As the Common Management Admissions Test (CMAT) 2017 is nearing, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has released the admit cards for the same. The candidates will be able to download it from the AICTE official website.
Steps to download CMAT 2017 Exam Admit Card
- Go to aicte-cmat.in
- Click on the link provided for CMAT 2017 admit card
- A login page will appear. Enter your details such as email ID and password
- Enter the word verification code
- Click Submit
- Your admit card will appear on a new page. Save it to your computer and take a print out of it for future reference
The exams dates are scheduled on January 28 and 29. Also, 29 January 2017 is a reserved day.
The CMAT scores will be accepted in over 3500 AICTE approved B-schools including JBIMS, Sydenham, KJ Somaiya, IMT and GIM among others.
There will be 25 questions of 100 marks given in four divided sections. Quantitative techniques and data interpretation, logical reasoning, language comprehension and general awareness are the four sections present. The exam duration is 180 minutes. Four marks will be given for correct answer and a negative marking of one mark for every wrong answer.
The Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is the entrance test, which is conducted for admission to management programmes in colleges approved by AICTE across the country. All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is a statutory body under Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India enacted by the Parliament through AICTE Act 1986 with a view for proper planning and coordinated development of technical education system throughout the country.
The scores are awarded and All India Merit List is prepared for both the examinations. Better of the two scores are used for admission. AICTE has now decided to conduct CMAT in Foreign Countries for facilitating eligible NRIs/PIOs and foreign nationals to appear in CMAT for seeking admission in institutions in India following CMAT merit list for 2014-15 under special provisions defined in AICTE Approval Process and against all vacancies left after completion of centralized admission in management institutions.