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Preparation Joint Management Entrance Test 2012

by Simran Maheshwari on Thursday 31 May 2012, 6:33 PM | Category: Social Media| View: 696 views
 
 
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The joint Management Entrance test(JMET2012) is the initial success step to get into the post-graduate programmes of IISc Bangalore, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras and IIT Roorkee. The institutions like IIT utilize these scores to short-list the candidates. To fulfill the eligibility criteria, the applicants are facilitated to cover the applications to different institutions with their desired courses.

Admission
process:

Candidates fill JMET 2012 Application Form it has to be submitted online only. Online(internet based)
The application fee is caste-based.
General candidates and other -Rs.750/-
SC/ST/PD Candidates-Rs.350/

These thing need for online application form

1.    ST/SC/PD student upload Caste certificate
2.    Must Photo and Signature JPEG image less than 150kb
3.     Payment mode to fill online form

  • Core banking
  • Credit/Debit card

4.    Collect PDF file after submit successfully JMET form

For more details visit on JMET official website

Eligibility criteria:

ITD: Department of Management Studies:

  • Bachelor's degree in any branch of Engineering/ Technology/ Architecture/ Pharmacy/ B.Sc. Agriculture Engineering is essential.
  • Master's degree in any branch of Physical/Chemical/Mathematical Sciences like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Application, Electronic Science, Environmental Science, Operations Research, Computational/Information Science, Agriculture or Master's Degree in Commerce/ Economics.

Minimum aggregate of 60 is vital.

Test preparation:

The test is for two hours. It comprises 150 questions. The question type is multi-choice. It consists of the following sections:


1.
Verbal communication
2. Logical reasoning
3. Quantitative ability
4. Data interpretation

An incorrect answer carries negative marking which take away 25%of the total weight age of a question.

1. Verbal communication includes spotting errors in grammar, noun forms and so on which tests the verbal ability of a candidate.

2. Logical reasoning includes the logical question which does not require much technical skills.

3. Quantitative ability consists of mathematical model of questions which needs a pre-requisite of probability, ratios, proportion and so on.

4. Data interpretation tests the skill of a student in the identification of the pattern of the question and focuses on the ability to solve the respective question.

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