215,000 CAT forms sold, a sign of spurring demand for management courses


The sale of CAT forms this year stood at a whopping 215,000, better than the last year’s 206,000 forms. The CAT 2012 which is a management entrance test for IIMs and non IIM Business Schools in the country is deemed to be one of the toughest management entrance exams in the world.

More number of application sales indicate a sloppy economy, it suggests that more number of people are shifting away from Jobs. Most Business School students comprise of a majority of unemployed engineering graduates, their objective is to make themselves employable.  According to an earlier article we published, 25 out of 100 students doesn’t possess English speaking skills and are not employable. Students consider MBA for several reasons and the best of all is to secure a job. Earlier we reported that only 60,000 students have applied for the Common Management Aptitude Test (CMAT).

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