All India Management Association (AIMA) has released the admit cards for the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) 2015. The exam is tentatively scheduled to be conducted on May 24, 2015. The online exam will be an Internet Based Test (IBT). Results of this exam is tentatively scheduled to be released on June 2, 2015. Also Read - UPSC Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for Various Posts, Here's How You Can Apply
As per a notification on the official website, the AIMA MAT 2015 test scores will be valid for all-India level Master of Business Administration (MBA) seats as well as Maharashtra institutional level MBA seats. As per the directive of the Government of Maharashtra state, ATMA score is valid for admissions against 15% OMS quota and 20% institute level seats for all the institutes offering MBA and Master of Management Studies (MMS). Check how to download admit cards below: Also Read - Beyond The Call Of Duty: Police Station in Aurangabad Holds English Classes For Slum Children
- Log on to the official website of AIMA MAT at www.aima.in.
- Click on the link “MAT May 2015 Admit Card”.
- Enter and submit the Name, Form number and Date of birth.
- Admit card or Hall ticket would flash on screen.
- Candidates need to download and save the same.
- Candidates are advised to take multiple print-outs of the same.
The last ATMA examination was held on March 1, 2015; which was a paper-based examination. After this exam the next two ATMA tests will be held on June 21, 2015 and July 26, 2015. Also Read - Operation Smile: Indore Cop Turns Teacher For Slum Children Who Couldn't Attend Online Classes Due to Pandemic
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national level entrance test conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) for giving eligible candidates admission to MBA and allied programs in various Business Schools (B-Schools) pan India. Any B-School (national or international) may take the MAT score for admissions. MAT is usually conducted four times in a year in February, May, September and December.
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