IIM Bangalore Cut off 2021: Qualifying (Shortlist), Final (Call) Cutoff ,Bannerghatta Road

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What's new regarding IIM Bangalore cut off 2021? CAT 2021 cut offs will be released by the IIMs after the declaration of CAT results. The result of CAT 2021 exam was released on Jan 3, 2022 thus, the cut offs are expected to be out anytime soon by the top IIMs for shortlisting of candidates for the WAT-PI round. Read more

Accepting CAT as the primary exam for admission, IIMs do not release CAT cutoffs publically as their cutoffs are accessible only via account login to candidates who appear for the exam. A lot of news websites including the official IIM websites, however, publish the qualifying cutoffs. But, aspirants must note that that there are two types of CAT cutoffs for admission to IIMs - qualifying cutoff (or shortlist cutoff) and final cutoff (or call cutoff). While the qualifying cutoff is announced with the release of admission policy (for particular IIMs), the latter is announced (not publicly) post result declaration.

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  1. IIM Bangalore Cut off 2021: Qualifying (RELEASED)
  2. IIM Bangalore Expected CAT Cutoff 2021 Vs Other IIMs/Non-IIMs Expected CAT Cu

What's new regarding IIM Bangalore cut off 2021? CAT 2021 cut offs will be released by the IIMs after the declaration of CAT results. The result of CAT 2021 exam was released on Jan 3, 2022 thus, the cut offs are expected to be out anytime soon by the top IIMs for shortlisting of candidates for the WAT-PI round. Read more

Accepting CAT as the primary exam for admission, IIMs do not release CAT cutoffs publically as their cutoffs are accessible only via account login to candidates who appear for the exam. A lot of news websites including the official IIM websites, however, publish the qualifying cutoffs. But, aspirants must note that that there are two types of CAT cutoffs for admission to IIMs - qualifying cutoff (or shortlist cutoff) and final cutoff (or call cutoff). While the qualifying cutoff is announced with the release of admission policy (for particular IIMs), the latter is announced (not publicly) post result declaration.

Table of Contents
  1. IIM Bangalore Cut off 2021: Qualifying (RELEASED)
  2. IIM Bangalore Expected CAT Cutoff 2021 Vs Other IIMs/Non-IIMs Expected CAT Cutoff 2021
  3. IIM Bangalore Cutoff FAQs

IIM Bangalore Cut off 2021: Qualifying (RELEASED)

IIM Bangalore aspirants must know that the call CAT cutoff 2021 is always higher than the qualifying cutoff. Also, IIMs accept both sectional and overall cutoff for admission. For IIM Bangalore PGP admission 2021, the overall qualifying cutoff for General category students is 80 percentile, however, it is expected that IIM Bangalore final CAT cutoff 2021 will be ranging between 99-100 percentile. The following table mentions IIM Bangalore shortlist cutoff 2021 across all sections and categories:

Category

VARC

DILR

QA

Overall

General

80

75

75

85

NC-OBC

70

65

65

75

EWS

70

65

65

75

SC

65

60

60

70

ST

55

55

55

65

PWD

50

50

50

60

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IIM Bangalore Expected CAT Cutoff 2021 Vs Other IIMs/Non-IIMs Expected CAT Cutoff 2021

IIMs do not release their final call cutoffs officially. But, after gathering information from multiple sources on the internet, we have come up with an expected final CAT cutoff 2021 for top IIMs and non-IIMs. The below graph compares the minimum final cutoff (expected) required by top Management institutes (ranging between 95 and 100 percentile):

IIM Bangalore Cut off 2021

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IIM Bangalore Cutoff FAQs

Q. Does a candidate require to clear CAT cutoff of each section to get admission to IIM Bangalore?

A. Yes, it is compulsory to clear sectional cutoffs and the overall cutoff in order to get admission to IIM Bangalore.

Q. What is the difference between the qualifying and final cutoff of IIM Bangalore?

A. The qualifying CAT cutoff is the minimum percentile required to be eligible for the Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) round. The final CAT cutoff is the percentile that candidates must have to participate in the WAT/GD-PI round.

Q. What is the CAT percentile required to get into IIM Bangalore?

A. For the PGP batch of 2022, the qualifying sectional cutoffs for General category candidates is 80 for VARC and 75 each for DILR and QA and the overall percentile requirement is 80. However, for final admission, the final cutoff for IIM B will be much higher than this. 

Q. What is the qualifying cutoff for SC category students at IIM Bangalore?

A. For SC category students, the minimum qualifying sectional cutoffs for PGP batch of 2022 is 65 for VARC and 60 each for DILR and QA and the overall cutoff stands at 70 percentile.

Q. What is the expected cutoff of IIM Bangalore for PGP 2022-24 batch?

A. It is expected that IIM Bangalore final CAT cutoff 2021 will be ranging between 99-100 percentile.

Q. What are the factors determining IIM Bangalore CAT cutoff 2021?

A. CAT cutoff percentile for IIM Bangalore depends on a number of factors. These include:

  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Number of aspirants who appeared for the exam
  • Number of candidates who've passed the exam
  • Number of seats in a particular institute
  • Ranking of the institute

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Cut-Offs for Last Round (General Category)

Showing Cut off values only for the years for which we have data

CAT (General Category)
Section2019Cut-off by %ile2020Cut-off by %ile2021Cut-off by %ile
VRC85%ile85%ile80%ile
DILR80%ile80%ile75%ile
QA80%ile80%ile75%ile
TOTAL99%ile99%ile99%ile
These are estimated cut offs. The actual values may differ.
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CAT (General Category)
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VRC80%ile
DILR75%ile
QA75%ile
TOTAL99%ile
These are estimated cut offs. The actual values may differ.

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Pavan Kumar | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 26 Jul 2018
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4.6
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
Delighted to be here because of the faculty and curriculum.

Placements: So I'm still in my first year but hearing from the seniors that placements are almost 100% for summers. There are diversified profiles here and people get placed into different sectors. All the top consult, finance and marketing (FMCG) firms visit our college.

Infrastructure: Faculty in IIM B is around 109 and they are highly qualified with most of them holding one or two Ph.D. degrees. We have Wi-Fi access across the campus and classrooms are with CCTVs and projectors. We have one mess for the students which ac...

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Akshaya Sahu | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 11 Sep 2018
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Review of IIM, Bangalore.

Placements: The placement rate of IIMB has been pegging at 100% for many years now. The lateral and final placements for PGP class of 2016-18 saw 420 students receiving offers from 140+ companies, in India and abroad, across sectors. Similar was the case for summer placements of PGP 2017-19 batch, which I was a part of. Though I don't have ascertained information on absolute highest and lowest placement figures, the average has been consistently pegging at 20 LPA-22 LPA for the last couple of years. The off...

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Vinay Kumar Mourya | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 14 Jul 2020
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Beautiful campus and nice crowd.

Placements: Placements are really good. All the students get placed in very short time. Most big companies come for recruitment during summer placement and also for final placement. There are some international offers as well. Companies during summer placement and final placement are almost same.

Infrastructure: IIM Bangalore has 100 acre large beautiful campus. All the students are provided hostel facilities. Everyone is given single room with shared washrooms. Campus is Wi-Fi enabled. Mess food is very good if you compar...

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Sagnik Roy | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 10 Jul 2020
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Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Absolute value for money. Every student can have holistic learning.

Placements: Placements are excellent. 100% placement happens in IIM Bangalore. More than 120 companies participate in campus placement including BCG, Brain, ABG, Nestle, P&G and many others. The highest package goes above 30 LPA, the lowest revolves around 15 LPA and the median is around 23 LPA. In summer placement, 100% of students from PGP1 gets internship though this year due to COVID, there were some hiccups but those were manageable. Roles varied such as Product management, sales and marketing, consult...

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Parvathy Nair | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2013
Reviewed on 29 Mar 2016
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Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5

The good: Some of the best minds get into this campus and, therefore, the learning from your own peer group gives a stiff competition to the classroom learning. Most classes are interactive in nature with a balanced mix of the case based and theoretical pedagogy. There is also a great mix of extracurriculars ranging from volunteering work to cult fests to so parties. Alum network is fairly decent and the placements are one of the best in an Indian B-school. Being in Bangalore, this campus enjoy...

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