JBIMS Mumbai Admission 2020: Process Delayed; Selection through DTE CAP – Check Criteria, Cut offs, Fee, changes in process

MBAUniverse.com News Desk |
May 27, 2020
JBIMS Mumbai Admission 2020 for its flagship 2 years Masters in Management Studies (MMS) Programme is delayed now. The final selection will be through CAP 2020 conducted by DTE Maharashtra in the month of July. JBIMS remains Autonomous institute for MMS 2020-22 batch and will offer 102 seats to MAH State category and 18 seats to All India category candidates. Separate Merit Lists will be released for MAH category and All India category
JBIMS Mumbai Admission 2020

JBIMS Mumbai MMS Admission 2020 is delayed now nor the institute has cared to post the information related to admission on its website. However, this year there is no confusion about the JBIMS admission process as the institute continues with its Autonomous Status and will offer 85% seats to Maharashtra State Candidates and 15% seats to All India category candidates.

JBIMS Mumbai will participate in DTE CAP 2020 to be conducted by CET CELL in the month of July 2020. The registration process for the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2020 conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra is to begin in the first week of June 2020 after the Corona Virus Lockdown 4.0 ends.

JBIMS: Still keeping its Admission Process Secret
Once bitten, twice shy - Jamna Lal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) Mumbai, has refrained from announcing its admission policy and process for MMS 2020-22 batch as last year the institute faced the brunt of legal issues till the reprieve was received from Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in restoring its Autonomous status and finalizing admission to its MMS Programme. All this delayed the academic session and now due to COVID-19 pandemic, the academic session and admission process both are delayed again.

Thousands of the candidates have been raising query about the JBIMS admission process and whether there was any move by the JBIMS to conduct its own admission process, however JBIMS will offer admission through DTE CAP 2020.

Accordingly, Admission at Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, University Mumbai for two years Masters in Management Studies (MMS) Programme will be done through Centralised Admission Process (CAP) of Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Government of Maharashtra.

MMS is the flagship course of Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), conducted as a university department of University of Mumbai. It is a two year full time post graduate degree course in management. Started as early as 1965, the course has been modified continually and appropriately to suit the contemporary corporate world needs and has been able to nurture prominent leaders of the same. The institute offers various specializations like Finance, Marketing, Personnel, Operations and Systems in the second year of the course.  

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JBIMS Admission 2020: Key Changes in Seats & Process
Key changes introduced after the Apex Court’s decision last year,  in case of JBIMS admission process for MMS admission through the CAP are:

JBIMS Seats, Admission criteria
Revised Criteria after Restoration as Autonomous College
Before SCI Decision- JBIMS categorized as Non-Autonomous Institute
Seat Availability for MMS 2020-22 batch
85%  to Maharashtra State Candidates from any University/college
70% to Mumbai University/department candidates
Actual number of seats available out of total 120 seats
102 to Maharashtra State candidates
79 to Mumbai University + 5 to PWD candidates. 17 seats to other universities in Maharashtra state
Seats for All India category candidates
15% (18 seats)
15% (18 Seats)
JBIMS Admission Process
In order of State Level Merit
70% students of Mumbai University were already selected
Last Date to Complete JBIMS Admission Process 2020
As per the Merit Lists released after each DTE CAP Round in July 2020
Fate of Mumbai University students was at stake as they were offered admission before SCI decision

JBIMS: Autonomy Restored  
It may be noted that JBIMS Mumbai is a close entity and a constituent of Mumbai University. It has enjoyed the Autonomous status from 2014 till date. The status was abruptly changed by the Directorate of Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra in 2019, putting thousands of MBA aspirants in dilemma. However, after getting its autonomous status restored by the Supreme Court of India on September 2, the JBIMS Admission offers were made last year by DTE Maharashtra accordingly. It is understood that the tussle between JBIMS and DTE regarding the JBIMS Autonomy is over now and should not impact again the future of MMS 2020-22 batch.

MMS Specializations at JBIM
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai offers various specializations like Finance, Marketing, Personnel, Operations and Systems in the second year of the MMS course.

JBIMS Admission cut offs 2020: Goes Down
With the highest score in MAH MBA CET 2020 going down to 159 for 99.99 percentile as against 175 last year, the cut offs at JBIMS have also gone down. MAHCET 2020 exam result reveals that a score of 146 has fetched 99.99 percentile. It is expected that a candidate with an overall score of 135-138 for Maharashtra State category may get admission in JBIMS Mumbai.

For All India category candidate, the cut off may go higher to 138-140. As announced, no separate or individual admission process is conducted by JBIMS Mumbai and the seat allotment will be made by DTE Maharashtra through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2020

Following are the expected slot wise cut offs across all the four slots of MAHCET 2020 exam for Maharashtra State (MS) and All India (AI) category

Category
Maharashtra State (HU) category
All India category  
MAHCET exam date & time
Slot-1 Cut off
135-137
138-140
March 14 from 10AM to 12.30PM
Slot-2 Cut off
137-140
143-146
March 14 from 2PM to 4.30PM
Slot-3 Cut off
142-144
147-151
March 15 from 10AM to 12.30PM
Slot-4 Cut off
141-143
145-149
March 15 from 2Pm to 4.30PM

The cut off percentile range for Maharashtra State Home University (MS-HU) category is expected to remain around 98 percentile, while for All India (AI) category candidate it would be around 99 percentile in MAHCET 2020 exam.

JBIMS 2020 Admission through DTE CAP
JBIMS admission process is through DTE CAP round. On the basis of Percentile of Normalized score of entrance exams, seat allocation will be done by DTE on merit in CAP rounds.

JBIMS Admission Criteria
Apart from score in the written exam, evaluation criteria will take into account complete personality of the candidate, which includes various parameters like extra-curriculars, other significant achievements. Work experience  is also a component of the admission criteria and will be given due weightage.

However, if a fresher has other substantial credentials, he/she can cover up in other parameters. Work-ex alone would not be the deciding criteria.

Exam Score Accepted for admission
Different exam scores are accepted for Maharashtra State (MS) category and All India (AI) category candidates as per the DTE guidelines.

  • MS Category: Score of MAHCET 2020 are accepted for Maharashtra State candidates.
  • AI Category: Score of MAHCET 2020, CAT 2019 and CMAT 2020 and other exams are considered in admission process for MMS 2020-22 batch for All India category candidates.

Final Admission Result
There will be four-five CAP rounds which will be conducted by DTE Maharashtra from June to August 2020. Merit list will be released for admission after each round and the selected candidates should immediately report for admission at the college and pay the fee. If you are allotted seat in JBIMS, you should report at the institute within a week’s time to secure your seat else it will be allotted to some other candidate.

JBIMS Application process
No separate application needs to be submitted for JBIMS admission 2020. Candidates who have appeared in CAT 2019 and have got high score but could not be shortlisted by IIMs due to one or other factor, still have the opportunity to explore admission in JBIMS Mumbai, if they timely apply and register for CAP round. If you have appeared in MAHCET 2020, CAT 2019 or CMAT 2020, you can seek admission in JBIMS.

Since DTE Maharashtra conducts Centralized Admission Process (CAP) for admission to all the  participating MBA colleges including JBIMS Mumbai and makes seat allotment in the MBA colleges as per the merit score obtained by the candidates, you should watch for the opening of DTE CAP registration opening date. 

Application is through DTE CAP 2020
The admission to the JBIMS MMS programme 2020 is through DTE CAP 2020. If you have not appeared in MAH CET 2020, there is nothing to worry, you could still apply for admission to JBIMS Mumbai through DTE CAP. Your CAT 2019 and CMAT 2020 score will be considered for admission to JBIMS and other MBA/MMS colleges in Maharashtra.

The registration and application for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) for admission to JBIMS and other MBA colleges in Maharashtra opens in May every year. The process is delayed for admission 2020. The candidates who score high and wish to be considered for JBIMS admission process to its flagship MMS programme can apply then.

Please note DTE Maharashtra allows very limited time to submit the application for participation in CAP. So, you have to apply immediately when the Notification for CAP is released by DTE Maharashtra.

JBIMS MMS Fee: Rs.6 lakhs
JBIMS has increased its fee for MMS course. After being awarded the autonomous status, the JBIMS fee had gone up to Rs.6 lakhs from Rs.2.04 lakhs. It appears that the JBIMS fee despite being regulated by the ‘Shikshan Shulka Samiti (SSS)’ of Government of Maharashtra has got a special status to determine its own fee. 

18 seats for All India candidates
JBIMS has a total intake of 120 seats in the flagship MMS programme. Out of this intake, 15% seats are allotted to All India category candidates. 

Accordingly, there are 18 seats for the All India category candidates for admission to MMS at JBIMS. Their merit list and cut offs are separately prepared by DTE Maharashtra after the CAP is over.

Placement 2019: Average salary goes up
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) Mumbai concluded its final placement 2019 with a higher average salary, more PPOs offered to the students and more number of new recruiters visiting the campus for placement.

The Average salary at JBIMS has gone up to Rs.20.13 LPA in 2019 from Rs. 18.91 last year. Number of PPOs offered has increased to 67 in 2019 from 63 last year in Placement 2019 at JBIMS. The highest salary has also gone up at Rs.32.30 LPA in 2019 from Rs.30 LPA last year

Top Recruiters at JBIMS Placement 2019 included Accenture, BCG, Airtel, Mahindra, McKinsey, Bajaj, Citibank, KPMG, Essar, Godrej, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, ICICI Bank, Infosys, Hindustan Unilever, Raymond, Bisleri, L&T, RIL, TATA, Vedanta, Wipro among others with 20 new recruiters visiting the campus.

JBIMS Mumbai: History of Admission Blues
Since 2014, JBIMS has been facing ups and downs in its admission process. Once it conducted its own admission process, next year it shifted the admission process and continued participating in DTE CAP. The shifts in JBIMS admission process in last five years are given below:

Radical Shifts in JBIMS Admission Process in 5 years

Academic session
Application process
Acceptable exam scores
GD-PI-WAT process
2015-16 (Batch 2015-17)
Separate. Direct application to JBIMS
MAH-CET/CAT
Conducted by JBIMS separately
2016-17 (Batch 2016-17)
No Separate application. Through Registration for MAHCET 2016
MAH-CET/CAT/XAT/
CMAT/MAT/ATMA
Through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) conducted by DTE Maharashtra
2017-18 (Batch 2017-19)
Initially announced to accept direct application to JBIMS, later changed through MAH CET
MAH-CET 2017/CAT 2016
First announced to conduct its own process, than changed and participated in CAP 2017
2018-19 (Batch 2018-20)
Through MAH CET 2018
MAH CET 2018/CAT 2017
Declared 100% Seats for Maharashtra, later changed with 15% seats to All India category. Admission process through DTE CAP
2019-20 (Batch 2019-21)
Through MAH CET 2019
MAH CET 2019 for MAH State candidates; CAT 2018 & other exams for All India category
Dilemma on Seat Allotment due to Non-Autonomous and Autonomous status, Court intervenes and declares JBIMS Autonomous institute. Admission through CAP delayed, now to be completed by September 17, 2019

110,631 Students Waiting for MBA Admission
110,631 candidates appeared in MAH MBA CET 2020 exam on March 14 and 15, 2020 for MBA admission 2020 in JBIMS Mumbai, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA and other 325 MBA colleges in Maharashtra. The COVID 19 pandemic has delayed the admission process in all top B-schools of Maharashtra.

JBIMS Mumbai has remained the most preferred campus for MBA aspirants due to its legacy, high industry connect, good placements and low fee structure and is considered moving much on the lines as FMS Delhi of Delhi University is doing.

Education at JBIMS is not limited to conventional class room experience. It is co-ordinated with vast industrial exposure also. JBIMS Mumbai is termed as ‘CEO producing factory’ by its students. JBIMS not only achieves 100% placement every year, the salary in each placement season goes up.

JBIMS is a now has a legacy of 50 years. It has produced many industry leaders who visit the institute to share their practical experiences while climbing the ladder of hierarchy.  This is the biggest advantage in view of the students, faculty and corporate alike.

JBIMS is located in the heart of Mumbai in Churchgate area and this advantage can never fade as it is the centre of commercial activity. JBIMS students find that the institute has excellent location right in the heart of the financial capital of India. 

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