Registration begins for CAT 2016 on Aug 8

Posted on August 05, 2016, 11.38 AM
 
The enrollment structure for the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016 has been discharged. The enrollment procedure begins from August 8, 2016. There are some noteworthy changes in the exam design this year. 

This year, the exam will be directed in two openings around the same time, that is, December 4, 2016. 

The CAT exam is the compulsory selection test for admission to post graduate Masters in Business Administration (MBA) courses at the Indian Institutions of Management (IIMs) the nation over and also other chief business colleges, for example, MDI, NITIE, SPJIMR, FMS. 

Enrollment handle: The enlistment might be totally on the web. There is no disconnected mode for the contender to enroll themselves. The enlistments will be hung on iimcat.ac.in. (Helpline number: 18002663549) 

Imperative dates: 

Begin of enrollment procedure: August 8, 2016 

Last date of enrollment: September 22, 2016 

Admit card download: October 18, 2016 

Online instructional exercise, test paper: October 18, 2016 

Date of CAT 2016 exam: December 4, 2016 

Date of result: January (second week), 2017 

Qualification criteria: 

Four year college education with no less than 50 for every penny imprints or proportionate CGPA (45 for each penny for SC, ST, PWD and DA classifications). 

Those competitors who's last year results have not been out yet but rather have finished all years/semesters and different exams and necessities of their degree course are additionally qualified to apply. 

Reservation/quota: 

As indicated by the Government of India rules, 15 for each penny of seats are saved for the SC class, 7.5 for each penny for ST, 27 for every penny for non-smooth layer OBC (NC-OBC) and 3 for every penny for the DA classification. 

Exam expense: 

The expense for General class applicants is Rs 1,700 while for SC, ST and PWD classifications, it is Rs 850. 

Exam focuses: 

The test will be held in 135 urban communities the nation over. The applicants will be given an inclination of 4 urban areas for the exam venue.

 

 
 

 

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