IIM Calcutta releases admission criteria 2012-13

 | August 19,2011 01:07 pm IST

CAT 2011 was officially announced a few days back. The registration process has started from August 17 to continue till September 28, 2011.

All 13 Indian Institutes of Management shall release their admission criteria for 2012-13 before the registration process closes.


IIM Calcutta, who is conducting CAT 2011, recently released their admission policy for 2012-13 on its official website. The admission process at IIM Calcutta will be a two stage process—first stage will involve shortlisting candidates on the basis of CAT score and academic performance, while in second stage total score of candidate will be computed out of 100.


Stage I:
Candidates will be shortlisted based on CAT score and academic performance provided they achieve the following minimum section-wise and overall CAT 2011 percentile scores:


Table 1: Cut-off Percentile for short-listing in the GD/PI process




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Enlightened on 08/22/11 at 01:03 pm

IIMC..I love you..!!

Guest on 08/22/11 at 05:45 pm

hey what would be my score according to IIM criteria as my percentage in 12th class is 80.6 . Should I get 4 or 5 points.

Ritu on 08/23/11 at 11:15 am

Good question I must say...since your score is above 8.5, i feel you should get 5 points

Guest on 11/20/11 at 09:59 pm

""The marks obtained by candidates will be rounded to the nearest integers".. Whats the point in getting 99% in CAT if you can't READ instructions?

rohan on 11/10/11 at 07:02 pm

my 12th score is 80.5 do i get 4 or 5 marks

rohan on 11/10/11 at 07:03 pm

my 12th score is 80.5 how many marks do i score

Guest on 02/13/12 at 02:24 pm

Only managerial work experience after graduation will be considered.

Are they kidding?