IIM Udaipur shortlists candidates on the basis of CAT score for personal appearance followed by preparation of final merit list. The admission criteria of IIM Udaipur consists of the following process:
- CAT Score
- Shortlisting of students for Personal Appearance (PA)
- Conduction of PA inclusive of
- Written Ability Test (WAT)
- Personal Interview (PI)
- Preparation of final merit list
Stage 1: Shortlisting for Personal Appearance (PA)
IIM Udaipur follows the Common Admission Process (CAP) for shortlisting candidates for Personal Appearance. You have to meet the criteria of cut off percentile marks based on CAT score both section wise as well as overall.
Section wise CAT Cutoff
|Category||Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension||Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning||Quantitative Aptitude||Overall|
Stage 2: Preparation of Merit List
Preparation of merit list is based on following parameters:
|Parameters||Weightage (in percentage)|
Components of Personal Appearance
|Written Ability Test||6%|
You have to obtain the minimum score in the WAT and PI round.
Components of Profile
Further, Academic profile includes the past academic records under the following weights:
Components of Academic Profile
|Class 10th marks||2%|
|Class 12th marks||2%|
|Professional Courses (CA/ ICWA/ CS)||2%|
Scoring for Past Academic Records
|Score range||Class 10th||Class 12th||Graduation|
|60.01 to 64||0.4||0.4||0.8|
|64.01 to 68||0.6||0.6||1.2|
|68.01 to 72||0.8||0.8||1.6|
|72.01 to 76||1.0||1.0||2.0|
|76.01 to 80||1.2||1.2||2.4|
|80.01 to 84||1.4||1.4||2.8|
|84.01 to 88||1.6||1.6||3.2|
|88.01 to 92||1.8||1.8||3.6|
Scoring for Work Experience
|6 or less||0|
|7 to 12||2|
|13 to 24||4|
|25 to 36||6|
|37 to 60||3|
|60 or more||0|
Score is given to only those candidates who have worked full time and have completed months. You must provide valid proof of appointment date, work experience certificate and date of relieving at the time of registration.
Diversity - Gender Score
|Female or Transgender||5|
Academic Disciplines: Candidate shaving the following disciplines will be given a score of 3 or else 0.
Graduation academic disciplines
Humanities/Arts: Archaeology, Anthropology, Education, Economics, History, Geography, Liberal Arts, Languages, Law, Library and Information Science, Music, Philosophy, Mass Communication and Journalism,Literature, Performing Arts (Dance/Drama/Theatre), Physical Education, Psychology, Public Administration,Political Science, Statistics, Sociology, Social Work, etc.
Commerce: Auditing, Accounting, Banking, etc.
Science: Physics, Zoology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, etc.
Others: Pharmacy, Medicine, and Management, etc.
Stage 3: Reservation Policy
|Category||Reservation (in %)|
|Schedule Caste (SC)||15|
|Schedule Tribe (ST)||7.5|
|Differently AbledPerson (DAP)||5|
|OBC- Non Creamy Layer (OBC-NCL)||27|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||5|