Indian Institute of Management, IIM has extended the deadline for the registration process of Common Admission test (CAT) up to September 22, at 5 pm. Earlier September 15 was the last date for registration. Candidates, who are willing to apply for CAT 2021 exam, can register themselves at iimcat.ac.in by the September 22, at 5 pm.
This year CAT exam is being conducted by IIM Ahmadabad. Students can download their admit cards from October 27 onwards and exams are scheduled to be held on November 28, across country. IIM Ahmadabad will be conducting CAT 2021 exam in three sessions for admission into IIMs across the country.
To apply for IIM CAT 2021, candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree in any stream, with a score of at least 50 percent marks awarded by any University or educational institution as incorporated by an Act of Parliament or State legislature in India or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. Candidates, who are appearing for the final year of their Bachelor’s degree and those students who have completed the degree and are witing for for the results can also apply for IIM CAT 2021.
Online registration fee for CAT 2021 is Rs 1,100 for SC, ST and PwD category candidates, and other categories of candidates have to pay Rs 2,200.
Registration process step by step:
Step I: Visit the official website of IIM CAT 2021, iimcat.ac.in
Step II: Click on the registration link available on the homepage
Step III: Enter the required registration details and upload the required documents
Step IV: Choose your exam centre
Step V: Make the payment of application fees
Step VI: Download the confirmation form and save it for future needs.
The duration of the exam will be 120 minutes for three sections and for each section the time limit will be 40 minutes.
Section I: Verbal ability and reading comprehension
Section II: Data interpretation and logical reasoning
Section III: Quantitative ability.
Candidates will not be allowed to switch from one section to another while answering questions in a section. Candidates will be given three marks for one right answer and one mark will be deducted for every wrong answers.