Indian summer is basically understood by the students in two ways; competitive examinations, and holidays. Students and parents have already started scratching their brain on this regard. However, to help you on this matter, we have come up here with the compilation so that you don’t miss these three crucial tests. Take a look!
Karnataka Management Aptitude Test or KMAT is the competitive examination which is conducted for getting in to management programs. Getting a good score you can join management study programs at different leading private institutions. The examination is conducted by Karnataka private post graduate college association (KPPGCA), which is having hundred sixty nine affiliated universities.
To be eligible for the exam you need to have scored at least 50% marks in Bachelor’s degree study program. This year, KMAT is going to be conducted on 3rd August, 2015, and the results will be out on 22nd August, 2015. Students will be competing for 10,000 seats on total.
An application fee of Rs. 1000 has been assigned for the exam.
Common Admission Test – CAT-2015
Common Admission Test (CAT) is one of the most targeted examinations by Indian students for taking admission in to leading management institutions in India. It is conducted by Indian Institute of Management every year. However, a good CAT score is not the only stage overcoming which you can get admission in to the top management institutions. They also conduct different other rounds like group discussions, personal interviews, etc as well.
You must have 50% marks in bachelor’s degree program. This year the registration process is going to be initiated in August. Last date for making application is 30th September. Exams have been scheduled to be held on 16th and 19th of November this year.
Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test – EAMCET-2015
EAMCET is conducted every year by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. Students in huge numbers appear for the test to take admission in to different interesting professional programs offered in private colleges of Andhra Pradesh.
One has to qualify the EAMCET test to take admission in to various Undergraduate programs at premium government and private institutions under JNTUH. This year it has been scheduled to be conducted on 8th May, 2015. It is expected for the results to be out by June, 2015. Each year JNTU organises this exam once, and last year a whooping 3 lakh applicants appeared the exam.
You need to have scored at least 50% marks in State or national level board secondary examinations to be eligible for appearing the examination.