Herobuilders

In: Business and Management

Submitted By ad1992
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Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai
Cut Off Merit of CAP Round-I for Admission to First Year of Two Years Full Time Post Graduate Degree Course in Management viz .
MBA/MMS & Post-Graduate Diploma Courses in Management viz. PGDBM/PGDM for the Academic Year 2015-2016

MB1005 - Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University,Amravati
100510110 - M. B. A.
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GNT2H

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GOBCH

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5903 (76.111)

6846 (72.315)

7526 (69.86)

16240 (37.666)

GOBCO

9880 (60.768)

AI

6568 (60.785)

Legends: AI- All India Seat, End Character H-Home University, O-Other than Home University
* Maharashtra State Seats - Cut Off Indicates State General Merit No. ; Figures in bracket Indicates Merit Percentile
** All India Seats - Cut Off Indicates All India Merit No. ; Figures in bracket Indicates Merit Percentile

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D i r

Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai
Cut Off Merit of CAP Round-I for Admission to First Year of Two Years Full Time Post Graduate Degree Course in Management viz .
MBA/MMS & Post-Graduate Diploma Courses in Management viz. PGDBM/PGDM for the Academic Year 2015-2016

MB1101 - Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering,Shegaon
110110110 - M. B. A.
OPEN
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14005 (45.158)

16231 (37.666)

10880 (57.128)

17053 (35.035)

17951 (32.05)

26081 (6.155)
23774 (13.77)

GOBCO
AI

7928 (46.919)

Legends: AI- All India Seat, End Character H-Home University, O-Other than Home University
* Maharashtra State Seats - Cut Off Indicates…...

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