A candidate can take admission at IILM through walk-in or by registering online. As IILM offers a wide range of programmes, Admission counsellor helps in selecting the program and other related queries of the students followed by the online process which starts with the following steps:
To submit the application form online, the candidate has to:
Register on the website: Aspiring applicants are required to register on the website to start the admission process. The applicant will get an auto-generated e-mail with their unique application form link.
Fill admission form online: The online Admission Form is sent to your email ID upon registration. The form for the desired program is to be duly filled and submitted. You are required to provide information such as personal contact details, educational qualification, work experience (if applicable), and achievements/extracurricular activities.
Upload required documents: Applicants are required to upload their documents along with the filled application form. Applicants should be uploading the scanned attested copies of the 10th standard (or equivalent) mark sheet and certificate, scanned attested copies of the 12th standard (or equivalent) mark sheet and a certificate, scanned attested copies of the graduation (or equivalent) mark sheet and a certificate. In-case of Graduation Appearing students, scanned attested copies of the latest year (second year in a three year course) and last semester mark sheet of final year (if applicable). Competitive Exam scorecards where applicable. A recent passport size photo in JPG or PNG format with a file size less than 5 MB is to be uploaded. The documents can be submitted on the day of the interview also.
Submit Application: After uploading the required documents and information successfully, submit the application.
The students will be registered formally in the PhD program after they have successfully completed their coursework and their PhD research proposal has been accepted by the research committee.
Students will get a maximum of two attempts to present their research proposal. If their research proposal is not accepted in the first round, they can present when the next Research Advisory Committee meeting is scheduled.