Bhilai. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) was organized by All India Management Association on Sunday. About 339 students appeared at the only examination centre of twin city i.e. Senior Secondary School, Sector - 7. Number of students appeared in MAT last year was 478.
A student named Nikita Mishra who has appeared in MAT of May month for admission in one of the management institutes located in cities including Delhi, Pune, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata and other places for the session 2013 while speaking to the sources told that most questions asked on sections such as Number System, Time Speed and Geometry.
Similarly, a student named Gaurav Khanna told that preparing well for the examinations has helped him do well in the exams while another student named Dilip Tripathi told that factors such as short cuts, tricks and time management were responsible for him doing well.
Bhilai. The third Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) session 2013-14 for admissions in the top 100 management colleges will be held from May 19 until May 22. Examination will be conducted in 57 cities of nation. CMAT this year, will be conducted in a new pattern which will include questions from emotion section. Out of 100, 25 marks will cover questions from emotion section besides other sections including Reasoning, Aptitude, Comprehension and General Knowledge.
Raipur has again been chosen as the examination centre in Chhattisgarh. Nomination process for CMAT was stared on March 10. The online process of application has come to end. Admit card for the examination may be downloaded from CMAT website.
CMAT is conducted twice a year for admissions during every new session. The examination is organized for admissions in MBA at all AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education) approved institutes and universities.
CMAT has replaced MAT and other entrance examinations for MBA since 2012. The first CMAT was held in September while the second was held in February. A candidate will be given admission depending on his highest score out of three tests.
New Delhi. Last date for applying to several management courses at IGNOU is January 10. The entrance examination will be held on February 24. Graduates from any stream may appear in this examination.
Candidates who have cleared Common Admission Test (CAT), Management Aptitude Test (MAT) or State Level Entrance Examination may not require to give this entrance exam.
University has invited applications for Master in Business Administration (MBA), Diploma in Management (DIM), PG Diploma in Management (PGDIM) and PG Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM) and other degree and diploma programmes of management studies.
It is worth mentioning here that IGNOU was established in the year 1985 since then it has been providing low cost education especially to financially weaks.
Including India, IGNOU has about 40 lakh students from 36 countries and operates through 21 colleges, 67 Regional Centres, 3000 study centres and 67 International Centres.
Currently, IGNOU offers about 490 certificate diploma, degree and research programmes.
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Bhilai. MAT examination was organised by the All India Management Association. Senior secondary school sector - 7 was chosen to be the examination centre where 350 candidates from twin-city appeared.
Centre Director of PT Education Rohit Girdhar told that MAT in September is only a trial before the main test that holds in December and February. For the Paper-Pencil MAT, the centres were established only at Raipur and Bhilai whereas there was not a single centre established for computer based MAT.
MAT, this month contained 5 sections including English, Math, DT, Reasoning & General Knowledge. All sections together covered 200 questions, 40 questions each section.
Shweta Das, a MAT examinee told that being well prepared helped her do well through the test. Most of the questions consisted of Probability, Geometry and Time Speed. Another examinee Rakesh Sahu told that over-all exam was noticeably moderate. Questions on reasoning were comfortably solved. Moreover, 85 percent of questions were under the syllabus.
A student of PT Bhilai, Akash told that he solved the test with the help of some very valuable tips explained at the institute. He is all prepared for the December and February MAT. Students at PT are focusing on Communication skill, Presentation and Command.
The All India Management Association (AIMA) has announced the dates for the September chapter of Management Aptitude Test (MAT). While the paper pencil test will be conducted on September 2, 2012, the computer based test will be conducted from September 8, 2012 onwards. Surprisingly, only 10% of the registrations so far are for the computer based testing pattern, Wg Cdr VS Bejoy, Director, Centre of Management Studies (CMS) told PaGaLGuY.
During an earlier conversation, a spokesperson from AIMA had shared that since MAT caters mostly to the two-tier colleges, most candidates are more comfortable with the paper pencil format. "We need to make sure that all applicant have accessibility and the skills to attempt a computer based test before we think of completely switching over from the paper pencil format," the spokesperson had said.
The online registrations for candidates who wish to appear for the September version of the MAT exam have already started and will be open upto August 13, 2012. The number of days over which the computer based test is conducted will depend upon the final number of registrations. If the number of candidates who register for the online test are limited, they may be accomodated on the same date i.e September 8, 2012.
In addition, if the online regstrations are few, those who have opted for it will have to appear for the paper pencil test on September 2, 2012. However, they will be informed of such a happening well in advance. A list of the test centre cities is also provided to the candidates when they register.
Wg Cdr Bejoy also shared that the September 2012 MAT version will not see any changes in the paper pattern. The two and a half hour long exam will be a 200 mark paper divided into five sections including reading comprehension, data interpretation and quantitative aptitutde.
Founded by Mr. D.C. Patel, this institute was started in the year 2003. Patel Tutorial helps students in preparing for civil services exams. Recently they have started coaching for Management Aptitute Test as well.
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- Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
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