Plus-two students too can join IIM! Try 5-year Integrated Management programme

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Did you know that the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, is offering a five-year Integrated Management Programme for Plus-two students since 2011? 

This course is for students who have passed their Plus-two exams during 2019, 2020 and 2021. They should have secured 60% marks in Class 10 and 12 as well. The date of birth should not be before August 1, 2001. 

Scheduled Caste and the differently-abled categories should have scored 55% marks. They are allowed age relaxation of 5 years.

Those who are studying in the 12th grade can also apply.

Online entries are open till May 5.  

Successful students will receive both BA and MBA degrees. 

Entrance test

As part of the selection process, a two-hour aptitude test for 65 marks will be held at 34 centres including Thiruvanthapuram and Kozhikode on June 14.

The aptitude test will be conducted by the Indore IIM ( 

Questions include those on Verbal Ability and Quantitative Ability.

Beware of careless attempt of questions as there will be negative marks for wrong answers to objective questions. 

Those who clear the test will be called for a Personal Assessment test. The marks will be weighed based on your aptitude test (65 marks) and Personal Assessment marks (35 marks).

Courses at 4 other IIMs

Four other IIMs too are offering the same course but with different admission processes.

• IIM, Rothak. ( Here you may apply till May 4.

• IIM, Ranchi. ( Here application are open till June 30.  

In both the above institutes the marks secured in the aptitude test conducted by IIM, Indore, or the Common Admission Test will be considered for initial selection for the BBA and MBA courses.

• IIM, Jammu (

• IIM, Bodh Gaya (

For the above two institutes, initial selection is through the Joint Integrated Programme in Management Admission Test (JIPMAT). The dates will be announced soon. 

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