CAT may go International

KOCHI:Indian Institute of Management (IIM) authorities are toying with the idea of conducting Common Admission Test (CAT) on a global scale from next year.
It is not yet clear whether students who appear for CAT held abroad would get admission to IIMs or the score would be valid only for admission to B-schools in their own countries.
During a meeting, IIM directors explored ways and means to make CAT more relevant to the market.
IIM authorities feel CAT should go international. There was a consensus the CAT in its present format focuses on quantitative ability and data interpretation, besides verbal ability and logical reasoning of a candidate, and doesn’t test an individual’s managerial orientation, and this needs to change, the sources added.

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