MBA admissions begin at ABV-IIITM

ABV-IIITM MBA admission 2019 – For admissions to MBA programmes, the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (ABV-IIITM), Gwalior has invited applications for the academic year 2019-21. Through the official website, the candidates who want to apply can do so. February 4, 2019, is reportedly the last day to receive the application form.  On MBA and MBA-Business Analytics, the programmes will be offered.

Educational qualifications/ eligibility

In any branch of engineering or technology or Masters degree in Computer Application or degree in other subjects, the candidates need to possess valid CAT/MAT/CMAT/GMAT score and first class or equivalent. A 5 per cent relaxation in marks will be reserved for the candidates.

Selection procedure

Delhi, Gwalior, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangaluru, Hyderabad and Mumbai are the places where the selection process will be held.

Application fees

An application fee of Rs 1000 should be paid by the general or OBC category candidates while Rs 250 for reserve category candidates belongs to SC/ ST/ PH/ Female candidates.

Application procedure

At the official website,, the candidates have to download the application form available and have to send the duly filled application form to “The Joint Registrar (A&A), ABV-IIITM, Morena Link Road, Gwalior- 474015. February 4, 2019, is the last date to receive the application form.

Important dates

  • Commencement of application process: January 9, 2019
  • Last date to apply online: February 4, 2019


To unprecedented levels of brilliance and efficiency, Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (ABV-IIITM), Gwalior is an institute committed to taking academics. In this generation of excellence and specialization ABV-IITM aim at achieving an education standard that is comparable to the best globally.

In the likes of IIMs and IITs in different locations of India, the beginning of IIITM could be traced back to 1992, when MHRD under Dr P. G. Reddy contemplated setting up of advanced information systems. Subsequently in 1995, on establishing national centres focused on IT and management training, Government of India prepared a report comprising eminent academicians, policy makers, and professionals decided.

Followed by PGDIT (Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology) in 1999, PGDMIT (Post Graduate Diploma in Management and Information Technology) was the maiden course initiated in 1998 with thirty students and Ph. D and 5-year Dual Post Graduate programs in 2000.

In 1986, all-pervasive growth of IT in India was triggered by Software Policy Electronic Policy in 1985 and Computer Policy in 1984. Across different sectors of business, industries, and public administration, these three policies in unison led to extensive use of computerized methods thereby necessitating the need for competent professionals at different levels. For supporting this demand for widespread usage of computerized processes, infrastructures like the Internet, INDONET, NICNET, ERNET, and INFLIBNET were established.

For more details of the course, the candidate can visit their official website –

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