Once the result is declared, candidates can check it out on the official website www.irma.ac.in.
The list of the short-listed candidates will be displayed on the website. Exam was conducted on February 14 2016 and only those candidates' name will displayed, who have qualified the exam. IRMA had conducted the 'Issues of Social Concern' (ISC )test for the admission. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for group discussion and personal interview rounds.
The exam was conducted in computer based mode. Earlier, the results were expected to be announced on February 20 2016, but got postponed to February 24 2016.
To be eligible to appear for the IRMA PRM exam, candidates should be holding a graduation degree from a recognised institute, college or university with minimum 50 per cent marks. Candidates should also possess a valid CAT 2015 or XAT 2016 scores.
The test conducted is an objective type test, where each question consistes of have five options. It is a computer-based exam, where students need to answer 40 questions. The duration of the exam is 25 minutes.
The duration of the PRM program is of two years. The programme comprises of four different segments i.e -- classroom, development internship, village fieldwork and management trainee-ship.