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CMAT 2024 Results Out | Expected DTE CAP Round Process | Colleges Open to Apply
June 11 2024

The Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a National Level Entrance Examination for admission to Management Programme(s) in the country. This Test facilitates AICTE affiliated participating Institutions to select suitable graduate candidates for admission to the Management Courses in such Institutions.

The CMAT-2022 will be conducted by the NTA. The CMAT is a three hours Computer Based Online Test which is conducted to evaluate the candidates ability across various segments like Quantitative Techniques, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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CMAT Results Out:

Downloading Scorecard:

The CMAT 2024 results are indeed out, and you can download your scorecard by following these steps:

  1. Visit the official NTA website: https://cmat.nta.nic.in/
  2. Look for the "CMAT Scorecard 2024" link (it might be on the homepage or under the "Results" section).
  3. Enter your application number, password, or date of birth (whichever is required).
  4. Click "Submit" and view your scorecard.
  5. Download and save the scorecard in PDF format for your records.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria for CMAT Examination

  1. The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline. Candidates appearing for the final year of their Bachelor’s Degree, whose result will be declared before the commencement of admission for the academic year 2023-24, can also apply for CMAT-2023.
  2. The candidate must be a citizen of India.
  3. There is no age restriction for appearing in CMAT – 2023.

Expected Cutoff  for CMAT 

College Name Expected Cutoff
JBIMS 99.99%ile
SIMSREE 99.96%ile
KJ Somaiya Institute of Management 97%ile
Great Lakes Institute of Management 97%ile
PUMBA 96%ile
Department of Management Sciences, University of Pune 95-99%ile
Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai 85%ile
Welingkar Institute Of Management, Bangalore 80%ile
NIPM Pune 85%ile
XISS Ranchi 85%ile
IMT Hyderabad 80%ile
NIA 75%ile
IMT Nagpur 80%ile
SOIL 75%ile
IMT Navi Mumbai 80%ile
AURO 70%ile
ADANI 70%ile
D Y Patil University School of Management 70%ile
Amrita School of Business – DMS, Bangalore 80%ile
Asia-Pacific Institute of Management 85%ile
Accurate Group of Institutions 70%ile
Indus Business Academy, Bangalore 60%ile
Birla Institute of Management Technology 230 score
KIIT School of Management 230 score
IES Management College and Research Centre 220 score
Xavier Business School 245 score
Calcutta Business School 210 score
VIT Business School 194 score
M.S Ramaiah Institute of Management 205 score
SIES College of Management Studies, Navi Mumbai 230 score
AIMS Institute, Bangalore 230 score
XIME, Bangalore 230 score
XIME, Chennai 220 score
Christ University Institute of Management, Bangalore 220 score


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Expected DTE CAP Round Process

The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra, conducts the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) for MBA/MMS admissions in the state. Here is an overview of the expected CAP process:

  1. Online Registration:
    • Candidates must register online on the DTE Maharashtra website by filling out personal, academic, and contact details.
  2. Document Verification:
    • After registration, candidates need to get their documents verified at designated Facilitation Centers (FCs). Documents include mark sheets, CMAT scorecards, domicile certificates, etc.
  3. Provisional Merit List:
    • A provisional merit list is released based on the candidates’ CMAT scores and academic records. Candidates can raise objections if there are discrepancies.
  4. Final Merit List:
    • After addressing objections, a final merit list is published.
  5. Option Entry and Seat Allotment:
    • Candidates must fill in their preferences for colleges and courses online. Based on the merit list and preferences, seats are allocated in multiple CAP rounds.
  6. Reporting to the Allotted Institute:
    • After seat allotment, candidates must report to the allotted institute to confirm their admission by submitting required documents and paying the fees.
  7. Subsequent Rounds:
    • If seats remain vacant, additional CAP rounds are conducted following the same process.


Anisha Mukhija

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