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    Eligibility for CAT with backlogs in B.Com.?

    if some1 fails in his 1st attempt of bcom,and he clears it next attempt will he be eligible for cat or iim's?



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    Re: Eligibility for CAT with backlogs in B.Com.?

    CAT stands for Common Admission Test.It is one of the entrance exam for MBA [Master of Business Administration] conducted by IIMs [Indian Institute of Management]The following are the elligible criteria for writting CAT exam»» You must complete bachelor degree with good marks»» You should not have any backlogs,if you have any such thing then first clear it.»» There is no age limit for wriiting CAT exam. ..... All the best ....

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    Re: Eligibility for CAT with backlogs in B.Com.?

    Eligibility for CAT - Common Admission Test

    Candidate should have passed bachelor's degree examination in any discipline from a recognized university or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university or institute

    You should have secured minimum 50% marks in graduation in aggregate and 45% marks in case of candidates belonging to SC or ST or PWD or ESM category

    There is no matter about age limit means you can apply at any stage of your age

    If you have cleared your all backlogs in second attempt in further session of examination and have got the certificate of graduation then you are 100% eligible to apply for this examination and you should apply for this test because CAT 2014 is going to be conducted between - 16th of October to 11th of November

    You can register for CAT - 2014 between - 29th of July to 24th of September 2013 so you can see that there is no more time left for you to apply for this examination that is why register for this examination first then think about preparation and for that you can get any good coaching institute because there are various reputed and best centers that offers guaranteed placement in top most management institute after qualifying entrance exams and give more time for preparation to secure your future

    All the best

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    Re: Eligibility for CAT with backlogs in B.Com.?

    CAT exam put forward strict qualification criteria as it is one of the most sought after exams for admission to MBA programs in premium business schools in India. Any graduate can appear for this exam provided he meets the criteria of desired pass percentage.
    Basic eligibility for CAT
    The qualification criterion that is needed for a student to apply for the Common Admission Test is a graduate degree from an approved college. The students can be from any stream, but they are required to have a score of atleast 50 percent in their final exams. Students of the Sc/St/PH and OBC communities require only 45 percentage marks. Those who are writing their final year exam are qualified to appear for the exam too.
    Qualifying Examinations for CAT
    Candidates who have cleared the qualifying exam by means of any of these methods can apply for the CAT exam. Aspirants who have done their graduation from any university accepted by the Association of Indian Universities or the All India Council for Technical Education can apply for the CAT exam. Albeit this is the basic qualification required to write the CAT exam, the criterion will change according to the norms of the institutions.
    Who can apply for CAT?
    All permanent residents of India are eligible to appear for the test. In addition to it, foreign nationals who fulfill the needed eligibly criterion can apply for the Common Admission Test.
    Eligibility for the Foreign Nationals/NRI/PIO for CAT
    The eligibility that is needed for foreign nationals, PIO’s or NRI’s is that they must have a Bachelors degree with a minim of 50% (candidates of the SC/ST, PWD categories must have a minimum of 45%). The certification must be from any of the Universities that are accredited by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. Candidates who will be writing the final exam are also qualified to appear for the CAT exam. Those who have finished their studies and are expecting their results can submit an application for the exam too.
    Special reservation and scholarship for Diaspora Children for CAT
    The candidates of the Diaspora category will be given scholarships in India through the CAT. 100 seats are allotted to these candidates. Amongst that 50 percent of the scholarship slots will be reserved for the NRI’s and the remaining 50 percent for the PIO’s. Incase there are no eligible PIO candidates, the vacant seats will be allocated to the to NRI candidates.

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    Re: Eligibility for CAT with backlogs in B.Com.?

    Hello my dear Friend


    There is No problem dear you did not face such issues in Future

    CAT is the one of the Toughest and Valuable score which is used to help to get in to the Top most colleges

    If you are Interested to apply for the CAT you must have Completed the Graduation from the Recognized university with Minimum 50% of marks

    There is No limit on the Age

    Final Year students are also Eligible to apply for the CAT

    If you still have Backlogs then you will face a Problem with Those


    But As you said you have completed the All Backlogs so You have never face that type of problems

    That is all


    If you have backlogs then there is No problem at the time of Application process

    But After come out of the Results you will be Shortlisted for the other levels of Selection process


    Good luck


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