IRMA Result 2017

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IRMA Result 2017IRMA Result 2017 – IRMA has announced the result of IRMA 2017 entrance test on Issues of Social Concern (ISC) on February 23, 2017. IRMA 2017 test for ISC was conducted on February 12, 2017. The IRMA 2017 result furnishes the score obtained by the candidates in the entrance testa along with their Group Activity and Personal Interview rounds shortlist status. The result-cum-shortlist is available online and the candidates can access the same from this article. They will have to enter their respective IRMA 2017 application form no. and date of birth to check their IRMA 2017 result. After the conduct of the pre-admission rounds, the Institute will announce the final IRMA result on March 31, 2017.  Read this article further to get more details on the IRMA Result 2017.
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IRMA Result 2017

The candidates who have qualified the IRMA 2017 entrance test for ISC have only shortlisted by IRMA. The Institute has released the list of shortlisted candidates-cum-result of ISC entrance test for the pre-admission process on February 23, 2017. These selected candidates are required to appear for the Group Activity and Personal Interview rounds as per the assigned schedule. These candidates will then be placed on the final selected list or the waiting list. The selected candidates can appear for the admission process of the Institute while the candidates on the waiting list can keep a track of the waitlist movement.

IRMA Result Important Dates 2017

The candidates waiting for the result can keep the track of all the important events and dates related to result announcement and release of PI shortlist from the table below. 

Important Dates related to IRMA 2017 Result
Events Dates
Exam Date – IRMA 2017 (ISC) 12 February 2017
 PI shortlist announced on  23 February 2017 
Group Activity and Personal Interview for Indian Nationals  06 to 20 March 2017 (except 12 & 13 March 2017)
 Announcement of final results (for Indian Nationals)   31 March 2017

Steps to check the IRMA Result 2017

The candidates can check the steps provided below to check their IRMA Result 2017 –

  • Click on the link provided above in the article.
  • Enter Application Form Number.
  • Enter Date of Birth.
  • Click on the Submit Button.
  • Make a copy of the IRMA score card for future reference.

The final selection is based on the candidate’s overall performance in CAT 2016 or XAT 2017, IRMA ISC 2017 and the GA & PI. The marks obtained in the GA & PI rounds will be normalised across the evaluating panels. The marks obtained in the national entrance tests (CAT/XAT), IRMA ISC and the normalized score will be reduced to the equivalent mark of 50, 25 and 25, respectively. Now, an overall merit list will be prepared on the basis of the total marks obtained out of 100 marks. There will be different lists for candidates under different categories. A total of 180 seats are available and out of which 15% of the seats will be allotted to the candidates applying under foreign student’s category.

IRMA Result 2017 – For Indian Candidates 

The Indian applicants will be shortlisted on the basis of the cutoff scores considering the CAT/XAT and ISC result. The cutoff score for CAT/XAT and IRMA ISC will differ from each other. These shortlisted candidates are eligible for the Group Activity and Personal Interview. The final result will be based on the overall performance in the national test (CAT 2016/XAT 2017), IRMA ISC 2017, GA and PI.

IRMA Result 2017 – For Foreign Candidates

The candidates applying under the foreign applicant category will be considered for admission on the basis of their GMAT or GRE score. Based on the GMAT or GRE scores, these candidates will be shortlisted for the Telephonic Personal Interview (TPI). The TPI is expected to be held in the month of April 2017. The final result for candidates applying under this category will be the compiled score of GRE/GMAT and TPI score.

The score of TPI will be normalized across the evaluating panels. The GRE/GMAT and TPI scores will be reduced to the equivalent marks of 60 and 40, respectively. The final score will be prepared on the total marks obtained out the 100 marks.

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Bitupan Boruah

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