Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA) is inviting online applications for KMAT 2018 for admission to postgraduate professional courses, viz., MBA, PGDM and MCA in 169 + member B-schools of KPPGCA located across Bangalore and Karnataka affiliated to respective universities in the State. Read about KMAT 2018 eligibility criteria, application process, important dates, exam pattern, selection process and other details on Karnataka Management Aptitude Test 2018.
How to apply for Karnataka Management Aptitude Test 2018
Eligible candidates can apply online through KMAT 2018 website http://www.kmatindia.com and go to Apply now. You may fill up the online registration form and make payment of Rs.800/- online. Candidates who want to take up both the MBA and the MCA test will have to register for each test separately. Two separate Hall Tickets will be issued.
• Date of commencement of online Application- May 2018
• Last date to submit KMAT 2018 online Application- July 2018
• Downloading of KMAT 2018 Admission tickets- July 2018
• KMAT 2018 Test Date- July 2018
• KMAT 2018 Result Date – August 2018
KMAT 2018 eligibility criteria
For MBA/PGDM courses– Candidate must have Bachelors degree with minimum 3 years duration/ Masters degree examination of any recognised education body in Commerce, Management, Arts, Social Sciences, Engineering/ Technology or equivalent with minimum at 50% of marks in the aggregate (45% for SC/ST candidate). Candidates in their final year of bachelor’s degree are also eligible.
For MCA courses– Candidate must have Bachelor’s degree with 50% marks. Candidates should have studied Maths at 10+2 stage or at graduation level.
KMAT 2018 exam pattern
KMAT 2018 will be a Paper Pen based test with 120 Multiple Choice Questions divided in three sections as mentioned below. KMAT 2018 will be conducted across the country in Bagalkot ,Bangalore, Belgaum, Bellary, Bijapur, Davangere, Gulbarga, Hubli, Mangalore, Mysore, Shimoga, Tumkur, Udupi in July 2018
KMAT 2018 test pattern for MBA/MCA course–
• Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension- 40 questions
• Quantitative Ability- 40 questions
• Logical Reasoning- 40 questions