Candidates seeking admission to Master of Management Studies (MMS) Course should be Graduate of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only). Candidates who appear for the final year examination 2021 of any Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the AIU can also apply. Such candidates can apply for provisional admission subject to passing the Degree examination with the percentage of marks mentioned above.
Candidates should have appeared for the Common Entrance Test (MAH-MBA/MMS-CET) conducted by the DTE (15% seats will be filled by All India Quota). All should note that in this 15% All India Quota Seats will be filled through CAT (conducted by IIMs)/JMET (conducted by IITs)/MAT (conducted by AIMA in 2021)/XAT (conducted by XLRI)/ATMA (conducted by AIMS) & CMAT (conducted by the AICTE) and should have obtained the requisite score.
The admissions to the Master of Management Studies programme are governed by the selection procedure as described in the Information Brochure Directorate of Technical Education Maharashtra State, Mumbai MAH-MBA/MMS which is issued every year by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Government of Maharashtra.
The students who are allotted GNIMS Institute of Management are required to produce these certificates in Original and 3 sets of Photocopies duly attested and two passport size photographs. The Blood Group must be mentioned in the form at the time of admission.
All candidates selected for admission to Master of Management Studies are required to register with the University of Mumbai as Post-graduate students. Selection of the candidates for admission to MMS Course is provisional and confirmed only on fulfillment of the following:
The knowledge and insights gained as a result of such sessions have immediate applications for high-priority management challenges. Thus, we try to be a support pillar by meeting the gap between industry standards and expectations from corporate workforce, while fulfilling the main objectives of the organisation they are working for.