Tuesday, November 07, 2006

From IIM Students to IIM Aspirants

Indian Institute of Management (IIM) aspirants in India who plan to take the Common Admission Test (CAT) have online help now from the people who matter: IIM Students themselves.

A group of four final year students have launched www.tenaday.co.in, a website that promises to help registered users continuous practice sessions all-along the year leading to the CAT in November to give them the necessary skills and confidence required to crack the CAT, regarded world-wide as the toughest B-School admission test ever administered. Of 200,000 aspirants who appear for the tests, just 1200 are finally admitted into

The web site has recorded close to one lakh hits in the first four days of its launch. Moreover, it already has over 1,500 registered users.

Launched by retired army major Devashish Chakravarty, IT and research professional Bhushan Dabir, Vineeta Singh, a fresher from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IITM) and an IT professional Vishal Prabhukhanolkar, the site offers ten fresh questions every day for IIM-aspirants to try and hone their skills. Definitely a site worth a visit by any CAT taker.

1 comment:

Gopal Aggarwal said...

Now, that's really unique...wonder what is the exact motivation of the final year students...hmmm, because running a website requires effort and time...let's see :)

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