IIM Kozhikode Cutoff
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IIM Kozhikode Cutoff - Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Kozhikode has released the cutoff list for admission into the academic year 2020-2022. It is the minimum score required by the candidate in sectional as well as overall of CAT in order to be considered eligible for the admission process. Also, Cutoff of IIM Kozhikode not only take into consideration the CAT score but also the Class 10th and 12th marks as well. Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in CAT 2019, past academic records, personal interview, essay writing and so forth. Read this article by Careers360 to know in detail about the cutoff for IIM Kozhikode, previous year cutoff, quick facts about IIM Kozhikode and selection criteria.
Latest: IIM Kozhikode has released the stage I shortlist for it's admission to PGP batch 2020-22. Candidates can check their status on the official website of the institute.

IIM Kozhikode Cutoff 2020

IIM Kozhikode released the CAT 2019 minimum percentile required for admission. The Cutoff mentions the minimum marks required by the candidates to get shortlisted for the selection process of IIM Kozhikode.

Minimum CAT 2019 Percentile Required

Category

CAT Sectional Percentile

Class 10th Percentile

Class 12th Percentile

Overall Percentile for CAT

General

75

60

60

85

NC-OBC/ EWS

65

60

60

75

SC

55

55

55

65

ST/ Pwd

45

55

55

55

In comparison to previous year minimum percentile, the CAT 2019 minimum percentile has been reduced by 5 points for general and NC-OBC categories in sectional as well as an overall percentile for CAT 2019. Also there has been a reduction of 5 points for ST/PwD category under CAT sectional percentile.

IIM Kozhikode Cutoff Previous Year - 2019

IIM Kozhikode Cutoff - 2019

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Category

CAT Sectional Percentile

Class 10th Percentile

Class 12th Percentile

Overall Percentile for CAT

General

80

60

60

90

NC-OBC

70

60

60

80

SC

50

55

55

65

ST/ Pwd

40

55

55

55

IIM Kozhikode Cutoff - 2018

Category

CAT Sectional Percentile

Class 10th Percentile

Class 12th Percentile

Overall Percentile for CAT

General

80

60

60

90

NC-OBC

70

60

60

80

SC

50

55

55

65

ST/ Pwd

40

55

55

55

Quick Facts about IIM Kozhikode

  • India Institute of Management Kozhikode was established in the year 1996, located in Kozhikode, Kerala.

  • IIM Kozhikode offers various postgraduate programmes which are as follows:

  • Fellow Programme in Management

  • Post Graduate Programme in Management

  • Executive Post Graduate Programme

  • IIM Kozhikode fee - Rs, 17.50 lakhs (Approx)

IIM Kozhikode Selection Criteria 2020

Selection process of IIM Kozhikode for admission to PGP 2020-22 will be held in two stages. The first stage will involve the shortlisting of candidates for Written Ability Test and Personal Interview on the basis of CAT 2019 score and past academic records. Scores will be computed for stage 2 as per the following weightage:

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Components for Shortlisting

Component

Weightage

CAT 2019 Index Score

75%

Class 12th Percentage

20%

Academic Diversity

5%

Candidates who will meet the above-mentioned cutoff criteria will be shortlisted for stage 1. Further, the second stage involves the preparation of the final merit list for admission into IIM Kozhikode. Final merit list will be prepared based on the performance of the candidate in the following parameters and weightage:

Components of Final Merit List

Components

Weightage

CAT 2019 Index Score

40%

Personal Interview

30%

Written Ability Test/ Essay Writing

20%

Resume

10%

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IIM Kozhikode Cutoff

Question: What is the batch size for the academic year 2020-2022?

Answer:

Authorities have not released the actual batch size for 2020. However, on the basis of previous year, batch size is expected to be 485 seats.

Question: Every IIM institute has the same cutoff criteria to shortlist candidates for stage 2?

Answer:

No, Each and every institute of IIM have different criteria to shortlist candidates for WAT/PI rounds. Students must observe the variations of different IIM institutes.

Question: How are the scores of Class 10th and 12th will be calculated?

Answer:

The percentage for class 10th and class 12th will be calculated based on the aggregate marks of the candidate.

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Hai, My profile - 10th/12th/grad - 9.4/93.8/73.9. Cat percentile -73.76(category-sc) . I have got call from iim I and L. I have few doubts. Having got a call what is the chance of converting I,L and K (if i get). Can i expect call from iim K , IRMA and NITIE for this percentile?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 14th Jan, 2020

These are the cut offs for the respective IIMs.

IIM K:

Category

CAT Score Percentile

Sectional Percentile

10th%

12th%

GEN

85

75

60

60

NC-OBC/EWS

75

65

60

60

SC

65

55

55

55

ST/PwD

55

45

55

55

IIM I:

Category

QA

DILR

VARC

Overall

General

80

80

80

90

EWS

80

80

80

90

NC-OBC

70

70

70

80

SC

55

55

55

60

ST

45

45

45

50

PwD

45

45

45

50

IIM L:

Category                                                                  Max. percentile         Min. percentile      Candidates

shortlisted


General


80.1477610


57.2758689


1268

EWS

67.3315265

37.7492879

312

NCOBC

74.5156740

40.8096421

910

SC

65.1678234

29.3042899

792

ST

57.6582980

13.5539200

337

General-PwD

72.8500793

20.7598089

130

EWS-PwD

19.3220316

19.3220316

1

NCOBC -PwD

51.1231825

20.7854308

3

SC-PwD

43.0947465

18.9296098

3

Total*

-

-

3766


Regarding NITIE, Mumbai, NITIE Mumbai hasn't updated its latest admission brochure yet. But based on 2015 data, available at: https://www.nitie.edu/MANDATORY%20DISCLOSURE%202015%20Full.pdf , for a Candidate belonging to NC-OBC, an overall percentile of 78 in CAT is the bare minimum along with a minimum aggregate of 60% in your B.E/B.Tech. Now there are PGDIM, PGDISEM and 3 other courses with NITIE. The average sectional cut offs look like this:


Category

QA

DILR

VARC

Overall Percentile

UR

92

92

92

97

OBC-NC/PWD

67

67

67

85

SC/ST

44

44

44

57.5


Now you have 94.49 percentile with more than required sectional cut offs against your Category. Your Academics are also on the brighter side and that should help you be shortlisted for NITIE, Mumbai. Sometimes, we are tough with ourselves forgetting what we have achieved in life. You have an impeccable academic track and the consistency has never backed off. There are 274 PGDIM seats and 39 PGDISEM seats. Candidates meeting the sectionwise cut off percentile criteria will be called in for Group Discussion and Personal Interview in the order of the ranks based on the ration decided for category wise availability of seats. While the official website doesn't mention the exact no.of seats available for each Category, in 2015-17, as many as 37 candidates  joined the PGDIM course from OBC. So considering this, the no.of seats available for NC-OBC will be more or less of the same number. So you will get shortlisted for NITIE Mumbai with your CAT percentile. For the final merit list, your CAT percentile, 10th 12th and Graduation marks along with your performance in GD and PI will be considered. But if we are just talking about being shortlisted for NITIE, you should certainly be given your CAT sectional and over all percentiles.

Going by your Academics, you may get a call from IIM K. Going by your credentials, it is more likely that you will get shortlisted for IIM K. If you have selected IIM K as one of your options and filled in the online registration form, you will get shortlisted for further rounds like WAT and PI. With scores far better than the required minimum aggregate, you should be shortlisted for IIM K. The shortlisting is based on Aggregate Index Score Computation. And it looks like this:

CAT 2019 score: 45% weightage

Class 10th % score: 30% weightage

Class 12% score: 15% weightage

Gender/Academic Diversity score: 10% weightage

The details of each component can be checked at their official page: https://www.iimk.ac.in/academics/pgp/IIMKPGPAdmissionsPolicy2020.pdf Only female candidates are considered for Gender Diversity. So that is one place where you might lose out on points. But the rest, with your academic marks, you should be shortlisted. IIM K will release the list of the shortlisted candidates tentaively by the last week of January 2020. So please keep an eye on the official website for more information.

IIM L has shortlisted approximately 792 Candidates under SC Category. The shortlisting is done on the following basis:

Scaled CAT score: 60% weightage

12th marks: 10% weightage

Graduation: 10% weightage

Work experience: 10% weightage

Diversity Factor: Academic: 5% weightage

Diversity Factor: Gender: 5% weightage

Going by this, you have decent chances with IIM L as well.

IIM Indore has shortlisted almost 6000 Candidates for its 600 intake. And IIM Indore only allots 20% weightage to its  CAT score. So that might be a little tricky.

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I am a general engineer female with a cat score of 86 %tile, 10th/12th - 94.36/83 percent and graduation CGPA of 7.20. I have received an email for registration to IIM K..what would be my chances to get a selection call for the interview. Also what are my other options at these scores?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 11th Jan, 2020

CAT cut offs for 2020 for IIM K have been as follows:

Category

CAT Score Percentile

Sectional Percentile

10th%

12th%

GEN

85

75

60

60

NC-OBC/EWS

75

65

60

60

SC

65

55

55

55

ST/PwD

55

45

55

55

With scores far better than the required minimum aggregate, you should be shortlisted for IIM K. The shortlisting is based on Aggregate Index Score Computation. And it looks like this:

CAT 2019 score: 45% weightage

Class 10th % score: 30% weightage

Class 12% score: 15% weightage

Gender/Academic Diversity score: 10% weightage

The details of each component can be checked at their official page: https://www.iimk.ac.in/academics/pgp/IIMKPGPAdmissionsPolicy2020.pdf Only female candidates are considered for Gender Diversity. So that is one place where you can gain few points.And the rest, with your academic marks, you should be shortlisted. Scaled scores from the 3 sections of CAT will be considered for the computation of CAT Index score. This Index score carries a weight of 45%. Then the percentage of marks obtained in your 10th will be calculated based on the aggregate marks of all subjects that appear in the marks sheet. The percentage scores are first adjusted by dividing each score by the highest percentage score obtained in the Board and then the adjusted score is multiplied by 30. Then the percentage of marks obtained in your 12th will be calculated based on the aggregate marks of all subjects that appear in the marks sheet. The percentage scores are first adjusted by dividing each score by the highest percentage score obtained in the Board and then the adjusted score is multiplied by 15. Considering your marks, you should be shortlisted for further rounds. And regarding your chances to other Institutions, we do not have your sectional cut marks and so it is tad tough to predict. Neverthless, you can use our CAT Path finder to check your options: https://bschool.careers360.com/pathfinder/cat

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Since IIM K has lowered percentile cutoff to 85, can I expect a call? I am general engineer female with 91.39 percentile and 0 work ex.

Nihal Kumar Gupta Student Expert 9th Jan, 2020

Hi Anne,

Yes, there are chances that you got a call from IIM K. But it also depends on many factors. After the declaration of the result the merit list will be made  to call the candidate for the interview round.The merit list comprises of your CAT percentile, your graduation marks, your work experience, your 10th and 12th marks. on the basis of your profile, you will get shortlisted for the process .

Once you get call from IIM K, you have to go through the WAT exam and interview process. On clearing both an another merit list will be prepared, which will select you to get enter IIM K.

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Ive scored 89.92 in CAT2019 &my sectional percentiles are: eng 81.77,lrdi-96.73 maths-81.32.Also my 10/12/grad is 89.33/80.40/61.42 what are my chances of getting and converting,both of colleges accepting 90+ percentile in CAT. So far Ive been shortlisted for IIM Vishakhapatnam and IIMK(only elgbl

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 8th Jan, 2020

IIM Visakhapatnam has released its 2020 cut offs:

Category

VARC

DILR

QA

Aggregate

General

80

80

80

85

NC –OBC

60

60

60

60

SC

50

50

50

55

ST

30

30

30

40

PwD

30

30

30

40


Now you haven't mentioned your Category. Neverthless, if you have received a call, you will be asked to submit a detailed online application, including a statement of purpose, semester/year wise marks in Bachelor's, copies of all transcripts and certificates, work experience certificates if applicable, Category and PWD certificates if applicable. Only those Candidates shortlisted in this phase will be called in for Personal Interview which happens in Phase 2.During Phase 2 all confirmed candidates will receive an email with a link  to the webpage where in they are required to confirm their interest in pursuing their Candidature at IIM-V. Those Candidates who have confirmed their interest, will be considered for Phase 2 and the shortlist will be prepared. In this phase, the Candidate's percentage scores in the 10th and 12th board exams are adjusted by dividing each score by the 90th percentile score obtained in that board. The database of 10th and 12th scores of all CAT applicants of past 2 years is used for identifying the 90th percentile. The final scores obtained are used for the Bachelor's degree and professional degree if any.

The Work experience is calculated using the below formula:

Score for Work Experience = 8x/36 (if 0 < x < 36)

= 8 (if x >= 36)

Where x is the months of work experience upto July.

You haven't mentioned if you have any work experience. So. for those candidates who do not have work experience, the weightage will be as follows:

CAT=40

10th board=12

12th board=10

Bachelors=20 Diversity=10 {Gender (Female & transgender)/Non-engineer}

Work Experience=8

In CAT 40 points, 10 points are for QA, DILR takes 16 points and VRC takes 14 points. CAT scores, 10th board, 12th board, Bachelor's, Diversity, Work experience or Professional course details are used to prepare a pre PI rank list based on which a second shortlist of Candidates will be prepared. This list is used for assessment through PI and WAT. And the final score is calculated on the basis of:

PI Score (weight=25)

WAT Score (weight=5)

CAT (weight=25)

10th board (weight=5)

12th board (weight=5)

Bachelors (weight=10)

Diversity {Gender (Female & transgender)/Non-engineer} (weight=20)

Weighted Work Experience (weight=5)

The final offer of admission is strictly made on the basis of ranks in each Category on the final aggregate score. IIM-V follows a comprehensive multi criteria process to be able to identify many Candidates who have an excellent academic record and work experience. If there is anyone who had to be in the first shortlist but missed the high score of CAT, such Candidates effectively replace Candidates who have only high CAT score but poor academic records and work experience. IIM-V prioritizes consistent and high performance in past academics. In your favour are your academic marks which have been consistent and so, you might have a strong chance at IIM Visakhapatnam.

Coming to IIM K, their cut offs are as follows:

Category

CAT Score Percentile

Sectional Percentile

10th%

12th%

GEN

85

75

60

60

NC-OBC/EWS

75

65

60

60

SC

65

55

55

55

ST/PwD

55

45

55

55


The shortlisting is based on Aggregate Index Score Computation. And it looks like this:

CAT 2019 score: 45% weightage

Class 10th % score: 30% weightage

Class 12% score: 15% weightage

Gender/Academic Diversity score: 10% weightage

The details of each component can be checked at their official page: https://www.iimk.ac.in/academics/pgp/IIMKPGPAdmissionsPolicy2020.pdf Only female candidates are considered for Gender Diversity. So that is one place where you have an advantage on points.

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Hi all my 10th 12th and grad marks are 94.2/90.4/82.. my cat 2019 percentile is 88.. is it possible to get a call from IIMK?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 7th Jan, 2020

You haven't mentioned your Category. But your marks are terrific. According to IIM K official admission procedure uploaded on their official page at: https://www.iimk.ac.in/academics/pgp/IIMKPGPAdmissionsPolicy2020.pdf, the minimum scores required for being shortlisted for IIM K are as follows:

Category

CAT Score Percentile

Sectional Percentile

10th%

12th%

GEN

85

75

60

60

NC-OBC/EWS

75

65

60

60

SC

65

55

55

55

ST/PwD

55

45

55

55

Now at 88 percentile in CAT, you have better chances if you belong to Reserved Categories. Having said that your CAT percentile shortage can be compensated with your Academic scores. While calculating the Aggregate Index Score Computation, the following parameters get the following weightage:

CAT 2019 Index score: 45%

10th percentage score: 30%

12th percentage score: 15%

Gender/Academic Diversity factor: 10%.

The Gender Diversity factor points are applicable for female candidates alone. Now while calculating CAT Index score, the scaled scores from the 3 sectional cut offs are considered.  The shortlisted Candidates list will be released tentatively during the last week of January 2020 and you should have selected IIM K as one of your preferences and should register for IIM K. You might be able to pull it off with your Academic marks according to the scores mentioned in the above table against your Category, your Academic marks should help you secure to be shortlisted for IIM K.. Please watch out for the official website for the shortlisted candidates's list. Apart from IIM K, you can expect calls from new IIMs. IIM Nagpur and IIM Rohtak are the 2 IIMs you have good chance at Godforbid if you miss out on IIM K.


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