Govt./Quasi Govt./Autonomous Organization in the relevant field in which they are seeking admission.
- The Firm/Company/Industry shall either be a public sector undertaking or a public limited company registered in a stock exchange or a private concern whose annual turnover during the past two years exceeds Rs. 5 crores.
- AICTE should recognize the Educational Institution. The candidate shall submit a duly filled up Annexure-3 by the sponsoring institution.
CAT Cut Off
The exam conducting body doesn’t declare CAT cut off. Admissions to the Institute are based on the qualifying percentile set by the Institute to shortlist the candidates. Usually, the admission in IIMs and IITs close at a very high percentile.
CAT Cut off is based on a few common factors. These common factors are taken into account while deciding the common CAT qualifying cut off percentile. These are mentioned below:
- Level of difficulty of CAT exam
- Total number of candidates appeared for CAT
- Total marks scored by all the candidates in the exam
- Availability of seats in the various institutions
The cut-off scores for the top B-schools in the year 2018 is given below. Candidates can follow this table to get a clearer picture of the expected cut off scores for the coming session-
|B-Schools||CAT Cut off in Percentile|
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