JBIMS Introduction

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), named after the noted industrialist and philanthropist, Jamnalal Bajaj, is the Department of Management Studies of the University of Mumbai (Bombay). JBIMS was established in 1965 by the University of Mumbai in collaboration with the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. JBIMS offers the following programs:

  1. Masters in Management Studies (MMS) Programme
  2. JBIMS's flagship two year full time programme.

  3. Part Time Programmes
    • Master in Marketing Management (MMM)
    • Master in Information Management (MIM)
    • Master in Human Resource Development & Management (MHRDM)
    • Master in Financial Management (MFM)
  4. Doctoral Programme
  5. Full time doctoral programme

  6. MSc Finance

    Masters' Degree program in Finance providing a comprehensive foundation in the field of finance.

 


Getting into JBIMS Mumbai

JBIMS Results Accepted


For MMS Programme
  • Domestic Candidates (in India) - CAT / MH-CET
  • International Candidates (outside India) - GMAT
For Part Time Programmes
  •   MH-CET
For MSc Finance
  •   Domestic Candidates (in India) - CAT / MH-CET
  •   International Candidates (outside India) - GMAT

JBIMS Eligibility

Eligibility for MMS

  • The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA (45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) of the universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956.
  • Candidates appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree / equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply. The candidate is required to have obtained at least 50% marks or equivalent till the latest examination.

Eligibility for Part Time Courses

  • Candidate must have a full time Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities
    or,
  • Candidate must have passed a Graduate Examination in Industrial Engineering, Mumbai and should have subsequently qualified in the GATE examination conducted by IITs
    and
  • Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years of experience (supervisor or executive level). The experience should be full time experience and NOT include internships, projects, etc.

Eligibility for MSc Finance

  • Candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA (45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) of the universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956.
    Or,
    Candidates appearing for the final year bachelor’s degree / equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed the degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply. The candidate is required to have obtained at least 50% marks or equivalent till the latest examination.
  • The candidate must have opted for Mathematics at the higher secondary level or at the first year of the degree course.
  • An aptitude for mathematics and statistics and strong quantitative skills are required for this course. Students with a background in finance, statistics, mathematics and other quantitative areas will be preferred

JBIMS Admission Procedure

  •     For MMS & MSc
    1. JBIMS shortlists candidates based on their profile and CAT / MH-CET scores (GMAT for international candidates).
    2. Shortlisted candidates are called for the second round, the in-person assessment (IPA). This round consists of group activity, personal interview and a written ability test. For international candidates, interviews are conducted over Skype.

    Jamnalal Bajaj Admission Process MMS| CL Research

  •       For Part Time Courses
    1. Applications are invited based on which the candidates are shortlisted.
    2. Shortlisted candidates will be called for a written test followed by a Personal Interview.

    Jamnalal Bajaj Admission Process Part Time Courses| CL Research


JBIMS Eligibility and Selection Criteria For MMS At JBIMS

  1. Cutoffs for being considered for Profile Evaluation

    JBIMS shortlists candidates for the in-person assessment based on the candidate's CAT/MH-CET score. The cutoff for each category is decided to filter out the candidates. The candidates clearing the cutoff are considered for round 2. The cutoffs for the 2015-17 batch were as follows.
    To be considered for the profile evaluation the candidate not only needs to obtain the above mentioned marks but also needs to meet the past academic record (PAR) cutoff. The PAR cutoff is:
    General candidates
    10th aggregate - 65% or above AND 12th aggregate - 60% or above
    Reserved candidates
    10th aggregate - 60% or above AND 12th aggregate - 55% or above
    The candidates meeting the exam and past academic record cutoffs are considered for profile evaluation.


    Category

    CAT Percentile

    MH-CET Percentile

    General

    95

    95.37

    Reserved

    75

    90

    PH

    75

    85

    PIO and children of Indian workers in gulf countries

    85

    85

     

  2. Evaluation of Candidate's Profile (AR)

    An Application Rating (AR) is used to shortlist candidates for the in-person assessment. In this, a candidate's profile is rated on various parameters. The various components of the AR are given below.
    Candidates meeting the required AR cutoffs are called for the In-person assessment round. About 1700 candidates are called for In-Person Assessment based on their application rating score.


    Criteria

    Weightage

    CAT/MH-CET Score

    60

    PAR (10th, 12th and Bachelor’s marks)

    15

    Extra-curricular/Work Experience

    20

    Diversity

    5

    Total

    100

     

  3. In-Person Assessment Round (IPA)

    The IPA round consists of group activity, personal interview and writing ability test. The final selected candidates make it to the MMS program at JBIMS. The weights of the various components of the IPA are given below.


    Criteria

    Weightage

    Group Activity

    20

    Personal Interview

    60

    Group Discussion

    20

    Total

    100

     

  4. Final Selection of Candidates

    The final selection of a candidate is based on his total score. The total of a candidate is calculated by
    Total Score = 0.60 (AR) + 0.40 (IPA)
    The minimum Total Score required to be considered for admission to MMS or MSc Finance is 50 for General Category and 45 for Reserved category.

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JBIMS Fees

The most recently revised fees of JBIMS is tabulated below (as on May'15)

 

Program

Fees(approx.)

MMS

Rs. 2.1 lakhs

MSc

Rs. 2.1 lakhs

Part Time Programmes

Rs. 1.53 lakhs



Inside JBIMS

JBIMS Diversity

The following data of the MMS batch of 2013-15 portrays the diversity of the batch.

Graduation Background Diversity

The 2013-15 batch of MMS programme was a very engineer dominant batch as it can be seen in the graphic below.


Jamnalal Bajaj Graduation Diversity | CL Research


Work Experience Based Diversity

As seen in the graphic, JBIMS has a good mix of freshers and experienced professionals.

Jamnalal Bajaj Work Experience Diversity | CL Research

JBIMS Final Placements

Before the placements began, many pre-placement activities such as guest lectures, competitions and workshops had set the tone for a healthy corporate interaction. One such major corporate interaction opportunity - the summer internship - was also milked well by the students of JBIMS as a result of which more than 50% of the batch was offered PPOs/PPIs.JBIMS continued its tradition of 100%.


  Final Placements of 2015 at a glance

2013 - 2014

Total No. of Students Participating

117

Total No. of Companies

75

No. of PPOs/PPIs

62

Average Salary

17.42 LPA

Median Salary

15.5 LPA

Highest Salary

35 LPA



JBIMS has always been a preferred destination for major recruiters from consulting and BFSI sectors. The following is the sector-wise break down of the placements


Jamnalal Bajaj Final Placements | CL Research

More info at : http://media.careerlauncher.com/mba/bschool/bschools/jbims/placement2015.pdf



JBIMS Summer Placements

The summer placements for the batch of 2014-2016 was successfully completed. 100% placements were achieved in accordance with the tradition at JBIMS. Major consulting companies such as McKinsey & Co. and The Boston Consulting Group recruited a good number of students for internships.


Summer Placement Highlights

Total Batch Strength

117

Participating Firms

65

Average Stipend

Rs. 1,17,000 (for 8 weeks)

Highest Stipend

Rs. 3,35,000 (for 8 weeks)

 

Jamnalal Bajaj Summer Placements | CL Research

Disclaimer:

The analysis given above has been prepared by Career Launcher experts. The information given here has no bearing on your actual score. Career Launcher does not take responsibility for any discrepancy between information in this document and actual result.



Notable JBIMS Alumni

  • Chanda Kochhar
    MD & CEO, ICICI Bank, India
  • Vinita Bali
    Managing Director of Britannia
  • Siddharth Roy Kapur
    CEO of UTV Motion Pictures
  • Uday Kotak
    Chairman and Managing Director, Kotak Mahindra Bank, India
  • Ajay Piramal
    Chairman of Piramal Healthcare
  • Harish Manwani
    Global COO, Unilever PLC
  • Nitin Paranjpe
    CEO and Managing Director, Hindustan Unilever Ltd
  • Mani Ratnam
    Acclaimed Indian filmmaker


For more info , please visit :   www.jbims.edu