Our goal is to provide you with support through the admissions process and to furnish a timely
response to your completed application in accordance with deadlines and decision notification
dates. You can download application form from our website or contact us directly.
Contact us in the following address:
Naipunnya Group of Educational Institutions,
Naipunnya NagarPongam, Koratty East,
INDIA. Pin - 680 308
TEL: +91 (480) 2730340, 9446218306, 9446143807
Any student who has passed any degree of the University of Calicut (including degree programmes of SDE/ Open degree programme of SDE, University of Calicut) or that of any other University or institute or institution recognized by the UGC or AICTE. Programmes of other Universities or institutions shall be in 10+ 2+ 3 pattern (or 10+ 2+ 4) under regular stream. In all the cases, the student should have passed the bachelor degree examination with not less than 50 % marks in aggregate including the marks of languages if any (without approximation, that is, 49.9999 % is not eligible since it is less than 50%), is eligible for admission. However, SC/ST, OBC, and other eligible communities shall be given relaxation as per University rules. : Click Here
The admission to the programme shall be made on the basis of the score in the entrance test called CMAT
conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) or KMAT conducted by Admission Supervisory Committee,
Government of Kerala or CAT conducted by consortium of IIM’s and the marks of the Group Discussion,
Personal Interview obtained by the candidates in the Plus Two /Pre degree examination put together in the following proportion:
The rank score shall be arrived at as follows:
The minimum required Test Score required to be obtained by the candidate to be eligible for
admission to MBA Programme is 10% for the general candidates and 7.5 % for SC/ST candidates.
All entrance tests shall be considered at par and will be converted to a common denominator of 120 for the purpose of preparing rank list.
The Weightage for Plus Two / PDC shall be based on total marks obtained by the students in all parts,
(that is, languages and subjects or Part I, Part II and Part III).Up to 50% aggregate marks obtained in the plus two examination: No Weightage.
Every one per cent of over and above 50 percent, one mark will be given subject to a maximum of 30 marks for Higher Secondary or equivalent thereof.
For calculating this academic Weightage, marks obtained in the Plus two/ Higher Secondary / PDC up to 0.49% will be rounded
to lower full digit marks and 0.5 and above will be rounded to next full digit marks.
Admission components include: