ASM accepts applicants with a variety of academic, professional, and personal backgrounds, which are carefully, reviewed in all aspects. The institute is looking for applicants that have the potential to excel academically and professionally in the future. Applicants should be highly committed, self-directed, and creative. Team work, Initiative, soft skills, and leadership skills are among the other important factors we evaluate. Because we place a great focus on academic quality, candidates must demonstrate that they are prepared for the rigors of our academic programs.
Eligibility Requirement and admission procedure for PGDM & PGDM- Marketing, Foreign Nationals /Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/ Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries for PGDM.
Candidate should have a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent (10+2+3) in any discipline with minimum 50% aggregate marks from a recognized Indian or foreign university. Candidates in their final year of Bachelor's degree are also eligible to apply (provided their aggregate marks up to the last examination must be 50% or above), subject to meeting eligibility criteria and submitting proof latest by October 31, of the year of admission.
Time Period: Admission process is normally held from April- June each year.
The Institute considers CAT / MAT / XAT / GMAT/ CMAT/ATMA scores for admission to its PGDM & PGDM- Marketing programs. Based on merit, candidates who qualify on various parameters (CAT/ MAT etc. scores, graduation scores) will be called for Group Discussion, Personal Interview to be held at ASM Campus and possibly other cities in India (Punjab, U.P., etc.).
The admissions are based on the following parameters:
1. Previous academic performance – Candidates' academic performance at Undergraduate level, 12th and 10th levels will be reckoned for consideration for admission.
2. Common Entrance Test (CET)- - The score of common entrance examinations like CAT, MAT, CMAT, ATMA etc is considered as per weightage assigned in following table.
3. Written Test- The written test will be based viz. topic on business, economy, social issues etc. given to them, where the student will be given 20 minutes prior to the GD/PI session. The candidates will be evaluated on writing skills, articulation, ability and knowledge etc.
4. Group discussion – The group discussion is generally held for about 25 minutes in which a maximum of 10 candidates participate in each group and interact with each other on a given topic. The candidates are evaluated by a panel on their initiative, logical content, group behavior, communication etc.