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December 13, 2010

PGDM Admission SDM Institute for Management Development

SDM Institute for Management Development, SDMIMD

PG Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Applicants should sit for the CAT 2010/XAT 2011 exams and have at least a three-year Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in any discipline from any college recognised by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) / Association of Indian Universities (AIU), with minimum 50 per cent marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA.
Those appearing for their final year Bachelor's degree examination in April / May 2011 may also apply, provided they complete their final degree examination and meet other requirements before the commencement of the course in the first week of June 2011. They need to submit the degree certificate / provisional pass certificate and marks sheets latest by 31 August, 2011.
Students may also be considered for admission on the basis of a valid GMAT score.

Selection Process: Selection for the PGDM programme will be based on the performance in CAT 2010/XAT 2011/GMAT, academic achievements, work experience and personal interview. Short-listed candidates will be called for a personal interview between February and March 2011.

Last date for submitting SDMIMD Application Form: 15th December 2010

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SDM Institute for Management Development, SDMIMD

SDMIMD will be internationally known as a unique management institution that has pioneered a philosophy of management education and governance that is Indian in ethos and character and global in relevance


SDMIMD will create inspirational business leaders and entrepreneurs who will relentlessly pursue individual and organisational excellence with creative tenacity, intellectual maturity, and social responsibility

SDMIMD will advance management thinking and practices that draw upon the best in Indian wisdom, are successful in dealing with change and the contemporary marketplace, and effective and inclusive in wealth creation for the individual and the society

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