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The CMAT 2017 cut off will be released in the first week of February 2017. The CMAT cut off will be declared by each participating institute after CMAT results are declared. CMAT cut offs will determine whether a candidate could appear for the selection procedure of the institute of their choice or not.
A candidate must secure a percentile in the range of 90-99 in order to secure a call from one of the top b-schools participating in CMAT. Candidates who fulfil the eligibility criteria prescribed by an institute will be called for CMAT selection process round.
CMAT is conducted by AICTE for admission to management programs in various affiliated colleges. It is an objective exam conducted online. CMAT 2017 is a two-day window test which is scheduled on January 28-29, 2017.
The CMAT 2017 cut off can vary with the difficulty level of CMAT exam. This can go even higher or below the expected CMAT 2017 cut off. Candidate must fill the application forms of the participating B-schools so that they are eligible for further rounds once the CMAT 2017 result is declared.
CMAT cut off depends upon various factors such as the difficulty level of CMAT 2017 exam, number of participants etc. The prime factors affecting CMAT 2017 cut off are as follows:
In this section, we have prepared a list of expected cut off marks for various CMAT 2017 participating institutes. The expected cut off is not the final cut off and is only a projection of what might be the cut off percentile and score this year.
CMAT 2017 expected cut off has been prepared keeping in mind the cut off percentile for last few years, the expected difficulty level of the exam, and the average number of participants in CMAT. The CMAT expected cut off 2017 varies with the institute. Check below the expected CMAT 2017 cut off:
|College||CMAT Percentile and Score 2017 (expected)|
|SIMSREE Mumbai||99.6 Percentile|
|WE School Mumbai||99.06 Percentile (244)|
|Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) Mumbai||99.92 Percentile (285)|
|K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR), Mumbai||99.20 Percentile (246)|
|Goa Institute of Management, Goa||99.85 Percentile (260)|
|MET Institute of Management, Mumbai||97.27 Percentile (218)|
|Indian School of Mines University, Dhanbad||60 Percentile|
|Acharya Bangalore Business School (ABBS), Bangalore||90 Percentile (180)|
|Department of Management Studies, NIT Durgapur||156|
|XISS Ranchi||95 Percentile (199)|
|Pune University Department of Management Studies (PUMBA DMS)||96.42 Percentile (210)|
|IFIM Business School, Bangalore||85 Percentile|
|ASM Institute of International Business and Research, Pune||82 Percentile (170)|
|Alliance School of Business, Bangalore||100+ Score|
|Prin. LN Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research, Bangalore||85 Percentile|
|Asia Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi||85 Percentile (180)|
|Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management, Pune||75 Percentile (160)|
|Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi||75 Percentile (160)|
|Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies, Harihar & Pune||60 Percentile|
|National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM), Jaipur||45.5 Percentile|
|Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida||180|
|Acropolis Faculty of Management and Research||160|
|Indira School of Business Studies, Pune||160|
|Singhad Institute, Pune||200|
|Prestige institute of Management, Indore||220|
|Indus Business Academy, Bangalore||200|
|MIT School of Business, Pune||200|
|Medicaps Institute of Techno Management, Indore||170|
|Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering, Buldana||40|
|Indira Global Business School, Pune||180|
|JRE Group of Institutions, Greater Noida||190|
|Amrita School of Business, Coimbatore||300|
|Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow||60 Percentile|
|Doon Business School, Dehradun||160|
|Institute of Health Management Research, Bangalore||200|
|Acharya Bangalore Business School (ABBS), Bangalore||180/90 percentile|
AICTE approved Management institutes shortlist applicants on the basis of their performance in the CMAT exam. Each institute declares their own CMAT 2017 cut off percentile or score.
Candidates who score marks/percentile equal to or above the cut off marks will only be called for CMAT selection process.
The expected cut off marks will help a candidate assess their own performance and channel their preparation in the right direction. The list will also help a candidate to identify the institute they can apply based on the percentile required.
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