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Indian Institute of Logistics (School of Logistics) Admission

Chennai, Tamil Nadu - Add Review
Established : 2007 | Affiliated : Bharathair University
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Eligibility Criteria/Cut-off for Admissions 2020

B.Sc (IT & Logistics)(IT):
Pass in 10+2 with minimum 50% (State or Central board).

B.Com (Logistics & Shipping):
Pass in 10+2 with minimum 50% (State or Central board).

BBA (Logistics & Shipping):
Pass in 10+2 with minimum 50% (State or Central board).

MBA - (Logistics & Shipping):
A graduate from any discipline from a recoginized university with minimum 50%.

Post Graduate Programme(Logistics & Shipping):
A graduate from any discipline from a recoginized university with minimum 50%.

Asked question about eligibility criteria & admission procedure of Indian Institute of Logistics (School of Logistics)

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sir i got only 45% in B.com am i eligible for MBA LOGISTICS?
15-Mar-2019 09:48:59 asked by APARAJITH

Hi,

Candidates should attain minimum 50% aggregate score in graduation to seek admission in MBA at this institute.

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I am pursing BBA and would like to join MBA logistics so is there any admission test to join in IIL??
15-Oct-2017 19:34:58 asked by Yeshwanth

Hi Yeshwanth,

     The procedure for admission in Indian Institute of Logistics for MBA programme is:-

  • Graduate from any discipline with minimum 50% aggregate marks from any recognized University
  • Duration for course is 2year including 3 month of Unpaid Industrial Internship Programme.
  • The Registration fees is Rs.25,000/-
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Query?
27-May-2017 14:52:17 asked by lingeshwaran

Hi Lingeswaran,

Admission in Indian Institute of Logistics (School of Logistics) For Btech is:

  • Candidates having minimum 50% marks in are eligible.

Fees in Indian Institute of Logistics (School of Logistics) is Rs.70,500 per anum

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