IIM-C absorbed 27 per cent OBC students

By Kamalika Bhattacharya

IIM-C absorbed 27 per cent OBC students
As declared, the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM-C) has raised its student-intake by about 100 in comparison to last year. The institute had its induction programme for its new batch and course recently.


The premier management institute had inducted 365 students last year, while this year they have 462 students. The institute has fulfilled the criterion of absorbing 27 percent Other Backward Classes (OBC) students.

50 percent of the students in the 2011-13 batch were from general category and the rest from various reserved categories, including 27 percent from the OBC quota. About 7 percent of the students in the large batch comprise girls, down from 12 percent girl students taken for the post-graduate course last year.

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