- India’s latest Common Admission Test (CAT), which was conducted on 25 November for admissions into the 20
Indian Institute of Management(IIM) schools, saw a 50% growth in women candidates taking the exam from six years ago.
- Over 84,350 women candidates registered for the entrance test this year, up 8% from the previous year.
- The IIMs credit up to 5% additional points in the selection process for women aspirants and non-engineers.
The number of women candidates taking the latest Common Admission Test (CAT), mandatory for entry into India’s prestigious Indian Institute of Management, has jumped significantly in the last five years.
For the latest exam held on 25 November, the number of women candidates was 50%…