MICA Ahmedabad will declare the MICAT-I result on December 23, 2019 and MICAT-II result on February 14, 2020. The MICAT score card is made available on MICA official website. MICA conducts two entrance exams for admission to its flagship PGDM-C programme – MICAT-I and MICAT-II. MICAT-I 2020 is scheduled on December 7, 2019 and MICAT-II is scheduled on January 25, 2020.
MICAT Result: How to Download MICAT Score card
Candidates can view and download their MICAT-I or MICAT-II score card from official MICAT website by inserting their ID and password:
MICAT Results: Two Exams Offer Score Improving Opportunity
After the MICAT-I result is declared on December 23, 2019, the opportunity is available to apply for MICAT-II which is held on January 25, 2020. MICAT-II is the second MICA entrance exam for the flagship programme of MICA, Post Graduate Diploma in Management – Communications (PGDM–C) as well as PGDM.
If you miss MICAT-I for admission to PGDM-C at MICA Ahmedabad, you still have the opportunity to apply online for MICAT-II by January 16, 2020 to explore admission opportunity in the premium B-school.
Candidates need to apply online at MICA website with a registration fee of Rs. 1985/- which can be paid on-line.
MICA Ahmedabad is considered as India’s only B-school for Strategic Marketing and Communication.
Post MICAT Result: GE-PI Shortlist
Immediately after the MICAT result declaration, MICA shorts the candidates on the basis of various parameters including MICAT score. The key components in GE-PI round at MICA are:
Psychometric Test: The Psychometric Test in GE-PI round is a qualifier. Those who qualify on the Psychometric, their CAT/XAT/GMAT relative performance will be considered. This is based on their relative performance in CAT/XAT/GMAT, subject to a minimum cut-off in CAT total percentile/XAT total percentile/GMAT score)
MICAT Assessment Parameters: Those who qualify based on the CAT/XAT cut-off or GMAT score shall be assessed for the following MICAT sections: Verbal ability (VA), Quantitative ability and Data Interpretation (QADI), General awareness (GA), and Divergent and Convergent Thinking (DCT).
Descriptive Tests: Those who qualify on the basis of relative performance subject to a minimum cut-off in Scaled Scores for each of these sections (namely: VA, QADI, GA and DCT) and CAT/XAT cut-off or GMAT score shall have their Descriptive Tests evaluated.
GE-PI: Those who qualify on the basis of above parameters and on the basis of relative performance subject to a minimum cut-off in Scaled Score in DT shall be considered for short listing for GE and PI.
Shortlist based on Better of 2 MICAT Scores: Shortlist will be prepared on the basis of MICAT-I and /or II or better of the two relative performances if a candidate has taken both MICAT-I and MICAT-II.
50-50 Weightage: Shortlist will be arrived based on the Composite Score formula of 50% CAT/ XAT /GMAT and 50% MICAT
1/10 Candidates Shortlisted: Approximately 1/10th of the total number of candidates who appear in the two MICATs are shortlisted for GE & PI based on the Total MICAT Scaled Score
MICAT-II: Another Opportunity for MICA Admission
MICAT - II applications are open from November 26, 2019. The last date to apply for MICAT-II is January 16, 2020. MICAT-II will be held in 18 cities across India. For those who appear in both MICAT - I and II, the better of the two scores will be considered.
MICAT result: Admission process revised
Revamping its admission process, MICA has introduced a new admissions process where candidates are given two opportunities to take the MICAT exam and participate in the GE and PI. Besides, MICAT has gone green as MICA has initiated a computer-based exam in place of the pen and paper model.