Kerala KMAT Hall ticket for 2nd July examination will be accessible to download from today, 24th June from KMAT Kerala official portal, kmatkerala.in. The University of Kerala has scheduled the KMAT MBA entrance test on 2nd July. Candidates can download the hall tickets and preserve them to attend the examination. Candidates can check their examination centre, date and time of the examination and other details from the KMAT Admit card 2017.
The KMAT (Kerala Management Admission Test ) will be supervised by Admission Supervisory Committee & Fee Regulatory Committee for Professional Colleges of Kerala. This is the state level admission test conducted in Kerala for admissions of MBA/PGDM and other management studies. Annually the competition is enormously increasing for Kerala MAT entrance test. Candidates must score the best to get admission in various Universities/ Departments and affiliated management colleges including the autonomous management colleges in Kerala.
Kerala KMAT Hall Ticket 2017 For 2 July Exam to be released today – Download @ kmatkerala.in
The KMAT online applications were accepted from 24th April. A huge number of aspirants seeking admissions into MBA and PGDM courses have applied for the Kerala MAT Examination. The KMAT is scheduled to be held on 2nd July from 10 am to 12.30 pm. The KMAT answer key 2017 will be declared on 7th July for the corresponding examination.
Candidates attempting the KMAT examination 2017m must download their hall tickets to attempt the examination. Candidates can check their name, number, DOB, Signature, scanned photograph and other details from their admit cards. A strict verification of admit card will be done at the examination centres. Candidates can download and preserve the admit cards to carry to the examination.
Kerala KMAT Exam Pattern 2017
|English language usage and reading comprehension||50 questions|
|Quantitative Aptitude||50 questions|
|Data Sufficiency & Logical Reasoning||40 questions|
|General Knowledge and Contemporary Business Scenario||40 questions|
KMAT will be conducted for 180 multiple choice questions; each question carries 4 marks. Duration of the examination is 2hr 30 minutes.
Kerala KMAT Qualifying Marks 2017
The KMAT Cutoff marks 2017 are given below. Candidates must score the minimum cutoff marks as per the announcement. Candidates those have not scored the requisite cutoff marks will not be given admission in MBA/PGDM courses.
|General Category (min 15%)||108 marks out of 720 marks|
|SEBC category (min 10%)||72 marks out of 720 marks|
|SC/ST Category (Min 7.5%)||54 Marks out of 720 marks|
Kerala KMAT Helpline
Phone Number: 0471-2335133