MAT 2015

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MAT 2015:

The below mentioned article has been specifically written on the Upcoming MAT entrance examinations. The article “MAT 2015” states the brief description of the MAT exams as well as the MAT eligibility criteria for the MAT 2015 Examinations.

The Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a Management Entrance Examination which is conducted 4 times in a year. The MAT entrance test is conducted to admit all potential candidates & students to MBA programs, which are offered by B-Schools both Nationally & Globally.

The Management Aptitude Test entrance examinations are approved and authenticated by the “Ministry of Human Resource Development” (HRD), Government of India.

All B-Schools in India & Abroad consider the MAT 2015 Marks and Scores which are obtained by the Candidate for the purpose of admitting them to the MBA Courses & other Allied Programs, which are offered by them.

MAT 2015 Eligibility Criteria:

The following mentioned below is the MAT Eligibility Criteria, all the candidates intending to apply for the MAT 2015 examinations are required to abide by the MAT Eligibility Criteria:

  • All the candidates must have completed and passed out their Graduation (any stream) in order to appear for the MAT 2015 entrance examinations.
  • Also all candidates who are presently in their final year of their Graduation degree are eligible to apply for the MAT 2015
  • All the candidates are required to score a minimum of at least 45% marks in aggregate for qualifying for the MAT 2015 entrance examinations.
  • For all those candidates who belong to the Reserved Categories are required to score at least 40% marks in aggregate for qualifying in the MAT 2015 entrance examinations.
  • All candidates are required to pass the Graduation degree with English as one of the subjects to qualify for the MAT 2015 examinations.

The above article was written on the MAT 2015 entrance examinations, please continue to stay tune for more updates & information on the Upcoming MAT 2015 entrance examinations.

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