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Institute of Management Education Ghaziabad PGDM Admission 2011

PGDM 2011-13 (CAT-2010) (XVI batch)

Two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (approved by AICTE, ministry of HRD, govt of India)

Eligibility: The candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree with minimum 50% marks. Final year students can also apply subject to furnishing the proof of graduation by October 01, 2011

Admission procedure: Applicant seeking admission in IME is required to take CAT examination and is also required to apply separately to IME. Final selection would be based on performance in CAT and group discussion/interview conducted by IME. Registration form can also be downloaded from website www.imesahibabd.ac.in and send it duly filled along with a demand draft of Rs 1550/-

Last date of receiving filled application form is 31st December, 2010

Please note that IME uses CAT for short-listing the candidates for two year full time post graduate programme in management. IIMs have no role either in the selection procedure or in the conduct of the programme

Features: 100% placement opportunity; foreign study tour and hostel mess on cooperative basis; highly qualified faculty with visiting from Delhi University; LCD equipped class rooms; every year international and national conferences; IME journal of global level; free laptop and daily newspaper

Registration also open for MCA, LL.B, BA-LL.B, M.Com, BBA, BCA, B.Lib

For more details visit website or contact admission office, Main GT road, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad (3 kms from Dilshad Garden Metro Station), Tel 0120-2900243/45, 2621424, Fax 0120-2621425, 09650784051, Website www.imesahibabad.ac.in, Email admn@ime.in

Institute of Management Education Ghaziabad

Sahibabad, Ghaziabad (NCR)
(UGC approved estd 1995)
All India 25th rank (competition success review-GHRDC-November 2009); A+ (business India-November 2009); A++ (business sphere-May 2010); best promising B-school (Dainik bhaskar-February 2010); A4 Indian management-BS (Best school survey September, 2010)

International collaboration with George Mason University, USA; Eastern Mennonite University, USA; Poznan University, Poland