CAT 2022: Registration course of for the Widespread Admission Check (CAT) 2022, which is held for admission to Indian Institutes of Administration (IIMs) and different collaborating B-Colleges throughout the nation, will start on Wednesday, August 3, at 10 am. CAT 2022 utility kinds will probably be out there on iimcat.ac.in.
The final date to use for CAT 2022 is September 14.
The doorway examination will probably be carried out on November 27 and admit playing cards will probably be issued on October 27, at 5 pm.
CAT 2022 utility payment is 1,150 for SC, ST and PwD class candidates and 2,300 for all different classes of candidates.
As per the knowledge bulletin, candidates with a bachelor’s diploma with not less than 50% marks or marks or equal CGPA (45% in case of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Individuals with Incapacity (PwD) candidates) can apply for CAT 2022.
“The proportion of marks obtained by the candidate could be calculated primarily based on the apply as adopted by the respective College/Establishment. In case of grades/CGPA, the conversion to proportion of marks could be primarily based on the process as licensed by the respective College/Establishment. If any College/Establishment confirms that there is no such thing as a scheme for changing CGPA into equal marks, the equivalence could be established by dividing the candidate’s CGPA by the utmost attainable CGPA, and multiplying the end result with 100,” an official assertion stated.
Candidates showing for the ultimate 12 months of their undergraduate examination, and those that are awaiting outcomes can even apply for CAT 2022. Nonetheless, if chosen, such candidates can be part of this system provisionally, provided that they submit a certificates from the Principal/Registrar of their College/Establishment stating that they’ve accomplished all the necessities for acquiring the UG diploma.
“IIMs might confirm eligibility at numerous phases of the choice course of…Candidates ought to word that the mere success of the minimal eligibility standards wouldn’t guarantee consideration for shortlisting by IIMs,” reads the knowledge bulletin.