Exam to be held on November 28
The registration deadline for the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2021 has been extended to September 22 till 5 pm. All the candidates who have not filled in the application form for CAT 2021 yet can do so by visiting the official website.
Earlier, the last date to enrol for CAT 2021 was September 15.
CAT 2021 is scheduled to be held on November 28. The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad will conduct CAT 2021 in 158 cities. Candidates will be given the option to choose six optional cities. Also, candidates can now choose Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) as a preferred city for CAT 2021.
How to apply for CAT 2021:
-- Visit the office website -- iimcat.ac.in.
-- Register to generate a unique user ID and password.
-- Log in with the generated user ID and password to fill in the application form.
-- Submit the application form after entering details and making online payment to complete the registration and application process.
After the closure of the registration window, a very short edit window will be made available to the registered applicants. This option will be available only for those candidates who have paid the registration fee and enrolled successfully for CAT 2021 within the specified deadline.
The registration fee is Rs 1,100 for SC, ST and PwD category candidates and Rs 2,200 for all other candidates. The admit card will be available on the official website on October 27, 2021.
CAT 2021 will be conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) as a prerequisite for admission to various management courses of IIMs.
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