CATaPult classes in Lucknow have yet again managed to create history with the landsliding scores in the recent CAT examinations. They have proved to be one of the best coaching centres in North India, as many students have scored above 90 percentile in CAT’18.

Not just that, 10 students from the institute scored 99+ percentile!

Anuj Gupta scored a whopping 99.69 percentile, Rishab-99.66, Deven-99.65, Abhishek Saha-99.43, Sagar-99.37, Mizaan Haider-99.36, Uttkarsh-99.23, Akash Jain-99.14 and Siddharth-99.09 percentile.

While speaking to Knocksense, CATaPult founder Sharad Mishra said, “CATaPult doesn’t just aims to prepare their students for CAT but for MBA, we at CATaPult believe in the extensive and overall development of our students which is why we also focus on personality development, CV building and comprehensive weekly-monthly monitoring.” He also said that the faculty at CATaPult makes sure to take the CAT examinations themselves and score at least a 99 percentile in their respective fields.

“Teachers at CATaPult are passionate about what they do, we are not forcing something, the faculty is naturally inclined towards their subject and wants to help students in being selected at the best MBA college according to their capabilities. We also have a scholarship program where we select 150 students through CAtaPult Lead India Scholarship (CLIS) and teach them free of cost. So we are not just doing business but also changing lives”.

The CAT 18 Lucknow topper Rishabh Gupta, with an overall score of 99.98% is also a CATaPult student and is all praises for the institute. Speaking about his scores he shared, “I just want to thank CATaPult classes and the faculties, without whose help and guidance this could’ve never been possible.” He also says that the faculties at CATaPult have been very helpful and motivating through his journey and their personalized and adaptive teaching methods made things a lot simpler.

With such amazing results CATaPult has become one of the best MBA/CAT coaching centers in the town. Students have been rushing to get their admissions done for the 2019 batch, which have already started since 7th January. After the 2018 results CATaPult has also brought down their fees from ₹80,000 to ₹35,000 in a special offer which will only be valid till 15th January.

So if you are an MBA aspirant, CATaPult can be a great option for helping you get the desired CAT score. CATaPult coaching was started by Amit Agarwal (Chariman) & Sharad Mishra (CEO) in 2017.



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