West Bengal JEMAT 2nd Phase Registration Opened @jemat.eadmissions.net

West Bengal JEMAT 2nd Phase registrations opened now. The last date to apply 07th August. The Joint Entrance Management Aptitude Test (JEMAT) has started online registration from 16th July and the last date for the same is 07th August 2018. An examination fee of Rs 600 (Rs 300 for SC/ST category) has to be paid online. The candidate whose name will appear in the merit list will have to pay Rs 500 at the time of counselling.

The exam is conducted by the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (MAKAUTWB) for admission to the MBA/ MHA/ AICTE approved PG diploma programmes offered by the management institutions of the state (government and private).

West Bengal JEMAT 2nd Phase Registration Eligibility Criteria:

Educational qualification: The aspirant should have pursued a bachelor’s in arts/ science/ commerce/ engineering/ technology/ medical/ dental/ agriculture or any other professional courses from recognized universities. Those appearing in final examination (graduation) in 2018 can also apply.

Steps to Apply West Bengal JEMAT 2nd Phase @ http://jemat.eadmissions.net/:

First Step: Go to official website http://jemat.eadmissions.net/

Second Step: Search for the “Apply Online” link and click on that link.

Third Step: One new tab will open and enter your details and click on to submit.

After submitting the online application form, candidates should take a printout of the same and send it along with other relevant documents and fees to ‘ Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, BF-142, Sector – I, Salt Lake Kolkata – 700064’.

Exam structure:

The exam will be objective type, and the duration of the same will be two hours. There will be three sections in the paper, namely — English, mathematics and logical reasoning. There will be total 100 questions. Each question carries one mark, and 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Selection procedure:

The selection will be conducted by a written test followed by a group discussion/ personal interview (GD/PI). Selected ones will then undergo centralized counseling where their rank will allot them colleges/ universities.

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