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27th May 2010, 08:45 PM
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Weightage given to academics in XLRI admission for MBA?


sir i have secured 64% in both my 10 & 12 am I eligible for XLRI? how much weigtage I would get?




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20th June 2010, 11:31 AM
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dear friend, for appearing in entrance exam of XLRI you fullfill the criteria of 10th & +2.
but also you have to get 60% marks in graduation discipline also.
good luck.




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20th June 2010, 12:04 PM
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Hi,

XLRI does not see the marks you have obtained in +2 for its admission.

For getting admission you should have completed Bachelor's Degree and obtained pass marks in all subjects. No weightage will be given for your academic performance. You have to get good score in the entrance test conducted by them.

Registration period: September to November
Exam(entrance test): December
Results: January

For getting more details please visit the website of xlri




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20th June 2010, 12:58 PM
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I dont think 12th and 10th marks are preferred for admission. Its the marks of graduation which matters. So 60% in graduation is necessary to get admission to XLRI

I didnt understand what you saying about the weightage. Please elaborate
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20th June 2010, 01:55 PM
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Form admission into XLRI candidate must have to crack XAT. There are also 60 other Associate Institutes of XAT, but XLRI remains at top.

So, basically there are three programs in XLRI

1) Two year post graduate program- MBA atc.

2) On year post graduate managment program.

3) Four years long Fellowship program.

So, as you are talking about program (1). Eligibility is such that, Candidates must have passed Graduation in any field from a Recognised university or Demeed University.

So, weather you have less or higher percentage in 10th & 12th it accutally does'nt matter. And even a Candidate those who have scored less then 50% in Graduation can also appear for XLRI.

But Apart from XAT performance the first preferance will be given to candidates with good Academic record.

So, just try to score well in your Graduation and XAT.

Best of Luck

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21st June 2010, 12:39 AM
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Default Re: Weightage given to academics in XLRI admission for MBA?

Hello friend,
by cracking XAT entrance test you can get admission to XLRI for MBA.
The candidate must have at least 55% in masters degree and 60% in Bachelor degree in B.tech or B.E or its equivalent.
So academics performance matters a lot here.
Good luck!
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after a candiadate has more than 60% in graduation does the past academic records become a deciding factor for xat like some institue like iim b which gives emphasis on acads??
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I have secured 74% marks in madhyamik, 86% marks in higher secondary and 56% in my graduation. So, if i clear all the cut offs in XAT and get a call from XLRI, then what are my chances in converting the call.
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I have secured 74% marks in madhyamik, 86% marks in higher secondary and 56% in my graduation. sir if i clear all the cut offs in XAT and get a call from XLRI, then what are my chances in converting the call.
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i have not got good marks in 10 and 12 so can i get admission in XLRI for MBA??
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i have got 67.6% marks in my 10th ,, 59.6% marks in my 12th standard and 65% marks in my graduation. can i get admission in IIM or XLRI like reputed college for MBA if i score well in entrance ,CAT and XAT.
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Sir, I got 89% marks in 10th board, 75% marks in Intermediate ( 2) and 70% marks in Bachelor's course. Do i have a chance of getting into XLRI?
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Sir, I got 89% marks in 10th board, 75% in 2, 70% in Bachelor's course. Can I get admission into IIM or XLRI?
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IS XLRI SATELLITE PROGRAM GOT VALUE IN THE MARKET
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I want to know the scope of XLRI satellite programme. I wanna do in SCM (Supply chain management). I am working with Nokia Siemens Networks. Anybody who can guide me?
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27th February 2012, 03:25 PM
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Default Re: Weightage given to academics in XLRI admission for MBA?

Hai,
Dear friend XLRI does not consider the marks of 10th and 12th standard.
It's just consider the marks of your graduation.
To get the admission into the XLRI you need to have 60% marks in your graduation.
All the best
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30th March 2012, 05:54 PM
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Default Re: Weightage given to academics in XLRI admission for MBA?

for appearing in entrance exam of XLRI you fullfill the criteria of 10th & +2.
but also you have to get 60% marks in graduation discipline
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I have secured 61% in 10th , 62% in 12th and 74 % in graduation . can i get admissions in xlri with these %.
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Ive got 84 in tenth and 89 on 12th with about 65 percent in graduation. Can some body tell me if I can get into Xl
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22nd July 2012, 01:33 PM
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ive got 58 in 10th and 50 on 12th nd 70% in graduation.can i get admission in xlri with these %...
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hello sir i have secured 88 in ssc and 83 in hsc and now currently pursuing bcom (second year) ,i wish to appear for xat 2013 but dont have any kinda level of work experience ....can i get into xlri jamshedpur for 2 year mba pgp programme? .....pls reply soon sir
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13th August 2012, 09:11 PM
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Default Re: Weightage given to academics in XLRI admission for MBA?

Hello ,

I dont think 12th and 10th marks are preferred for admission. Its the marks of graduation which matters. So 60% in graduation is necessary to get admission to XLRI

I didnt understand what you saying about the weightage. Please elaborate
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13th August 2012, 09:51 PM
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no,

10th or 12th marksheet are Not necessary in XLRI admission for MBA
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is work experience is required for getting admission in to XLRI?
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Is work experience necessary to get admission in XLRI?
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what is the difference between a candidate securing 90 % and another with 66% graduation marks for consideration of selection in XLRI??? plz answer...
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Dear all, There is no barrier for excellence, if you have wings to fly no one can stop you. I have one of my friend in IIM shillong and she secured only 58.5% marks in Grad. So stop listening to those who say 60% in grad is necessary or something like that. You are pursuing a dream to be a future manager, so start showing that attitude as Mr. Tata said, "I made decisions first then try to correct them". Stop listening to those so called experts and start listening to yourself. Talk to yourself, identify yourself, and then you fill find the expert inside you will make the correct decision about your life and future. So stop bothering by what someone says and All the Best!.

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Manish Chauhan,
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Program Manager at Wipro Technologies.
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