The Karnataka Management Aptitude Test (KMAT) is used to assess applicants for MBA, PGDM, and MCA programs at prestigious Karnataka universities for their capacity to enroll in the course with a basic grasp, aptitude, and interest in management. The test is divided into three sections to assess candidates- verbal ability and reading comprehension, quantitative ability, and logical reasoning. In this article, we have covered FAQs regarding the KMAT 2023 to give you more clarity about the exam.
|Name of The Exam||Karnataka Management Aptitude Test Or KMAT|
|Conducting Authority||Karnataka Post Graduate Private Colleges’ Association (KPPGCA)|
|Frequency of Exam||Once a Year|
|Exam Date||July 2023 End|
|Exam Duration||2 Hours|
|Level of Exam||State Level|
|Exam Timings||MCA: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
MBA: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
|Exam Mode||Home-Based Online|
|Total Number of Seats||15,000|
|Application Fees||INR 800|
|Courses||MBA, PGDM, MCA|
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the KMAT exam. Read through the FAQs to obtain complete answers to all of your KMAT exam-related questions.
The Karnataka Management Aptitude Test (KMAT) is a gateway exam for admission to AICTE-approved MBA and MCA programmes in Karnataka. More than 200 colleges (both public and private) in Karnataka accept KMAT scores for enrollment to MBA and MCA courses.
KMAT Eligibility Criteria FAQs
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the KMAT exam eligibility criteria. Read through the FAQs to obtain complete answers to all of your KMAT eligibility criteria-related questions.
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree in any subject, such as commerce, management, arts, social sciences, engineering, or technology, from a recognised institution or university.
Candidates will be deemed eligible for final admissions according to their scores in the KMAT examination, academic record, and related topics.
Applicants must have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate or equivalent CGPA in their Bachelor’s degree final year exams.
Candidates from the SC/ST category must have a minimum aggregate of 45 per cent or an equivalent CGPA.
Applicants seeking admission to MCA programmes through the KMAT 2023 test must have a bachelor’s degree from any discipline.
Applicants must have received a 50% aggregate in their bachelor’s degree final year exams.
In addition, they must have studied Mathematics in their Class 12 exams.
The Karnataka KMAT has no age limit, according to KPPGCA. Candidates must, however, be a minimum of 21 years old during admission.
KMAT Application Process FAQs
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the KMAT exam application process. Read through the FAQs to obtain complete answers to all of your KMAT application process-related questions.
The application price is INR 850 (with GST) for everyone, regardless of category. The application cost may only be paid online through credit or debit card, or net banking.
Candidates can apply online by following the steps mentioned below:
Visit the official website and navigate to the ‘KMAT 2023 Application’ section in the top navigation bar.
Choose the ‘Registration Option.’
To register for the Karnataka KMAT 2023, candidates must provide information such as their name, birth date, e-mail address, contact details, and country.
After registering successfully, an OTP will be delivered to the registered cellphone number, which applicants must input in the box provided on the KMAT Karnataka application window.
Applicants will be notified of their application number and password via their registered mobile phone number and email address.
Applicants must sign in using their KMAT credentials.
Applicants must then fill out all of the needed information and upload the necessary documents.
Applicants must submit an application fee for KMAT 2023 via Net banking, Debit Card, Credit Card, or Wallet.
KMAT Exam Pattern FAQs
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the KMAT exam pattern. Read through the FAQs to obtain complete answers to all of your KMAT Exam pattern-related questions.
The KMAT test will consist of 120 questions in total.
The KMAT examination will be of 120 minutes.
There will be 120 questions in the KMAT exam of one mark each. There is no negative marking in the exam for incorrect answers.
KMAT Syllabus FAQs
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the KMAT syllabus. Read through the FAQs to obtain complete answers to all of your KMAT syllabus-related questions.
The key topics of the Quantitative aptitude section are listed below:
Ratio and Proportion
Trigonometry & Parts of Mathematics
Time and Speed
Interpretation of tables
Common graphs & charts
KMAT Result FAQs
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the KMAT exam pattern. Read through the FAQs to obtain complete answers to all of your KMAT result-related questions.
Visit the KMAT India official website.
On the webpage, click on ‘KMAT 2023 Result’
Provide the necessary information, such as your roll number and birth date.
Hit the ‘Login’ button.
The KMAT scorecard will show up on the screen
Candidates must download and save it for future reference.
In this blog, we have discussed some of the frequently asked questions relating to the KMAT exam and their answers. We hope candidates interested in taking the KMAT exam find this blog useful and that it can help them resolve their doubts as well as ace their preparation.
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