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CAT Topper 2016 - Avidipto Chakraborty

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CAT Topper 2016 - Avidipto Chakraborty

Avidipto Chakraborty has scored a perfect 100 percentile in CAT 2016. In his first attempt itself, Chakraborty cleared the prestigious examination conducted on December 4, 2016. He attributes his success to the number of mock tests he has taken for the Common Admission Test preparation. “I completely relied on self-studies and did not take get enrolled in any coaching

CMAT Exam Toppers 2017

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CMAT All India Merit List - 2017

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CMAT All India Merit List - 2017

All India Council for Technical Education announces the All India Merit list based on the scores obtained by the candidates in computer based Common Management Admission Test CMAT-2017 conducted online exam on 28th and 29th Jan 2017.

The merit list indicates Roll number, Rank and the Score of all the candidates. CMAT-2017 score is valid for the admissions of academic year 2017-18.

The Scores obtained have been calculated by assigning:

  • +4 marks for the correct answer
  • -1 mark for incorrect answer
  • 0 mark for no answer

A national merit ranking has been arrived based on the Total Score. In case scores are same for more than one candidate, the ranking has been done on sectional score considered in the order of:

  • Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Language Comprehension
  • General Awarenession.
     

In case more than one candidate secures same ranking as per the above criteria, the same Rank will be assigned to all of them but will be displayed by sorting their names alphabetically. The Rank of the subsequent candidate will then be extended by the number of additional students having the same Rank. For example if three students are at 25th Rank then subsequent student will be ranked as 28th.

Percentile has been calculated using the formula:

(News) IIMs will soon grant degree courses to MBA students

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(News) IIMs will soon grant degree courses to MBA students


The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bill, 2017, under which the IIMs would be declared as Institutions of National Importance which will enable them togrant degrees to their students.

Following are the salient features of the Bill:

i. IIMs can grant degrees to their students
ii. The Bill provides for complete autonomy to the Institutions, combined with adequate accountability.
iii. Management of these Institutions would be Board driven, with the Chairperson and Director of an Institution which will be selected by the Board.
iv. A greater participation of experts and alumni in the Board is amongst otherimportant features of the Bill.
v. Provision has also been made for inclusion of women and members from Scheduled Castes/Tribes in the Board.
vi. The Bill also provides for periodic review of the performance of Institutions by independent agencies, and placing the results of the same on public domain.
vii. The Annual Report of the Institutions will be placed in the Parliament and CAG will be auditing their accounts.
viii. There is also a provision of Coordination Forum of IIMs as an advisory body.

CAT Toppers 2016 - Akshay Mehndiratta, Rahul Sharma and Yash Choudhary

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CAT Toppers 2016 - Akshay Mehndiratta, Rahul Sharma and Yash Choudhary


Results of the Common Admission Test (CAT) were declared earlier on Monday and as many as 20 candidates scored 100 percentile. Akshay Mehndiratta, Rahul Sharma and Yash Choudhary are among those who got the perfect score. How did they prepare for the test?

Sharing his strategy, Mehndiratta, an IIT Delhi alumnus, working with EXL Analytics in Gurgaon as a consultant, says he managed to achieve a perfect work-life balance with studies. “I regularly took test series and mocks over the last one year. My focus for the last four months was on improving my weakness in the verbal ability section. I didn’t get nervous on the test day and kept calm. I kept telling myself that CAT is not a test of knowledge but a test of aptitude,” he says.

Mehndiratta cleared CAT in his second attempt and is hoping to make it to IIM Ahmedabad. While giving the test, his target was to attempt 31 questions in verbal ability, 25 questions in data interpretation and logical reasoning and 29 questions in quantitative ability. “But the idea was to attempt them with accuracy.”

(Result) Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP Test) - 2016

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(Result) Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP Test) - 2016

Exam Name: SNAP Test

Year: 2016

(Result) Common Admission Test (CAT) - 2016

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(Result) Common Admission Test (CAT) - 2016

Exam Name: Common Admission Test (CAT)

Year: 2016

(Question Paper Pattern) Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) - 2017

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(Question Paper Pattern) Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT)

  1. This examination consists of two parts: Part I and Part II. Part I has three sections A, B and C with 24, 21 and 27 questions respectively, i.e. a total of 72 questions. The three sections of Part I are followed by Part II with 25 GK questions and an essay. If there is a problem with your test booklet, inform the invigilator/supervisor immediately and get a replacement.
  2. Do not seek clarification on any item in the test booklet from the test invigilator or the centre supervisor. Use your best judgment.
  3. The time for completing the three sections and general knowledge is 210 minutes. You are expected to answer the first three sections in 170 minutes and General Knowledge QUESTIONS in 35 minutes. Aim at securing maximum scores in each section. General Knowledge marks would be used only for the final selection and not for shortlisting candidates for interview/GD.
  4. All questions carry EQUAL marks. ONE FOURTH OF A MARK may be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  5. Leaving a question UNATTEMPTED may result in a DEDUCTION OF 0.05 MARK. However, this deduction will not apply for a MAXIMUM OF 12 UNATTEMPTED QUESTIONS. The negative marks for UNATTEMPTED QUESTIONS shall be deducted proportionately across the three sections.
  6. Each question has five alternatives. Answer each question by darkening the appropriate bubble against the question number on the answer sheet. For example, if your answer to question number 1 is ‘B’, completely darken the bubble ‘B’ against the question.
  7. Mark all your answers only on the (OMR) answer sheet. Use the margin in the test booklet for rough work. No other piece of paper is permitted for rough work.
  8. Use only BLUE OR BLACK BALL-POINT PEN for marking answers on the OMR answer sheet. Do not use gel pens or ink pens.
  9. Failure to follow instructions and examination norms will lead to disqualification.

(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2013

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(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2013

Direction for questions 1 to 5: Given below are the shares of sectoral FDI inflow to India in different years (figures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2012

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(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2012

1. In the word HEIRARCHICAL, If the first and second, third and fourth, fourth and fifth, fifth and sixth letters are interchanged up to the last letter, which are the two position from the left on which R would appear and on which positions would C appear twice?

(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2011

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(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2011

Direction for questions 1 to 4: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given at the end.

Passage 1

(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2010

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(Paper) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Previous Paper - 2010

2. How many positive integers ‘n’ can we form using the digits 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, 6, 7 if we want ‘n’ to exceed 6,000,000?

(About) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT)

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(About) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT)

About IIFT:

The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organisation to help professionalise the country's foreign trade management and increase exports by developing human resources, analysing and disseminating data and conducting research. The Institute visualises its future role as:

(Selection Procedure) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Entrance Test

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(Selection Procedure) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Entrance Test

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The selection procedure will be same for all the categories. There are 3 stages or rounds involved in IIFT Selection Procedure.

(Eligibility) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Entrance Test

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(Eligibility) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Entrance Test

Eligibility:

  • Recognized Bachelor's degree of minimum 3 years' duration in any discipline.
  • Candidates appearing in final year of Graduation can also apply subject to submission of proof of requisite qualification by 7th October 2017.
  • No age limit.

Courtesy: IIFT

(Notification) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Entrance Test - 2017

(Notification) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Entrance Test - 2017

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) schedules Entrance Test for those candidates who wish to get admission in MBA (International Business) program at New Delhi and Kolkata campus. This is a national level entrance examination and thousands of students take up this examination every year.

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