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Qns 1. What does the CAT judge?


Ans:

The CAT is not a test of intelligence, it only indicates whether you have the necessary aptitude to do well in the course you wish to study. This test also identifies your general scholastic ability.
•  CAT Scores:
For years the CAT scores were kept secret and were available only to the management institutes affiliated in the form of percentiles. From 2002 however the CAT gives the students a scorecard allowing them to understand their section-wise and overall performance. The scorecards are sent to students in the month of February.
 
•  CAT Scorecard
The CAT scorecard does not give any absolute or actual scores. The CAT being an aptitude test grades students on the relative scale. The scores are presented in two formats Percentage score (%score) and Percentile for each section and the overall test. A sample representation of the scores is given below.
• Percentage (%)score
The % score represents normalized percentage of scores secured by the candidate. It is a relative method of representing the score. This is not the actual % score.
 
• Percentile
Percentile indicates student's relative performance position among the total students who took the CAT. For example 98 percentile means that the student is among the top 2 percent of the population who took the CAT.

Logic&DI                       Quantitative                         Verbal                        Total                
% Score Percentile    % Score    Percentile       % Score     Percentile    % Score    Percentile
75.15     99.32            60.02     99.13               64.25      96.35             66.47    99.95
 

Qns 2. Is there any fixed structure for CAT?


Ans:

Ans:  No there is no fixed structure of CAT. The test can be in various combinations like 4 sections (each timed for 30 mins or non-timed), 2 or 3 sections again timed or non-timed etc.But the questions are based largely on the four areas, Problem solving, Data Interpretation, Reading Comprehension and Verbal ability.

Qns 3. What is the minimum score required to clear the CAT?


Ans: There is nothing like a minimum score to clear the CAT, the score cut-off varies every year, as it is relative scoring.

Qns 4. Do we have to clear every section separately?


Ans: Yes, you have to clear each section and do well in all the areas that are being tested.
Qns 5. What is the minimum cut-off for each section?


Ans:

Again the cutoff for each section varies for every year and the minimum cut-off is not known. But from our years of experience we believe that as a thumb rule an attempt of 70% of the questions with an 80% accuracy rate is required to clear the cut-off score.

Qns 6. Is the cut-off same for each section?


Ans: The cutoff for each section also varies within a test and is not fixed.
Qns 7. I am an average student can I clear CAT?


Ans:

We believe that discipline, determination and purposeful practice will lead you towards success in the CAT. CAT is neither a test of intelligence nor is a measure of your intellectual capability. You can achieve a good score by extensive preparation and purposeful practice.

Qns 8. What are the other institutes, which accept CAT scores I don't get into IIMs?


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There are various institutes, which accept the CAT score as a pre requisite for admission. Some of the institutes are good and well recognized. Please click here for the list of other institutes.

Qns 9. How many hours do I need to study everyday?


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IMS believes that six months are enough for the preparation of CAT. During these six months students should show discipline and determination by studying regularly for at least 2 hrs a day.

Qns 10. What is an interview?


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An interview is a personality test. In an interview, the panel looks for a sound grasp of your discipline, self-awareness, clarity of goals, and a well-rounded personality.

Qns 11. Why do management institutes conduct interviews?


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The institutes call you for an interview because they don't know you, and they want to get to know you in order to assess if you have the qualities that would make a good manager. In a GD these qualities are revealed by your participation in the group. In an interview, the panel deduces these qualities from your answers.

Qns 12. What is a GD?


Ans:

A GD is a methodology used by the institute to gauge the candidates capability to function as a part of a team. In this methodology, the group of candidates are given a topic or a situation, given a few minutes to think about the same, and then asked to discuss the topic among themselves for 15-20 minutes.

Qns 13. Why GDs?


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The reason why institutes put you through a Group discussion and an interview, after testing your technical and conceptual skills in an exam, is to get to know you as a person and gauge how well you will fit in their institute.The Group discussion tests how you function as a part of a team. As a manager, you will always be working in teams, as a member or as a leader. Therefore how you interact in a team becomes an important criterion for your selection. Managers have to work in a team and get best results out of teamwork. That is the reason why management institutes include GD as a component of the selection procedure.

Qns 14. what are Clinical Trials?


Ans:

Clinical Trials are studies conducted on human subjects for verifying the Clinical, Pharmacological and adverse effects of the drug. These are clearly defined and well designed studies to meet the objective of determining safety and efficacy of the new drug.

Qns 15. Why is Clinical Research required?


Ans: Clinical researches helps to bring new drugs into the market for new diseases, or introduce drugs with lesser side effects, drugs having low cost, better compliance, and lower undesirable drug interactions. They may be conducted to study delayed and long term adverse effects of the drugs meant for chornic ailments. All new Vaccines, diagnostic products, medical devices, biological and biotechnology products are considered as new drugs and have to undergo similar testing before marketing.
Qns 16. what is the role of clinical Research Organization (CROs) in Clinical Research?


Ans: Clinical Research organizations conduct human trials on behalf of big pharmaceutical companies (Sponsors) who intend to manufacture and market new drugs. 
Qns 17. Which regulatory body controls clinical trials in India ?


Ans:

The Central Drugs standard control Organization (CDSCO) headed by the Drugs Controller General (India)(DCGI) controls the conduct of clinical trials in India.

Qns 18. What are the career options after doing this course?


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After finishing the course one can join different CRos/ Pharma companies (Global/ Local ), Site Management ganization where they can  work in departments like Data Management, Regulations, Quality Control/ Assurance, Ethical Committees, Clinical Operation dept., Business Development dept., Marketing and PR depts..

Qns 19. Which regulatory bodies control the clinical trials worldwide?


Ans:  1. US Food and Drug Administration 2. The European Medicines Agency (EMEA) 3. In Japan, National Institute of Healt Sciences (NIHS)
Qns 20. Why should be the target audience?


Ans: The target audience is graduates/ Post graduates in :
  1. Medicine MBBS, BAMS/ BHMS
  2. Dentistry (BDS)
  3. Life Science
  4. Pharmacy (BPharm / MPharm)
  5. Biotechnology
  6. Paramedical Science (BPT)
  7. Allied Health
Qns 21. How is this part time program different from a full time program in clinical Research?


Ans: Full time programs are lecture oriented. This Program entails both education and practical training. You will learn the roles and responsibilities of a clinical Research Associate and Clinical Research Co-ordinator as well as performing many of these activities in a simulated environment. Also this is one of the only program offering assured job placement assistance and resume evaluation by industry experts. This is basically for working professionals only as it is not possible for them to attend lectures everyday so they can do this course without quitting the current job. 
Qns 22. Are you affiliated to any Govt. Bodies?


Ans: The industry is more interested in candicates with requisite knowledge rather than looking for recognition from any government bodies. 
Qns 23. Why are the fees so high?


Ans: We impart quality education through our permanent as well as visiting faculties. 
Qns 24. What is ICR UK membership?


Ans: For any of the PGD CR course, we provide a 1 year free membership of ICR UK, through which the students can access their online journals and an online exams at the end of the year. After passing the student will be awarded with ICR, UK certificate which will help for a better placement abroad.
Qns 25. Do You provide any bank loan or financial assistance?


Ans: Yes, we have got tie ups with (HDFC, PNB) banks for all courses.
Qns 26. Do You have any installment schemes?


Ans: No, We don’t have such schemes but we can assist you for easy installments through bank loan. 
Qns 27. What other opportunities are available for a student after doing a PG Diploma through ICRI?


Ans: Yes, The students can take up MSc in CR and further they can purse a PhD programme under the guidance of Dr. S.K. Gupta.
Qns 28. Can a student opt for a transfer after taking admissions?


Ans: Yes, The student can opt for taking a transfer to any of the locations in India where ICRI has a campus. However, It will be done only after the required permissions from the management and the student will have to pay a nominal amount as processing charges.
Qns 29. Is there any distance learning or correspondence program available?


Ans:

No, Right now, there is no distance program available for these courses from ICRI.

Qns 30. Will there be practical sessions? Where will it be conducted?


Ans: The course doesn’t require any practical sessions as the candicate passing out of course typically get into managerial / administrative / operational roles in CROs / Pharmaceuticals / Biotech / IT companies rather than treatment of patients or conducting scientific research for drug discovery.

 

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