CAT 2024 Exam Centres List: Check City Wise CAT Test Centres Here!

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CAT exam is conducted at designated test centres across India. The examination body allots a CAT test centre closest to the home address mentioned by the candidate so that they can reach there on time. CAT 2023 was conducted at over 375 CAT exam centres in 167 cities. The list of test cities for CAT 2024 will be released with the application form. Candidates will have to choose up to six cities for CAT 2024 test centre allotment. The CAT 2024 registration cum application process will start in the first week of August 2024.

 

Q:   In how many cities is CAT exam held?

A:

CAT exam is held in about 155 cities across India. Candidates can choose up to six cities as their preferred test location. The list of test cities for CAT is released with the application form. Candidates should choose the test city carefully as the request to change the test city later may or may not be accepted due to non-availability of seats at the centres in that particular city. Given below are the cities where CAT exam is usually held.

Port Blair, Hamirpur, Mumbai, Guntur, Jammu, Nashik, Nellore, Bokaro, Satara, Vijayawada, Dhanbad, Palghar, Kakinada, Hazaribagh, Ulhasnagar, Rajahmundry, Jamshedpur, Shillong, Visakhapatnam, Ranchi, Aizawl, Kurnool, Belagavi (Belgaum), Kohima, Tirupati, Bengaluru, Balasore, Vizianagaram, Hubballi (Hubli), Cuttack, Itanagar, Mysuru (Mysore), Sambalpur, Dibrugarh, Kalaburagi (Gulbarga), Berhampur, Silchar, Shivamogga (Shimoga), Dhenkanal, Guwahati, Dharwad, Bhubaneswar, Tezpur, Mangaluru (Bangalore), Rourkela, Jorhat, Udupi, Puducherry, Aurangabad-Bihar, Kannur, Pathankot, Darbhanga, Ernakulam, Ludhiana, Arrah, Kollam, Amritsar, Muzaffarpur, Kottayam, Bhatinda, Bhagalpur, Kozhikode, Patiala, Patna, Thrissur, Jalandhar, Mohali, Trivandrum, Sangrur, Chandigarh, Bhopal, Ajmer, Bhilai Nagar, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Bilaspur, Ujjain, Sikar, Raipur, Gwalior, Alwar, Delhi, Sagar, Jodhpur, Faridabad, Indore, Udaipur, Gurugram, Satna, Bikaner, Ghaziabad, Bhopal, Kotak, New Delhi, Jabalpur, Madurai, Greater Noida, Ujjain, Chennai, Noida, Gwalior, Salem, Meerut, Sagar, Trichy, Panaji, Indore, Coimbatore, Ahmedabad, Satna, Vellore, Mehsana, Amravati, Tirunelveli, Vadodara, Jalgaon, Hyderabad, Anand, Nagpur, Karimnagar, Rajkot, Pune, Warangal, Gandhinagar, Solapur, Allahabad, Surat, Navi Mumbai, Bareilly, Ambala, Ahmednagar, Kanpur, Hisar, Kolhapur, Muzaffarnagar, Karnal, Nanded, Agra, Kurushetra, Raigad, Gorakhpur, Panipat, Thane, Lucknow, Rohtak, Vasai, Varanasi, Shimla, Aurangabad, Aligarh, Jhansi, Moradabad, Dehradun, Haldwani, Roorkee, Asansol, Durgapur, Bankura, Burdwan, Kolkata, Hooghly, Kalyani, Siliguri, Srinagar and Imphal.

 

Q:   What are the CAT exam slot timings?

A:
CAT exam is held in three slots for the past three years. Earlier it used to be held in two slots of three hours each, but since 2020 it is held in three slots of two hours each. The three slots are conducted between 8 am to 4 pm. The first slot is held from 8:30 am to 10:30 am, the second slot is held from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm and the third slot is held from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. In these three slots, about 2.22 Lacs candidates are accommodated at over 400 test centres in about 150 plus cities across India. The exam slots are allotted to candidates by the examination authorities as per the receipt of applications and candidates cannot request for change of examination slot. They have to give the test in the slot mentioned on the admit card.
 

Q:   How would I know my CAT exam centre?

A:

Candidates will know their allotted CAT exam centre only from the admit card. There is no way to know the test centre before the release of the CAT admit card. The examination authority allots a test centre to aspirants in the city of their first preference as mentioned in the city. So, candidates can atleast be assured that they will get a test centre in the city they had chosen as first preference in the CAT application form. However, the venue will be mentioned only on the candidate’s admit card. So as soon as the CAT admit card is released, candidates must check the test city and test centre details. In order to avoid any confusion, they must visit the centre at least once before the exam day.

 

What is CAT exam centre?

CAT exam centres are well-equipped computer labs, where the candidates are required to take the test on the scheduled day. About 400 such labs conduct the CAT exam in over 150 cities. CAT 2021 exam was held in 156 cities. In 2022, the exam was conducted at 150 cities. For CAT 2023, the number of test cities was 167.

CAT is taken by over 2 lakh candidates across India, every year. Since CAT has the highest number of applicants among all MBA entrance exam, it is conducted in three slots at multiple exam centres. The CAT 2024 exam centres list will remain with the authorities, candidates will get to know their examination centre location and address upon release of the CAT 2024 admit card. 

Q:   Which CAT exam slot is the toughest?

A:
The Common Admission Test exam is conducted in three slots. Each slot has a unique question paper, with unique questions at the Common Admission Test. The Common Admission Test examination authorities prepare the question paper keeping in mind that None of the slots is tougher or easier than another. However, it may happen that one or two questions in a particular slot are tougher. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha Common Admission Test page. (https://www.shiksha.com/mba/cat-exam). I hope this will help you.
 

Q:   What is the CAT exam duration? Can I change my exam slot?

A:
The CAT exam is held for 2 hours. There are three slots of CAT exam. Every slot will have 40 minutes of sectional time limit. Which means candidates will have to finish solving each of the three sections of CAT question paper within 40 minutes. Candidates must take care of saving their answers at every step as the moment 40 minutes will get over, the screen will automatically move to the next section. PwD candidates will get 53 minutes for each section. The exam slot allotted by the exam authorities cannot be changed. There is no provision to apply for the same. Candidates will have to appear for the exam in the allotted slot only. CAT exam timings: Slot 1: 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM, reporting time: 7:00 AM, Last entry allowed: 8:15 AM Slot 2: 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM, reporting time: 11:00 AM, Last entry allowed: 12:15 PM Slot 3: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM, reporting time: 3:00 PM, Last entry allowed: 4:15 PM.
 

Q:   What is the process to download CAT admit card 2024?

A:

CAT admit card 2024 will be released at the official website of the exam - iimcat. ac.in in the third week of October 2024. The CAT admit card will be available for download until the exam day.  Candidates will be able to download their admit card by using the application number and password. The process to download the CAT 2024 admit card is as follows:

1. Go to iimcat. ac. in website 

2. Click on 'login' tab

3. Enter application number and password

4. Click on 'sign in'

5. Go to 'admit card' option reflecting on student dashboard

6. Click on the option to see your admit card

7. Click on 'save' option to download the CAT 2024 admit card

Candidates can download it for free any number of times until the CAT exam day. Candidates should preserve the CAT admit card until their admission to a management institute as it is an important document for student identification.

 

CAT 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of CAT 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

Aug '24 - Sep '24

CAT 2024 registration

TENTATIVE

Sep '24

CAT 2024 form correction process

TENTATIVE

Oct '24 - Nov '24

CAT 2024 admit card download

TENTATIVE

24 Nov '24

CAT 2024 exam

CAT 2024 Exam Centre Allotment: How to select CAT Test City?

For allotment of preferred CAT test centre, the candidates will have to specify their preference of cities in the CAT application form 2024. Candidates will be allotted CAT test centre in the city of their preference. For CAT 2024 aspirants, the number of exam centres/test cities preference will be six. Here’s how to select preferred test city in CAT 2024 form:

  • Register for CAT 2024 on the official website: iimcat.ac.in
  • Once the login ID is created, use it to fill the application form
  • Go to the section 'select test city'
  • Select up to six cities from the drop down i.e. from first to sixth
  • Fill up rest of the fields in the form, make payment of exam fee and click on submit
CAT test city selection

CAT test city selection

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Q:   What is the process to select CAT test city for exam centre allotment?

A:

There are over 150 cities where CAT exam is held. These 150 cities are spread across India consist of metropolitan cities, capital cities, Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities. Candidate can select up to six cities for allotment of test centre. The process of test city selection is a part of CAT application process. In the CAT application form, there is a field in which candidates have to select the cities. They need to select the city of preference in order of 1 to 6. The examination authorities will try to allot the test centre in the city of first preference. Thus, candidates must fill all the six cities carefully. They must choose their home city of city of current residence as the first preference. The test city option can only be changed during the form correction window. After that, the request for change of the city will not be accepted by the exam authorities.

 

Q:   Where can I fill CAT 2024 application form?

A:

CAT 2024 application form will be released on the official website - iimcat.ac.in. in the first week of August 2024. Candidates will be able to fill the CAT form and pay the application fee online by creating a log ID. The application process for CAT 2024 exam registration window will remain open until the third week of September 2024. The CAT exam date and registration schedule will be announced on July 30, 2024. Given below is the brief description of how to fill the CAT application form:

Step 1. Go to iimcat. ac. in website

Step 2. Click on 'new registration' 

Step3. Enter name, date of birth, nationality, country, phone number and email ID 

Step 4. Click on submit and use OTP received to generate CAT ID

Step 5. The ID and password will be shared in email

Step 6. Use the CAT ID and password to login and fill the application form

Step 7. In the application form, fill personal details, academic details, work experience, test city preference, courses and Iims.

Step 8. Upload recent passport size photo and signature

Step 9. Pay application fee via debit/credit card, net banking or UPI wallet to complete the form submission process.

 

Q:   Which documents are required for filling CAT application form?

A:
Candidates need the following documents while filling the CAT application form: 1. A recent passport size photo (color against white background) 2. Scanned signature with black pen on white paper 3. Any photo ID card like PAN card, Aadhaar Card, Voter ID, Passport 4. Class 10 marksheet 5. Class 12 marksheet 6. Graduation marksheet 7. Permanent address proof 8. Work experience documents Reserved category students need to upload Category Certificate along with the CAT application form. The Certificate is available on the CAT website. Candidates can download, fill it, get it attested by competent authority and upload it as PDF with the CAT application form. The PwD category students also have to fill the PwD form and Scribe affidavit along with the exam application form. This is necessary for getting scribe facility and PwD facility at the test centre. The CAT application form is same for students from all categories. Those belonging to a particular category (SC/ST/PwD) will be required to mention it in the relevant field of the CAT form.
 

CAT Exam Centre 2024: Important Points to Remember

  • The candidate will know their exam centre only upon the release of their CAT admit card 2024.
  • The exact location of CAT 2024 exam centre will be mentioned on the admit card.
  • There will be a Google map embedded on the digital version of the admit card to help candidates locate their test centre.
  • There is no provision of changing the CAT exam centre after the release of admit card.
  • The exam conducting body has full authority to cancel any exam centre iin case of unprecedented circumstances.

Q:   Can I show digital copy of the CAT admit card at the exam centre?

A:

The digital copy of the CAT 2024 admit card will not be accepted at the test centres as a valid document, thus you cannot show it, to gain entry. As per the official guidelines, only the colour print out of the admit card on A4 size sheet will be accepted as valid. Candidates must also affix a passport size photo, preferably the same as uploaded in the CAT application form.  

The examination authority does not accept digital admit card as valid document as it is to be signed and stamped by the test centre staff for proof of candidate’s attendance. One copy of the CAT admit card of every candidate is also retained by the authorities, thus the need for the print out.

 

Q:   What is the process to select CAT test city for exam centre allotment?

A:

There are over 150 cities where CAT exam is held. These 150 cities are spread across India consist of metropolitan cities, capital cities, Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities. Candidate can select up to six cities for allotment of test centre. The process of test city selection is a part of CAT application process. In the CAT application form, there is a field in which candidates have to select the cities. They need to select the city of preference in order of 1 to 6. The examination authorities will try to allot the test centre in the city of first preference. Thus, candidates must fill all the six cities carefully. They must choose their home city of city of current residence as the first preference. The test city option can only be changed during the form correction window. After that, the request for change of the city will not be accepted by the exam authorities.

 

CAT Test Centre: Dos and Don’ts

Each CAT exam centre 2024 will have elaborate identification process for which the candidates have two hours before commencement of the exam. If a candidate’s exam starts at 9:30 AM, they need to reach their CAT test centre by 7:30 AM. For candidates taking the exam in second slot, reporting time is 12:00 PM. We have listed down a few dos and don’ts to follow at their CAT 2024 exam centre.

CAT exam centre dos and don'ts

CAT exam centre dos and don'ts

CAT Dos

  • Carry two print outs of CAT admit card 2024, ID proof (in original) and a pen to the exam centre.
  • Show the original print out of your CAT 2024 admit card to gain entry into the exam centre.
  • Follow the instructions and cooperate in identification and frisking at the entry gate.
  • Use the Reference Number printed on your CAT admit card to locate your exam hall, go inside and be seated at your designated work station.

CAT Don’ts

  • Do not carry electronic items to the exam centre. Closed shoes, belts, caps, jackets and other outfit and accessories with metal are prohibited inside the exam hall.
  • Test centre gates will close 15 minutes prior to the exam, thus do not get late for the exam.
  • Do not argue with test centre staff or other candidates. Unruly behavior may invite disqualification.
  • Do not use keyboard at any point of time during the exam or your system will automatically get locked.

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Q:   What are the items to carry on the CAT exam day?

A:
Every candidate must carry a blue/black ball point pen and a few copies of their passport size photo to the exam centre. They must not carry any stationary item other than the pen. Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak, CAT candidates are required to carry drinking water, hand sanitizer, face mask and gloves along with them. Candidates have to carry drinking water in a transparent bottle and a 100 ml bottle of hand sanitizer. The hand sanitizer bottle should also be transparent. Candidates who have diabetes can carry fruits as per medical prescription. No other item will be allowed inside the exam venue. Candidates must not carry bags or valuables as there will be no arrangement for depositing while candidates appear for the exam. Candidates must also not carry notebooks or rough paper to the CAT exam centre. Any candidate found with an unauthorised item will be disqualified.
 

Q:   What are the dos and don'ts for CAT exam day?

A:
On the CAT exam day, candidates have to follow a number of guidelines which include cooperating with the exam centre staff during identification process, following instructions given be the invigilator and following the test navigation for solving the questions. There are some key dos and don'ts that candidates should follow on the CAT exam day, which have been listed below: CAT exam day dos: 1. Reach the examination centre at the reporting time mentioned on your CAT admit card. 2. Carry two copies of the CAT admit card, one photo ID card, passport size photos and duly filled COVID-19 declaration form 3. PwD candidates should carry the relevant certificates and documents as prescribed by the examination authorities. 4. Carry a blue/black ball point pen for signing the attendance sheet 5. Carry personal drinking water, hand sanitizer, face masks and gloves 6. Cooperate with the test centre staff and follow the instructions 7. While entering the answers, use only the computer mouse. Do not touch the keyboard as doing so will lead to screen locking. CAT exam day don'ts: 1. Do not carry prohibited items such as bags, purses, pencil box, beepers, wrist watch, calculators, mobile phones, electronic devices, scanners, cameras, wireless/Bluetooth transmission or any such communication devices. 2. Don't wear closed shoes, jewellery made of metal, jackets, clothes with pockets, mehendi on palms. Socks are allowed inside it. 3. Don't wear caps, hoodies or jackets/shirts with pockets 4. Don't be late for the exam. The entry gates will be closed 15 minutes before the commencement of exam. No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam centre after that. 5. Don't cheat or indulge in mal practice. You can be disqualified due to any such ACT. 6. Don't create a ruckus inside the test lab 7. Don't leave your seat until the exam duration gets over and the invigilator announces exit.
 

Q:   What are the items prohibited inside the CAT exam centre?

A:

The CAT conducting authorities have provided a comprehensive list of forbidden objects that are not permitted to be brought to the CAT exam centre. These are the items: Bags, mobile phones, calculators, IPADs, IPODs, Bluetooth headsets, digital wrist watches, laptop computers, and cameras are not permitted within the CAT test hall. Carry no electronic equipment, such as beepers, electronic devices, or scanners. Candidates who have a metal implant, pacemaker, or other medical device in their body must present a medical Certificate to the CAT exam centre. Metal jewellery is not permitted to be worn by candidates. Candidates are not permitted to wear boots, metal headpins, or clips within the test hall after the frisking point. Carry no pencil boxes into the examination hall. Candidates must make their own personal belonging arrangements at the CAT exam centre.

 

List of CAT Test Cities 2024

Check the list of CAT 2024 test cities. These are the cities in which CAT exam will be conducted on November 24, 2024. There were several CAT exam centres in Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and other cities.

CAT  2024 Exam Centres List/ Test Cities

Port Blair

Hamirpur

Mumbai

Guntur

Jammu

Nashik

Nellore

Bokaro

Satara

Vijayawada

Dhanbad

Palghar

Kakinada

Hazaribagh

Ulhasnagar

Rajahmundry

Jamshedpur

Shillong

Visakhapatnam

Ranchi

Aizawl

Kurnool

Belagavi(Belgaum)

Kohima

Tirupathi

Bengaluru

Balasore

Vizianagaram

Hubballi(Hubli)

Cuttack

Itanagar

Mysuru(Mysore)

Sambalpur

Dibrugarh

Kalaburagi(Gulbarga)

Berhampur

Silchar

Shivamogga(Shimoga)

Dhenkanal

Guwahati

Dharwad

Bhubaneswar

Tezpur

Mangaluru(Mangalore)

Rourkela

Jorhat

Udupi

Puducherry

Aurangabad-Bihar

Kannur

Pathankot

Darbhanga

Ernakulam

Ludhiana

Arrah

Kollam

Amritsar

Muzaffarpur

Kottayam

Bhatinda

Bhagalpur

Kozhikode

Patiala

Patna

Thrissur

Jalandhar

Mohali

Trivandrum

Sangrur

Chandigarh

Bhopal

Ajmer

Bhilai Nagar

Jabalpur

Jaipur

Bilaspur

Ujjain

Sikar

Raipur

Gwalior

Alwar

Delhi

Sagar

Jodhpur

Faridabad

Indore

Udaipur

Gurugram

Satna

Bikaner

Ghaziabad

Bhopal

Kota

New Delhi

Jabalpur

Madurai

Greater Noida

Ujjain

Chennai

Noida

Gwalior

Salem

Meerut

Sagar

Trichy

Panaji

Indore

Coimbatore

Ahmedabad

Satna

Vellore

Mehsana

Amravati

Tirunelveli

Vadodara

Jalgaon

Hyderabad

Anand

Nagpur

Karimnagar

Rajkot

Pune

Warangal

Gandhinagar

Solapur

Allahabad

Surat

Navi Mumbai

Bareilly

Ambala

Ahmednagar

Kanpur

Hisar

Kolhapur

Muzaffarnagar

Karnal

Nanded

Agra

Kurushetra

Raigad

Gorakhpur

Panipat

Thane

Lucknow

Rohtak

Vasai

Varanasi

Shimla

Aurangabad

Aligarh

Jhansi

Moradabad

Dehradun

Haldwani

Roorkee

Asansol

Durgapur

Bankura

Burdwan

Kolkata

Hooghly

Kalyani

Siliguri

Srinagar

Imphal

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FAQs on CAT Exam Centres and Cities

Check below Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for CAT Test Centres 2023:

Q:   What are the details mentioned on CAT admit card?

A:
The CAT admit card is a main document of identification of the candidate. It is the proof that the candidate has fill the examination form and is eligible to appear in the exam. To help in candidate identification, the following details are mentioned on every candidate's CAT admit card 2023. Candidate's name Candidate's roll number Candidate's gender Candidate's category Candidate's date of birth Candidate's signature Candidate's photo Candidate's address Examination year Examination date Examination slot Examination timings Reporting time Test centre address Google link to locate test centre Along with these details, other information such as exam day guidelines, examination process in the test lab, items to carry, items not to carry, activities prohibited, dress code and entry process are also mentioned on the CAT admit card. A COVID-19 self-declaration form is also attached to the CAT admit card for candidates to fill their COVID-19 status (whether they have any symptoms, etc. ). Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, all entrance exams have this self-declaration form attached to the admit card to ensure safety of candidates.
 

Q:   Can the test centre be changed after the release of CAT admit card?

A:
No, there is no provision of changing the test centre after the CAT admit card has been released. In fact, there is no option to change the test centre allotted at any point of time during the exam cycle. Candidates get only one opportunity to change the test city choice at the time of form correction. Thus, it is very important to select test cities very carefully in the CAT application form. They must choose their first city preference as home town or the city where they are likely to be on the exam day or choose a city which is the closest to their hometown and they can reach there on time on the exam day. Also, to be allotted the desired test city, candidates must fill the CAT application for at the earliest, as the exam slot and test centres are allotted on first cum first served basis. If the seats get filled fore centres in one city, candidates are allotted a centre in the second city of their preference. Moreover, the CAT admit card is released a month before the exam so candidates must check the location of their allotted centre much in advance and make arrangements for reaching there on exam day on time.
 

Q:   Can I edit my CAT application form after submission?

A:
Once the CAT application form is submitted, candidates are not allowed to make changes in it. In case, you've made errors, you need to fill a fresh CAT application form and pay the fees again. However, editing of certain fields such as photo, signature and test city preference is allowed during form correction process which starts 2-3 days after the CAT registration process concludes. The form correction window is opened for 3-4 days during which candidates can edit only these three fields. If they have made a mistake in any other field, they cannot edit it. No request for changes is accepted by the examination authorities. Thus, it is very important to fill the CAT application form correctly with valid details. Candidates must keep the important documents such as Aadhaar card, class 10, class 12, graduation certificates, birth Certificate address proof, work experience documents, etc. To cross check the information while filling the form. They must also be very careful in selecting Iims and courses as they will be eligible for only those Iims and courses which they shall have selected in the CAT form.
 

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