Officials of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), which conducted the CAT 2009 this year across the country, said that the CAT score would be available on the website ‘catiim.in’.
“Candidates short-listed for interviews by each IIM will also be announced on CAT website as and when IIMs are ready with the list,” they said.
They also said that if the candidates have any queries regarding short-listing of candidates, they should contact the to respective IIMs.
Pan-India besides eight IIMs, there are over 120 non-member IIM, management schools registered with CAT and use the CAT score for admitting students in the institutes.
During the computer-based test system for the CAT this year, held first time, the students had to face lot of difficulties on account of technical glitches in first phase.
For some candidates who faced problems in test in the first phase were subsequently asked to take a re-test.
While 2.16 lakh candidates could satisfactorily appear in the test during the 11-day testing window last year, over 7000 odd students took the test in January this year during the second phase as they could not take the exam in first phase due to virus attacks and hardware problems and had opted for a re-test.
The CAT glitches were attributed by the IIMs and Prometric, the American firm jointly conducting the test, to virus attacks and some hardware problems.
Computer based CAT-2009 in first phase was marred by technical glitches from the very first day as students faced problems in logging in at centres in Gujarat, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Bhopal.
Prometric was awarded a USD 40-million contract by the IIMs to computerise the prestigious CAT exam.