The AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is a national level entrance test conducted multiple times a year by the Association of Indian Management School (AIMS). The score of ATMA 2020 will be accepted by 740 top B-schools in India for admission to the postgraduate programmes in the Management domain (MBA, PGDM, PGDBA etc.). As per the eligibility criteria prescribed by the conducting body, applicants should either be graduates or in their final year of graduation from a recognised institute to appear in ATMA 2020. The single window exam is held in both offline and online modes across several cities in India. As per the exam pattern, ATMA 2020 will be an objective-type test which evaluates verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, and analysing the ability of the candidate. The total duration of the exam is three hours.
Upcoming Dates and Events
13 Feb, 2020 - 18 May, 2020
Application | Mode: Online Ongoing
21 May, 2020
Admit Card | Mode: Online
24 May, 2020
Exam | Mode: Online
29 May, 2020
Result | Mode: Online
Past Dates and Events
13 Feb, 2020
09 Feb, 2020
05 Feb, 2020
01 Feb, 2020 - 03 Feb, 2020
Application - Registration end date | Mode: Online
18 Nov, 2019 - 01 Feb, 2020
Application - Fee Payment End Date | Mode: Online
AIMS prescribes the ATMA 2020 eligibility criteria for candidates who wish to appear in the management entrance exam. The registration process for May session began on February 13. Candidates must ensure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria of ATMA 2020 before applying for the exam as stated below:
• Candidates must be graduates completed their Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from an accredited Institution or University. Candidates in their final year of graduation are also eligible to apply for ATMA 2020.
• Age limit – There is no age bar for candidates who wish to take ATMA 2020.
• Repeaters - Aspirants who have previously appeared for the exam can re-apply for the exam.
• Work Experience – Not necessary; as both working and non-working aspirants can apply.
Aspirants must check that they duly fulfil the eligibility criteria before applying for ATMA 2020 to avoid their candidature from being at the time of admission.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Credit Card | Debit Card
The application form of ATMA May 2020 released in online mode by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). Additionally, in order to complete the ATMA 2020 registration, candidates must enter their phone number and email ID since the exam-related information will be communicated through them. Prior to filling the application form, the eligibility criteria to appear for the exam must be checked.
Steps to fill ATMA Application Form 2020
• Step 1 - Go to the official website of ATMA AIMS.
• Step 2 - Application fee payment:
Go to the Online Fee Payment tab under the ATMA Online Exam tab. An application fee of Rs. 1298/- must be paid using Debit or Credit card only. Payment through Net Banking, NEFT, Cash will not be accepted by the conducting authority.
• Step 3 - Request for PID (Personal Identification Number):
Fill the personal details like Full name, Email ID and Mobile Number. Candidates need to take two printouts of the filled-in ATMA 2020 Application Form which must be carried on test day. An auto-generated mail will be sent to the registered email containing the login credentials.
• Step 4 - Fill and complete ATMA application form 2020:
Use the login credentials sent to the registered email ID to login to ATMA account and complete the application form. Take a print of this as well and keep it for future reference.
The ATMA 2020 exam pattern is formulated by AIMS (All India Management Association). The exam will be conducted in computer-based mode for a duration of three hours. The test will have a total of 180 MCQ questions from broadly three sections.
ATMA Exam Pattern 2019 - Overview
Mode of the exam
Online & offline
Total number of Questions
Total number of Sections
Question Paper Type
Marks per Question
Duration of the exam
3 hours (180 minutes)
ATMA 2020 Exam Pattern – Section wise breakup
Number of Questions
Analytical Reasoning Skills
As discussed above, each of the three sections- Analytical Reasoning, Verbal Skills and Quantitative Skills will be repeated twice making it a total of six sections.
Marking Scheme of ATMA 2020 - One mark for each correct answer will be awarded. For each incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
The ATMA May 2020 admit card will release on May 21, 2020. The admit card of ATMA 2020 will be issued to those candidates who successfully register for the exam. Candidates will be able to download the ATMA 2020 admit card from the official website by logging in with their credentials. The hard copy of the admit card was not sent to any candidate as it was made available only in online mode. It is advisable to take extra copies of the hall ticket of ATMA 2020.
Details mentioned on the ATMA Admit Card 2020:
• Candidate’s Name and Address
• Exam Date, Time and Venue
• Photograph of candidate
• Instructions related to the exam and test day
Documents to carry along with ATMA Admit Card 2020
Candidates must have carried any one of the following documents to the ATMA exam centre along with the admit card:
• Voter ID Card
• Aadhar Card
• Driving License
• PAN Card etc.
The result of ATMA 2020 will be announced on May 29, 2020. It will be made available in the form of scorecard which will contain overall as well as sectional scores. Aspirants will be required to download their ATMA 2020 result from the official website of the exam using the login credentials.
How to check ATMA Result 2020?
• Go to the official website of AIMS ATMA
• Select the date of the exam
• Enter the Registration Number/Roll Number/PID and enter the password
• ATMA result will be displayed on the screen
• Download the result
The result of ATMA 2020 is calculated as per the marking scheme prescribed by the exam conducting body.
After the result, the B-schools accepting ATMA scores will announce the shortlisted candidates for the next rounds of admission. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the Group Discussion (GD) or Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. The final merit list will be prepared based on the ATMA scores, performance in GD/WAT-PI rounds and overall academic profile of the candidates.
While attending the ATMA 2020 selection procedure, candidates have to carry certain important documents like original shortlist letter, copies of certificates of Xth and XIIth, ATMA scorecard, original admit card, and original degree/provisional certificate. A final merit list, based on the ATMA result, performance in GD/WAT-PI rounds and overall academic profile of the candidates will be prepared. This will be followed by the final admission process to the respective B-schools.
Yes, candidates in the final year of qualifying examination or result awaited can apply provided they submit the proof of documents before the prescribed date.
No, ATMA application form can be filled only in online mode.
Yes, Female candidates will have 25% concession on the application fee and 50% concession is applicable for applicants belonging to North-Eastern states of India.
ATMA Cutoff is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates have to score to be eligible for the admission process of various management institutes. Candidates securing more than or equal to the cutoff are selected for Group Discussion, Written Ability Test, and Personal Interview rounds. ATMA Cutoff of participating institutes usually range from 70 to 150.
hope this helps
By your percentile in competitive exams you can apply to these colleges in Mumbai and Pune
1) Welingkar Mumbai
2) SIES MUMBAI
3) NL DALMIA MUMBAI
4) CHETANA MUMBAI
5) BIMM PUNE
6) NIA PUNE
Colleges that I have mentioned above is the best college for PGDM in Mumbai and Pune, I don't recommend any college other than these for you to apply as they are not worth it.
I hope the above information is beneficial for you.
All the best.
Entrance exam comprises of 3 important topics i.e. Subjects - Analytical Reasoning, Verbal Skills and Quantitative Skills.
Analytical reasoning will have 30 questions to be answered within 30 minutes. The syllabus will be blood relations, data sufficiency, verbal logic, coding decoding, Statement– Conclusion, Number Series, etc.
Verbal reasoning has 30 qsns as well. And the syllabus for the same will be as follows -
Synonyms, opposites, Basic English grammar, jumbled sentences, vocabulary, etc.
Quantitative skills will have the following topics under syllabus -
Best wishes. thank-you.
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