The JIPMAT Syllabus includes a wide range of subjects to test candidates’ basic knowledge in those subjects. JIPMAT is a national-level entrance exam, through which admissions are offered at the IIMs; Indian Institute of Management Jammu and Indian Institute of Management Bodh Daya. Through the JIPMAT exam, selected candidates can pursue a 5-year integrated course in management. The JIPMAT question paper will include questions from Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. The JIPMAT exam will consist of a total of 100 questions divided into 3 sections. Read this article to know more about the JIPMAT syllabus.
|Exam Name||JIPMAT 2023|
|Full Form||Joint Integrated Program in Management Admission Test|
|Conducting Body||National Testing Agency|
|Examination Mode||Online Computer-based Test|
|Application Fee||INR 2000 (General)
INR 1000 (Reserved)
|Courses Offered||5-year integrated course in Management|
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JIPMAT Syllabus Overview
Candidates preparing for the JIPMAT 2023 exam must be aware of all the subjects and topics from which questions will be asked in the exam. Some of the important details about the JIPMAT syllabus are discussed below.
- The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the JIPMAT exam and releases the exam syllabus.
- The JIPMAT syllabus is divided into 3 sections.
- JIPMAT syllabus includes subjects like Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, and Quantitative Aptitude.
- The JIPMAT syllabus is the same for every year; if there is any change in the syllabus, the NTA will notify the same.
JIPMAT Syllabus: Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
Questions in this section of the JIPMAT exam will be based on Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning. Candidates can check the below-given table to know about all the topics which will be covered under this section of the exam.
|Assumptions||Coding-Decoding||Bars and Line Graphs|
|Statements and Conclusion||Venn Diagram||Syllogism|
|Binary Logic||Seating Arrangement||Sets & Caselets|
|Data Sufficiency||Pie Charts||Tables|
|Propositions||Blood Relations||Clocks & Calendars|
|Number Series||Direction Sense||Puzzles|
|Data Structures||Analogy||Family Tree|
JIPMAT Syllabus: Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Questions in this section of the JIPMAT exam will be based on Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. We have created a table which highlights all the topics that will be covered under this section of the exam.
|Proper Usage of Words||Use of Articles|
|Fill in the Blanks||Sentence Correction|
JIPMAT Syllabus: Quantitative Aptitude
This section of the JIPMAT exam will consist of questions based on Quantitative Aptitude (mathematics). Candidates can check the below-given table to know about all the topics which will be covered under this section for the exam.
|Mixture and Allegations||Profit and Loss|
|Simple and Compound Interests||Percentage|
|Time and Work||Algebra|
|Data Interpretation||Number System|
|Geometry||Square Root and Cube Root|
|Simple Equations||Distance, Speed and Time|
JIPMAT is the abbreviation for Joint Integrated Program in Management Admission Test, which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
While filling out the application form for the JIPMAT 2023, candidates will have to pay INR 2000 as an application fee. Candidates who belong to the reserved category will have to pay INR 1000 as the JIPMAT application fee.
To become eligible for the JIPMAT 2023 exam, candidates must have completed their 10+2 with a minimum aggregate of 60% in any stream (Arts/Science/Commerce).
The JIPMAT 2023 syllabus includes the following subjects – Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension.
The JIPMAT is a national-level entrance examination, through which candidates can pursue a 5-year integrated course in management from IIM Bodh Gaya and IIM Jammu. Candidates who will be appearing for the JIPMAT 2023 exam, must know all about the exam syllabus and topics included.
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