Indian Rural Management Anand (IRMA) conducts the IRMA admission test for its flagship courses: Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM) and Fellow Program in Rural Management (FPRM). The institute has been set up by the late Verghese Kurien, the founder of Amul. Located in Anand, a humble town in Gujarat where the Amul story began, the institute was established to foster education and research in the field of rural management.
The institute shortlists candidates for its PRM and FPRM courses through CAT/XAT scores. Shortlisted candidates are then required to give the IRMA admission test which is based on the subject, “Issues of social concern”. The 40 questions long question paper must be completed within 80 minutes. Let us look at the eligibility criteria to give the IRMA admissions test, the application process, exam pattern, and the important dates related to the exam:
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