MICA Ahmedabad has declared the score cards for MICAT 2016 on February 2, 2016, a month after its admission committee took the decision to release the score-card following repeated demands from MICAT takers. The score card of MICAT carries overall and sectional scores of the candidates. It, however, took forty days, after the declaration of results, for MICA to put internal processes in place for the release of MICAT 1 scorecards.
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This is the first time in the history of MICAT that the scorecards have been declared by MICA admission authority. After MICAT I result announcement on December 23, 2015, many candidates had doubted the credibility of the results and demanded scorecards for transparency in shortlisting of candidates for GE-PI stage. Besides writing to MICA, candidates had also expressed their disappointment on social media.
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Careers360 had also written an open letter to MICA director Dr Nagesh Rao, supporting MICAT takers demands for the same.
Earlier MICA officials had refused to disclose the scores citing policy. Later on, MICA dean Dr Atish Chattopadhyay had assured MICAT takers in the first week of January, that score cards will be made available in a few weeks. Test takers can now check their score-cards of MICAT 1, consisting of their overall and sectional scores.
On January 28, MICA had announced that they had audited the scores of the candidates and found as many as 23 more candidates eligible for GE-PI. A special round of GE-PI was conducted for these 23 candidates in Kolkata and Mumbai held on January 30-31, 2016. According to MICA, out of the total 5251 test takers of MICAT-I, 559 candidates were shortlisted for GE-PI rounds. A total of 42 candidates has been given confirmed offers and 307 candidates have been merit listed. The total number of rejections is 194. The total intake for MICA PGDM in Communication is 180.
Based on the performance in the MICA Admission Test (MICAT), applicants are shortlisted for Group Exercise (GE) and Personal Interview (PI).
MICAT-II Registration ends on February 4
Following the announcement of Scorecards, MICA has extended the registration deadline for MICAT-II till February 4, 2016. The MICAT –II will be held on February 14.
First published on February 2, 2016
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