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1. XLRI, Jamshedpur

2. SP Jain, Mumbai

3. XIM, Bhubaneshwar
4. MDI, Gurgaon

5. IMT, Ghaziabad

6. IMI, Delhi

7. NMIMS, Mumbai

8. Welingkar, Mumbai

9. Symbiosis, Pune

10. KJ Somaiya, Mumbai

List Of Top B-Schools In India

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1. IIM, Ahmedabad

2. IIM, Lucknow

3. IIM, Pune

4. NITIE, Mumbai

5. FMS, Delhi

6. IIFT, Delhi

7. SJMSOM, IIT Bombay

8. JBIMS, Mumbai

9. IRMA, Anand

10. IHMR, Jaipur

Top 10 B-School Placements

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Top 10: Placements

1. IIM, Ahmedabad

2. Faculty of Mgmt Studies, Delhi

3. XLRI, Jamshedpur

4. NITIE, Mumbai

5. IIM, Indore

6. SP Jain Institute, Mumbai

7. IIFT, Delhi

8. Jamnalal Bajaj Inst, Mumbai

9. Xavier Institute, Bhubaneshwar

10. SJMSOM, IIT Mumbai

Top 50 B-Schools in India

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Top 50 B-Schools in India (in alphabetical order)

1. Alliance, Bangalore 
2. Amity, Noida
3. Amrita, Coimbatore
4. BIM, Trichy
5. Christ, Bangalore
6. FMS, Delhi
7. FORE, New Delhi
8. GIM, Goa
9. Great Lakes, Chennai
10. IBS, Gurgaon (ICFAI Business School)
11. IBS, Hyderabad (ICFAI Business School)
12. IBS, Mumbai (ICFAI Business School)
13. IIFT, New Delhi
14. IIM, Ahmedabad
15. IIM, Bangalore
16. IIM, Calcutta
17. IIM, Indore
18. IIM, Kozhikode
19. IIM, Lucknow
20. IIT, Delhi
21. IIT, Kharagpur
22. IIT, Madras
23. ISB, Hyderabad
24. IFMR, Chennai 
25. IMDR, Pune 
26. IMT - Ghaziabad 
27. IPE, Hyderabad
28. ITM, Mumbai
29. IMI, New Delhi
30. JBIMS, Mumbai
31. K.J. Somaiya, Mumbai
32. Kirloskar, Karnataka 
33. LBSIM, Delhi
34. LIBA, Chennai 
35. MDI, Gurgaon 
36. MICA, Ahmedabad 
37. NMIMS, Mumbai
38. NITIE, Mumbai
39. Nirma, Ahmedabad
40. SCMS, Cochin
41. SDM-IMD, Mysore 
42. SJM-IIT, Mumbai
43. SCMHRD, Pune 
44. SIBM, Pune
45. SPJIMR, Mumbai 
46. TAPMI, Manipal 
47. UBS, Chandigarh
48. Welingkar, Mumbai
49. XIM, Bhubaneswar
50. XLRI, Jamshedpur

Common Questions CAT 2011 - FAQ CAT 2011

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Queries related with FORMAT OF CAT
Q.1) I hear that CAT will be held online. Is that correct?
Ans. CAT is a computer-based test (CBT) and not an Internet-based test (IBT) i.e. a candidate does not take the test on an Internet site. Instead of reading the questions in a paper booklet and darkening the ovals on the answer-sheet, a candidate will read the questions on a computer terminal and choose an answer by clicking on the correct option.

Q.2) How is the computer-based format different from the paper-based format?
Ans. The format of the test is more or less the same except that a candidate reads a question on a computer terminal and clicks on the correct answer, instead of reading on a paper booklet and using a pencil to darken the ovals on an answer sheet.

Q.3) Can I take the test from any computer?
Ans. No. A candidate will have to test on a pre-assigned workstation and will not have a choice to choose his or her workstation, in the testing venue chosen by him/her during the time of registration.

Q.4) What does a CBT test looks like?
Ans. A CAT practice test is available on the website for candidates to get familiarised with the functionality and navigation of the actual test.

Queries related with TEST DURATION & PATTERN
Q.1) How many sections are there in the test?
Ans. There will be two separately timed sections in the test. The sections are (a) Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation (b) Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning.

Q.2) How many questions are there in each of these sections?
Ans. There will be 30 questions in each section.

Q.3) Can I move back and forth between the two sections?
Ans. No, each section will be timed separately. Once a section ends, candidates can no longer go back to it.

Q.4) Can I choose which section to attempt first?
Ans. No, candidates will be presented with the section on Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation first, followed by Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning.

Q.5) How will the separately timed sections work?
Ans. There will be an on-screen timer counting down from 1 hour 10 mins (i.e. 70 minutes) once a section begins. When the time is up, that section will end and you will not be able to go back to it. The second section will then begin and the on-screen timer will start counting down from 1 hour 10 minutes again. Once the second section ends, the test will end.

Q.6) Can I start on the second section if I finish the first section before the 70 minutes are up?
Ans. No, you will not have the ability to end the first section before the first 70 minutes are up. However, you will be given an option to end the second section, and therefore your test, before the second 70 minutes are up. If you choose to end your test before the full duration is up, you will be required to wait at your testing station until everyone is dismissed by the test administrator.

Q.7) What is the duration of the test?
Ans. Each of the sections will be 1 hour and 10 minutes (i.e. 70 minutes). Including a 15-minute tutorial before the start of the test which candidates are advised to go through, the total duration of the test will be 2 hours and 35 minutes.

Q.8) What is the tutorial?
Ans. The tutorial provides a series of screens that will orient you to the computer-based CAT. This will give you an opportunity to try the various features, including how to navigate between questions in a section, review questions, etc. The tutorial has a total duration of 15 minutes and candidates are advised to go through it entirely before starting the actual exam sections. For a similar preview, candidates can take a tour of the CAT 2011 Practice Test.

One Good Trade: Inside the Highly Competitive World of Proprietary Trading

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Ultra High-Speed CMOS Circuits: Beyond 100 GHz

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The book covers the CMOS-based millimeter wave circuits and devices and presents methods and design techniques to use CMOS technology for circuits operating beyond 100 GHz. Coverage includes a detailed description of both active and passive devices, including modeling techniques and performance optimization. Various mm-wave circuit blocks are discussed, emphasizing their design distinctions from low-frequency design methodologies. This book also covers a device-oriented circuit design technique that is essential for ultra high speed circuits and gives some examples of device/circuit co-design that can be used for mm-wave technology.

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