The much awaited Common Admission Test (CAT) 2010 result is out of the bag. After many controversies and a results leak scare, CAT results 2010 are out officially.
The much awaited Common Admission Test (CAT) 2010 result is out of the bag. After many controversies and a results leak scare, CAT results 2010 are out officially. The Indian Institutes of Management along with the US-based Prometric India, conducted the test online for the second time in 2010. This year there were registration figures of 2.06 lakh students and 15 per cent dropped over the previous year. In addition, test window test window was extended to a 20 days period from the 10 days window of 2009.
CAT is stepping stone to a career in management and one of the prime requisites for the thousands of management aspirants in India. It is also passport to great career in executive position. The result can be accessed in the IIM website . A toll free number has been put in place for students facing a technical glitch or other issues when accessing their results. The toll free number is 1 800 103 9293 for telephonic inquiries.
The results have been flooding the internet and candidates are frantically searching for the fate of their results. An estimated 8 people have scored a 100 percent in the admission test and another 19 candidates scored 99.99 percent and some studentd missing the cent percent by a hairline. Tests have been conducted to gain admission to 11 Indian Institutes of Management and over 150 B-schools this year. Over 1.86 lakh students gave the CAT exams this year that was held between October 27 and November 24.
The institutes include top business management schools like IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Lucknow, IIM Kolkata, IIM Kozhikode, IIM Indore, IIM Bangalore, FMS New Delhi, JBIMS Mumbai, SPJIMR Mumbai, IILMGSM, IMT Ghaziabad, MDI Gurgaon and NITIE Mumbai.
It is conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) and considered to be a major requirement for a candidate seeking admission to the prestigious management institutes of India.