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DMS IIT Delhi: Admission, Programmes, Fees, Cut-Off, etc.


An idea that was first proposed in 1963 eventually evolved into the Department of Management Studies. What was then only a seed began to take root, and in 1974, IIT Delhi formed an internal committee to examine how the institute’s management division was run. To formally investigate the prospect of establishing this field in a more sustained manner, an expert committee was established in 1975. The outcome was the creation of the School for System Studies’ M.Tech curriculum in “Management Systems” (later renamed the School for Systems and Management Studies). In 1978, the Management Core Group was established at IIT(D), and the fundamental components of a full-time management education programme were reaffirmed by an advisory committee made up of leaders from the industry and academia. There has been no turning back since. System and Management Studies School was renamed as System and Management Studies Centre. The Centre for Management Studies was the new name given to this.

The Department was established in 1993 when the IIT (D) laws were amended. It is evident that the Department meets a demand perceived by the Indian Industry and finds fulfilment in its strong field focus throughout the programme. The Department of Management Studies introduced its MBA programmes in 1997 in response to input from alumni, industry, and students. The department now offers a three-year part-time MBA curriculum (with a concentration on technology management) and a two-year full-time MBA degree (general with a focus in Telecommunication Systems Management). The IIT Delhi MBA programme is created with the needs of the industry and the evolving business environment in mind. Our academic programme is on par with the best offered by top business schools in the world for preparing managers to take on the latest demands of the dynamic market. The overall programme strives to produce well-rounded managers who have been trained by highly regarded faculty members, who are assisted by seasoned executives who serve as external faculty members from India and other countries. A thorough screening process that include an interview, group discussion, and CAT score is used to determine which students are admitted. IITD MBAs have a good track record.

  1. MBA
  2. Executive MBA
  3. Doctoral (PhD)
  4. MDP Program
  5. International Student Internship
  6. Minor Area Programme
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Candidates who meet the following requirements can apply to be admitted to the Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programme.

  • A bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from any university established by an act of the national or state legislature in India, from other educational establishments created by a law passed by Parliament, from institutions declared to be considered universities under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or from any other equivalent qualification recognised by the Indian government’s Ministry of HRD.
  • After finishing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or an equivalent programme, the candidate must have completed a minimum of three years of education to receive a bachelor’s degree or an equal certificate.
  • a minimum of 60% overall (during all years/semesters) or a CGPA of at least 6.00 on a 10-point scale, or the equivalent, in the qualifying degree.
  • A 5% mark relaxation (minimum of 55%) or an equivalent CGPA reduction (minimum of 5.50 on a 10-point scale) for students who are SC/ST/PwD.
    Applications are also accepted from candidates who have finished their degree requirements and are awaiting results, as well as those who are taking the qualifying exam for a bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Should they be chosen, these applicants will only be granted provisional admission to the programme provided they turn in a certificate by a specific deadline.
  • After passing the CAT in 2023, applicants to the MBA programmes at IIT Delhi will be contacted for a shortlist and extended an invitation to attend an interview at the university.

Only candidates with a minimal CAT cut off are taken into consideration for the PI shortlisting procedure. The general category sectional 80 percentile and overall 90 percentile are the IIT Delhi MBA CAT cutoffs. The following are the CAT cutoffs for each category:

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On the basis of the Shortlisting Index (SI), candidates will be contacted. SI is calculated using the six parameters’ given weights. The table below provides the specifics:

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Class 10 and 12 grade requirements for admission and shortlisting:

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Points for work experience are awarded monthly:

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DMS IIT Delhi will release the final candidate admission list following PI. The weighting of the MBA admission shortlist criteria is not disclosed. However, since there won’t be a WAT, the following entrance requirements are anticipated:

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  • Go to to sign up for the CAT examination.
  • Visit the DMS IIT Delhi website at after the CAT results are announced.
  • Select the MBA programme from the Admissions menu.
  • Verify the tentative dates and click the “Click here to apply” tab.
  • Carefully review the eligibility conditions and instructions.
  • Sign up under “New registration.”
  • Sign in and provide the necessary information in the application form.
  • Upload files, like passport dimensions, Picture, autograph, and 2023 CAT score card
    Applications for MBA and MBA (Telecom) are accepted.
  • For a single programme, pay the application cost of INR 1600 (General, GEN-EWS, and OBC) or INR 3200 (General, GEN-EWS, and OBC) for two programmes.
    Send in the application.
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