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The All India Management Association-AIMA has started the application process for its national level entrance exam- MAT December 2015. The last date for the online registration is November 21 and for offline submission of application form is November 24, 2015.
MAT is the MBA entrance exam conducted by All India Management Association- AIMA for over 500 B-schools across India. MAT is conducted four times a year in both paper pencil as well as computer based mode in the months of February, May, September and December.
As per the eligibility criteria for MAT December 2015, candidates must be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. Final year students are also eligible to apply.
Click here to Apply for MAT December 2015 Application Form
The candidates can apply either in offline or online mode for MAT December 2015. In the offline mode, candidates have to obtain the MAT Bulletin and CD from listed branches of Axis Bank, Bank of Baroda and AIMA Study Centre. The last date to purchase the application forms is November 21 and the last date to submit the same is November 24, 2015.
The online MAT December 2015 Application Form could either be downloaded online with payment of fee via Debit or Credit card or via Net Banking. The application fee to be paid is Rs. 1200. Only those candidates who have registered and filled the MAT December 2015 Application Form will be allowed to download the admit card and later appear in the test. The admit card will be available on or after November 28, 2015 and the paper and computer based exam will be conducted on December 6 and 12, 2015 respectively. After the exams, the results will be announced in the last week of December 2015. The scores of the exam will be accepted by around 500 B-schools across India.
MAT December 2015 is the last MAT of the year, the first being held in February. The exam pattern is both paper pencil based as well as computer based.
First Published on- October 6, 2015
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A score of minimum 600 is a valid score to get a call from NIT hamirpur for mba admissions.
Although it also depends upon the pool of candidates applying and your overall profile is also taken into consideration.
All the best.
The cutoff for IEM Kolkata is 60%, the infrastructure is good and basic facilities are provided. Regarding placement record almost every student is placed and there is 100% placement, but the package offered is not good. Average salary package offered is as low as 5 LPA.
On the other hand Doon Business School, the infrastructure is average but good facilities are provided. Placement record of college is good with about 90% of the students getting placed and package ranges from 5 to 15 LPA.
So personally I think Doon business school is better
Any of the following : September and December MAT 2019 will be accepted and the current years i.e 2020 will be accepted for admission in this year's program.
No, Christ University does not have any management quota for MBA. It is, however, recommended that you speak to the admissions office once for the confirmation.
Appearing Christ Entrance Test is mandatory even for students seeking direct admission in Christ BBA Course. Only students with high academic record and with good entrance test scores are consider for Management quota Admission.
Hope this would help,please feel free to ask if you have any further queries.
MAT is a national mba entrance exam. More than 500+ colleges in India accepts MAT scores.
If you're targeting very good colleges than a score of 99+ percentile will fetch you get colleges with best ROIs.
For decent Colleges I would say that a score of 95+ percentile is safe enough to convert good average colleges (other than score your profile overall also matters for getting admissions)
Going a little below than 90+ percentile is you can get a few below average colleges also.
Going below this is not recommended.
Although you can visit the below link for more details:
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