Everonn - Admission 2012-2013

Indigrow Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS)

Admission 2012-2013

Admission Procedure

The Program is designed to develop managerial skills among young graduates and enable them to take up challenging roles as executives in the corporate sector. The programme envisages modules that would equip the students in terms of domain knowledge and managerial skills required by young executives in the current context of globalization

Eligibility Criteria

Graduate degree [10+2+3 or 10+2+ 4 format] with minimum 45% marks is the basic criterion. In case of reserved category students, minimum marks shall be 40%.

As the programme is offered in English applicants are expected to have completed graduation degree in English Medium


Application Forms are available with the Prospectus and also on the website. Please fill in the application and submit it to IIPS Kolkata campus within the specified date. Prospectus and Application Form are available in IIPS Kolkata Campus against payment of Rs. 500.

Selection Process

We, at Everonn IIPS, are committed to quality teaching through experiential learning, case studies, role-plays, industry interaction and national knowledge tour.

Those candidates, who have appeared for CAT/MAT/all State level MBA entrance examinations, are exempted from entrance test examinations and would be called for essay writing, GD and PI on the specified date
The candidates who have to appear for Entrance Test, have to book a time slot from the IIPS Kolkata campus to appear in Everonn Aptitude Test

Based on the overall performance of the student and his/her merit standing among the applicants he / she would be offered a seat for Everonn PGPM through an Admission Letter. This Admission Letter would indicate the schedule of fees and other terms of admission to be fulfilled before the commencement of sessions.

Important Dates

Last date for Admission July 16, 2012
Academic session commences from July 16, 2012
Last date of submission of Qualifying mark sheet/Proof of Graduation September 30, 2012

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