Admission Policy for Overseas Indian Candidate and Foreign Candidate
Overseas Indian Candidate
Overseas Indian Candidate (OIC) are the Indian nationals with an Indian valid passport, residing outside India for at least 12 months continuously as on December 30, 2021.
Foreign Candidate are the foreign nationals who hold a valid passport of a foreign country.
The candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA i.e. 6 CGPA on a 10-point scale. The candidates are required to have a valid Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) score of 650 and above to apply for PGP program. Since medium of instructions is in English, a candidate has to have TOEFL passing certificate with a score of 80 in case of IBT or 520 in case of PBT.
Note: The original certificates will be returned to the students immediately after making an endorsement to this effect and due verification of the same.
Medical Examination: Undergo the medical examination and get the medical fitness certificate. As per Government of India (I) rules all international students entering India on student visa have to be tested for HIV and will not be given admission if found to be positive. All international students will be required to pay medical fees of US $ 50, which includes the medical insurance cover for the first year. For second year, the medical insurance fees will be same as for other Indian students and is included in other fees.
Tuition Fee and payment schedule
After receiving provisional admission, the student should get the student VISA and complete all other requirements including fee payment. Student should report at the Institute for registration on July 1, 2022. Subsequently the candidate needs to pay the requisite fee as per the following schedule in Indian Rupees, based on the prevailing exchange rate in the RBI website on the day of Payment. The amount shown in US$ is equivalent one.
Note that tuition fee includes cost of academic materials, library, computer lab and sports facilities. However, it does not include medical expenses.
The international students will abide by all the rules and regulations of the program set by IIM Raipur and the code of conduct as applicable to Indian students pursuing same program. The above rules will be applicable to international students of the PGP at IIM Raipur. In addition to these rules, the rules that are applicable for regular PGP students will also be applicable and the same will be given at the time of registration to the programme. In case of any differences on the interpretation of these rules and regulations, the interpretation of the Institute authorities will be final. The fees are liable to revision and students will have to pay the revised fees as applicable. The decision of the Institution authorities will be final and binding if the points are not stated.