Common Admission Test(CAT) of the Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) will become computer based tests (CBT) from this year onwards and will be held in two sessions, IIM-A officials said.
"CAT of the IIMs is going to be a computer aided test from this year onwards, and shall be conducted in two sessions (morning and afternoon) each day, in a span of about ten days," IIM-A official said.
According to IIM-A website, CAT will be held during November 28, 2009 to December 7, 2009. A candidate can choose the test date, session (morning/afternoon), and venue across thirty centres (cities) all over India, subject to availability.
IIM's till now have been conducting CAT in paper and pencil format for the last 33 years.
According to IIM-A website, a prospective candidate has to buy a scratch-voucher from the deisgnated bank branches, and later register online for CAT 2009.
"Sale of vouchers and registration for CAT will start from September 9 and end on October 1, 2009," IIM-A official said.
CAT Exam to be Computer Based From This Year
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