With no coaching and no future plan, Nilanjan Dutta scored 100 percentile in CAT 2016.

100 percentile in CAT 2016, but this man does not want to take admission in: Here why?

100 percentile in CAT 2016, but this man does not want to take admission in: Here why?

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Meet, Nyanja Dutta, who has scored a perfect 100 percentile in CAT 2016. The results of the same were declared today, January 9, around 12 noon on the official website, https://iimcat.ac.in/

(Read: CAT Results 2016 declared: Here’s how to take admission in IIMs)

A BE degree holder from BESU(IIEST), Shibpur batch 2012 to Xavier School of Management, XLRI, Jamshedhpur alumini of 2014, Nyanja Dutta from Kolkata currently works as Business Consultant with an IT Firm in Kolkata.

The man of uncommon intellect is also a CAT/XAT mentor with IMS Kolkata, in the QA-DI-LR-DM space, and also conducts GD-PI sessions and mock Interviews for several institutes in the state.

In an interview with India Today Education, Nyanja Dutta surprisingly said that he did not want to take admission in any of the institutes.

“I have no plans of applying to an IIM. I am very satisfied with my current job. I just appeared for the exam for my own self satisfaction,” he said.

This is not the first time that Dutta appeared for CAT.  “In 2011 I gave my first attempt and scored 99.43 percentile. I just wanted to get 100 percentile for once,” he said.

What helped him accomplish this amazing feat? “I scored 100 without any coaching, and I am not a aspirant,” Dutta said astonishingly.

Here’s his score card:

  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: 97.21
  • Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning: 100
  • Quantitative Analysis: 99.90
  • Total 100

Further, asking him to give tips to other students, Nilanjan says the key to success is through hard work, along with a bit of luck.

“These days, a lot of candidates do not make a good preparation strategy and end up preparing for tough questions only,” he added.

source”cnbc”