Candidates will have to visit the official Website iimcat.ac.in and fill up their educational qualifications, exam centre preferences, etc.
After extension to five days, the registration for CAT 2017 will end at 5 pm on September 25 (Monday) as per the official notification.
Candidates will have to visit the official Website iimcat.ac.in and fill up their educational qualifications, exam centre preferences, etc. The registration can be complete online via credit or debit card
IIM Lucknow has announced CAT 2017 application correction process, which will commence on September 27, 2017. The process will end on September 30, 2017. Candidates will be allowed to edit or correct information in select fields. According to the official website, candidates belonging to PwD category can apply for assistance within the same dates, i.e. September 27 and September 30, 2017. CAT has introduced the option to edit or correct application form since last year. The application
Lucknow: The Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIML) will conduct the 2017 Common Admission Test (CAT), which is the gateway to 19 IIMs and 150 other MBA institutes in the country . IIML is conducting the exam after a gap of seven years.
Registration for CAT 2017 will open on August 9 and close on September 20, said a press release issued by IIML. The exam will be conducted in two sessions on November 26 across 140 cities. Sources said all IIMs will release the CAT 2017 notification on Su
Yash Choudhari from Pune was among the 20 candidates who managed to score a 100 percentile in CAT 2016, the results of which were declared on Monday . Choudhari, who is completing his studies from College of Engineering, Pune, managed to crack the most competitive test for admissions to the premier IIMs in his first attempt. As many as 1.95 lakh candidates took the test. Male engineers continued to dominate the toppers' list this year, too. The number of 100 percentilers is the highest in th
Gone are the days when engineers focused only on core subjects. More and more students excelling in entrance tests to B-schools are from the engineering background. And this was more than evident in the results for Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016, which were were announced on Monday. The total number of students scoring the perfect 100 percentile stood at 20 this year, all engineers. `The top 20 scorers are all males, all engineers. However, in the sectionals, many non-engineers and women candi
Close to two lakh B-school aspirants from across the country took the Common Admission Test (CAT) on Sunday. BHUSHAN KOYANDECAT aspirants look for their names on a list displayed outside an exam centre at Dadar on Sunday. While many found the test’s overall difficulty level similar to that of last year, some said that certain sections of the test were tougher than those of CAT 2015. Candidates had to attempt three sections in the test—Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC),
The deadline for submission of application forms for the common admission test (CAT) for admissions to premier IIMs has been extended by five days. About 2.08 lakh students registered till 3.30pm on Thursday. An official statement released by the CAT convenor from IIM-Bangalore stated that students can register till 5pm on September 27. The primary reason for the extension was to facilitate applicants who are completing applications. We have been getting many requests from applicants,s
Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016 brought no surprises for students. But minor glitches seems to have made a comeback. Candidates claimed that on many computer screens in at least three questions from quantitative ability (QA) section the `pi' symbol was shown instead of the one for `square root'. Aspirants and experts also claimed that at least one question in the QA section is wrong. However, due to non-disclosure agreement, which entails jail and fine up to Rs 2 lakh, the candidates di