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    Eligibility for CAT with 45% in B.A. from DU?

    i am persuing ba(hons) from du and i will obtained 45% marks then i can i apply for cat exam



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    Re: Eligibility for CAT with 45% in B.A. from DU?

    Very good you are pursuing ba(hons) from Delhi University you are expecting to obtain 45% marks in Graduation after that whether you can apply for CAT.

    Dear student you should know CAT(common admission test) is the best MBA entrance examination in India.Indian Institute of Management conduct this CAT entrance exam.at all India level.As you are pursuing
    BA course so it is possible to you to obtain minimum 50% marks in your BA.

    CAT ELIGIBILITY:-

    1.Any Graduate or a final year candidate from the recognized University in any discipline having minimum 50% marks in Graduation can write IIM CAT entrance examination to do MBA courses.

    2.Relaxations are there for S/C S/T candidates.A S/C S/T candidate have to obtain minimum 45% marks from the recognized University in any discipline to write IIM CAT entrance examination.

    3.There is no age restriction to do MBA courses as well as CAT exam.At any age following the cat eligibility can
    complete his/her MBA courses.

    Thank You,


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