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IIMs are the target of all aspirants who give CAT entrance. IIMs are the top institutes to pursue Management courses. Being the top institutes, IIMs selection process is not easy and it takes all round achievements of students. CAT 2018 has been already conducted on November 25, 2018 for the academic session 2019-21. It is expected that CAT Result will be declared on January 7, 2019 at the official site of CAT.
IIMs selection process is different for all the institutes. Some have a 2-stage admission process while some follow a 3-stage process. You must understand the selection process of each IIM before heading for admission. For the academic session 2019-21, IIMs like IIM Ahamadabad, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow, IIM Vishakhatpatnam, etc. have released their selection process at their official sites.
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What is the IIMs selection process?
The first step to get into any IIM is appearing in CAT entrance and clearing it. CAT Cut off is the minimum marks needed to qualify in the entrance. Cut off is dependent on various factors including the number of aspirants and the available seats for CAT, difficulty level of exam, etc. once you meet the cut off, IIMs selection process would assess your academic records, work experience, followed by Written Ability Test and Personal Interview.
IIMs Selection Process details
As we all know, Common Aptitude Test (CAT) examination consists of a few important sections, whose marks are solely responsible for the screening of a candidate. These sections are Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal and Reading Comprehension, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning and it is expected that a candidate should secure a minimum percentile of 80 in the overall section, a percentile of 80 in the individual sections is obviously a more desirable state.
However, there is a subsequent relaxation in case of the candidates of the reserved quota but if we follow the trend of CAT percentiles, it can be observed that a large number of candidates secure 100 percentile these days, so there is enough competition in this sector.