IIM CAT exams from October 27
Chandigarh, Aug 24: The Indian Institute of Management has announced the Common Admission Test 2010 examination which would be held from October 27 to November 24.
“This time it would be online, but the window will be open for 20 days,” a communiqué issued by IIM said.
CAT is the gateway for nine IIMs and around 140 top Non IIM B Schools, it said adding the list of Non IIM members had also been released.
Chandigarh based Aryans Group has got berths for its three B Schools in Non IIM B Schools list.
According to Aryans Group chairman, Dr Anshu Kataria, Aryans Business School had got approval to use CAT scores and this year Aryans School of Management and Aryans Institute of Management have been included in the list of Non IIM B Schools. Aryans has become first private group in north India to get 3 B schools in Non IIM B Schools list, he said.
The sale of vouchers would be done from August 30 to September 27, he said adding the price of CAT voucher would be Rs 1400 for open merit candidates and Rs 700 for SC&ST.
Dr Anshu while welcoming the announcement, which has been done earlier than last year, said that this would help Non IIM B Schools to complete the admission process in time. “It would also help students to plan well for the examination.”
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