St. Xavier’s BMS Entrance Test 2020 - St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai will conduct St. Xavier’s BMS entrance test 2020 tentatively in the third week of June 2020. The application form for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 will be released probably in the first week of May 2020 and will continue till the fourth week of May 2020. St. Xavier’s BMS admit card 2020 will be available tentatively from second week of June 2020. Students can download the admit card for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 only in online mode by entering the login credentials. The exam pattern of St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 is expected to be the same as of previous year. St. Xavier’s BMS exam pattern 2020 will consist of multiple choice questions with a duration of two hours. St. Xavier’s BMS entrance test is expected to conduct in the third week of June 2020 for admission into undergraduate programme of management. St. Xavier’s BMS result 2020 will be based upon the weightage given to entrance test and class 12th aggregate marks. Read this article by Careers360 to know in detail about the St. Xavier’s BMS entrance test 2020 important dates, eligibility criteria, application form, admit card, result, selection procedure and so forth.
St. Xavier’s BMS Application start date
First week of May 2020
Last date to submit online application form
Last week of May 2020
Availability of Admit Card
From second week of June 2020
St. Xavier’s BMS 2020
Third week of June 2020
First merit list
Second merit list
Fourth week of June 2020
St. Xavier’s BMS Cutoff 2020
To be notified
Name of the examination
St. Xavier’s BMS entrance test 2019
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
Paper based test
St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Mumbai
1 hour 45 minutes
Nature of questions
Multiple choice questions
Candidates must adhere by the eligibility criteria of St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 before filling the application form. St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 eligibility criteria is as follows:
Student must have cleared the class 12th examination from Maharashtra State Board. Candidates qualifying examination other than Maharashtra State Board must issue the provisional eligibility certificate from the University of Mumbai.
Candidate’s date of birth must be on or after June 1, 1997.
Students appearing in the final examinations will not be permitted to apply for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 entrance test.
Aspirants belonging to reserved category must issue the relevant certificates.
Candidate must have any of the following documents for the proof of date of birth:
School Leaving Certificate, Board
Birth Certificate issued by a Competent Authority
Aspirants must obtain the minimum aggregate marks in the 12th examinations or equivalent as mentioned below:
Minimum passing marks (class 12 or equivalent)
Application form for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 will be released in online mode tentatively in the first week of May 2020. St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 application form will be available until the last week of May 2020. Candidates must follow the eligibility criteria before filling the St. Xavier’s BMS application form 2020. Upon fulfilling the eligibility criteria students must follow the steps mentioned below to fill the application form:
Step 1: Click on the official website- (link will be available as soon as authorities releases it)
Step 2: Register online and login through the ID and password created.
Step 3: Fill the application form as per the instructions provided.
Step 4: Fill the application fee through any of the following method:
Step 5: Download the receipt for application fee provided on the registered email ID.
Authorities have mentioned different fee for various categories which is mentioned in the table below:
Application Fee Structure
Admit card for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 will be available for download in online mode tentatively from second week of June 2020. Only candidates who have submitted the application form along with the payment of application fee will be able to download the St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 admit card. Students can download the St. Xavier’s BMS admit card 2020 by entering the login credentials generated at the time of registration. Student must affix their recent passport size photograph on the admit card. Admit card of St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 is a must have document on the day of examination, without which aspirant will not be allowed to give the examination.
St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 is expected to be conducted in the third week of June 2020. Before appearing for the examination candidates must follow through the exam pattern of St. Xavier's BMS 2020. Knowing the St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 exam pattern will help aspirants in formulating strategy for preparation. Features of St. Xavier’s BMS exam pattern 2020 are as follows:
St. Xavier’s BMS entrance test 2020
Mode of examination
Multiple Choice Questions
Number of questions
No negative marking
Number of sections
General knowledge and current affairs
English language and comprehension skills
Logical and visual reasoning
Simple calculator and black point ball pen
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai does not prescribe any specific syllabus for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020. Candidates are advised to follow up with the standard syllabus of class 10th among all boards. For Englsih language candidates must read the novels and develop a habit of reading newspapers for vocabulary and current affairs. Refer the table below to know the weightage given to each section under St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 syllabus:
Weightage for each section
Result for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 will be declared in the form of merit list tentatively in the third week of June 2020. Merit list will mention the name of the shortlisted candidates on the basis of score obtained by the candidate in class 12th examinations and St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 entrance test. The weightage given to the performance is as follows:
Class 12th score
St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 entrance test
Cutoff for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 is the minimum score required by the students to qualify for the further rounds. St. Xavier’s cutoff 2020 is based upon certain parameters that are:
Number of applicants who appeared for St. Xavier’s BMS entrance test 2020
Difficulty level of the question paper
Score obtained by the candidates
After the declaration of cutoff, shortlisted candidates will have to appear for selection rounds of St. Xavier’s BMS 2020. The selection process will include the interview round. The final selection will be done on the basis of following parameters:
Weightage (in %)
As per previous year, the admission intake for St. Xavier’s Mumbai will be done on the basis of the following seats availability:
Number of Seats
St. Xavier’s College
5, Mahapalika Marg
Maharashtra 400 001
Phone: 022 22620661
The number of questions under exam pattern of St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 may vary from year to year.
Final selection for admission into St. Xavier’s, Mumbai will be based upon the following factors:
Class 12th score- 30%
St. Xavier’s BMS 2020 examination- 60%
No, candidates who will be appearing for final examination or result is awaited cannot apply for St. Xavier’s BMS 2020.
yes, candidates are only allowed to use simple calculators in the examination.
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Hi there Vishal!
Hope you are having a nice day!
I would like to inform you that these are the eligibility criteria for ST. Xavier's Entrance exam below:-
These are the eligibility parameters. And I hope all your query now get solved. So keep learning keep growing.
All the best for your bright future!
First of all i want to say that you're lucky that you choose PCM. But that doesn't mean you can only go for Engineering.There are many other courses you can opt for.Like you can do
Management Related Course(such as BBA),Social Science Related Course (Such as BA),Law Related Course(Such as BAL.LB/BCOM L.LB) and many more courses you can go for.
Also being a maths student you have little preference that almost in every Entrance Exam there's maths section which you can do better than non-maths student.
Take your time,find more about these courses and go in that field in which you are interested.
I Hope This Helps
Best Of Luck!
Hi Sana, hope you are having a nice day.
i would like to inform you that every government colleges have some specific date to apply and that can be easily available on colleges websites.So go there and get registered yourself first before the deadline of online submission date given according to the college that you choose and then you can be eligible for entrance exam.Further details will be provived on websites itself or else they will send you a notification related to date and destination of exam. All the best for your future Thanks.
Hope you are doing well!
Students who have passed their 12th from foreign boards have to obtain a 'PRIMA FACIE' eligibility letter from Mumbai University for first year courses. Here is the address for that:
Also, it is important for you to have passed your exams in the first attempt.
The aggregate is calculated out of 4 subjects at a +2 level and the subjects are also dependent on the eligibility criteria for your individual course. The subjects which are not to be calculated in these main 4 are All Dance courses, All Music Courses (with the exception of BSc. Mass Communication and MSc. Multimedia), All Vocational courses, SUPW, Agriculture, Arts/Fine Arts (with the exception of BSc. Mass Communication and MSc. Multimedia), Security, Work Experience, Fabric Study, Environmental studies, Environmental Science, Environmental Education, Gen. Foundation Course, Electricity/ Electrical Courses, Fashion studies, Heritage craft, Home Science, Painting (with an exception of M.Sc. in Multimedia), Salesmanship, Physical education, Fashion Designing, Entrepreneurship, Health Education and Floriculture.
The aggregate must be more than 45% and the candidate must have passed in all the papers. The candidates who have given the GCE are eligible if they have passed 2 'A' Level exams and '3' O level exams. Only subjects which have been passed at 'A' levels can be taken as subjects for honours and if it is a combination course, the subjects for eligibility for that particular course should be the subjects at 'A' level. But make sure your 'A' level is completed at the time of application.
Hope this helps! All the best!
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