Common Admission Process (CAP) 2023 for admissions to PGP/MBA in nine IIMs


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Nine Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) have invited applications for admission to their Post Graduate Programme (PGP) in Management/Master of Business Administration (MBA) offered by them, based on the results of Common Admission Test (CAT) 2022, thorough Common Admission Process (CAP) 2023.

The IIMs participating in CAP 2023 are Bodh Gaya, Jammu, Kashipur, Raipur, Ranchi, Sambalpur, Sirmaur, Tiruchirappally and Udaipur with IIM Udaipur as the Coordinating Institute.

Applicant should have qualified in CAT 2022. Applicant should have selected one or more of the participating Institutes of CAP 2023 during the CAT-2022 Registration. If not, they are not eligible to register for CAP 2023.

Applicants are required to have the prescribed cut-off for Section I: Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension; Section II: Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning; Section III: Quantitative Ability and for the total percentile in CAT 2022.

The minimum required cut off, category-wise is as follows for the four components in that order.

General: 70,70,70 and 92; EWS: 40,40,40, 70; NC-OBC: 45,45,45, 74; SC: 35,35,35, 54; ST, DAP: 25,32, 32.5, 40.

Registration can be done at https://cap2023.iimu.ac.in/login latest by 5 pm on 19th January, 2023.

Date & time for Personal Interview (PI) will be allocated to the registered CAP-2023 candidates in the second week of February 2023. Interviews will be held online during February 13th - 18th, 2023; February 20th - 25th, 2023 and February 27th - March 4th, 2023.

For preparing the merit list, CAT Score; Personal Interview (PI) and Profile will get 60%, 15% and 25% weightage.

The Programs available at the Institutes are given at the website of the respective Institutes and also at CAT 2022 website, https://iimcat.ac.in/

For details, visit https://cap2023.iimu.ac.in/login

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