IIM Shillong Selection Criteria-IIM Shillong Shortlisting Process

Source : iimshillong.in
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT Shillong (IIM Shillong) has announced the selection criteria for 2015-17 various MBA programs (Post-graduate Programmes in Management).

Candidates for admission to PGP batch are selected through a two stage process. In the first stage, a short list of candidates who qualify through CAT is declared for the Writing Skills Assessment Test (WSAT) and Personal Interview (PI). In the second stage a final merit list is prepared based on which admission to the program is offered.
In case of overseas candidates, the Admissions Committee will scrutinize the applications and short-listed candidates will be called for Writing Skills Aptitude Test
(WSAT) and Personal Interview (PI) on the basis of their GMAT scores, scholastic performance, and work experience, if any. The WSAT and PI would be held in four cities of India, namely, Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai, during January – April. Short-listed candidates will be required to attend PI at any one of these centers at their own expense or through the video conferencing on a date informed. 

Final selection of candidates is made from among those who attend the PI, based on their performance in all those parameters used for short-listing the candidates for PI and also the performance in WSAT and PI. Selected candidates would be offered admission tentatively by end of April  and the registration for the program at IIM Shillong campus will be held tentatively during the first week of July.
Refer this document to understand more about the process adopted in each of the selection stages.

Download PDF Version IIM-Shillong Selection Criteria for admission for 2015-17 batch 
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  1. Hi, my name is Ayush.
    My scores are:
    10th => 90.
    12th => 76.
    B.Tech. => 8.30/10.
    I will be giving CAT 2013, by that time my experience would be 1.5 years.
    Do let me know my odds of getting IIM-Shillong.


  2. Dear Ayush,

    Your academics are good and if you score well in CAT (read 99+) with consistent marks across sections then you have very good chance of getting calls from IIM Shillong. IIM Shillong doesn't gives any weightage to work exp.

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  3. X-93%
    do i stand a chance of getting calls from old IIMs...?
    what percentile do i need to score to get one ?

  4. i have 79.75 percentage in 10 and 78.2 percentage in 12 and 72 percentage in grad am i eligible for top 10 iim


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