CMAT 2017 Cutoff – With the issuance of the CMAT scorecard 2017 on February 09, 2017, the various participating Institutes will soon release their cutoff marks. It is important for the candidates to score the minimum cutoff marks to be eligible for the Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. Based on various factors, the participating Institutes will prepare their CMAT cutoff scores. A total of 59,181 candidates appeared for the test on January 28 & 29, 2017. With the help of the cutoff scores, the participating Institutes will shortlist the candidates for their pre-admission rounds. The can visit the official websites of the participating Institutes to check the cutoff scores. It is expected that the cutoff marks will be similar to that of the previous year. More details on the CMAT 2017 cutoff and the expected cutoff of the top-rated B-schools from the article below
The prime motive behind the preparation of the cutoff list is to select the most eligible and deserving candidate, out of the lakh of the other appearing candidates. The seats available for allotting admissions in the B-Schools are limited, therefore a need of cutoff arises here.
The candidate’s score will be calculated on the following basis -
The candidate’s percentile will be prepared according to the following formula -
P = ((N – Candidate’s Rank)/N) x 100
Here, the “P” is the candidate’s percentile and “N” is the total number of candidates who appeared for the test.
Based on the candidate’s overall score, the National Merit Ranking is prepared. In the case of two or more candidates obtaining the same score, their sectional scores will be considered in the following order -
Note: Even after applying the above method to break a tie, the tie exists then the same rank will be assigned to these candidates. Here, the name of these candidates will be displayed accordingly in the merit list.
The cutoffs will be finalized by AICTE affiliated institutes and AICTE has no role to play in deciding these cutoffs. We are listing below the expected cutoff for some of the CMAT Participating Institutes for the reference of the aspirants. It will help the candidates in drawing an idea about this year’s cutoff and how must they need to score in CMAT for seeking admission into these listed colleges and such other reputed institutes. Also, they will be able to prepare well for the test and can strategy their preparation based on these cutoffs.
|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|
Note - The scores/percentiles stated in the table above tend to change and the updated cutoff will be provided here as and when it will be available.
There are a number of factors which are involved in deciding the cutoff and some of these are listed here
Merit list is a list of selected candidates which will be prepared by AICTE. Along with the declaration of the CMAT Result, All India and State merit list will also be released. The candidates would be arranged in the merit list based on their marks of CMAT 2017. The candidate with the highest marks will be ranked 1. The B-schools will take into consideration these merit lists and the CMAT Cutoff as decided by them for shortlisting the eligible candidates, who will be called for the GD & PI rounds.
Along with the CMAT scores, the overall profile of the candidates is also considered by the institutes while shortlisting. Generally, the pre-admission process comprises of Group Discussion, a Written Test and Personal Interview. The selection criteria and cutoffs differ for various institutes. If a candidate scores marks less than the cutoff, he/she will not be considered for further admission rounds.