The Admissions Committee puts great effort into understanding each applicant's academic ability, career goals, leadership potential, extracurricular interests, and interpersonal skills. In order to create a diverse and intellectually stimulating learning environment, MYRA seeks to admit students from all disciplines and walks of life. The following are prerequisites and preferences for PGDM admissions
We require a bachelor's degree in any discipline with 50% and above, from a recognized institution. Your subject background, extra-curricular activities, awards, and recognitions are also considered.
Applicants should have valid CAT, MAT, XAT, NMAT®, GMAT®, GRE® or MET® (MYRA Entrance Test) scores. We regard entrance exam scores as helpful indicators of academic ability and achievement when considered thoughtfully amongst other factors.
MYRA's PGDM program is AICTE approved and hence accepts CMAT scores.
PGDM: We encourage students to have 0 to 2 years of experience. However, Work experience is not mandatory for PGDM students. We believe that students bring their professional experience to the class and contribute to the cohort interactions and are able to take away more. However, we also welcome exceptionally bright fresh graduates who possess drive and confidence.
The statement of purpose essay forms an important basis for selection to our programmes. Your essay should showcase evidence of leadership, professional promise, your career goals, your personality, and reasons for pursuing higher education. (Word limit: 2000)
We look forward to receiving your application. Please note the dates below when preparing to apply. After we receive your application, our Admissions Office would review it based on the above mentioned criteria and subsequently schedule a Personal Interview for a date and time that is mutually convenient.
|Academic Record||Entrance Exam Score|
If CAT / MAT:
Our general admission policy is to shortlist those candidates who score above 10 points for interview
Who gets selected?
Those who get total points of 18 and above are selected.
|#||Points scored||Scholarship Details|
|1||Greater than 35 Points||50% tuition fee waiver|
|2||Greater than 30 but less than 35 Points||40% tuition fee waiver|
|3||Greater than 25 but less than 30 Points||30% tuition fee waiver|
|4||Greater than 20 but less than 25 Points||20% tuition fee waiver|
|Exam||MYRA will consider|
|CAT||60 percentile and above|
|XAT||60 percentile and above|
|GMAT||500 and above|
|GRE||280 and above|
|CMAT||260 and above|
|SNAP||80 percentile or above|
|NMAT||175 and above|
|TISS||60 and above|
Please note these are just reference and the entire profile of students will be considered to offer admission
|Round||Submission Deadline||Offer Date||Acceptance Date|
|Round 1||Dec 15, 2018||Dec 22, 2018||Dec 29, 2018|
|Round 2||Feb 15, 2019||Feb 27, 2019||Mar 03, 2019|
|Round 3||Apr 15, 2019||Apr 18, 2019||Apr 22, 2019|
|Round 4||May 22, 2019||May 25, 2019||May 29, 2019|
|Round 5||Jun 15, 2019||Jun 18, 2019||Jun 22, 2019|
Should you have any questions about the eligibility criteria or the admissions process, do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com Classes commence from July 4, 2019