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IIM Sambalpur has announced the admission criteria for PGP 2017-19 batch. The B-School has announced the category and section wise CAT cutoff. While the cutoff for General category has remained same as last year, the cutoff for other categories have undergone changes.The CAT cutoff for NC-OBC category has reduced from 80 percentile to 65 percentile. In case of the SC category, the overall cutoff has decreased from 60 to 50 percentile. For both ST and PWD/DA categories, the cutoffs have dropped from 50 percentile to 30 percentile.
The following table brings to you the cutoff percentiles of IIM Sambalpur.
IIM Sambalpur CAT 2016 Cutoff
The final selection process of IIM Sambalpur will take place through the Common Admission Process (CAP) consisting of Writing Ability Test and Personal Interview rounds conducted by and for the new IIMs. For admission to 2017-19 batches, IIM Rohtak is conducting the CAP.
The final merit list will be generated on the basis of following factors and weightages.
IIM Sambalpur Final Selection Criteria
10th Standard/SSC Score
12th Standard/HSC Score
CAT 2016 Overall Score
Final Composite Score
IIM Admission Criteria 2017-19
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Vicky, CAT is the entrance examination for admission to all the 20 IIMs and over 1000 participating Institutions for their Management programmes. To be eligible for CAT, you should have completed your Graduation in any discipline with a minimum aggregate of 50%. It is 50% for General Category and 45% for Reserved Categories. Now if you belong to General Category, unfortunately you do not qualify for CAT. Regarding CET, ever State has its own CET and so please do help us with the State you belong to.
You should start preparing for CAT as soon as possible as few months are left for the exam. CAT has got the largest applicants in india and the toughness of question is also very good in the exam. So
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