Those who appeared in and qualified the CAT 2020, CAT 2019 or CAT 2018 exams will be considered eligible to apply for the courses
CAP 2021: Application window for admission to 9 new IIMs closes today; apply at cap2021.iimraipur.edu.in
According to a report by NDTV, the authority will be taking the CAT 2021 percentile into account along with the results of the personal interview (PI) conducted by the IIM Raipur as part of CAP 2021 to shortlist the candidates
Candidates who appeared for the CAT 2020 examination on 29 November can check their CAT score by entering the CAT login credential, which includes the user ID and password on the portal
CAT 2020 answer key, candidates' response sheet released by IIM-Indore at iimcat.ac.in; raise objections by Friday
CAT 2020 was conducted by IIM Indore in computer-based test (CBT) mode on 29 November this year
IIM CAT 2020: Mock test link goes online; visit iimcat.ac.in to get familiar with computer-based test
The duration to attempt the mock test is 120 minutes for non-PwD candidates based on the pattern followed over the last few years. PwD candidates will be given 40 minutes extra.
Candidates who are interested and eligible can apply for the examination online at the official website iimcat.ac.in before the deadline
Candidates can register themselves by 16 September; the exam is scheduled to be conducted on 29 November.
IIM-Indore releases CAT membership applications for non-IIMs on iimidr.ac.in; 15 July is last date for submission
The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore has announced that it will be coordinating IIM for Common Admission Test 2020, or CAT 2020.
The PhD-2020 admission result comprises the first list of selection. The second and third lists are to follow.
IIM Kozhikode adopts a three-staged selection process for admission to its PGP programme.
The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore held the inaugural function of its one-year full-time Executive Post Graduate Programme (EPGP) batch of 2020-21 digitally.
CBSE Class 10 and 12 exams, JEE Main 2020 cancelled: List of universities, recruitment tests impacted by coronavirus outbreak
CBSE board examinations for classes 10 and 12, national open school exam and the joint entrance exam (JEE), which are conducted as an admission process to IITs, were cancelled as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 151
The results of the Common Admission Test (CAT) were announced on Saturday.
Tea industry in a 'very bad shape' with gardens being sold to companies in W Asia; Assam tea not getting favourable price globally, says minister
Assam tea is not getting a favourable competitive price in the international markets mainly due to lack of proper branding and international linkages, said Industries minister
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said by joining hands with IIM-Lucknow, the state government will deliver good governance and achieve the goal of becoming a $1 trillion economy.
From disruptors to financial magnates, here are a few IITians who made their mark on Indian and global turf
Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed IITs as India's Instrument of Transformation.
Rivigo, which was set up in 2014, has not faced any major problems to raise funds and Warburg Pincus and SAIF Partners had helped raise $65 million a week ago, said the report.
Budget 2019 failed to make necessary provisions for improving education infrastructure, skill development
The central government is substituting regular budgetary outlays with this cess and a part of education cess is diverted elsewhere.
Payal Tadvi's suicide exposes how under-representation of Dalits, Adivasis, caste discrimination affect higher education institutes
The 'suicide' of Dr Payal Tadvi is the latest in a long list of lives taken by caste and institutional collusion against Dalits and Adivasis. The gross under-representation of Dalits and Adivasis at every level in institutes of higher education and ubiquity of caste-based discrimination in these spaces go hand in hand.
Modinomics underpins need for leader who can deliver political stability, economic development, argues BJP economist
The sheer pace of Modinomics, versus the laxity of Manmohanomics, is evident from the fact that of the 23 IITs in India, in 71 years of independent India, 30 percent were set up in just two years by the Modi dispensation!