Management Entrance Examinations in India

Management Entrance Examinations in India

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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a master’s degree in business administration (management). It is one of the most coveted Post Graduate Qualification across the world. Graduates of all types – Engineers, Science, Arts, Commerce, Doctors aspire to this qualification. To get admission into the top Management Institute to hunt MBA degree, you have to take up MBA Entrance Examinations that are conducted all over the nation.

The most significant and respected MBA Entrance Exams in India are CAT, ATMA, XAT, MAT, IBSAT, SNAP, JMET, etc. Get more information about these Entrance exams from below.

List of MBA Entrance Exams:

AIMA MAT – AIMA Management Aptitude Test
ATMA – AIMS Test for Management Admissions Entrance Exam
CAT – Common Admission Test
CMAT – Common Management Admission Test
GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test
IBSAT – ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test
MAT – Management Aptitude Test
NUIM – Nirma University Institute of Management Exam
SNAP – Symbiosis National Aptitude Test
XAT – Xavier Aptitude Test

CAT (Common Admission Test):

Common Admission Test (CAT) is the most popular MBA entrance test and is held annually for admission to postgraduate management courses in all the Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) and various other management institutes. IIMs offer around 3,335 seats in various management programmes & other than the IIMs, 165-odd institutes admit students based on CAT scores. Every year more than two lakh students appear for CAT.
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The CAT score is used separately by each institute along with other parameters i.e. academic performance, work experience, group discussion, written assessment and interview performance etc. to select candidates. The weightage assigned to CAT score may differ for each institute.
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CMAT (Common Management Admission Test):

All India Council for Technical Education conducts CMAT Exam twice a year for facilitating institutions to select suitable students for admission to all management programmes approved by AICTE. The candidates are given two opportunities to appear in CMAT; first in September and second in February. The better of two scores will be used for admission.

CMAT Eligibility:

  • Graduates with 50% in any discipline
  • Final year students of Graduate Courses can also apply.

MAT (Management Aptitude Test):

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is an entrance test for admissions into MBA programs in various top B – schools and other institutes across India. it conducted by AIMA (All India Management Association) New Delhi, 4 times (in February, May, September & December) in a year. Get MAT Tips& Exam pattern from below.
MAT Exam Pattern: The MAT entrance test is an objective type written exam of two and half hours duration. The test consists of 200 questions in the following areas:
  • Quantitative aptitude and Maths
  • Logical & Critical Reasoning
  • Data Analysis & Sufficiency
  • General Knowledge
  • General English Language and Comprehension.