IIMCAT 2021 to be held on November 28: Know reporting time and Important details.

The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Common Admission Test (IIMCAT) 2021 has scheduled on November 28, 2021. Applicants who will appear for this post-graduate management entrance test must download their admit cards from the official

IIMCAT exam 2021: Important details:

The Common Entrance Test (IIMCAT) will be conducted in three sessions and one has to report to the examination hall on time without being late. All the necessary details regarding the date, examination centre along with do’s and don’ts are all clearly mentioned on the admit cards.

CAT exam 2021: Details about admit card

  • Applicants who will be appearing for the exam, first of all, take a printout of your admit card as it is important to carry it to the examination hall. Without it, no one is allowed to enter. Along with that, one has to paste the well-clicked photograph into the space provided.
  • Applicants will receive a message and e-mail for the reporting time at the exam center accordingly.

IIMCAT exam 2021: Question paper pattern and CBT

  • The Common Entrance Test would be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. For this exam, applicants will be provided with a time of 40 minutes for each section. Whereas PwD applicants will be provided with 53 minutes. Once the time is over, the exam will be auto-submitted.
  • CAT will consist of both Subjective and Objective-based questions. Applicants have to be very careful when writing the answers.

The exam conducting body will conduct the exam with adherence to strict covid-19 guidelines. All applicants have to wear a mask, sanitizer, and required medical certificates before entering the examination hall.

Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs):

IIMs are considered India’s premier national institutes providing quality management education and research. IIMs primarily offer post graduate, doctoral and executive education programmes. The flagship programme of IIMs is the two-year post-graduate programme. These two year programmes are residential in nature.

Admission to the two year post graduate programmes in IIMs is based on merit and involves a rigorous selection process comprising of a Personal Interview, Written Ability Test/Group Discussions, and scores in the Common Admission Test which is commonly known as CAT.

CAT is a management aptitude test conducted by the IIMs primarily to evaluate and shortlist candidates for the post graduate programme. It is a computer-based exam and a candidate has to follow the due process of registering in order to appear for this exam conducted once a year.

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