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AICTE CMAT Sept 2012 Results& Merit List Announced

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CMAT Sept 2012 Results Declared
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi had conducted the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) from Sept 27 to Oct 01, 2012. Around 60,000 students have registered for the CMAT Sept 2012 exam.

CMAT Sept 2012 result out by 12 Am tonight. A boy from Delhi, Aniruddh Batra scores 330 out of 400 marks, secured first rank in CMAT 2012. Ratul Banerjee from Chennai has secures rank 2 and Gopal Bawal from Mumbai is at rank 3. The lowest marks scores stand at 36 and the average marks are 116.

Click here to check the CMAT Sept 2012 Results.

Click here to see the Merit List.

Mumbai saw the highest registration numbers at 11,000 and highest number of students who attempted the exam at 9,000. However, the highest scores from Karnataka, followed by Chennai and Gurgaon. Out of 48,000 students who attended the exam, as many as 30% were girls. Reserved category students constituted around 30% of the students.

The expert committee formed by AICTE to probe into the alleged wrong questions in the test, the chairman said that some four to five questions had been declared wrong.

SS Mantha, Chairman, AICTE said, "Each question carries four marks, If a student had attempted one of these wrong questions, we will calculate his total marks out of 396 instead of 400. Finally, we will scale the total marks up out of 400".

AICTE conducting the CMAT exam twice every year, the comparison between the scores achieved by students who attempt the exam in both September abd January will bo done on the basis of total marks and not their ranks.

On the CMAT website, AICTE approved institutions using CMAT scores is displayed. The B-Schools like Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon, and Xavier's Labour Resource Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur, which is not considering CMAT scores for this year's admission process.

Questioned about this anomaly, Mantha Said, "A list of all colleges accepting CMAT scores is yet to be put up on the site,"adding that the present list was only a compiled list of AICTE approved b-schools.

CMAT is the only test for admission in MBA Programmes in AICTE approved institutions and University Departments of all the states, and one of the five tests for PGDM programmes for the session 2013-14.

"According to the Supreme court decision, CMAT is one of five entrance exam that the 300 PGDM institutes mentioned in the list can consider fro admissions, For the rest 3,500 MBA Colleges, CMAT is mandatory", said Mantha.

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