Chandigarh : Around 1500 students appeared in Management Aptitude Test (MAT) exam today in Chandigarh. Panjab University (PU) was the main centre in Chandigarh whereas online MAT would be conducted on 11th Dec. 2010.
Chandigarh based MAT allied Business School i.e. Aryans Business School (ABS) today distributed around 3,000 examination kits in Chandigarh, Ambala, Ludhiana etc. The examination kits comprised of pencils, eraser, sharpener and sweets. ABS has been providing necessary stationery items and conveys best wishes to the exam aspirants since last three years.
Giving more information, Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, ABS, said that generally students wait for their graduation result and don’t apply for any B-School and with the time their result comes, the seats get filled. So they should apply before the cut-off dates of the B-Schools where they wish to take admission.
Nitika from Chandigarh said that English part was quite easy and she found a good no. of probability questions in maths part. Same statement was given by Harpreet from Panchkula. But for Neha Sharma from Ambala, exam was little bit difficult, especially GK part.
It is to be mentioned that MAT has become popular with over 450 of AICTE approved Institutions & University departments participating in it. Lacs of MBA aspirants are availing AIMA’s testing services from the last six years. In 2004, Government of India has approved MAT as National Entrance Test by Government of India.
This test is usually conducted 4 times each year in February, May, September and December. The eligibility for the MAT test is Graduation in any discipline from a recognized university, but students appearing in final year of their degree course can also apply for the same.