With the declaration of CMAT 2019 Result, candidates wait for CMAT 2019 Cut Offs of Top B-Schools / MBA Colleges. Many top institutes of the nation take admissions in their management programmes on this basis of the CMAT scores. The official cut-offs releases and the candidates can apply for the admissions in the participating institutes. In this article, we are listing down the top B-Schools/MBA colleges of the nation that accept the CMAT 2019 scores. The cut-off marks will be updated here as soon as the institutes release them.
CMAT Cut Off of Top B-Schools / MBA Colleges 2019
The CMAT 2019 cutoff is announced after the result. Until then, the check table below. It shows the last years’ cut-off percentile of CMAT examination. The previous years’ cut-off of top participating institutes will help you get a rough estimate of the percentile required to take admissions in them.
|Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai||99.92|
|Goa Institute of Management, Goa||99.85|
|K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR), Mumbai||99.20|
|Prin LN Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research, Mumbai||99.06|
|Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai||99.06|
|Pune University Department of Management Studies (PUMBA DMS), Pune||96.42|
|Xavier Institute of Social Service, Jharkhand||95|
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CMAT Cut Off 2019: Determining Factors
The cut-off will be decided by the individual institutes that will accept CMAT scores as criteria to take admissions in the MBA and PGDM programmes. The Deciding factors will depend on various factors, while it is the sole decision of the Participating Institutes but there are few general factors that will help to decide the CMAT cut off 2019. Here are a few factors that will decide CMAT cut off:
- Number of Candidates who have appeared in the CMAT 2019 Examination.
- The number of seats that are available in the programmes.
- Number of Candidates passing the CMAT 2019 Examination.
- The difficulty level of the CMAT 2019 Question Paper.
Analysis of CMAT 2018, CMAT 2017 and CMAT 2016
If we compare the merit list of CMAT 2017, CMAT 2016 and CMAT 2015, we can see the following differences:
- In CMAT 2017 and in CMAT 2015, 2 students scored a 100 percentile while in CMAT 2016 only 1 student scored a 100 percentile.
- The highest scored marks of CMAT 2017 was 350 while the highest score of CMAT 2016 was 300, and in CMAT 2015 it was 305.
- 2,956 student scored a percentile of 95+ in CMAT 2017, while in CMAT 2016 the number of students who scored a 95+ percentile was 2,751 and in CMAT 2015 it was 2,882.
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On analyzing the differences we find that the performance of the candidates was the best in the year of 2017. The CMAT 2016 performance went a bit down as compared to both the years but with a minute difference. It will be interesting to know what will be the analysis of this year’s CMAT result, will the performance drop or the graph will rise.
Top CMAT 2019 Participating Colleges
The cut-off of the top business schools and MBA colleges of the nation will be released anytime soon. The candidates who have scored well in CMAT 2019 must prepare for the admission process in the institutes. The list of top B-schools/MBA colleges that will accept CMAT 2019 score for admission in their MBA and PGDM programmes are given in the table below:
|Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS)||Mumbai|
|Goa Institute of Management||Goa|
|K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR)||Mumbai|
|Prin LN Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research||Mumbai|
|Pune University Department of Management Studies (PUMBA DMS)||Pune|
|Xavier Institute of Social Service||Jharkhand|
|Great Lakes Institute of Management||Chennai|
Data of CMAT Cut Off of top B Schools or MBA colleges 2019 is a highly sought after statistic. However 2019 cutoffs will only be available once CMAT 2019 result is announced, and also colleges conclude admission process. Cut-offs of past years and expected cutoffs of 2019 play a key role until colleges announce 2019 cutoffs.