Indore : Thadomal Shahani Centre for Management (TSCFM), one of India’s leading institutes for business management, has introduced a first-of-its-kind app-based examination for entrance to their MBA programme. Thadomal Shahani Common Entrance Test (TSCET) is India’s most industry-focused management entrance exam, consisting of an online written test and a personal interview. TSCFMis also organising an offline, app-based entrance test on June 18, 2021 at11:00 am to 12:30 pm & 3:00 pm to 4:30 pmat the Indore Campus, keeping in mind all the safety protocols of COVID-19. The offline personal interviews will be held on June 19, 2021.
Questions in TSCET will cover three sections – Basic Math, Logical Reasoning, and English – to assess the theoretical knowledge of the candidates, who will need to answer 100 multiple-choice questions during the 90-minute test. In the personal interview round, aspirants will be able to demonstrate their ability to translate their knowledge into practice.
Talking about the newly introduced entrance test, Dr. Akhil Shahani, Managing Director, Shahani Group; Director, Thadomal Shahani Centre For Management; and CEO, ask.CAREERS, said, “Given that most of our country’s cities are closed due to the pandemic and there is much uncertainty about reopening, we felt the need to introduce TSCET, which allows students to take the exam from the comfort of their own homes. The design of the test will also facilitate a stress-free experience for aspirants, as there will be no waiting period and the results will be announced immediately after the test process is completed. TSCFM’s MBA programme allows students to obtain three qualifications from one management programme- UGC Recognized MBA, PGDBM from EduQual (UK) and Specialized PG Diploma from TSCFM, giving them an edge over their peers, and making them highly qualified for management jobs in leading companies around the world.”
For android users, the TSCET app is available at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yw-3gMUGOxd09TmBYfGj9hPYnKB5V7qW/view and for IOS users https://tscet.ask.careers/</strong>learn-online. Candidates are required to login into the portal using a mobile device or laptop, and will need to have an internet connection of at least 512KB download speed.The computer must have Windows 8+ and Chrome Browser or higher, while the mobile phone must have a good-quality front camera.
Thadomal Shahani Centre for Management, Indore, is also conducting a seminar on June 15, 2021, at 11:00 am & 3:00 pm, at the Sayaji Hotel,for prospective candidates, to discuss the importance of an MBA in India and Global Markets. The seminar will cover topics such as the potential for a global MBA in the Indian market, how to prepare and build the abilities required for earning an MBA degree, and potential career paths.
For seminar registration, students can log on to https://bit.ly/3z5dv7d or call/WhatsApp – +91
For TSCET exam registration, students can log on to https://tscfm.org/event/ts-cet-for-right-
About Thadomal Shahani Centre for Management (TSCFM):
Backed by over 60 years of experience in the education sector, the Thadomal Shahani Centre for
Management, a part of The Shahani Group of Institutions, devotes itself to enhancing the careers of
lakhs of students. With a strong awareness that students are future global leaders, at TSCFM, the
focus is on comprehensive development, providing students a globally relevant curriculum, an
innovative teaching methodology, and international faculty members who have hands-on business
One of the leading B-schools in Mumbai to bring the best of international management education to
India, TSCFM has received numerous awards for its innovative education model like the Clinton
Global Initiative Award at the hands of Pres. Bill Clinton, CFBP Jamnalal Bajaj Award, CII Education
Excellence Award, DNA Award for Industry Institute Interface, PIMR Outstanding Educationist Award
and many others. It has also been Ranked #3 in India by Outlook Magazine for Global MBA courses
and was recognized as the Management College of The Year – 2017 by Higher Education Review