IRMA 2016 Application Form | Exam Dates | Pattern

IRMA 2016 - The Institute of Rural Management Anand conducts examinations for the admission of students into various Rural Management courses. The Master’s residential program resulting in a Postgraduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM) is accepted to be equivalent to a Master's degree by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). It is also sanctioned by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Aspirants are appropriately placed in various organisations through IRMA’s Campus Placement scheme.

IRMA trains the aspirants through the two-year PGDRM course, so that they are able to embark uponinterestingchallenges in the development of organisations with the correct moral values. IRMA has a beneficial partnership with its client organisations to assimilate their emerging requirements into its academic prospectus by alternately revising their syllabus. PGDRM is composed of four sections—classroom, village fieldwork, development internship, and management trainee ship. There are five classroom terms that pertain to rural growth and conservation. The field work gives the aspirants an experience of rural life. The internship helps them to realize organizational dynamics. Trainee ship offers them an opportunity to modify the skills developed in classrooms.

IRMA  2016 Exam Summary

Exam Name Institute of Rural Management Anand
Commonly Known as IRMA
Exam Level Post-Graduate Level  
Conducting Authority  Institute of Rural Management Anand
Exam Stream Management Entrance Exam 

IRMA 2016 Application Form

  • The number of seats available for PRM is near about 180. 5% is reserved for NRI aspirants. 15% is available on the supernumerary basis for overseas aspirants. IRMA follows the statutory reservation policy of Government of India.
  • For the Indian aspirants, a common application form is available for PRM. Foronline application, one may use the payment gateway option. Or, one may use the payment option through SBI Challan at any SBI branch.

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  • For the Challan mode of payment, one must remove a printout ofthe State Bank of India (SBI) Challan available on (under ‘Admission’). The payment can be made via cash at any branch of SBI by using the Challan. The bank will generate a unique ID number.  This number must be used for online application for IRMA.
  • The printed application material can also be obtained from the Admissions Office, IRMA, Anand - 388 001 after the payment, which must be made through a Demand Draft in favour of 'IRMA', payable at Anand.
  • The normalised online Application Fee is INR 1200/-. SC / ST / PAD aspirants are required to pay INR 600/-. The normalised offline Application Fee is INR 1275/-. SC / ST / PAD aspirants are required to pay INR 675/-.

IRMA 2016 Eligibility Criteria

    IRMA 2016
  • IRMA aspirants are required to be graduates with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST/DAP aspirants). Those who are about to appear for the final examination of the 10+2+3 examination may also apply for IRMA.

IRMA 2016 Exam Pattern

  • The question paper will consist of 4 sections – Analytical Reasoning with 50 questions, English Comprehension with 40 questions, Quantitative Aptitude with 50 questions, Issues of Social Concern with 60 questions. The total duration of the examination is 2 hours.
  • The questions are asked in the form of MCQs with 5 options to answer from.

IRMA 2016 Exam Dates

IRMA Exam Events Event Date
Start of IRMA 2016 Application/Registration September, 2015

End of Offline Application/Registration December, 2015
End of Online Application/Registration December, 2016
Exam on ‘Issues of Social Concern’ January, 2016

Note: Above mentioned dates are tentative, they are subject to change. We will update changes if any


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