CMAT 2015-16 First Test Notification : (FIRST TEST) 25th to 29th September, 2014,Important Dates,

Common Management Admission Test CMAT 2015 - 16,(FIRST TEST) 25th to 29th September, 2014






AICTE will conduct the CMAT as an entrance test for admission to the colleges that offer MBA and for those which run postgraduate diploma in management programs. All the B-Schools recognized by AICTE can and are expected to accept the CMAT Score. 

AICTE will be conducting CMAT TWO TIMES in a year. The candidates will be given two opportunities to appear in CMAT; first in September 2014 and second in February 2015.

The better of two scores will be used for admission for 2015-16

CMAT 2015-16 First Test Notification 

First Test 

  • The test is scheduled to be conducted within a 5 day test window from 25.09.2014 to 29.09.2014
  • The candidates will have option of selecting date and city for appearing in the test.


Registration

  • Online registration Online from 3rd July, 2014 to 25th August, 2014 on website www.aicte-cmat.in
  • Choice of 3 dates and 3 cities of India for online examination in the order of preference.
  • First come first served; actual allotment subject to availability of the slots in a particular city.


Important Dates


Registration window opens on

03.07.2014

Last Date for Online Registration

25.08.2014

Print out of Hall ticket

From 12.09.2014

Computer based test dates

25.09.2014 to 29.09.2014

Declaration of result

30.10.2014

Print out of Score Cards

From 30.10.2014 to 30.11.2014



Study Material
  • Logical Reasoning

  • Logical Reasoning section

  • Basics of Data Interpretation

  • Permutation and Combination

  • Important Problem on Progressions

  • Quantitative Technique : Number System - Important Formulas

  • Quant questions of Progressions

  • Logical Reasoning

  • Quantitative Techniques Section - Volume and Surface Area Questions

  • Data Interpretation - Pie Charts

  • Logical Reasoning - Concepts

  • Data Interpretation - Sales Figures

  • COORDINATE GEOMETRY

  • Language Comprehension

  • Algebra - Inequalities

  • Expert Advice on Preparation





CMAT First Test Eligibility
  • Graduates with 50% in any discipline
  • Final year students of Graduate Courses can also apply


Test Fee 

  • General/OBC: Rs.1400 + Bank charges as applicable
  • SC/ST/PD: Rs.700 + Bank charges as applicable


Note: Fee once remitted is not refunded under any circumstance.

Mode of Payment 

  • Net Banking / Credit / Debit Card: Online through www.aicte-cmat.in
  • Cash: Payment Through challan generated online and Cash deposited in any branch of State Bank of India.

 

List of Test Centers for CMAT First Test

The CMAT First Test (2015-16) is expected to be conducted in 23 Indian (States and Union Territories) covering the following cities:

1. Agartala 
2. Ahmedabad 
3. Ahmednagar 
4. Allahabad 
5. Amravati 
6. Amritsar 
7. Aurangabad 
8. Bangalore
9. Bareilly 
10. Bhavnagar 
11. Bhopal 
12. Bhubaneswar 
13. Bhuj 
14. Chandigarh
15. Chennai 
16. Coimbatore
17. Davangere 
18. Dehradun 
19. Delhi 
20. Dhanbad 
21. Dharwad

22. Durgapur 
23. Gulbarga 
24. Gurgaon 
25. Guwahati 
26. Gwalior
27. Hyderabad 
28. Indore
29. Jabalpur
30. Jaipur 
31. Jammu
32. Jamshedpur
33. Jodhpur 
34. Kanpur 
35. Kochi 
36. Kolhapur 
37. Kolkata
38. Kozhikode 
39. Lucknow
40. Ludhiana
41. Mangalore 
42. Meerut

43. Mumbai
44. Mysore
45. Nagpur 
46. Nasik 
47. Navi Mumbai 
48. Noida
49. Panaji 
50. Patna 
51. Pune 
52. Rajkot
53. Raipur 
54. Ranchi 
55. Shimla
56. Srinagar 
57. Surat 
58. Trivandrum 
59. Udaipur
60. Vadodara
61. Varanasi
62. Visakhapatnam



(Note: AICTE reserves the right to change or cancel any test venue / center and / or change the test time and dates at their own discretion)


Structure-Pattern of the CMAT First Test

No. of sections: The computer-based CMAT First Test 2015 – 2016 will have the following four sections with multiple choice questions. (MCQ)


S. No.

Type of Questions

No. of questions

Maximum Marks

1

Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation

25

100

2

Logical reasoning

25

100

3

Language comprehension

25

100

4

General Awareness

25

100

Total

 

100

400



Important 

  • Expected Duration of the CMAT: 3 hours (180 minutes).
  • Expected Time per section in CMAT: 45 minutes.
  • Marking Scheme for CMAT: 4 marks per correct answer.
  • Incorrect answers will carry a penalty of 1 mark.

Admission Process

  • The detailed merit list will be provided to the respective State Government for allotting the students through central counseling or otherwise as per their notified admission procedure
  • In case there is no central counseling, scores awarded will be used for admission in the AICTE approved institutes/University departments.

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