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IIM CAT 2017 Result – IIM Lucknow will declare result of CAT 2017 in the 01st week of January 2018. CAT Result indicates scaled scores and percentiles, both section-wise and aggregate. Candidates can check CAT 2017 Result online as soon as it is announced.
Common Admission Test leads to admission to MBA/PGDM and likewise programs. IIM is still expected to publish any concrete information on CAT 2017 result. From what we have gathered using the information brochure we have come across specific data which we have incorporated in this article. The candidates shall be getting the result on their candidate login. The link may be activated and would be accessible by inserting Username and Password. The scorecard will also be available in online mode at iimcat.ac.in. The result is for immediate information, while scorecard will be like your marksheet. Candidates will need to take a print of it as well you shall carry it at the time ef admission.
CAT 2017 Result
Link to check result of CAT 2017 will be published in January 2018. Advertisement of IIM CAT 2017 will be released by IIM Lucknow on 30th July 2017. Check CAT score vs percentile to predict your results until then.
Expected IIM CAT 2017 Result Dates
|Tentative dates for Entrance test||26th November 2017|
|Possible dates for result announcement||01st week of January 2017|
IIM CAT 2017 Result
Information related to CAT 2017 result is likely to be released in January 2018 on iimcat.ac.in The list of candidates shortlisted for the next level of selection shall also be published on the site. Each IIM usually sends interview letters to the shortlisted candidates directly. However, the selection criteria for shortlisting vary from IIM to IIM.
Steps to check IIM CAT 2017 Result at iimcat.ac.in
- Visit the official website of the selected institute for that year
- Click the link Download CAT 2017 result
- Enter Username and Password
- Download the result or score card
Admission Process 2018-2019 through IIM CAT 2017 Result
Each IIM shortlists candidates for the next stage of selection. The selection process in second stage may include Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI). Performance in CAT 2017 shall play a fundamental factor in deciding whether the candidate’s name will be shortlisted or not. Other factors may also be taken into consideration such as- relevant work experience, previous academic performance of the candidates and other in ranking the candidates.
Shortlisted candidates must mandatorily produce the original documents for verification purpose. You should carry:-
- Mark sheets and Degree Certificate- submit attested copies
- Original degree certificate- markseets of all semesters/years along with their attested copies
- Reservation Category certificate- candidates belonging to SC, ST, NC-OBC and PWD
- Disability certificate- submit a photocopy at the time of interview.
- Qualifying degree certificate- attested copy must be submitted for verification
- Final Year of Graduation certificate- an original certificate from the Principal / Registrar / Director of the university confirming that the candidate has obtained 50% marks if he is from General and 45% if he is from SC, ST, and PWD category.
If selected, you will be admitted provisionally and only after paying the course fees and original mark sheet and qualifying degree certificate of having passed the bachelor’s degree candidate will be offered a confirmed seat in the institute.
Please note that in case, the candidate is unable to fulfill the criteria, his candidature shall stand cancelled automatically.
CAT 2017 Participating Institutes and seats
As many as 20 IIMs and over 100 B-schools across India accept the scores of CAT. For CAT 2017, the number of participating institutes will be similar or more. The following table shows the expected intake for this year
|Institute||Seat offered||Institute||Seat offered|
|IIM, Ahmedabad||385||IIM, Raipur||210|
|IIM, Amritsar||60||IIM, Ranchi||155|
|IIM, Bangalore||412||IIM, Rohtak||170-180|
|IIM, Bodh Gaya||60||IIM, Shillong||120|
|IIM, Calcutta||462||IIM, Trichy||120|
|IIM, Indore||550||IIM, Udaipur||180|
|IIM, Kashipur||210||IIM, Visakhapatnam||60|
|IIM, Kozhikode||353||IIM, Jammu||45|
|IIM, Lucknow||436||IIM, Sambalpur||140|
|IIM, Nagpur||60||IIM, Sirmaur||60|
Previous Year Statistics
Candidates who clear the CAT get gateway to take admission in top B-schools. And if you have topped the exam, then you must be on cloud 9. From the past 3 years all the 100 percentilers in Common Admission Test (CAT) have been from an engineering field.
As per 2016 records, no female candidate could make it upto 100 percentilers’ list. However, Rajendra K Bandi (convener of CAT) had said last year, that the overall performance of women candidates has improved. News journals suggests that in 2016, 2,32,434 applications were received. Of these, 1.95 lakh candidates took the test and 33.11%, of the candidates were women. The number of candidates passing has not reached impressive platform. Yet the Institutes are expecting a hike this year in application and number of candidates passing as well.
Section-wise analysis of the last year’s question paper
Section 1- Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Analysis- This one section probably gets all the energy drained out in fickle ways. Last year question paper was of moderate length containing questions from the Economics, Linguistic Studies, Environment, etc. the questions were extremely confusing since, the MCQs were pretty close to right. The candidates had to struggle to determine the best possible answers. Since they had to read the passages multiple times to find the correct option. Aspirants ran out of time thus reducing the overall attempts in this section. The para-formation questions were the toughest ones due to the absence of answer choices. It proved to be a massive task for the exam takers to identify relevant connections. At first, VARC may seem a readable and not-so-tough section. But, the close choices in the Reading Comprehension questions can really take a toll on you. Last year, Questions from Verbal Ability section were quite tough to crack since there were no options to guide the students.
Section 2- LRDI (Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation)
Analysis- since 2015, CAT faced a new benchmark set for CAT aspirants in terms of difficulty level for the LRDI section. Candidates who had been working furiously, even those felt that CAT difficulty has increased. Questions in LRDI section certainly went up one notch in CAT 2016. However, Data interpretation questions were yet achievable. Questions were tricky. Moreover, candidates the overall LRDI section was a little intimidating. The DILR section can create mess if the candidate does not prepare for this section well.
Section 3- QA (Quantitative Ability)
Analysis- The quant section is the most scoring section. Last year, most of the questions were from Geometry which was moderate to difficult. However, questions from other topics Arithmetic, numbers etc. were solvable. Some portions posed a little problem for example- in a few cases mathematical symbols were not easy to interpret.
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