5 Year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM) - Indore

What is IPM?

IPMAT 2023 will be conducted by IIM Indore for admission to the Five-Year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM). The program is designed for students who have graduated from high school or equivalent and want to pursue a career in management. A cross-disciplinary management programme, the IPM programme at IIM Indore offers a blended course of management studies from undergraduate to postgraduate levels. At IIM Indore, the IPM programme will cover 15 terms over five years, with internship projects at the end of each term

Why IPM?

Many management aspirants dream of studying in one of the best management colleges in India after completing their 12th grade. In IIM IPM Indore, students are molded into competent management professionals who are also ambitious business leaders with the potential to revolutionize the business world. In this program, young and enthusiastic management aspirants can pursue education and a career in business management.

What is the IIM IPM Indore eligibility criteria?

For IIM Indore’s Five-Year Integrated Programme in Management, candidates must meet the following criteria.

IPMAT Indore: Exam Pattern

Quantitative Ability (SA)

40 minutes

20 questions

Quantitative Ability (MCQ)

40 minutes

40 questions

Verbal Ability (MCQ)

40 minutes

40 questions


Marking scheme

IPMAT Indore 2023: Exam Calendar

The online application process for IPMAT 2023 has begun on 10th February 2023. Below is a detailed catalog of the IPMAT at IIM Indore:

Below is a detailed admission calendar for IIM Indore IPMAT 2023:


Date/ Deadline

IPMAT Application start date

10th February 2023

Exam Date

16th June 2023

IPMAT Indore 2023: Exam Calendar

In order to apply, candidates must visit www.iimidr.ac.in and complete the online application

IPMAT 2023: Student Intake (Indore)

IIM Indore’s sanctioned intake for the IPM 2023 batch (domestic applicants) is 150, and the candidate must clear the IPMAT 2023 as well as the interview process.

IPMAT 2023 (Indore): Syllabus

The syllabus incorporates the following topics.

Quantitative Ability:

Quantitative Ability:

IPMAT 2023 (Indore): Selection Procedure

Candidates will be selected based on their performance in Aptitude Test (AT), Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI). A candidate who fails either the AT, WAT, or PI is not considered.

The selection process is as follows:

Stage 1: Candidates who meet the minimum eligibility criteria should submit their applications online.

Stage 2: After receiving applications, candidates fulfilling minimum eligibility criteria will be called for the aptitude test to be conducted in 34 cities across the country, i.e., Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh/ Mohali, Chennai, Dehradun, Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, Guwahati, Gwalior Meerut, Mumbai, Nagpur, Noida, Patna, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Roorkee, Siliguri, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur, Varanasi and Visakhapatnam. However, IIM Indore reserves the right to change the cities/ centres or cancel the centre at any time.

Stage 3: The pool of candidates eligible for Stage-4 {i.e. shortlisting for Written Ability Test (WAT) & Personal Interview (PI)} is created considering only candidates with positive raw scores and a minimum mark in all three sections of Aptitude Test. The Admissions Committee will determine the minimum cut-off mark for each section. Each section’s minimum cut off mark will be based on the applicant’s category. Rejected applicants will not receive individual regret letters at this stage.

Stage 4:

A sufficient number of candidates will be shortlisted for WAT & PI from the eligible pool for each category (General, EWS, NC-OBC, SC, ST, and PWD).

Candidates shortlisted for WAT & PI can appear at any of the seven centers in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata and Mumbai. IIM Indore also expects a consistent and minimum performance in the different parameters of the Personal Interview (PI), which will be decided by the Admissions Committee. A candidate who does not meet the minimum performance requirements in any of the PI parameters will not be considered for the next stage of selection.

Stage 5:

For the final selection, only candidates who meet the requirements mentioned earlier will be considered. Based on Composite Score (CS), a category-wise merit list will be generated, and provisional admission offers will be made accordingly.


In accordance with Government of India requirements, 27% of the seats will be reserved for candidates belonging to the Non-Creamy (NC-OBC) layer, 15% for Scheduled Castes (SC), 7.5% for Scheduled Tribes (ST), up to 10% for Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs), and 5% for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PWD).
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