CAT 2017: The scores of this entrance test will be accepted by the 20 IIMs, 7 IIT’s and over 100 top B-schools across the country like FMS Delhi university, JBIMS, SPJIMR, MDI, IMT Ghaziabad, FORE School of Management etc.
Like every year, the results of the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2017 is expected to released in the second week of January. Once announced, the results will be available at the official website (iimcat.ac.in). Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow conducted the exam on November 26, 2017. About 2.31 lakh students have registered to appear for the common admission test this year for admission to various management courses offered across Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) in the country.
The CAT 2017 cut-off will depend on the number of candidates, difficulty level and a number of seats. While there was no major exam pattern change, candidates found DILR section tough. The exam consisted of a total of 100 questions with 21 non-MCQ. Section-wise, 34 were asked in the VARC section, 32 from LRDI and 34 questions from QA sections, respectively.
CAT tests your aptitude which means that one needs to have skills of selection, pressure handling and the ability to work harder than others, in addition to knowledge of QA, English and LRDI.
With President Ram Nath Kovind’s assent to the Indian Institutes of Management Bill, 2017, it has now become a law. With this, IIMs have got more autonomy in their functioning with restricted government’s role in their functioning and power to award degrees instead of diplomas to their graduates, according to a new law.
Source: Indian Express