AIMA MAT May 2016 Registration : Best wishes folks who are interested on management studies those are have a great opportunity now. Recently the All India Management Association (AIMA) has released a fresh notification of MAT May 2016 exam and invited the applications from eligible and interested aspirants. Candidates those are interested for the exam they can utilize this wonderful opportunity. Already interested candidates have been registering for the exam.
The last date for the registration was 16th April 2016. But, the AIMA board has postponed the last date for registration was 16th April to 19th April 2016. Candidates who are not applied till now they can apply through board official website i.e. www.aima.in. The candidates who are interested in applying for the exam are suggested to check the recent development on the website or just walk through the article to check the details.
Management Aptitude Test (MAT 2016) is a national level test conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programmes offered by the various B-schools of the country who will participate in the MAT 2016. The MAT exam is one of the biggest management entrance exams of the country with thousands of the students appearing for the MAT exam year. The MAT exam is approved by the Ministry of HRD, govt. of India as the national level test for admission to the PGDM institutes across the country. The MAT score are considered by many b-schools across the country for admission to their management programmes.
AIMA has already conducted the MAT Feb 2016 exam and later released the notification regarding MAT May 2016 exam and invited the aspirants to apply. The MAT exam is conducted four times in the year in the month of February, May, September and December. The candidates can get complete details regarding MAT application form, eligibility criteria, and exam pattern, Admit card and Results.
AIMA MAT MAY 2016 Exam:
Name of the Organization: All India Management Association (AIMA)
Name of the Exam: MAT 2016
Exam Type: Objective
Application Last date: 19th April 2016
Exam Date: May (tentatively)
Category: Entrance Exam
Official Site: www.aima.in.
MAT Eligibility Criteria:
The aspirants attending in the MAT exam 2016 are suggested to check the MAT eligibility criteria before applying for the examination, the details of the eligibility criteria has been mentioned below:
1. The candidate should have completed graduation or appearing in the final year of graduation from a recognized university.
2. There is no age limit to appear in the MAT exam.
3. The candidates should have a minimum of 45% marks (40% for reserved categories) in qualifying exam with English as a subject.
4. The candidates must meet the percentage requirements and MAT score for admission to various institute and colleges.
How to Apply?
The aspirants interested in the exam have applied by choosing one of the modes mentioned below:
Candidates can register online from the official website of AIMA and fill all their details like name, age, address, phone no. etc and make the fees payment through net banking or credit/debit card.
The candidates can also make a cross demand draft (DD) of Rs 1200 in favour of ‘All India Management Association’ payable at Delhi from any Bank and register themselves online at AIMA website with their DD details.
The candidate can also obtain the application form with MAT Bulletin/CD on cash payment of Rs.1200 to any of the nodal centres of AIMA.
MAT Exam Pattern:
The aspirants attending for the exam must be knowledge of the exam pattern so as to perform well in the examination and score good percentile to take admission in their preferred colleges and universities. Below we have mentioned the complete paper pattern of the MAT exam 2016.
The exam will consists of 200 questions, each question will carry one marks each. The total time of exam will be 150 min.
For every question there will be four options, candidate have to choose one correct answer out of four.
Candidates must note that there is a provision of negative marking, so for every wrong answer 1/4th of the marks allotted to the question will be deducted.