@MasterOfTheTige and yes they just want to raise some good bucks from this type of process...
Dear Staaalinnn & others making similar comments,
Please be very careful about what words you use.
We have declared a minimal CAT score of 95 percentile as an eligibility criteria precisely because we do not want excess applications.
On top of that, female candidates were not charged any application fee.
If making good money was our priority, we would never have taken these decisions.
I can understand people being disappointed, frustrated and hurt by the results. After having prepared, taken the CAT exam and having applied, if several colleges reject you, it's understandable that one might lose his cool.
It's unfortunate that many good candidates are lost even when calls are profile based.
There are many people who don't get shortlisted by many colleges despite scoring 99.xx .
I am not undermining anyone but trust me, I myself have seen much tougher times than this.
It's not easy to score 96.xx either but you don't need to have magical powers for it.
All I can say is, come back harder next year. All the best for your future endeavors.