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Way2k 4 Oct 2012
Glitch-free CMAT comes to an end

The Common Management Admission Test (CMAT), which was conducted over a period of nine days, came to an end on Tuesday, 28th Feb. The exam went off smoothly in all the 68 centres in the country. Around 70,000 students had registered for the exam that was conducted for admission to 3,000 institutes registered with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The organizers saw an attendance of around 80% across the country and more than 90% in Mumbai. Students will be able to see their scores, cumulative as well as individual, online on March 11. Pravir Arora, executive vice-president of Aptech which provided technical support to AICTE for CMAT, said, "There were no exams went on without any glitches. Though we have not compiled daily attendance, it has been over 80% across the country. After the results are out, we might have a meeting with AICTE authorities to chalk out plans for next year." Owing to Tuesday's nation-wide trade union strike, the exam was postponed to Wednesday, 29th Feb in Kolkata. While the stakeholders had a lot of apprehensions about the test conducted by AICTE, the organisers have managed to keep up the standard, both technically and qualitatively.

Glitch-free CMAT comes to an end

Courtesy: Times of India

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