IIM-Calcutta to host CAT in 2011

Published: Thursday, April 28, 2011, 9:50 [IST]
 

Last year, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow(IIM-L) took the responsibility and this year its the Indian Institute of Management- Calcutta (IIM-C) which will be organising the country's most prominent management entrance examination, Common Admission Test (CAT).

Faculty at IIM-C Janakiraman Moorthy who has been newly appointed as convener for CAT 2011 said, "The internal process of the taking over of the responsibility is over. Now, we have started working on the modalities of the test for this year. However, it is too early to declare anything concrete on details like what new aspects will be introduced in the test this year and so on."

It has been reported that CAT will continue it's partnership with Prometric for conducting the test online.While IIM-C will conduct CAT in 2011, IIM-Lucknow will lend them support in the process. IIM-C will be in touch with the rest of the IIMs to obtain support in various ways.

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