IRMA is a pioneering academic institution in rural management education and research. IRMA will use CAT or XAT scores for admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management and Fellow Programme in Rural Management. All the applicants who appeared for CAT or XAT are called for IRMA written test in the subject of Issues of Social Concern.
IRMA 2018 Important Dates
- Start of Registrations: October, 2017
- Last Date to Apply: December, 2017
- Date of Exam: February, 2018
Last year, the exam was conducted on 12 February, 2017.
For PRM course, you should have completed your graduation from any discipline, with a minimum of 15 years (10 plus 2 plus 4) of education and secured aggregate 50 percent marks (45 percent for SC/ST/DAP) or you have completed an equivalent GPA from any recognized institution/university.
For FPRM course, you should have done PGDRM from IRMA along with one year of work experience in post diploma; post graduation in any discipline from a recognized institution or university along with 50 percent of aggregate marks at PG level and 50 percent of marks at graduation level.
IRMA conducted its own entrance examinations till 2012 and did not accept CAT scores. There were 10,859 registrations for IRMA’s Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PRM) 2013-15 program and 1,385 applications for Fellow Program in Rural Management (FPRM) 2013. But the institute started accepting CAT scores from 2013 to grant admission to its FPRM and PRM programs.
IRMA uses CAT or XAT scores for admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management. PRM participants are selected on the basis of the Admissions Test, Group Activity, and Personal Interview.
The test on "Issues of Social Concern (ISC)” is of 25 minutes duration. It consists of 40 questions. The test is conducted online.