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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

CMAT 2015 : Preparation Tips and Exam Overview

Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a National Level Management Test conducted twice a year (first in September and second in February) which by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) for admissions in Post-Graduate Management Programs. Firstly introduced in 2012, it grew with tremendous pace in the following years.

The exam results will shortlist candidates for admissions in the management programmes of over 1500 AICTE approved participating institutes around the Country.
CMAT 2015 Preparation Tips
CMAT 2015 : Eligibility Criteria
The candidates should be graduates in any discipline from a recognized university with a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST candidates). Final year graduation students can also apply for CMAT 2015.

CMAT 2015 : Examination Overview
Difficulty Level Easy to Moderate
No. of Questions 100 [25 Questions Each Section]
Time Frame 180 Mins [45 Mins for Each Section]
Total Sections 1. Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation
2. Logical Reasoning
3. Language Comprehension
4. General Awareness
Marking Scheme Correct Answer = 4 Marks
Incorrect Answer = -1

CMAT 2015 : Sectional Overview
SECTION I :- Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation
This Section basically covered the following topics from Mathematics in the range of Easy to Moderate Level of difficulty:-
  • Number system
  • Linear Equation
  • Inequalities
  • Pipes & Cisterns
  • Averages
  • Profit & Loss
  • Ratio & Percentages
  • Probability
  • Permutation & Combination
  • Mensuration.
  • Co-ordinate Geometry
  • Mixture & Alligation
SECTION II :- Logical Reasoning
This Section consisted of Questions whose difficulty level can be catered from Moderate to Difficult. The basic level of Logical & Analytical Reasoning sets was the framework of this section. The topics covered were :
  • Blood relations
  • Linear Arrangement
  • Data Arrangement
  • Sitting Arrangement
  • Direction based Questions
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Alphabet Series
SECTION III :- Language Comprehension
This section comprised of moderate level questions with a domination of Reading Comprehension. There were a total of 5 Reading Comprehension Passages with 3 questions per passages. It covered the essential Grammatical portions like: Para-jumbles, Fill in the blanks, vocabulary, Critical Reasoning, Idioms, Usage of Adjectives etc. Those candidates having basic Grammatical knowledge would have found this particular section to be somewhat easy.

SECTION IV :- General Awareness
One of those sections that always teases the candidates is General Awareness or G.A. It was of the moderate level and about 30% of the questions were from current Affairs. The other topics that this section covered were:
  • Geography
  • Banking
  • Sports
  • Arts & Culture
  • History
  • Politics & elections
  • Business
  • Current Affairs
CMAT 2015 : Preparation Tips
  • Since CMAT is an All India Level Entrance Exam, the competition would be in higher side. Proper Preparation, Time Management, Logical Attitude, Confidence only will bring the aspirants to top list. A complete dedication, hard work and planned study are the helping factors for high scores. This will not happen in overnight study. The aspirants or test taker should start practice atleast a year before the real time CMAT.
  • CMAT like all other competitive exams will seem to contain more questions and less time limit. However,  a good preparation in advance can overcome such hurdles. Candidate are advised to have enough practice in solving more questions in lesser time. For each question 1.8 minutes can be devoted, as per the prescribed time limit.
  • Problem solving skills come very handy while scoring in most Management Exams.
  • Also, CMAT Test will have negative marking; one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. So, candidates must guard against negative marking, by answering only those questions for which they know the correct answers.
  • Previous years Question Paper Books consisting more Questions from every sections, Solving these or going through these Questions & Solutions with full attention it will definitely upgrade your performance & confidence level.
  • The aspirants also appears for online Mock Tests which are conducted by various educational websites & institutes, so that your Time Management Skills will be efficient. 
CMAT 2015 : Score accepting Institutions
The numbers of B-schools which are approved by AICTE are over 1500 around the Country. Some of the Top B-schools accepting CMAT scores include the following:
  • Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) Mumbai
  • Goa Institute of Management, Goa
  • Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai
  • K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research Mumbai
  • Sydenham Institute of Management Studies Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE) Mumbai
  • Prin. LN Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research, Mumbai & Bangalore
  • Pune University MBA (PUMBA) Department of Management Sciences
  • Indian Institute of Plantation Management, Bangalore
  • ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai
  • SIES College of Management Studies, Navi Mumbai
  • Balaji Institute of Modern Management, Pune
  • Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business (IISWBM), Kolkata
  • Future Business School, Kolkata
  • Acharya Bangalore Business School, Bangalore
  • Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
  • Institute of Finance and International Management, Bangalore
  • Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
  • MS Ramaiah Institute of Management, Bangalore
  • Acharya Bangalore Business School (ABBS) Bangalore....and More.

Monday, December 8, 2014

Institute Rural Management Anand (IRMA) Entrance Exam 2015

Institute Rural Management Anand (IRMA) Entrance Exam 2015
Institute Rural Management Anand (IRMA), invites Application Forms for eligible Candidates for Admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PRM) and Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM) Programs through IRMA 2015 Admission Test or CAT-2014 for the academic year 2015-2017.

IRMA 2015 Program Structures
A. IRMA PRM (Post Graduate in Rural Management) Programs
A two year fully Residential Post Graduate Program comprising of four different segments :-
a. Classroom
b. Fieldwork
c. Organisational Understanding
d. Management Training

PRM is recognized as equivalent to Master's Degree in Rural Management by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) & also approved by the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education)

B. IRMA Fellowship Programs
A Doctoral Education in Rural Management leading up to the title of "Fellow, Institute of Rural Management, Anand". It has a minimum Residency Requirement of 3 years. It seeks to promote inter - Disciplinary/Cross - Functional Scholarship in the Board Field of Rural Management, with a provision for specialization in any of the following thematic fields:
a. Management of Collectives
b. Agribusiness/Rural Marketing
c. Natural Resourses Management
d. Micro - Finance Management
e. Governance and Livelihood
f. Rural Infrastructure & Services Management
g. Public Policy & Non-Profit Management

Eligibility Criteria for IRMA Entrance Exam 2015
A. For IRMA PRM Program
  • Applicants who apply to IRMA with CAT 2014 Score have to appear for IRMA Admission Test.
  • A Graduate from any Discipline with minimum of 15 years (10+2+3) of Education, having 50% aggregate Marks in Graduation Level (45% for SC/ST/DAP).
  • The Percentage of aggregate Marks is to be Calculated as per the Practice followed by the concerned University or Institutions.
  • Final year students who are expecting to Complete all Requirements of Graduation before 14th July, 2014 can also apply. There are No Management Quota for Admission to PRM at IRMA.
B. For IRMA FPRM Program
To be eligible for Admission to the FPRM 2014 Programs an Applicant must satisft one of the following Conditions :
  • PGDRM from IRMA or 
  • OYP from IRMA with one year Post Diploma Work Experience or
  • Post Graduation in any Discipline from a Recognized University or Institution with 50% Marks in PG & 50% in Graduation or
  • Five-year Professional Degree (Medicine, Veterinary Science, Architecture..etc.) with 60% Marks & at-least one year of Work Experience or
  • Four-year Professional Degree (Engineering, Agricultural Science..etc.) with 60% of Marks & at-least 3 yrs. of Work Experience
  • Applicants having valid score of UGC JRF (NET) or CSIR in Relevant Disciplines (Management, Economics, Social Work, Socialogy, Psychology, Commerce...ect.)
Eligibility Criteria for Applicants belongs to ST/SC/OBC/DAP (Differently Abled Person) is 5% less. Applicants who are expecting to fulfilling the eligibility criteria before july are allowed to apply.

In Exceptional Cases, A person with a high Professional Standing & Proven Competence, not Possessing a PG Degree but whose Experience can measure upto a PG Degree might also be consideres for Admission to the Programs. In these cases, FPRM Executive Committee would consider the quality of the published & un-published work and/or Professional Contributions of the Applicant & establish Equivalance to the relevant PG course subjects.

IRMA Entrance Exam 2015 Important Dates
Events Important Dates
Online Application Forms Availability 15th September to 15th December, 2014
Last date for receipt of completed applications in hard copy for Indian Nationals 08th December, 2014
Last date for receipt of completed applications online for Indian Nationals 15th December, 2014
Last date for receipt of completed applications for Overseas Applicants 15th December, 2014
IRMA Test on “Issues of Social Concern (ISC)” for Indian Nationals 25th January, 2015
Announcement of IRMA Test Results on “Issues of Social Concern” 15th February, 2015
GD & Personal Interview for Indian Nationals 02nd to 14th March, 2015
Telephonic Personal Interview (TPI) for Overseas Applicants After 01st March, 2015
Announcement of Final Results 23rd March, 2015
Last date for sending acceptance form with acceptance fee Rs. 5000/- 06th April, 2015
Last date to deposit the first year fees 01st May, 2015
Remedial classes in Mathematics 08th to 13th June, 2015
Induction Programme 15th to 20th June, 2015
Beginning of First Term 22nd June, 2015

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Coffee with SIBM 2014

Coffee with SIBM is an initiative by the Aspirant Relations Team of SIBM Pune as a part of its endeavour to help the MBA aspirants to crack SNAP 2015 over a 2-hour nationwide interactive seminar.

Over the years, Coffee with SIBM has gained overwhelming response and popularity and is attended by over 6000 aspirants. In its 9th year, the event will be organized in 22 cities with 24 venues with the addition of two new cities i.e. Guwahati and Dehradun.

This event provides an opportunity to the aspirants to clear all their queries and gain valuable information from students who have undergone the same process previous year and made it to SIBM Pune. The aim is to assist them in their preparation for SNAP by providing mock papers, GK and other helpful preparatory material.

The driving points of the seminar are:
  • To dispel any doubts or inhibitions regarding MBA, SNAP and SIBM Pune
  • To conduct a mock exam during the seminar
  • To provide a CD containing preparatory materials like mock papers, current affairs, past experiences of SNAP toppers etc.
The various cities that will be covered in Coffee with SIBM 2014 are:
 Note: No prior registration is required for the event.

Aspirants are also provided with daily updates on GK, tips for Verbal and Quant, and daily doses of vocabulary through the Facebook page of Coffee with SIBM. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to brew your skills over a cup of coffee with students of SIBM Pune.

For more updates follow Coffee with SIBM Facebook Page.

You may also visit the official website of Coffee with SIBM by CLICKING HERE.

(Courtsey : CareerAnna)