IIM Indore to roll out application forms for 5-year integrated program from March 23

While the application process shall close on May 5, aptitude test has been scheduled for June 14.

Starting its admission process for the upcoming academic session, the Indian Institute of Management Indore will roll out online application forms for its five-year integrated program from March 23. This course is offered for school pass-outs who will have to appear for an aptitude test in the first phase of the admission process. All interested candidates can register on the virtual platform before the application process closes on May 5.

IIM Indore releases a detailed timetable of the admission process


Announcing its decision, the top-rated B school gave out an academic calendar that entails dates for different events that are a part of the admission procedure. It includes a detailed date-list for application form submission, procuring online admit card, aptitude test, the release of the merit list, interview and provisional offers for induction.

While admit cards can be downloaded till June 1, the aptitude test has been scheduled for June 14 from 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm. Based on the scores of the assessment, the shortlisted candidates shall be notified in the last week of June followed by interviews in the first week of July. Thereafter, seats would be offered to the aspirants on a provisional basis once the grades are finalised. In addition to these details, IIM Indore shall furnish all necessary information on its website soon. It is to be noted that given the COVID pandemic, this proposed timetable is subject to change.

Developing young minds into exceptional leaders


Recognised by the Association of MBAs, AMBA London, the 5-year integrated course admits bright young minds with high aspirations in the field of management. With its maiden run in 2011, this flagship program by the management institute has garnered significant attention in the country, becoming a top choice for school pass-outs. Providing top-quality education coupled with a globally appreciated curriculum, this academic program attempts to transform young individuals into excellent managers and visionary leaders.

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