...percentile cut-offs in CAT is given below QA GEN SC/ST Stage2 In stage 2, an index score is computed with 50% weight for the overall CAT score, 20% weight for academic performance in secondary school, 20% weight for higher secondary school and 10% weight for the Work Experience of the candidate. The academic performance is taken as the percentage of marks reported by the candidates and is standardized across the board using the data available with IIMK for four years including the current year. In each category, the top ranking candidates based on this index score are called for further process. The following was the criteria used for final selection of candidate to PGP 2010-12 batch. Index score obtained in stage 2 of short listing for GD/PI - 50% Group discussion and social skills - 15% Personal interview - 25% Writing task (Essay) - 10% IIM Ahmedabad The selection of candidates for admission to the 2011-13 batch of the PGP at IIM Ahmedabad is a two-step process. In the first step, candidates are short-listed for personal interviews from among candidates who have a valid CAT/GMAT score who have applied for the programme and who satisfy the eligibility criteria for the programme. A non-overseas candidate who applies with a CAT score is required to perform well in all three sections in CAT to be considered for short-listing. An overseas category candidate who applies with a GMAT score instead of a CAT score should have scored at least 45 in the quantitative and verbal......
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...Schedule of activities for MAH-MBA/MMS-CET, GD, PI and Centralized Admission Process of MBA/MMS/PGDBM/PGDM for the year 2011-12 Sr. No. Activity Schedule First Date Last Date 1. Sale of the Information Brochure at select post offices 27-01-2011 08-02-2011 2. Online submission of the “CET Application Form” through computer connected to Internet on the web site www.dte.org.in/mba for Maharashtra State /OMS/J&K candidates and receipt of the Hall Ticket for the MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2011. Note: Candidates who have appeared for the CAT2010 and aspiring to claim admission against the All India seats are also required to submit the online CET application form. 27-01-2011 09-02-2011 Up to 5:00p.m. 3. Date and timing of the MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2011 27-02-2011 (2.00 p.m.) 4. Declaration of the results of the MAH-MBA/MMSCET 2011 on the website www.dte.org.in/mba 11-04-2011 at 5.00 p.m. 5. Registration for the Group Discussions(GD) and Personal Interviews(PI) and receipt of call letter 19-04-2011 30-04-2011 Up to 5:00p.m. 6. Conduct of GD and PI at select centers 10-05-2011 31-05-2011 7. Submission of the Work Experience Certificate (In Proforma-G) at SIMSREE, Mumbai only by Registered Post. 10-05-2011 21-05-2011 Up to 5:00p.m. 8. Document verification, updation and confirmation of Application Form for Admission at ARC for Maharashtra State/OMS/J&K candidates. 10-05-2011 31-05-2011 9. Display of the provisional merit lists (Maharashtra State, All......
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...such as unlike the usual GD-PI, NM Mumbai conducts CD(case discussion) while SIIB had a GE( Group Exercise). Since, it’s a combined process for Chennai and Gurgaon campus I will like to list out my perspective on the same. 1. Creating an url or uploading an online list of the candidates who are selected for the GD-PI round where once a candidate looks up his/her name, they can download the call letters which according to the current process an e-mail is sent individually to candidates and generally lands in the spam folder (happened with many) which creates a lot of confusion and since I have experienced this personally and saw many fellow mates on Pagalguy face logistics/travel issue for the same. 2. The above also happens during the final result declaration day where again people face hara-kiri that why I have not been selected and than an hour letter say the result was in spam folder. This confusion can be avoided and as already GLIM has a good name with the way admissions have been conducted in past and prompt result declaration, I believe this small step will go further in upholding the Brand “Great Lakes” 3. Also I would suggest the time gap between the date the list of GD-PI candidates are released and the day interviews takes place to be a bit more than 3-4 days as since there are chance when a candidate does not get his 1st preference centre he/she can plan the travel. E.g. Due the spam folder goof up I saw the call letter for GD-PI on Wednesday and had to......
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...Migrant Candidates Admissions to Foreign National/ Foreign Students / Persons of Indian Origin / Children of Indian workers in the Gulf Countries Reporting at the Institute Seats remaining vacant after offering admissions through CAP Fees Fees concession/reimbursement Refund of Tuition, Development and other fees Age limit v Page No. 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 9 11 11 14 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 20 20 20 21 24 24 25 25 26 26 26 27 27 MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2009 11.0 12.0 Proforma Annexure-I Annexure-II Annexure-III Annexure-IV Annexure-V Annexure-VI Annexure-VII Annexure-VIII Annexure-IX Miscellaneous Conduct and Discipline A-I Procedure for CET, GD&PI, Centralized Admission Process (CAP) Documents required during the Admission Process Guidelines for the Admission Process to be carried out by the Institutes Details of CET, GD, PI, Distribution of total marks, Proforma for Undertaking List of the Application form receipt centers (ARC) cum Facilitation Centers Schedule of activities for MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2010 Institute Information Common Entrance Test (CET) Sample Answer sheet (Filled up) & Blank Answer sheet (Side – 1 only) 27 28 30-37 38-47 48-52 53-54 55-56 57-59 Back side of cover page 60-166 167-180 181-182 MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2009 vi GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA Rules for admission to AICTE recognized first year of two year full time Post Graduate Degree courses in Management namely Master of Business Administration (MBA) / Master of Management Studies (MMS)/ Post......
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...with the signed offer form, to the CD, where the student is Signed Out of the process. 7. In case a company opens a new profile, MR3 informs the VC. MR1 and MR2 ask for 30-40 minutes for all applications to be collated. Post 30 minutes, MR3 goes to the CD, and collects n+5 copies of the list of applicants. • 2 copies are given at the Infra Desk (Nalanda Syndicate Room), and the CVs are collected from there. • 1 copy is given to the VC, 1 to MR1, 1 to MR2, and n copies to the company. 8. For all shortlists given by the company – GD / PI / Extended – the MR team has to follow step 5. General Guidelines 1. Explain the policy contents to the company before the process begins. The three main things to be highlighted are: • List offer • Spot offer • The 20 minutes and maximum 8 persons / GD rule Post 18 minutes in every GD, politely knock, interrupt, and request them to conclude. 2. Be very well-read about the company, and about MDI, especially the faculty part. This will help a lot while stalling. 3. In case students are not coming, push the VC. Keep nagging them. In case students fail to turn up even then, call the JPC member at the venue. At no time is any MR supposed to go to the mess/any other venue to fetch students. 4. In case of any problem/doubt, call the JPC member at the venue. 5. In case you get any hint that a company representative may be......
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...5 common Personal Interview (PI) questions for distance MBA graduates Nowadays, as the demand for MBA graduates through the distance learning mode has increased, many working professionals seek to upgrade their academic qualifications for a better career. Every year, lakhs of students and professionals apply for MBA programs at top business schools in the country. However, with limited seats, there is tough competition to get an entry into one of the top institutions. For this purpose, management entrance exams are conducted to filter out candidates at a primary level. After clearing the entrance exam, a candidate has to pass through the rounds of Group Discussion (GD) followed by Personal Interview (PI). An aspirant successfully clearing all the three rounds is eligible for admission to distance MBA programs at top B-Schools. Personal Interview is a generic interview. Here, the interviewer seeks to test the confidence, communication and presentation skills of the candidate. A number of students get eliminated at this level due to inability to produce impressive answers. There are some typical questions that are asked in the PI rounds of various colleges. Here are a few. Tell us something about yourself. This is the most common interview question not only asked in PI interviews forpart time MBA professionals, but in several other interviews. Here, the interviewer intends to assess your presentation and how you pitch yourself in front of others. Communication is, ofcourse,...
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...block diagram of a feedback control system. 12 Yu = change in Y due to U Yd = change in Y due to D Chapter 11 Gc = controller transfer function Gv = transfer function for final control element (including KIP, if required) Gp = process transfer function Gd = disturbance transfer function Gm = transfer function for measuring element and transmitter Km = steady-state gain for Gm 13 Block Diagram Reduction Chapter 11 In deriving closed-loop transfer functions, it is often convenient to combine several blocks into a single block. For example, consider the three blocks in series in Fig. 11.10. The block diagram indicates the following relations: X1 = G1U X 2 = G2 X1 (11-11) X 3 = G3 X 2 By successive substitution, X 3 = G3G2G1U (11-12) X 3 = GU (11-13) or where G G3G2G1. 14 Chapter 11 Figure 11.10 Three blocks in series. Figure 11.11 Equivalent block diagram. 15 Set-Point Changes Chapter 11 Next we derive the closed-loop transfer function for set-point changes. The closed-loop system behavior for set-point changes is also referred to as the servomechanism (servo) problem in the control literature. Y = Yd + Yu (11-14) Yd = Gd D = 0 (because D = 0) (11-15) Yu = G pU (11-16) Y = G pU (11-17) Combining gives 16 Figure 11.8 also indicates the following input/output relations for the individual blocks: (11-18) P = Gc E Chapter 11 U = Gv......
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...ideas, and encourages creativity and independent thinking, even as it facilitates faculty to engage in research that combines both rigor and relevance; the staff to cultivate empathy toward students, and for all to develop the twin qualities of a life-long yearning for learning and a compassionate and caring attitude towards fellow human beings. Admission Process: In accordance with All India Council of Technical Education's (AICTE) directive issued on 1st November, 2003, admissions to our two - year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM-Marketing & PGDM Finance) approved by AICTE, will now be made through All management entrances examination. All applicants will be called for GD and PI at the Institute. Selection will be made based on cumulative performance in written test, GD, PI, Previous academic record, work experience and outstanding achievements (co-curricular and extra curricular) No. of Seats120 Course Fee: As decided by Shikshan Shulk Samiti for respective academic year. Courses at AIMSR: Post Graduate Diploma in Management: 1. Eligibility: Graduate from a recognized university 50% in Graduation Appeared in any Management Entrance Examination. Minimum 50% in the above mentioned Entrance Examination. Course Curriculum: Semester 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Marketing Management Business communication Human Resource Management Operations Management Quantitative techniques of business Financial accounting Managerial Economics Business Environment......
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...with your Name and IMT Application ID. 4) I have been offered a certain course/campus. Can I switch/upgrade to some other course/campus? Answer: - IMT Ghaziabad PGDM-DCP: - Switching/upgrading to another course in any campus is NOT POSSIBLE. - IMT Ghaziabad PGDM-Finance/Marketing/FT: - Switching/upgrading between any of these 3 courses is theoretically possible, but your preference will be considered only after the entire waitlist has been exhausted. So from our experience chances are MINIMAL. - IMT Dubai/Nagpur/Hyderabad: - Switching/upgrading between campuses is NOT POSSIBLE. 8) What parameters are considered for giving final offers? Answer: CAT/XAT/GMAT/CMAT scores are only considered for GD-PI selection. For the Final Offers, every GD-PI candidate has been evaluated based on her/his: - GD-PI Performance - Academic & Non-academic Profile - Application form details 9) When will the waitlist move? Answer: After the due date of the second installment of the Admission Fees on 7th May 2014, there will be Waitlist movement within a few days time. This movement will be based on withdrawal of candidature or non-payment of Admission Fees within the due date. As per such movement, further provisional offers will be made to waitlisted candidates through emails. 10) Clarification on course preferences: Preference of courses is an added advantage given to candidates. It is not binding and mandatory on the Institute. The Institute reserves the right to allot courses to candidates based......
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...in this format use the exponent key "EEX". To do this enter the mantissa (the non exponent part) then press "EEX" or type"e" and then enter the exponent.
The Factorial function is used by clicking the "!" button or type "!".
PI is a mathematical constant of the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter.
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...family or household use and is bought with the intension of satisfying personal needs. - It can be further classified as a convenience product as they are bought with a minimum thought and effort. Product Line BRITANNIA GD CHOCONUT BRITANNIA GOOD DAY BUTTER BRITANNIA GOOD DAY CASHEW BRITANNIA GOOD DAY JUMBO BRITANNIA GOOD DAY PIS/BAD BRITANNIA GOODDAY BUTTER Positioning: It is comes in the premium biscuits segment and is positioned as a health food. This brand is known for its richness and is basically targeted at children and teenagers as a tasty health food that can be consumed as a snack and also at the breakfast table .Hence it is promoted as a health food that it would give a person the energy to start his daily routine and so is aptly named “Good Day”. Branding: Britannia has used the multi branding technique in branding its biscuits as they use different brands under the same product category to cater to different buying patterns of the consumers. So it has |BRITANNIA GD CHOCONUT | |BRITANNIA GOOD DAY BUTTER |