NPAT BBA 2016 or NMIMS Programs After Twelfth was conducted on a two day window from May 14 to 15, 2016. The mode of the test was computer based. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. This article of Careers360 brings to you the day wise analysis of NPAT BBA 2016.
Before going for the in depth analysis, let us have a look at the exam pattern.
Proficiency in English Language
Quantitative & Numerical Ability
Reasoning & General Intelligence
Each question had 4 options out of which the test takers had to mark only one correct option. There was negative marking of 1/4 mark for each wrong answer. The duration of the exam was 2 hours.
NPAT BBA 2016 Day 1 Analysis
According to the analysis by IMS Learning, English was the easiest section. Quantitative & Numerical Ability or the Maths section was tricky and time consuming. The Logical Reasoning was the balanced section with moderate difficulty level questions. The section wise topics are given below.
As mentioned before, this was the easiest section. The questions were a mix between Reading Comprehension and English Usage questions. The following table brings to you the topics and the corresponding number of questions.
Number of Questions
Fill in the blanks (Part of speech)
Fill in the blanks (Word usage)
RC - 4 passages of 5Q each (Elimination of options was easy)
Quantitative & Numerical Ability
The overall difficulty level of the section was moderate to tough. The topics covered included Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry and Modern Maths. IMS Learning experts mention, “The key to scoring was selection of right questions and meticulous time management. Due to medium-tough quality of questions, there was every chance of time overrun & students would have missed out on simpler LR section, which was the third one. Hence, Maths should have been attempted at the end.”
The topics and number of questions are brought in the table below:
No. of Questions
Time, Speed, Distance
Profit & Loss
Reasoning & General Intelligence
The topics covered in this section were arrangements, coding, selection criteria, data sufficiency, visual reasoning, series completion and syllogisms etc. Lengthy puzzles with one question each could have been avoided to attempt other shorter questions. The overall difficulty level of this section was easy to moderate.
DI caselets (Pie, Line. Bar, table)
Logical Data Sufficiency (Directions, relationship, puzzles, ratio-proportion)
Visual Reasoning (Odd Man Out, series completion, analogy, puzzles)
NPAT BBA 2016 Day 2 Analysis
According to the experts, the exam pattern and difficulty level was similar to that of Day 1 with English being the easiest section. Logical Reasoning section was easier compared to that of Day 1. Quant was the toughest section in both the days.
Let us have a look at the topic wise segregation of the sections.
According to the experts, the questions of this section were simple. The RC passages were easy and the questions were direct and easy to score.
Fill in the blanks (Tenses)
This was the second section in the exam. Majority of the questions were on Trigonometry, P & L and Geometry. This was followed by Venn Diagram, Probability, Sequence/Series, Time Space & Distance and Quadratic Equations.
The following table brings to you the details of the number of questions asked from each topic.
Time, Speed, Distance (Rel. Speed)
Higher order Equations
Set definition/Venn diagram
This section was dominated by DI caselets, Data Sufficiency, series completion & selection criteria. The difficulty level of this section was moderate to tough. The following table brings to you the topics of the questions from this section.
Logical Data Sufficiency (Linear arrangement, relationships, puzzles)
Series completion (Numeric)
Odd Man Out (Maths)
Selection criteria (1 set)
Linear arrangements (4Q)
The merit list will be announced on June 2, 2016. The classes will commence from July 11, 2016. A total number of 600 seats are offered for the BBA programme in Mumbai and Bengaluru campuses.
NPAT BBA 2016 Cutoff
NPAT BBA 2016 Merit List
NPAT BBA 2016: Section wise analysis and last minute tips
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NMIMS NPAT 2020 entrance test is conducted for admissions in UG and Integrated degree at 9 campuses of NMIMS. The registration process is online and the application form will be live in first week of February 2020. The cost of the application form will depend on following options:
1. One School program - Rs.1800
2. Two School program - Rs.3000
3. Three School Program - Rs.4000
4. Four School Program - Rs. 5000
Last Date for applying is First week of May 2020.
BCom (H) or Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) is one of the most prevalent college degree programs among Commerce stream understudies. There are three most famous courses under Commerce, in particular BCom, BCom (H) and BCom LLB. Competitors who wish to seek after higher investigations and profession in bookkeeping and business or banking, money and protection, take up BCom and BCom (H) courses at UG level. The individuals who intend to take up a profession in law settle on BCom LLB.
BCom (H) Eligibility and Entrance Exams
Standard affirmation technique of BCom (H) course in Indian colleges incorporates screening of applicants based on cut off imprints fixed by the specialists and last determination. Notwithstanding, numerous universities lead selection test for admission to their BCom (H) programs.
BCom (H) qualification criteria
The up-and-comer more likely than not contemplated Commerce in class 11 and 12 with Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Maths and English as primary subjects.
The base cut off imprints criteria is dependent upon every school/college's own affirmation criteria for that year.
The base cut off imprints are set for every scholarly session based on different elements, similar to add up to level of competitors going in Commerce in sheets, most noteworthy score in Commerce, normal score in trade, least cut off signs of earlier year, and so on.
Apart from studying statistics in your 12th standard which is one of the eligibility criteria, you also need to fulfill certain other rules to be eligible for NPAT BBA exam such as.
1. You must secure a minimum of 60 per cent aggregate marks at 10+2 or equivalent examination
2. You must pass your 12th standard as well as possess an International Baccalaureate Diploma(IB Certificate / & D.P. Awarded candidates are not eligible) in any stream from a recognised board at the first attempt
3. You must not be above 25 years of age
4. The aggregate marks will be taken into consideration for determing your eligibility
5. In case you are from ICSE or CBSE board, CBSE, you should mention in the online registration / e-admission form (if selected) 10+2 or equivalent aggregate marks of all the subjects for which you have taken & appeared for
According to rank cutoffs and trends you maybe able to get electronics and teclecommunications engineering in the Main Branch of NMIMS, Mumbai. Previous years cutoffs suggest that it is likely that you get admission here. Keep visiting their official site for any details.
Hope that helps and feel free to ask if you have any more queries. Best of luck!
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