Delhi girl tops Common Admission test (CAT- 2014) turning into the first young girl aspirants since 2009 to score a 100 percentile. Neha Manglik is additionally the only girl among the 16 aspirants who scored 100 percentile in the competitive entrance exam for admission to India's premier Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs) and 70 other top B-schools in the nation.
The CAT 2014 results for admission to 19 Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs) including six new ones and different business schools for the year 2014 was declared on Saturday. CAT 2014 convenor Dr. Rohit Kapoor told TOI that 16 aspirants including girl aspirant had scored 100 percentile this year. "While we are still to verify how many of those who scored 100 percentile are from IITs, atleast 3-4 must be from these institutes."
Last year eight aspirants had figured out to score 100 percentile. Additionally, ten students had scored in 99.99 percentile section, including a girl. On Neha's execution Kapoor said: "We need to praise her for the accomplishment. It's a rare distinction for girls on CAT. She has done surprising well in both the segments of the test and we like to wish her success as we need ladies pioneers. IIMs has in the late years are attempting to make the facilities more comprehensive and in at least last three years more girls are scoring high in the test."
Neha Mangalik, a student of chemical engineering from BITS, Pilani has finished her educating from Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar, Delhi before joining engineering. "I had buckled down for this however 100 percentile is something one can never be sure of."
Talking about her preparation, Neha said"I had been doing mathematics and logical puzzle thanks to my father since my school days and so my basic preparation has been done there. For the final test I have been preparing for a year."
A hopeful to IIM, Ahmedabad, Neha said: "At this time my plan to go to a decent school and take in the management standards which will come helpful in varying backgrounds."
Offering credit to her place of graduation and the imperativeness of co-curricular exercises Neha said: "My educating have been great. Most essential thing they taught me is the alongside academics even my co-curricular exercises are similarly paramount and that has truly helped me create my identity. Likewise for BITS, they have zero participation strategy and sway us to do well in different fields which helped me."
To individual female aspirants Neha's recommendation is "Girls are in the same class as boys and never forget one who wins is the person who things we can. The minute they accept they can do there is no halting them. They need to change their observation on themselves."
Even as the results were declared, the aspirants couldn't log on to see their scores since the aggregate hits crossed one lakh, crashing the website.This year around 1.68 lakh aspirants had appeared for the CAT exam, a drop from the previous year. CAT registrations have steadily declined for the last couple of years.In 2015, the exam was held on two days, November 16 and 22.
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