OJEE MBA Exam Pattern 2020: Check Latest Paper Pattern
OJEE MBA Exam Pattern 2020 - Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Board (OJEEB) released the exam pattern of OJEE MBA 2020. As per the OJEE MBA 2020 exam pattern the question paper will consist of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) divided into five sections. Also, OJEE MBA exam pattern 2020 provides the marking scheme, for every incorrect answer marks will be deducted and the number of questions included in each section. It is advisable for the aspirants to check the exam pattern of OJEE MBA 2020 before appearing for the exam. OJEE MBA is a state level examination conducted twice in a year for admission to the MBA program of Government colleges, universities, and self-financed institutes of Odisha. The exam dates of OJEE MBA has been postponed till further notice. Read this article by Careers360 to know in detail about the OJEE MBA exam pattern 2020, marking scheme, do’s and don'ts on the day of examination and syllabus.
Latest: Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Board (OJEEB) will release OJEE MBA 2020 admit card anytime soon.
OJEE MBA Exam Pattern 2020 - Highlights
OJEE MBA 2020
To be notified
Mode of Exam
Duration of Exam
Total Number of Questions
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice with four options to each question
1. Verbal Reasoning and Comprehension
2. Analytical and Logical Reasoning
3. General Knowledge and Business Fundamentals
4. Quantitative Techniques
+ Four Marks for every correct answer
- One Mark for each incorrect response
What's New in OJEE MBA Exam Pattern 2020
As per the latest notifications by the authorities, the number of questions in Verbal Reasoning and Comprehension and Analytical and Logical Reasoning has been decreased by 10 questions and general knowledge and business fundamentals have been clubbed as one section.
OJEE MBA Exam Pattern 2020
OJEE MBA 2020 exam pattern consist of a total 120 questions which are to be divided into five sections. However, the number of questions will vary in each section check details in the table below:
OJEE MBA Exam Pattern: Section specific Question format
Name of Sections
Number of Questions
Verbal Reasoning and Comprehension
The total duration - 120 minutes/ Two hours
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
General Knowledge and Business Fundamentals
Total number of Questions - 120
OJEE MBA Exam pattern 2020 - Marking Scheme
OJEE MBA 2020 score will be calculated on the basis of the following marking scheme:
OJEE MBA 2020 Marking Scheme
Marking Scheme component
Marks for each question of OJEE MBA 2020
No marks awarded or deducted
Question with More Than One Answer Marked
Do’s and don’ts of OJEE MBA 2020
Candidates should note that the entry to examination hall will commence half an hour before. Students must be seated on their allocated seats prior to 15 minutes to the examination.
As soon as the OJEE MBA 2020 will commence, latecomers will not be allowed to enter the examination hall under any circumstances.
Students must carry two printed copied of the admit card along with blue/black ball point pen.
Aspirants will be allowed to the clipboard or cardboard, however nothing should be written on it.
Students will not be allowed to carry electronic devices such as mobile phone, smart or digital watches, slide rules and so forth.
OJEE MBA Syllabus 2020
Check the detailed syllabus of OJEE MBA 2020.
Assess candidate’s reading and understanding skills through the passage.
Assess student’s business skills
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - OJEE MBA Exam Pattern 2020: Check Latest Paper Pattern
Question: Is there any sectional limit for OJEE MBA 2020?
No, there is no sectional limit. Candidates can switch between sections as per their preference.
Question: Can I appear for both online and offline mode of OJEE MBA 2020?
Yes, candidates can apply for both modes.
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Questions related to M.B.A
i have 49.3 % in graduation and i want to do a mba so did private university take my admisson ?
Definitely your score did not seems that you will get admission in college at your choice but I would suggest you to prepare for MBA entrance exams like CAT, XAT, IFFT, MAT etc so that you may get best college to move on for your mba.
It is important to give MBA entrance exams because with good scores in these exams will help you to help you to overlap the graduation percentage as it will consider as improvement in your academic profile.
Hope you will get some benefit from this information.
for MBA ,do i need 50% overall (10+2+3) or just in final year
the basic eligibility criteria to get admission for the course MBA is candidate must hold a bachelors degree in any relevant stream of any recognized board and most of the institutes do demand a minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks in average or equivalent at graduation level.
hope this helps!
What is the process to get admission in LPU for MBA cource and what are the specialistion available in MBA Cource?
Eligibility for MBA at LPU is Pass with 55% aggregate marks in Bachelor’s degree (any discipline) or equivalent and Interview or Completed Company Secretary (CS) from Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) or Completed Chartered Accountancy (CA) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) or Completed Cost & Management Accountancy (CMA) from Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI).
Programmes Available in Management
When does KMAT 2021 Exam take place for MBA Admissions 2021-23 in Kerala ?
KMAT karnataka 2021 application forms for 2021 session is likely to be out in the 4th week of may 2021 and last date to submit the same will be 2nd week of july 2021 , exam is likely to be conducted in the 4th week of july 2021.
hope this helps
My class 10th and 12th percentages are 79 & 74 respectively. But my graduation (B.com) marks are just 50.9%. What are my possibilities to get a good B school for MBA/PGDM? What exams and what percentile should I target?
Your profile is not good , to be very honest. Your academics will be a major concern while seeking admissions to top B-schools because B-schools give some weight age to the previous academic figures of the candidate.
You need to appear for various entrance exams such as CAT, XAT, MAT, GMAT, IIFT etc.
You should prepare really hard and give your best shot at these exams and score as much as possible to secure a seat at any good Business school.
You can't change your 10th, 12th or graduation marks so it would be better not to think about them and rather focus on those factors which are still under your control.
All the best for preparations.