Centre for Management Services (CMS) is the specialized division of AIMA undertaking testing and other management services. The testing services have been in operation since 1988 facilitating academia, industry and governments to screen and select candidates for higher studies, recruitment, promotion, etc.
Over hundreds of AICTE-approved Institutions & University departments and over lakhs of MBA aspirants having availed AIMA’s testing services. MAT is approved by Ministry of HRD, GOI as a National Entrance Test.
MAT is usually conducted 4 times in a year in February, May, September and December. The minimum qualification for appearing in MAT is graduation in any discipline from any recognized University or equivalent recognized degree. A final year student in any undergraduate (i.e., B.A, B.Sc, B.Com, B.Tech. etc.) can also appear provisionally. Usually, there is a minimum per centage requirement in graduation, which is different for different MIs/University.
Candidates who wish to take MAT 2018 as Paper Based Test (PBT) can apply up to 31st January 2018.
Candidates who wish to take MAT 2018 as Computer Based Test (CBT) can apply up to 14 February 2018.
Candidates should register online to appear for MAT February 2018 exam with effect from December 26, 2017. The registration application fee for MAT 2018 exam is Rs 1500/- (Including GST).
MAT exam aspirants must have recognized bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration or equivalent in any discipline. Those completing their final graduation exam by June 2018 may also apply.
MAT 2018 February PBT was held on Sunday February 4, 2018 and the CBT will be conducted on Saturday February 17, 2018. The MAT exam in paper based format was held in a single session from 10AM to 12.30 PM while the computer based test will be held on multiple days if the number of candidates are more.
MAT 2018 EXAM PATTERN
MAT question paper is based on the MAT exam pattern which is an objective type test with Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs). MAT Syllabus comprises almost all the topics relevant to other top MBA entrance exams. The MAT question paper is divided among 5 key sections on which questions are formed in MAT exam.
MAT aspirants can choose either Paper Based Test or Computer Based Test. The Paper Based Test is being conducted on the first Sunday of the February, May, September and December from 1000-1230 hours, whereas the Computer Based Test is being conducted from Saturday onwards (6 days after the Paper Based Test date) and in different Time slots.
For more info visit www.aima.in/testingservices