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IIM Raipur Conducts Common Admission Process-2013

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IIM Raipur Holds CAP-2013 In March
IIM Raipur will conduct the Common Admission Process (CAP) 2013 for new IIMs -- Ranchi, Rohtak, Raipur, Trichy, Udaipur and Kashipur. The CAP will include WAT and personal interview (PI) and the scores will be acceptable for all the new IIMs.

The upcoming process is the third time in India. The previous two process were held by IIM Ranchi and IM Rohtak.

What is CAP-2013?
The CAP-2013 (Common Admission Process) is conducted in order to provide admissions in all similar institutes such as IIT's, IIM's, IIIT's and more.

Why CAP? What are its Benefits?
In case of CAT, its main focus Is to benefit students. It saves time as they do not have to appear for a WAT and PI at various institutes. The whole process shall be smooth and easy for students. And of-course, students will always wish for a easier part of getting into any IIM's. And hence, the CAP is useful.

Procedure of CAP: Each IIM shall prepare its own shortlist of candidates based on their respective criteria. Later the combined list of candidates shall be considered for further processing and then published by the conducting IIM i.e. IIM Raipur. Next, from the combined list, candidates will be called for WAT and PI (Writing Aptitude Test and Personal Interview) rounds by the other participating IIM's.

Final Selection Process: Once they Normalize the PI and WAT scores across all sections, centres and IIM's, a combined merit list will be displayed for the entire students to be considered for admissions in all the six new IIM's. Each individual new IIM will take the normalized PI and WAT score of the candidates shortlisted by them and combine it with scores for other criteria like CAT score, profile and any other scores to make their own individual merit list in order to make final offers to candidates.

CLICK HERE To check the SCHEDULE of CAP-2013.

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