CMAT 2015 Cut Off for AICTE approved Institutes

CMAT 2015 Result has been declared by AICTE today. Now candidates looking for expected cut off for the various colleges to choose from. We are providing expected Cut Off for the AICTE Approved Institutes. A list of some Superior institute wise given below.

CMAT scores Acceptable to Maharashtra B schools
B schools of Universities in thirteen states of Chhatisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland,  Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh and other private B schools approved by AICTE accept the CMAT scores. 

Top rated Management institutes in Mahrashtra like SIMSREE, KJ Somaiya, PUBMA, where admission to their flagship MMS programmes is only through the CAP (Centralised Admission Process) also accept CMAT scores alongwith the scores of other five important tests including   MAH CET/CAT/XAT/ATMA/MAT.  

Admission Opportunities with CMAT score
CMAT awards a maximum score of 400. There were 100 questions carrying 4 marks each. Going by the past trend of admission criteria, it is expected that following CMAT 2015 second test scores will be accepted by various B schools in Maharashtra & Gujarat.

MBA/PGDM Programmes in Ahmedabad
With more focus on ‘Make in India’ MBA in Entrepreneurship is getting momentum with more opportunities to launch and grow your family business and develop entrepreneurship skill. The B schools in Ahmedabad offering such programmes are still open with their admission application process. The fee structure of these B schools is also affordable in comparison to IIMs and other private B schools. The best part is that these B schools will accept CMAT Feb 2015 scores.

 Amrut Mody School of Management (AMSoM), Ahmedabad

Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 150-170

Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI), Ahmedabad
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 150-170

MBA/PGDM programmes in Mumbai
Except JBIMS, admission opportunity can be explored with CMAT scores in almost all the Maharashtra B schools participating in CAP round 2015 to be conducted by DTE Maharashtra in the month of April-May 2015. 

Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE), Mumbai
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 270-290

K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR), Mumbai
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 250-270

SIES College of Management Studies, Mumbai
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 210-230

N. L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 180-200

IES Management College and Research Centre, Mumbai
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 170-190

MET Institute of Management, Mumbai  
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 170-190

Durga Devi Saraf Institute of Management Studies (DSIMS) Mumbai
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 110-130

Universal Business School, Mumbai
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 90-110

MBA/MMS/PGDM programmes in Pune & Nagpur

Pune University Department of Management Studies (PUMBA DMS)
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 220-250

Audyogik Shiksha Mandal (ASM), Pune    
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 210-230

Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management, Pune 
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 200-220

Sinhgad Institute, Pune  
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 200-220

Indira Institute of Management, Pune       
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 170-190

Balaji Society, Pune 
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 160-180

Kirloskar Institute of Advanced management Studies, Pune 
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 140-160

MIT School of Business (MITSOB), Pune
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 140-160

ISB&M, Pune
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 140-160

Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa Pune
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 140-160

IMT Nagpur
Expected CMAT Feb 2015cut off range: 140-160

Please remember that test scores of both the CMAT 2015 exams first and second will remain valid for the admission year 2015-16 and are supposed to be accepted by the AICTE approved institutes.

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