AICTE CMAT Registration and test details

Online registration and test details of CMAT from aicte-cmat.in

2014-2015 AICTE-CMAT Advertisement for First Test:

http://aicte-cmat.in/PdfDocuments/Paper-Adv1.pdf

CMAT is the ONLY test for admission in MBA Programmes in AICTE approved institutions and University Departments of all the states, and one of the five tests for PGDM programmes for 2013-14.

For the complete list of AICTE approved institutions using CMAT  scores
http://www.aicte-cmat.in/College/AICTEDetails.aspx
CMAT Merit List
http://103.1.115.16/cmat-sep-2012/CMAT_Meritlist/Instructions.aspx

Important dates for CMAT 2013-2014

Registration Start date
Date : 03-08-2012

Registration End date
Date :  02-09-2012

Admit Card download date
Date : 15-09-2012

CMAT 2012 Exam Window
Date : 27-09-2012 to 01-10-2012

CMAT Result declaration
Date : 17-10-2012

Print out of Score Cards
From : 17-10-2012 - 17-11-2012

CMAT trial Test:
http://www.aicte-cmat.in/PdfDocuments/main.html

 
About CMAT:
The first national level Common Management Admission Test - CMAT 2012 by AICTE will be held this year for admissions to various management institutes in India. Here are the details for online registration of CMAT 2012

For latest updates on CMAT, please visit http://www.aicte-cmat.in/ - the site seems to be hit with many users so be patient while accessing the site, I found the site to be more stable when I used Internet Explorer so if you face issues with other browsers then please try IE for registering online for CMAT 2012

Here are some important dates related to CMAT:

Registration window opens on : 9.12.2011
Last date for online registration : 9.01.2012
Print out of CMAT hall ticket from 30.01.2012
Computer based test dates: 20.02.2012 to 28.02.2012
Test Timings: 9.30 am - 12.30 pm; 2.30 pm - 5.30 pm
Declaration of CMAT 2012 result: 11.03.2012
Print out of Score Cards From 11.03.2012 to 11.04.2012

Candidates can use their CMAT scores for admissions to various AICTE approved management programmes, it is expected that there are around 4 Lakh seats made available through this common entrance test.

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