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    azay1
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    What marks and percentages are required for a ST candidate to get admission in IIM-A,B,C?

    how much of marks and percentage are needed for an ST candidate to get into IIM-A , B, C ??????
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    cruz
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    Re: What marks and percentages are required for a ST candidate to get admission in IIM-A,B,C?

    Hi there!
    >>CAT(common admission test) is the examination for all the 13 IIMs in India.
    >>There are no different entrance examinations for different IIMs like IIM-A,IIM-D etc.
    >>For you(as an SC candidate) following are the eligibility criteria for the same:
    -You should have a graduation degree at least
    -You should have a minimum of 45% of marks in your graduation from a government recognized university
    -Minmum fulfillments of the mark criteria may no b be considered for shorlisting for IIMs.
    -There are no age constraints for the CAT.
    >>It is held in the month of November/December.
    >>Following is the official annoucement of CAT examination for your reference:



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    BISWARUP
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    Re: What marks and percentages are required for a ST candidate to get admission in IIM-A,B,C?

    IIM Ahmedabad (IIMA)you should have around 99.3 percentile overall .

    IIM Bangalore (IIMB)profile based around 95 percentile overall.

    IIM Lucknow(IIML)you should have profile based around 97 percentile.

    IIM Calcutta(IIMC)you should have around 98.96 percentile overall

    IIM Indore(IIMI)you should have around 98 percentile overall

    IIM Shilong(IIMS) you should have minimum 80% marks in graduation as well as 85 percentile overall

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    Re: What marks and percentages are required for a ST candidate to get admission in IIM-A,B,C?

    what marks required in CAT to join IIM ?

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