KMAT Kerala hall ticket for 2nd July exam will be made available for all the applicants from today. The earlier notified schedule of KMAT Kerala 2017 MBA entrance examination was revised by the Admission Supervisory Committee and according the release of the hall ticket was also delayed. As per the revised schedule, KMAT hall ticket will be available from today onwards at the official website www.kmatkerala.in.
KMAT Kerala June 2017 entrance examination will be conducted by University of Kerala and supervised by Admission Supervisory Committee & Fee Regulatory Committee for Professional Colleges of Kerala. The entrance exam is to be held for admission to various Universities/ Departments and affiliated management colleges including the autonomous management colleges in Kerala. The recent KMAT examination held in April which was conducted by MG University.
The online applications for KMAT Kerala 2017 were opened on 24th April and the exam was initially scheduled to be held on 11th June. When the representative of MBA colleges/ Institutions met ASC Chairman last month, they requested to postpone the entrance exam as there were very less exam takers due to non-publication of degree results. KMAT Convenor Dr. K.S Chandrasekhar met ASC Chairman in this regard and a decision to postpone the exam was taken. The revised schedule of KMAT Kerala June 2017 was later published on 30th May.
KMAT Kerala hall ticket 2017 will be available at the official website www.kmatkerala.in from where the applicants can download the hall ticket. The hall ticket is mandatory document for all the applicants as it is required for gaining entry to the exam hall. The entrance exam will be conducted in a single shift from 10 am to 12.30 pm on 2nd July 2017. The University will publish the answer keys of entrance exam on the same day, while the results will be declared on 7th July.
Kerala KMAT 2017 will be conducted as a single paper consisting of total 180 multiple choice questions. The questions will be distributed in four sections as: English Language Usage and Reading Comprehension (50 questions), Quantitative Aptitude (50 questions), Data Sufficiency & Logical Reasoning (40 questions) and General Knowledge and Contemporary Business Scenario (40 questions). Each question will carry 4 marks.
As per the rules, the candidates are required to score minimum 15% marks in the KMAT Kerala MBA entrance exam. Hence, the cut off marks for general category will be 108 marks out of total 720 marks. For SEBC category, the cut off marks will be 10% (72 marks) and it will be 7.5% (54 marks) for SC/ ST candidates. The qualified candidates will have to appear for Group Discussion and Interview, after which the final merit list will be prepared.
KMAT Kerala hall ticket 2017 will be available at kmatkerala.in. For help, the candidates can contact Admission Supervisory Committee at 0471-2335133 or email at email@example.com.