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Mandatory Disclosure by Institutions running PGDBM/PGDM/MBA programmes to be included in their respective information Brochure, Displayed on their website and to be submitted to AICTE every year well before the admission process.

The following information is to be given in the Information Brochure besides being hosted on the Institution’s official Website.

NAME OF THE INSTITUTION:

Entrepreneurship and Management Processes International (EMPI)

❖ Address:

CSKM Educational Complex, Satbari, Chattarpur,

New Delhi 110074

❖ Telephone : 011-26652373 / 2375 / 3764 / 4732 / 4727

❖ Fax : 011-26654422

❖ e-mail : empi@ / pgdbm@empi.ac.in

I. NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR

Dr. U. K Neogi

I-1662, C. R Park

New Delhi 110019

II. GOVERNANCE

The governance of the Institute - Entrepreneurship, Management Processes International is uniquely positioned, in its Governing Board, having from its inception, regular counsel of an Eminent Persons Group led by Patron Chairman Late Mr. Ajit Narayan Haksar (Chairman emeritus ITC Ltd..) and including patron members Late Col. P.S. Satsangi, VSM, Mr. P.S. Bami, Dr. D.V. Kapur, Mr. N. Vittal, Mr. Udai Pareek, Ms. Tara Sinha and the like. All these men / women achievers in fields of their own specialization have lead to creation of Centres of Excellence in their respective areas – refer organizational chart as Annexure-I. Our Management Institute is also beneficiary of a large number of international visitors, guides and consultants. This has helped the Institute in networking internationally and creating an environment of global awareness for our academics.

1. Members of the Governing Board and their brief background

a. Mr. Gurnam Saran:

Formerly Director BHEL, President IEEMA & Sr. Management, Consultant

Commonwealth (UK)

Mr. Gurnam Saran an Engineering Graduate of 1957 followed by Post Graduation in Industrial Management in UK, is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Engineers (Management). While working as Director BHEL, President IEEMA & Sr. Management Consultant Commonwealth (UK); he has to his credit enriching the processes of Executive training and Management Development on the one hand Research & Cosultancy on the other. This is evident from the fact that during early eighties while holding the position of Executive Director BHEL Haridwar plant, employing nearly 14000 employees (with nearly 1.5 lakh population in the BHEL Township), Mr. Saran enabled establishment of a Degree College and setting up of the DPS as add-ons to the 19 School’s operated by BHEL in the town. His involvement at the same time in improving the Research & Development and Productivity & Quality standards for the employees of BHEL at all levels – executives, supervisors and workers, gave him great insights for making Training & Education more effective and development driven. Recognising his talents and interest, the BHEL Board involved Mr. Saran in developing the Management Development Institute of BHEL in New Delhi. His academic interest and developmental nature caught the eyes of many an Industry associations and bodies like the NPC and ASCI and he became a well known speaker and visiting faculty to Universities and Training set-ups not restricted to India but extended to other countries like Japan, Thailand, Nepal and Singapore. He has to his credit publishing of more than 20 papers. Later his interest took him to visit Institutions like the Harvard Business School, the MIT, the Manchester Business School and the International University of Japan on study missions during 1992-94 prior to his establishing the EMPI Business School at New Delhi in 1994 of which he became the founder Honorary President. Emphasizing on the need for job oriented education the EMPI Business School admitted 10+2 pass-outs for Entrepreneurial cum Vocational training at under-graduate level. In 1995, a separate set-up under the title of “Entrepreneurship Management Processes International – The Management Institute” for imparting Post-graduate Diploma in Business Management after obtaining due approval from the AICTE.

a. Dr. P. C. Mittal

Founder Vice Chancellor, erstwhile EMPI University, Raipur; Dr. Mittal has been the former Dean Raipur Medical College, Raipur and has been the Advisor to Minister for Medical Education (Chhattisgarh), Ex nominated Member of Executive Council, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur. Prior to retirement as Dean Medical College, Raipur in 1999 he has accumulated 36 years of Teaching Experience including 33 years at Post graduate level and guiding 45 Thesis for Master’s Degree & published / presented 25 research papers. His 15 years of administrative experience as HOD include 5 years at higher level as Joint Director & Dean of the Medical College. As member of Selection Committee of State PSC’s and All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, and President of State Societies, his visits abroad include assignments to USA as WHO distinguished fellow in the fields of “Preservation of Blindness” and Australia as VGC delegate. His achievements include Dr. WAGLE’s ORATION AWARD in the field of “Preservation of Blindness” successfully managing the 2 lacs to 2.5 lacs eye patients in Bhopal Gas Tragedy in 1984 as HOD, Eye Department Medical College, Bhopal.

a. Dr. M.V. Rao

Ph.D. (Technology Transfer to Developing Countries), IIT–Delhi.

Dr. Rao has more than 35 years of experience as a Marketing Executive does in one of India’s largest Engineering Company (BHEL) operating internationally. Having handled exports world-wide, he brings enormous wealth of current knowledge in International Business with continuing interest in academics, he is serving as a visiting faculty to prominent institutions in Europe as well as in India.

4 Dr. A.N. Saksena

Ph. D. (Economics), (Sardar Patel University), M. Sc. (Maths) (Allahabad University), Masters Diploma in Public Administration, (IIPA, Delhi), Post Graduate Diploma in TQM (IOD) & PR (PRSI), Computer based M.I.S. (IIM-Ahmedabad)

Former Addl. Secretary, Ministry of Commerce, Government of India

Dr. Saksena’s more than 10 years of experience includes serving as Director on the Boards of (i) Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (ii) Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., (iii) Gas Authority of India Ltd., (iv) Oil India Ltd., (v) Dredging Corporation of India, (vi) Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., (vii) Indian Road Construction Corporation, (vii) Delhi Transport Corporation, (ix) Hooghly Docking & Port Engineers Ltd.(x) Mughal Lines Ltd., (xi) Trustee Kandla Port Trust, (xii) Member Inland Waterways Authority of India and also as Trustee of P.F. Gratuity Fund & Pension Fund of Oil India.

While serving with the Govt. of India in the Ministries listed below, Dr. Saksena brings with him experience of working on the Empowered Standing Committee / Steering Committee and Award Committee in IOC, ONGC, GAIL and OIL.

- Finance

- Shipping & Transport

- Petroleum & Natural Gas

- HRD (Deptt. of Women & Child Development)

- I & B

- Law & Justice

- Railways

e. Mrs Kamala Natrajan

Mrs. Natrajan is M.A. in English and Diploma in Nathirangam, has been a well-known proponent of performing arts. She was the founder Principal of Bharat Natyam Dance School at Haridwar and has been throughout involved in social work.

f. Dr. Sant Kumari

Dr. Kumari, a Ph. D. in Sanskrit has served the Dayalbagh Educational Institute (a Deemed University) for more than 35 years. A dedicated academician involved in teaching and research, she is devoting her post-retirement in social work.

g. Mr. Y. K. Gauba

A trained Industrial Engineer. Mr. Gauba has more than 35 years of experience with both Public & Private sector where he held leading management positions including MNCs like FAG Bearings and Temic. He is currently the CEO, handling the operations of Daimler Benz subsidiary in China.

1 Mr. Pankaj Saran

A Graduate Honours in Psychology followed by specialized education and training in Japanese Management. Pankaj has been involved in consulting with Industry as also designing innovative educational systems. His interests in cognitive psychology have led him to the study of Learning Organisations wherein he finds the basic unit to which strategic processes and Japanese Management practices can be reduced. He has consulted with some large companies for installing Japanese Management methods. His current research interests include Public policy and study of Competitive Advantage of Indian firms, while on the psychology side he is using the Assessment Centre technique for the assessment & development of managerial potential and also issues concerning the design of learning organisations. He is the conceptualiser of EMPI Institution, initially focusing on entrepreneurial and vocational education at undergraduate level set up in 1994 followed by Entrepreneurship and Management Processes International -The Management Institute in 1995 and subsequently adding to it Training & Development, Research & Consultancy wings. He is the Vice President (Policy & Development) and heads the EMPI’s EU-India International Business Management Research Unit and the EMPI Professional Training & Development Academy. His other initiatives include creation of “We Think for India – WTI” through which he got a large body of intellectuals to develop draft policy papers on “manufacturing” and facilitated their scrutiny for final submission to the Prime Minister for consideration in 2003. More recently he initiated a drive for promoting a culture of innovation in India as a movement conducted by the EMPI which got commendations from the President of India.

2. Members of the Academic Advisory Board

| Chairman |

|Mr. P.S. Bami, Chairman (Former Chairman, NTPC, President Energy Forum) |

|Mr. Gurnam Saran, Alternate Chairman, Former Director BHEL, President IEEMA & Sr. Management, Consultant Commonwealth |

|(UK); |

|Members |

|Bhatia S.K. (Dr.), Senior Vice President & Technical Consultant (Retd), Avery India Lt |

|Gupta, S.K. (Dr.), CEO Leroy Somer & Controls India (P) Ltd. |

|Kaul, Om (Dr.), President, Om Kaul Associates Pvt. Ltd. |

|Krishna C.M. (Mr), Hony. Advisor, PHDCCI, New Delhi |

|Lakhotia, R.N. (Mr), Principal Lakhotia College of Taxation and Tax Consultant, formerly Indian Revenue Service, Tax |

|Consultant, New Delhi |

|Misra Sasi B. (Dr.), Distinguished Fellow, EDI, Former Senior Professor IIM, Ahmedabad |

|Saran, Pankaj, (Mr), Vice President, (Policy & Development), Head, Professional Training Academy & Research. EMPI |

|Management Institute. |

|Sharma, Piyush, (Mr), Joint Labour Commissioner cum Joint Secretaory, Labour Department, Commissioner Office, Government|

|of Delhi |

|Srivatava, Manu, (Mr), General Manager, Application consulting sales, Oracle India (Alumni - EMPI) |

|Verma, S.P., (Dr.), Sr. Director & Sr. Dean emeritus EMPI; formerly Professor IIPA & Director Social Sciences IGNOU |

|Dr. Ashok Jain, Fellow, National Academy of Sciences, Former Director, NISTADS, New Delhi. |

|Prof. Aditya Saxena, Fr. Additional Secretary, Govt of India, New Delhi |

|Dr. U. K Neogi, Director, Entrepreneurship & Management Processes International, New Delhi |

|Secretary |

|i. Dhongde, Arun, Col (Retd.), Dean, EMPI |

3. Frequency of the Governing Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body.

Twice in a year

4. Organizational chart and processes

(Please see Annexure I)

5. Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/ improvements.

1. Faculty:

EMPI Faculty operates as a cohesive team and extends coverage to all dimensions of responsibility as elaborately given in the AICTE norms and standards books. Special committees ensure timely execution of academic achievements as per plan and maintaining of high standard of discipline via our 24 x 7 fully residential campus.

2. EMPI students participate in:

• Feedback for evaluation of performance of Faculty and help in identifying new entrants.

• Hosting visits of Guest Speakers.

• Placement Centre activities

• Propose purchase of specific books, journals & periodicals for the library.

• Participation in external seminar and workshops

• Organising extra-curricular activities – cultural, sports and games, quizzes & debates

• Management of Residential facilities

• Participate in activities pertaining to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

• Indigenous case writing and development.

PROGRAMMES

1. Name of the Programmes (Full Time) approved by the AICTE:

PGDM

PGDM (Ad comm.)

PGDM (HR)

PGDM (GB)

PGDM (RBA)

.

2 Name of the Programmes (Part Time) approved by the AICTE. :

None.

4 Name and duration of programme(s), if any, not approved by AICTE and being run in the same campus.

None

6 For each Programme the following details are to be given:

i. PGDM (BM)

a) Name: Two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM (BM))

b) Number of seats: 120

c) Duration: Two years

d) Cut off mark for admission during the last 2 years.

EMPI respects Government directive and considers all applications coming through either of national level pre-qualifying tests like CAT / MAT / XAT / JMET / ATMA / CET / JEE and conducts day long Personality Profiling Exercise including Psychological Testing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for leveling various factors of selection standard. Based on performance in all these tests, their Academic achievements and Work Experience cut-off for admission is determined.

e) Fee:

(Please see Annexure II)

f) Placement Facilities

Regular EMPI Placement Centre operating under the supervision and guidance of senior faculty maintains close contact with industry. Necessary pro-active steps are taken to facilitate regular interactions with industry and business enterprises through out the year, thereby enabling industry to become fully aware about the unique features of the EMPI’s fully residential programmes which includes a EMPI’s unique Executive Fitness (EFP) and Personality Assessment Centre, Enhancement & Upgradation Process (PACE-UP). Majority of final year students are placed within Jan-February months much before they take their final year examination held in the month of April / May.

Career prospects for our students are excellent, particularly with our emphasis on building in them entrepreneurial capability, internalising practitioner orientation, an international perspective and personality development through our 24 x 7 residential learning through its full time living environment. The response of the industry and business houses has been extremely encouraging and favourable

List of organization who offered placements to our students enclosed. (Please see Annexure - III)

g) Campus placements in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary.

(Please see Annexure - IV)

ii. PGDM (Ad Comm)

a) Name: Two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Advertising, Communication & Marketing Management

b) Number of seats: 30

c) Duration: Two years

d) Cut off mark for admission during the last 2 years.

EMPI respects Government directive and considers all applications coming through either of national level pre-qualifying tests like CAT / MAT / XAT / JMET / ATMA / CET / JEE and conducts day long Personality Profiling Exercise including Psychological Testing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for leveling various factors of selection standard. Based on performance in all these tests, their Academic achievements and Work Experience cut-off for admission is determined.

e) Fee:

(Please see Annexure II)

f) Placement Facilities

This course begins from current academic year

g) Campus placements in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary.

This course begins from current academic year

iii. PGDM (HR)

a) Name: Two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

b) Number of seats: 30

c) Duration: Two years

d) Cut off mark for admission during the last 2 years.

EMPI respects Government directive and considers all applications coming through either of national level pre-qualifying tests like CAT / MAT / XAT / JMET / ATMA / CET / JEE and conducts day long Personality Profiling Exercise including Psychological Testing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for leveling various factors of selection standard. Based on performance in all these tests, their Academic achievements and Work Experience cut-off for admission is determined.

e) Fee:

(Please see Annexure II)

f) Placement Facilities

This course begins from current academic year

g) Campus placements in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary.

This course begins from current academic year

iv. PGDM (GB)

a) Name: Two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Global Business Management

b) Number of seats: 30

c) Duration: Two years

d) Cut off mark for admission during the last 2 years.

EMPI respects Government directive and considers all applications coming through either of national level pre-qualifying tests like CAT / MAT / XAT / JMET / ATMA / CET / JEE and conducts day long Personality Profiling Exercise including Psychological Testing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for leveling various factors of selection standard. Based on performance in all these tests, their Academic achievements and Work Experience cut-off for admission is determined.

e) Fee:

(Please see Annexure II)

f) Placement Facilities

This course begins from current academic year

g) Campus placements in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary.

This course begins from current academic year

v. PGDM (RBA)

a) Name: Two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Research & Business Analytics Management

b) Number of seats:30

c) Duration: Two years

d) Cut off mark for admission during the last 2 years.

EMPI respects Government directive and considers all applications coming through either of national level pre-qualifying tests like CAT / MAT / XAT / JMET / ATMA / CET / JEE and conducts day long Personality Profiling Exercise including Psychological Testing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for leveling various factors of selection standard. Based on performance in all these tests, their Academic achievements and Work Experience cut-off for admission is determined.

e) Fee:

(Please see Annexure II)

f) Placement Facilities

This course begins from current academic year

g) Campus placements in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary.

This course begins from current academic year

Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/ collaboration with Foreign University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of AICTE approval.

None

Details of the Foreign Institution/University:

h) Name of the University / Institution:

We do not conduct any franchised degree programme of any foreign University at EMPI

However, pursing the vision of incorporating Research & Case based learning in our pedagogy, EMPI’s effort got a fillip when its research proposal was accepted and awarded a major grant from EU in 1998 for conducting research alongwith Scuola di Amministrazione Aziendale (SAA), School of Management, University of Turin, Italy, Helsinki School of Economics & Business Administration (HSEBA), Finland.

Other parts of EMPI’s vision to maintain pedagogical parity with the best institutes of the world has been achieved through building faculty to faculty network relationship with other European, American & South Asian schools whereby these institutions have option to sought each other’s help for exchange visits of students and faculty without any obligation to conduct each other’s examination or award degrees. Exchange of students wherever requested general understanding, and global exposure does not involve any fee payments to other institution.

Thus network arrangement with the foreign universities / institutions cover the following dimensions.

|Academic Collaboration Involving: |Institutions with which EMPI has or has had collaborations |

|Student Exchange for international |Lille Graduate School of Management (ESC Lille), France |

|understanding. |Scuola di Amministrazione Aziendale (SAA), |

|Faculty Exchange |School of Management, University of Turin, Italy, |

|Joint Research |Helsinki School of Economics & Business Administration (HSEBA),|

|Joint EDPs |Finland. |

| |REIMS Management School, France |

i) Address: Not Applicable

j) Website: Not Applicable

k) Is the Institution / University Accredited in its Home Country:

Not Applicable

l) Ranking of the Institution / University in the Home Country:

Not Applicable

m) Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian degree?

If yes, the name of the agency which has approved equivalence. If no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in India and abroad and jobs both within and outside the country.

Not Applicable

n) Nature of Collaboration: Not Applicable

o) Conditions of Collaboration: Not Applicable

p) Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefits of collaboration. Not Applicable

For each Collaborative / affiliated Programme give the following:

q) Programme Focus: Not Applicable

r) Number of seats: Not Applicable

s) Admission Procedure: Not Applicable

t) Fee: Not Applicable

u) Placement Facility: Not Applicable

v) Placement Records for last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary: Not Applicable

Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic / Foreign Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required under notification no. 37-3/Legal/2005 dated 16th May, 2005.

Not Applicable

FACULTY

1. Number of faculty members:

a. Permanent faculty – 29 (Please see Annexure - V)

b. Visiting faculty - 45

c. Adjunct faculty – 0

d. Guest faculty – 32

13 Profile of each faculty with qualifications, total experience, age and duration of employment at the institute concerned.

Please see Annexure - VI

14 Number of faculty employed and left during the last two years

Please see Annexure - VII

15 Profile of Director/Principal with qualifications, total experience, age and duration of employment at the institute concerned.

Name : Dr. U. K Neogi

Date of Birth : 10.01.1949

Academic Qualifications: M.Sc.-1st Class from Calcutta University,

Ph.D (Business Practices) from University of Pune,

D.Lit (Management)-pursuing

Details of Experience Industrial /Academics:

* More than 35 years experience in education and industry

* Served as “Director” in 2 different high profile AICTE Management

Institutes:

People’s Institute of Management and Research &

Accurate Institute of Management and Technology

* Worked as “Principal” in Jawaharlal Institute of Technology

* Worked in corporate sectors of repute as Vice-president in Gujarat

Heavy Chemicals Ltd, President in Birlas, Managing Director of

Jawaharlal Spinning Mills Ltd. etc.

Date of the appointment in the present institution : 23.02.2009

1 Whether student assessment of faculty is in force: Yes

FEE

3 Details of fee, as approved by State Fee Committee, for the Institution

Details submitted to the Department of Training & Technical Education on 20th April 2004.

4 Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme

Annual

Alternatively semester wise on request in special cases

5 Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.

(Please see Annexure VIII)

6 Number of scholarships offered by the institute with the name of students, duration and amount.

(Please see Annexure - VIII)

7 Criteria for fee waivers/scholarships.

- Merit Scholarship: Full / Partial scholarships are available for meritorious students.

- Earn while you Learn: Financial support like Teaching / Research / Consulting Assistantships are also available under EMPI’s “Earn While You Learn Scheme”.

- Defence Service Concession: A sum of Rs. 40,000 is waived from the fees of dependents of serving Defence Personnel / Kargil Martyrs.

- Disabled / Handicapped: As above

8 Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.

Annual 2-semester block charges inclusive of lodging & boarding in 2008-09 are

Rs. 62000/-

VII ADMISSION

1. Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.

• Number – 120, Year of approval – 2004

2. Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last two years.

• 120 per year

3. Number of applications received during last two years.

| |2007 |2008 |2009 |

|Opted to apply for EMPI through |41354 |61502 |75510 |

|CAT / MAT / XAT | | | |

VIII. ADMISSION PROCEDURE

1. Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website).

• MAT – All India Management Association, management House, 14 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110 003, aima-

• CAT – Indian Institute of Management, Admissions Office, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, P.O. Kunnamangalam, Calicut, 673571, Kerala, iimk.ac.in

• XAT – Xavier’s Labour Research Institute, C.H. Area (East), Post Box 222, Jamshedpur, 831001, xlri.edu, xlri.ac.in

2. Number of seats allotted to different Test qualified candidates CAT, MAT, XAT, (State conducted tests / University tests).

Ours is an open application format, please see Question No IV-4-d.

3. Calendar:

• Last date for request for applications: July 10

• Last date for submission of application: July 10

• Dates for Group Discussion (GD) / Interviews

Tests Test Dates

September MAT October – November

December MAT January – February

CAT March

XAT March

February MAT April – May

May MAT June

• Dates for announcing final results.

Tests Result Announcement

Main list – latest by 25th May

Waiting list – 26th May

September MAT December

December MAT March

CAT April

XAT April

February MAT May

May MAT July

• Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day)

As above

• Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less then 15 days)

20 days from the date of issue of Admission Offer Letter

• Last date for closing of admission.

July 15

• Starting of the Academic session.

July 17

• The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list

expiry of date of main list and activation of waiting list –

Is being followed.

• Notified policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, is as per AICTE guidelines.

IX. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION

1. Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, GD, Interview etc.

Parameter wise weightage:

• Index Score (Psychological Test Score x Written Test Score / 100): 50%

• Group Discussion: 20%

• Personal Interview: 20%

• Academic Qualification: (10th, 12th & Graduation): 5%

• Work Experience: 5%

Parameter-wise qualifying criteria:

• National Level Test: 60 Percentile & above,

• Psychological Testing: 80 Percentile & above

• Index Score: 50% & above

• GD / PI average: 62.5% & above (25 / 40)

• GD: 57.5% & above (23 / 40)

• PI: 57.5% & above (23 / 40)

• Academic Qualification:

50% and above in 10th, 12th and Graduation

(Relaxation in graduation marks is given (45% – 49%) in case total score is 62.5% or above).

• Work Experience:

1 Year: 30% (3/10)

2 Years: 50% (5/10)

3 Years: 70% (7/10)

4 Years: 90% (9/10)

Engineering Graduates: 50% (5/10)

Merit list is made on the basis of marks scored on various parameters and selection is made on the basis of overall merit.

With EMPI’s emphasis on assessment of overall personality carried out through its day long Assessment Centre Exercise, relaxation in minimum criteria may be considered by the Admissions Committee where the overall personality assessment is found outstanding on majority factors.

2. Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any, for any criteria.

At least a 3-year Bachelor's degree or equivalent in any discipline recognised by the AIU / AICTE as eligible for Post Graduate Studies. Candidates appearing for the final examination for the Bachelor's degree (or equivalent exam.) can also apply.

3. Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores (section-wise and / or total as case may be) of the candidates in the admission test who are called for GD/ Interview.

EMPI respects Government directive and considers all applications coming through either of national level pre-qualifying tests like CAT / MAT / XAT / JMET / ATMA / CET / JEE and conducts day long Personality Profiling Exercise including Psychological Testing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for leveling various factors of selection standard. Based on performance in all these tests, their Academic achievements and Work Experience cut-off for admission is determined.

4. Mention last two years cut-off percentage & percentile (section-wise and / or total as the case may be) of the candidates called for GD / Interview.

As described in IV-4-d we prefer to call 80 % and as interested students who have qualified through any of pre-qualifying test approved by the government.

5. Display marks scored in Test, GD, Interview etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who come for GD / Interview etc.

Annexure - IX

Item No I - IX must be given in information brochure and must be hosted as fixed content in the Website of the Institution.

The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to X –XIII.

X APPLICATION FORM

Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.

Application form can be downloaded from EMPI website i.e. .

LIST OF APPLICANTS

List of candidates whose applicable have been received alongwith percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied alongwith percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.

Annexure - X

CRITERIA FOR GD / PERSONAL INTERVIEW

1. Norms adopted for calling the candidates for Group Discussion / Personal Interview. (It has to be strictly in order of merit.)

In order of merit only

2. Attributes for evaluation in GD/Interview.

1. Group Discussion:

2. Communication Skills

3. Interpersonal Skills

4. Leadership

5. Persuasiveness

6. Overall Selectors Assessment

Interview:

1. Managerial Aptitude

2. Subject Knowledge

3. Business Awareness

4. Problem Solving Ability

5. Communication Skills

6. Personality Impact

RESULTS

1. Composition of evaluation team with the brief profiles of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over)

Annexure - XI

2. Score of the individual candidates called for Group Discussion and Interview in each of the components including the test and in total, arranged in order of merit.

Annexure - XII

3. List of candidates who have been offered admission in each category.

Annexure - XIII

4. Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates, category-wise.

Annexure - XIV

5. List of the candidates who joined within the date vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list.

Annexure - XV

Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.

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