Top MBA College Direct Admission
MBA admission 2022 application process is underway for many private and state-level colleges. Check application deadline, process, and selection criteria of top MBA colleges in India here.
MBA admission for the 2022 batch has started at various institutes and colleges of India. All the B-Schools are inviting applications and conducting personality assessment tests to select deserving candidates. Also, the registration process of top MBA entrance exams such as CAT, XAT, NMA and IBSAT, etc. have started for admission to the batch of 2022.
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Top MBA colleges across India such as XAT, SIBM, SPJIMR, MDI, IMT, ICFAI, IMI, etc. will start the registration process of the upcoming academic year soon. Many other MBA colleges in India are inviting applications for the current sessions too. For the 2022 batch, applications for MAT, XAT, IIFT, SNAP, CMAT, ATMA, etc. are available.
The application process of B-schools for MBA admission 2022 is online. The forms are to be filled on the official website of respective colleges and the fee payment is to be made via credit/debit card or net banking.
So, if you are an MBA aspirant and planning to pursue the course in 2022-23, this is the time to take action.
Application deadline of some of the top B-Schools such as MDI, SPJIMR, IMT, etc. have ended, but for other B-schools, registrations are on. If you are appearing for the MBA entrance exams this session, apply to these institutes now as the registration deadline may not be extended.
Top Entrance Exams for MBA Admission 2022-23
There are over 50 MBA entrance exams for MBA admission. For admission to the 2021-2023 MBA batch, you can appear for any national, state or university level MBA entrance exam based on your preference of MBA college. The registration process of MAT, TANCET, ATMA and GMAT, XAT, MAT, IBSAT, SNAP and IIFT are underway. So, apply for these exams to be eligible for admission to top MBA colleges in India.
- IIFT Exam
MBA Admission Process 2022
MBA admission process normally comprises shortlisting of candidates on the basis of entrance exam score, WAT/GD/PI and final selection. Let’s understand this process phase-wise:.
Phase 1: MBA entrance exams conducted by govt or institutes to assess aspirants management aptitude
Phase 2: Shortlisting of candidates for WAT/GD/PI on the basis of entrance exam score and academic record
Phase 3: Conduct of WAT/GD/PI and other personality assessment tests
Phase 4: Final selection based on candidate’s overall performance in Phases 1, 2 and 3.
Apart from the entrance exam score and academic record, all top B-schools in India also consider work experience for selection of candidates. Those with two to three years of work experience are given preference at the time of final selection. This is the reason why, more and more MBA aspirants choose to work for about one to two years of work experience before pursuing MBA.
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FAQs on MBA Admission 2022
Q: Can I apply for MBA course now?A: Yes, MBA admissions for 2022 batch have started. Many government and private colleges are inviting applications for admission on merit as well as entrance exam score basis. You can check the application deadlines in the article above.
Q: Can I apply for MBA with below 50 per cent in Graduation?A: Yes, many MBA colleges accept students with less than 50 per cent aggregate in Graduation. For SC/ST and reserved category candidates, the minimum marks required is 45 per cent in all MBA colleges.
Q: What is the average fees of MBA course in India?A: MBA fees in India ranges from INR 20,000 to INR 40 lakh for two-year full-time program. However average MBA fees is between INR 4 to INR 12 lakh depending on the institute and facilities it offers.
Q: Is GD/PI mandatory for admission to MBA course?A: About 95 per cent of MBA colleges in India conduct GD/PI for admission to management courses so it can be believed that GD/PI is mandatory. The MBA colleges conduct this round as it is essential to assess the candidates’ communication abilities and leadership qualities which make one a successful manager.
Q: Is there any MBA college for direct admission?
A: Yes, there are several MBA colleges in India which offer admission to Online and Distance courses without having to appear for any entrance exam. However, such colleges do expect candidates to have a good academic score (65 per cent and above) in Graduation.
Q: Which are the top entrance exams for MBA?
A: Top entrance exams for MBA admission are CAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, NMAT, SNAP, ATMA, MAH CET, TANCET, TSICET, APICET, KMAT, KMAT Kerala and Karnataka PGCET.
Q: Do I need to appear for entrance exam even for the Distance MBA course?
A: No, it is not mandatory to appear for a Distance MBA course. Most of the university/institutes offering Distance MBA offer admission on the basis of academic record and 2 + years of work experience. However, some government universities conduct admission tests. For example, IGNOU conducts OPENMAT, Prof G Ram Reddy Centre for Distance Education conducts PGRRCDE Entrance Test for admission.
Q: Can I go for an MBA course after working for a few years?
A: Yes, MBA course is an ideal career oriented programme for working professionals who wish to enhance managerial skills and aim for managerial roles in organisations.
Q: What is the benefit of pursuing MBA after gaining work experience?
A: There are several benefits of pursuing MBA after gaining work experience, such as:
- At the time of admission most of the top MBA colleges in India candidates with work experience stand to score extra points during selection process
- During the course, candidates will be able to grasp better and faster due to their previous work experience in the functioning of an organization
- At the time of campus placements candidates having work experience stand to grab better roles and salary packages
Q: Which top MBA college in India has the lowest fees?A: Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University or the FMS has lowest fees among top MBA colleges. The total fees of MBA full time programme is INR 41, 920.
Q: What is the total duration of an MBA course?A: The total course duration of an MBA course is two years for full-time, distance, online and part-time mode. However, apart from full-time, the time duration to complete the course in all other modes can be extended up to four years.