Delhi girl tops Common Admission test 2014 becoming the first girl since 2009 to score a 100 percentile. Neha Manglik is also the only girl among the 16 candidates who scored 100 percentile in the entrance exam for admission to India’s premier Indian Institutes of Management and 70 other top B-schools in the Country.
The CAT 2014 results for admission to 19 Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs) including six new ones and other business schools for the year 2014 was announced on Saturday. CAT 2014 convenor Dr Rohit Kapoor told TOI that 16 people including a girl had scored 100 percentile this year. “While we are still to confirm how many of those who scored 100 percentile are from IITs, atleast 3-4 must be from these institutes.”
The rush to access their results by students had crashed the website with the total number of hits actually crossing 100,000 within a short span of time the scores were unveiled, which was at 7 p.m.
But even as tens of thousands of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) aspirants rushed to check their scores, many were left disappointed for a long time as, instead of their performances, the website kept throwing up either a blank page or an error message.
Glitches were expected due to the expected rush, but authorities had promised that these would be sorted out or minimised, but that did not happen.