CAT 2020 Registration

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CAT 2020 Registration

CAT 2020 Registration: The registration for the CAT application has been extended till 23rd September 2020.

The notification has already been released. Common Admission Test (CAT) is a national-level exam organized by IIMs on a rotational basis every year. The entrance is conducted to offer admission into management programmes in various colleges and institutions situated in India.

A number of private and government management institutions provide admission into MBA programmes through CAT scores. 

Exam Dates-:       29 November 2020 Sunday

Admit Card-:         28 October 5.00 pm onwards

Application fee:

CategoryApplication Fee
Unreserved CandidatesRs.2000
ST/SC/PWD candidatesRs.1000

It is important for the applicants to pay the application fee before the last date through online mode.

Online payment modes available are debit/credit cards/net banking/wallet or cash cards.

CAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria

·         Qualifying Exam: A candidate has passed his/her Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a recognized board or university.

·         Minimum Marks:  minimum of 50% marks or equivalent CGPA. For candidates belonging to ST/SC/PWD category must have passed with a minimum of 45% marks.

·         Age Criteria: No lower or upper age limit is prescribed for appearing in the CAT exam.

·         Candidates who possess an equivalent exam degree recognized by MHRD, Government of India (including AMICE of the Institution of Civil Engineers) are also eligible.

·         Appearing candidates: Candidates appearing in the final year of their Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent can also apply.

Exam Pattern

·         Exam Mode and Date: CAT 2020 exam will be conducted in two sessions through online (CBT) mode.

·         Number and Type of Questions: The total of 100 questions. The questions will be of objective and subjective type.

·         Total Marks: The exam will be of total 300 marks.

·         Time Duration: Time allotted 180 minutes to complete the paper.

·         Marking Scheme: For every correct response, 3 marks will be given. -1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

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