Bangalore University accepts CMAT scores for MBA

BU accepts CMAT scores for MBA
Bangalore University accepts Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) test score for MBA courses admissions in affiliated colleges of the university from the academic year 2013-14.


AICTE has sent to notice to all AICTE affiliated colleges to accept CMAT score for MBA and PGDM courses admissions.

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi informed that admissions to all MBA programmes in AICTE- approve institutions and university departments shall be based on CMAT Scores and for the PGDM institutions will be done based on one of the five tests {CMAT, CAT, MAT, XAT and ATMA) for admission for the year 2013-14 and accordingly to take necessary action in this regard.

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has requested the AICTE to hold another CMAT entrance test in May 2013.

On the special request AICTE decided to hold additional CMAT test in May 2013.

To apply click on CMAT May 2013 registration form.

Accordingly, it has been decided by the state government that only CMAT scores will be considered for admission in Postgraduate MBA Management programs in all AICTE approved institutions and State universities in the state from the academic year 2013-14.

The Karnataka state Government decided to scrap the PGCET (Postgraduate Common Entrance Test) for Management programmes admissions across the state from 2013. Now, state Govt decided that only CMAT scores will be considered for admission in post graduate MBA management programmes in All AICTE approved institutions and Universities from 2013-14 onwards.

All the aspiring candidates should have to register for the CMAT entrance exam from 2013-14. AICTE will conduct the CMAT exam twice a year, in which candidates can register for both the time. The best score of the two exams will be considered for the admissions. AICTE will release the merit list of CMAT and will be used for the allotment of seats for the academic year 2013-14.

The admissions will be facilitated by KEA for 50% of the total approved seats (government quota). Seats will be allotted based on the rank of the candidate in the exam. Furthermore , every institution will follow the same rank list to fill up the institution's share of seats for the remaining 50%.

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