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IIM CAT 2020 Application correction: Indian Institute of Management, Indore has opened the application correction window for IIM CAT 2020 today, September 27, 2020. Candidates can check the official site of IIM CAT at iimcat.ac.in and make the corrections on the application form. The application correction window will remain open from September 27 to September 29, 2020 [5 pm].

The IIM CAT examination will be conducted on November 29, 2020. Candidates can make the corrections on the application form by following these simple steps given below.

IIM CAT 2020: How to make changes

Visit the official site at iimcat.ac.in.

Click on the IIM CAT 2020 link available on the home page.

Make the changes on the application form and click on submit.

Keep a hard copy of the same for further need.

IIM CAT 2020 will be conducted in three shifts. While there has been a decline in the total number of candidates who registered for the CAT 2020 exam to 2.3 lakh as compared to 2019 when it was more than 2.4 lakh, all the guidelines that have been related to COVID 19 will be followed at the test centre.

IIM CAT 2020: Application correction window: Here is what notification says

CAT 2020 Application form Edit Window will be live from 10:00 am on Sunday, September 27, 2020 to 5:00 pm on Tuesday, September 29, 2020.

Candidates applying for CAT 2020 should fulfill any one of the following conditions:
● Completed Bachelor’s degree with the required percentage of marks*.
● Completed professional degree (CA/CS/ICWA) with required percentage*.
● Should be in the final year of Bachelor’s degree with required percentage*.
*SC/ST/PwD candidates should have a minimum 45%. For General, EWS and NC-OBC
candidates, the minimum is 50%.
● The percentage of marks obtained by the candidate would be calculated based on the practice as
followed by the respective University/Institution. In case of grades/CGPA, the conversion to
percentage of marks would be based on the procedure as certified by the respective
University/Institution. If any University/Institution confirms that there is no scheme for converting
CGPA into equivalent marks, the equivalence would be established by dividing the candidate’s CGPA
by the maximum possible CGPA, and multiplying the result with 100.
● IIMs may verify eligibility at various stages of the selection process, the details of which are provided
at the website www.iimcat.ac.in. Applicants should note that the mere fulfilment of the minimum
eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for shortlisting by IIMs. Candidates must declare a