CMAT Admit Cards For MBA Students
If you aim to pursue a management course after graduation and have already registered for the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT), last day for which was 15th January, 2015, you can download your admit cards for the exam online from today. The admit cards can be collected from the AICTE CMAT website starting today for the exam that is proposed to be conducted between February 19 and 22. These admit cards are necessary for entrance to the exam hall, without which permission to appear for the test is not given. Check for your name and roll number, the test timings, venue and date, as also some exam-related information and your photograph along with your signature.
To download the hall ticket, as it is popularly known, you will need to visit the official website and click on the link notifying ‘download admit card’. The system would ask you for your username and password, providing which you can register for the test. Once the admit card appears, make sure to save a soft copy in your PC and also take a print out of the same. The card is available only through online download and will only be available to the eligible students, which is why providing valid e-mail IDs at the time of registration and registering oneself before the deadline is necessary.
Held twice a year, this is the second test for this academic session after the first test in September 2014, and holds much importance for people who aspire to have MBA (Masters in Business Administration)degrees or pursue PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management), especially if they intend for an admission in All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) approved colleges such as IIT, Amity School of Engineering and Technology, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, G.B. Pant Polytechnic, International Polytechnic for Women, Indraprastha University and the like.
This year the CMAT exam would include general awareness, logical reasoning, and language comprehension and data interpretation along with quantitative techniques.
Students who are graduates in any subject or are in the final year of their graduation can appear for the test which comprises of 25 questions in each of the four sections mentioned above and these questions in all would carry 400 marks.
The exam duration is for three hours, where general awareness is considered to be the most scoring section of all, but wrong answers would enable deduction of marks, as every question wrongly answered would make for deduction of one mark.
The test is scheduled to be held in two different timings, one from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and the other from 2:30 p.m to 5:30 p.m.
The qualifiers would be eligible for admission to around 1500 B-Schools in India that are all AICTE approved and are specific University departments belonging to different states. The results will most probably be declared on March 25, 2015 and a print-out of the mark sheets can be taken out from March 25 to April 25. So get your admit cards ready now and have a thorough revision.
All the Best!