The Shailesh J Mehta School of Management (SJMSoM) at IIT Mumbai uses the CAT score to shortlist candidates for MBA admissions. These candidates are subjected to a written analysis, group discussion and interview to assess their overall suitability.The cutoff figures are important to identify candidates for the second round of the MBA admission process. Performing well in the second phase is necessary to get a seat at IIT Mumbai.
The IIT Mumbai cutoff based on CAT percentile score, is pegged at 90 this year. The sectional cut off is 80 percentile.
IIT Mumbai considers not only the standardized entrance test scores but the overall profile of the candidate including academic background, work experience, gender diversity etc. while giving a call to the shortlisted candidates. A good academic and professional work -ex portfolio can increase the candidates' selection chance exponentially. You may be invited for the second phase of the admission process i.e. Written Ability Test and Personal Interview depending on the cutoff figures and a composite score will be calculated for the final merit list.