Note: IIM Indore has only announced the IPM 2020 Entrance Exam Date. All other data pertains to 2019 and shall be updated as soon as IIM Indore officially publishes the 2020 details.
Course offered: 5 Year Integrated Program in Management.
General information: IIM Indore was established by The Govt. of India in 1996. In 2011, it launched the 5 year Integrated Program in Management, first of its kind in India. The Programme consists of 15 terms spread over a period of 5 years, with each year having 3 terms of 3 months. IPM is in two parts. The first three years build a foundation, and the last two years focus on management. Upon successful completion of all the requirements of the programme, IIM Indore will award Bachelor of Arts (Foundations of Management) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees under Dual Degree Programme upon successful completion of IPM.
The learning goals of the first three years shall be to enable students to 1. Demonstrate language skills 2. Demonstrate oral communication skills 3. Demonstrate knowledge of foundational subjects for management studies 4. Demonstrate an awareness of ethical understanding 5. Enhance physical well-being.
The foundation has three major elements: Courses in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics build analytical rigour. Courses in Psychology, Sociology and Political Science along with courses in Economics provide an understanding of the core disciplines on which the study of management is based. Courses in Science, Engineering, Humanities, Literature and Fine Arts provide breadth and perspective.
Last two years of the programme are at Post-graduate level and the IPM students are mixed with the PGP programme students and they go through the same set of courses as the PGP programme. Hence the learning goals for these two years are the same as that of the PGP Programme.
IPM students are required to complete a social internship at the end of year 3, and a business internship between years 4 and 5.
No. of seats: 121
In 2019, 17550 students appeared for the Aptitude Test of which 865 were shortlisted for the Personal Interview and 121 selected after the Interview
In 2018, 15901 students appeared for the Aptitude Test of which 886 were shortlisted for the Personal Interview and 121 selected after the Interview
In 2017, 19715 students appeared for the Aptitude Test of which 922 were shortlisted for the Personal Interview and 121 selected after the Interview
Stage 1: The candidates satisfying the minimum eligibility criteria should submit their application online
Stage 2: Based on the applications received, candidates satisfying minimum eligibility criteria will be called for the Aptitude Test (AT) to be conducted across 28 cities in the country (refer 'Test Centres' section for the list of cities).
Stage 3: An eligible pool of candidates for stage 4, i.e. Written Ability Test (WAT) & Personal Interview (PI), is created considering only the candidates having positive raw scores and a minimum mark in each of the three sections of Aptitude Test. The minimum cut off mark in each section will be decided by the Admissions Committee.
Stage 4: Shortlisted candidates shall appear for WAT & PI at any one of the eight centres listed in 'Test Centres' section
Stage 5: Final selection based on Composite Score: Composite score shall have a weightage of
50% for Aptitude Test | 35% for Personal Interview | 15% for Written Ability Test
Reservation: SC 15%, ST 7.5%, OBC (NCL) 27%, EWS 4%, PwD 5%
- First three years of the IPM would be Rs. 4,00,000/- (Rupees four lakh) per annum and Rs. 6,00,000/- (Rupees six lakh) for Non Resident Indian (NRI) and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI).
- Course fee for the fourth and fifth years would be as per prevailing Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) fees which is Rs. 16,00,000/- (Rupees Sixteen Lacs only) for two years for the 2018-20 batch. The course fee for the last two years for NRI/OCI category students is (for two years) is Rs. 24,00,000/- (Twenty four Lacs only)
- The course fee includes lodging, access to lectures, computer facilities and library.
For last year's cut-offs refer 'Test Pattern Tab'