IRMA (Institute of Rural Management Anand) Results 2018

Last Updated - March 06 2018

The final IRMA 2018 Result is expected to be declared in the last week of March 2018. Aspirants can reach the result by entering their form number, roll number, and password on the official website. IRMA will announce separate sectional and overall scores.

  • Please take note that the score of IRMA will be valid for one year only.
  • It comprises appearing for Group Activity and Individual Interview/ Telephonic Interview round.
  • The final result for Indian Students will be based on their performance in IRMA 2018, in addition to CAT/XAT score.
  • For Foreign Aspirants, the scores of CAT/XAT/ GMAT will be the sole factor in deciding their admission.
  • Aspirants who meet the at least IRMA Cut off will proceed to further selection procedures.

Highlights of IRMA Result 2018

IRMA 2018 Result DateMarch 2018
Method of Result DeclarationOnline
Official Websitewww.irma.ac.in
Organizing BodyInstitute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA)
IRMA Result can be accessed usingForm number, roll number, and password
Details in IRMA Score CardOverall & Sectional Scores
Validity of IRMA Score1 year
IRMA Helpdeskadmis@irma.ac.in

How to Check IRMA Result 2018?

Aspirants will be able to view IRMA 2018 Result on the official website. Candidates should go via the following steps to check IRMA 2018 Result: IRMA will release the final result of 2018 tentatively around last week of March 2018.

  1. Visit the official website i.e. irma.ac.in.
  2. Click on IRMA 2018 Result link.
  3. Enter all the details as need: Registration number, Roll number, Password.
  4. Click on the submit button.
  5. The result will get displayed on the computer screen.
  6. Take few copies of a print of the same for future reference.

Details on IRMA Scorecard

The scorecard of IRMA 2018 will be declared as per the section and the category. The left column will consist of the name of the category which is termed as โ€˜Componentsโ€™ by the IRMA namely: There will be two columns.

  • General
  • OBC- Non-Creamy
  • SC
  • ST
  • Differently abled person (dap)

Whereas, the right column comprises the cut off out of the total 100 marks including:

  • Individual Interview (25)
  • Group Activity (25)
  • Written Test (50)

Important Dates of IRMA Result 2018

All IRMA 2018 information along with the important dates is given in the table below. Post declaration of the result of the written exam, further selection rounds will begin in the month of March. The final releasement for all selected aspirants will be made by the last week of March 2018.

EventImportant Dates
IRMA 2018 Exam DateFebruary 2018
A date for Group Activities and Individual InterviewFirst week of March 2018
The date for Telephonic Interview for Foreign NationalsThird week of March 2018
IRMA 2018 Final ResultsLast week of March 2018

Response Key of IRMA 2018

  • Aspirants can check IRMA Response Keys from the official website i.e. irma.ac.in.
  • IRMA will announce the official response keys by the end of February 2018.
  • With the help of IRMA Response Keys, candidates will calculate their scores and the total marks they have secured in the entire exams.
  • They can also be termed as solution papers. They help an aspirant learn about his performance in the exam before the result is out.
  • The response key will include responses in accordance with the sections as per the IRMA question format. 

Steps to download IRMA Response Key 2018

  1. Visit the official website of Institute of Rural Management Anand 
  2. Find the link to IRMA Response Key 2018
  3. Click on the link, enter your respective set code
  4. After entering the set code, your IRMA Response Key will appear in PDF Pattern with set wise
  5. Click on the print button to download IRMA Response Key in your device


Cut Off from IRMA 2018

Cut Off is the at least score or the percentile that one aspirant must score in order to get qualified for further selection process until the end. The below section displays the expected IRMA 2018 cut off on the basis of the last year:

CategoryCut Off (out of 100)
General51.9122
OBC (Non-Creamy)45.5614
SC35.0049
ST24.3972
Disabled Person29.9890

IRMA 2018 cut off will also determine on the basis the percentile scored by aspirants in CAT/XAT/ISC. The cut off is assumed to be approx:

CategoryCAT Score 2017 (in percentile)XAT Score 2018 (in percentile)ISC Marks (out of 40)
General808015.5
OBC- Non Creamy606010.5
SC45458.0
ST45458.0
Disabled Person45458.0

Read more about  IRMA Cut off

IRMA Merit List 2018

IRMA will declare the merit list soon after the releasement of IRMA 2018 result. The merit list is equally important to for the candidates. So, it is advisable to every aspirant to stay tuned to irma.ac.in for the merit list once the result is out. This is because the candidates will be shortlisted for a further selection process based on the merit list.


Selection Process of IRMA 2018

Indian Aspirants

IRMA has a 5 staged selection process for admission to PRM and FPRM course. IRMA selection process for Indian Aspirants will give weightage to the below factors:

  1. CAT 2017 or XAT 2018: IRMA initially used to organize clearly separate examination for admission to PRM and FPRM courses. But now, CAT or XAT score has become compulsory for appearing in IRMA 2018. Hence the first stage of IRMA selection process is completing the CAT 2017 and XAT 2018 cut-offs set by IRMA.
  2. Issues of Social Concern Test: Once the aspirant has completed the CAT or XAT cut-offs, he has to appear in Issues of Social Concern Test organizeed by IRMA. The students have to follow the detailed format of Issues of Social Concern Test and prepare accordingly before appearing in it.
  3. IRMA Cut off: Once the Issues of Social Concern Test is over, IRMA will declare a merit list based on this test and CAT 2017/ XAT 2018 for shortlisting aspirants for GD and PI.
Note: If a participant has both CAT 2016 and XAT2017 scores, he will be asked to set a preference for which score is to be used for their selection through an Email.
  1. Group Discussion and Individual Interview: Based on the Issues of Social Concern merit list, the aspirants will be further called for Group discussion and Individual interview.
  2. Combined/Final IRMA 2018 merit list: IRMA will finally select students for admission to PRM and FPRM course based on the scores of CAT 2017/ XAT 2018, ISC test, GD and PI.

The weightage given to all selection stages is given below. It helps in preparation of the final merit list.

ParameterWeightage
CAT/XAT score + Issues of Social Concern Test50%
Group Discussion25%
Individual Interview25%

Foreign Aspirants

  1. Participants from Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries and Sons & Daughters of Non-Resident Indian(s) may apply via GMAT/ GRE Scores (taken on or after January 2012) / CAT2017 / XAT 2018 scores.
  2. Participants would be shortlisted on the basis of above-mentioned test score and Telephonic Individual Interview.

Normalization of Marks for IRMA 2018

The normalization score for the final IRMA 2018 merit list will be determined on the basis of CAT 2016/XAT 2017 score, ISC score, GD and PI score. Aspirants can follow these steps to evaluate their normalized score.

Step 1. CAT Score = C (out of 300)

XAT Score = X (out of 78)

Modified CAT Score = (C/300).160 =w1

Modified XAT Score = (X/78).160 =w1

Select maximum of either Modified CAT Score or Modified XAT Score

If aspirant has appeared only in CAT or XAT then Modified CAT Score or the Modified XAT Score would be considered

Step 2. W1 + ISC score = W2

ISC score is obtained out of 40.

Hence the maximum possible marks for W2 becomes 160+40=200.

Step 3. W3 = (W2/200).50

Step 4. Normalized PI marks = Normalized Score of PI panels

Normalized GA marks = Normalized Score of GA panels

Step 5. W4 = Normalized PI marks + Normalized GA marks

Maximum marks of PI is 25

Maximum marks of GA is 25

Maximum marks possible for W4 is 50

Step 6. Overall marks = W3 + W4

Maximum Marks possible is 100.


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