MAT 2015 Seat Allotment

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MAT 2015 Seat Allotment:

The Management Aptitude Test, also known as the MAT are management entrance examinations which are conducted every 3 months in a year. The MAT entrance examinations are a gateway to pursue Management Courses & programs.

All those candidates who have appeared and qualified for the MAT entrance examinations are liable to seek admissions to the B-Schools and Mgmt Schools, both India & Abroad.

Candidates are awarded the MAT Scores after they appear for the MAT entrance examinations, which allow candidates to secure admissions to the Mgmt School for MBA & other allied Programs & Courses.

MAT 2015 Examination Dates:

The MAT Entrance Examinations are conducted every 3 months, i.e. at least 4 times in a year, the MAT entrance examinations are conducted in February; May; August & December.

MAT 2015 Results:

The MAT Results are conducted at least within 1 month of the Conclusion of the MAT Entrance Examinations. The MAT (May) 2015 Results will be declared by the 1st or 2nd Week of June 2015, all the candidates are requested to visit the Official Website for the Results.

MAT 2015 Seat Allotment:

  • Only those candidates & students who have been successfully qualified for the MAT entrance examinations will be eligible for the MAT 2015 Counseling Procedure. All candidates are required to attend the Counseling Procedure in Person.
  • Candidates will also be required to produce & submit their Original Certificates & Documents at the time of the Counseling Procedure.
  • All candidates are required to note that the MAT 2015 Seat Allotment Procedure shall be done strictly according to the Performance & Marks scored by the Candidate in the Examination.
  • The MAT 2015 Seat Allotment shall be done only on the basis of the Rank which is obtained & secured by the Candidate in the MAT entrance examination.
  • Only those candidates who have passed out both the MAT 2015 exams and the Counseling Procedure will qualify for the MAT 2015 Seat Allotment Procedure.

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