The conducting body of MICAT, MICA Ahmedabad has started the application procedure for its national level entrance test- MICAT II from January 4, 2016. Earlier with the announcement of the MICAT I shortlist on December 23, MICA announced the dates for MICAT II, its second round of admission process. The last date to apply for MICAT again is January 31, 2016.
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The application process for MICAT II is completely online and must be filled with correct details along with the required application fee. Only registered candidates will be able to download their admit cards and later appear in MICAT II, scheduled to be conducted on February 14 in computer based mode.
MICAT II is conducted for admissions to the PGDM-C batch of 2016-18 for 180 seats. As per the eligibility criteria, candidates with a recognized bachelor's degree and valid scores of CAT and XAT can apply for the test.
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As per the exam pattern, MICAT II will be similar to MICAT I. The test will be divided into 2 sections namely, Section I and Section II and will be both objective and subjective in nature.
The MICAT II exam dates are clashing with the exam dates of ATMA February and IRMA 2016. This announcement of dates by MICA officials has added to the resentment of candidates who are already disappointed over non-disclosure of the MICAT 2015 score cards.
Incidentally, both ATMA 2016 and IRMA 2016 exam dates were announced much earlier, hence it is likely that MICA may change the exam date. Earlier, during the announcement of MICAT – I, the exam was dated on December 20, which was also the date for SNAP 2015, which was announced much earlier. MICA had promptly preponed the date to December 13, 2015. Careers360 will keep you updated with any change in schedule related to MICAT – II.
After MICA announced results for MICAT-1 on December 23, many test takers questioned its shortlisting criteria for the next stage of selection process. The candidates also sought to know their scores and cutoffs and expressed their anguish by commenting on the special Facebook page of ‘MICA Official Discussion Group 2016’.
Raising concerns of thousands of distressed MICAT takers and MICA aspirants, Careers360 has now written an open letter to MICA director Dr Nagesh Rao seeking his immediate intervention towards bringing transparency in MICAT results.
First Published on January 4, 2016
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