Yes, three students from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Bombay achieved 100 percentile in the Common Admission Test(CAT). Overall, there are 16 students scoring 100 percentile, out of which 3 are from IIT Bombay.
Common Admission Test (CAT) 2014 is an entrance exam for admission to India’s chief Indian Institutes of Management and 70 other top B-schools in the nation.
Vibhu Gupta and Anurag Reddy are both fourth year students of the organization and Harshveer Jain, who has graduated from IIT-B in April both have scored a 100 percentile. The aggregate number of applicants from Mumbai who scored a 100 percentile was not accessible. In regards to this, Rohit Kapoor, who is the CAT convenor says that They yet don’t have particular points of interest on the quantity of hopefuls who have scored a 100 percentile. These my be accessible later in the week.
Gupta an inhabitant of Kandivali, is pursuing mechanical engineering at IIT-B and aced the examination in the first attempt. Moreover, he did not joined any coaching class and as he says, he honed frequently ly through test series and mock CAT tests. The paper this year was relatively simple and with the new pattern therefore he could attempt more questions. With a placement offer already in hand, Gupta is hoping to get admission at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A).
Reddy, who is seeking electrical engineering at IIT-B is initially from Nalgonda close to Hyderabad. He expects to secure confirmation at IIM-A and represent considerable authority in Finance. He said that when he had joined IIT, he was acquainted with financial aspects and account and I created an enthusiasm toward it. His enthusiasm for science as a kid helped him expert the test.Frm his adolescence, he could understand the considerable measure of arithmetic and bent issues and on account of that he didn’t need to get ready for math at all. This seems to be a great start.