Diminished CAT Registration Due To Drop In Job Scenario

MBA Aspirants are facing tremendous fights to get good job placements in the current Indian Market. And this has resulted in drop of CAT registrations year by year.

Management Entrance institutions have predicted 5-7% of drop fall in the CAT enrolments this year.This fall is not only because of the fall in job placements but also due to raise in the Fee  structures.

In Mumbai, the Institute of Management Studies (IMS), is running a 'Study Buddy' offer, giving a fee waiver of Rs 8,000 each to students who join the institute as a group of five. For a group of four, three and two, the discounts are up to Rs 6,000, Rs 5,000 and Rs 4,000, respectively. For the Common Management Aptitude Test or CMAT, conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the institute is offering a waiver of Rs 6,000 each.

The institutes say the biggest drop in numbers of CAT aspirants may come from Tier-III towns.

Management institutes have increased their fee by 10-15 per cent for this year's students. B-schools, to battle inflation and rising operational costs, have decided to pass on the cost to students by increasing the fee.

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