CMAT 2019 registration deferred to December 7 from November 30, 2018
The candidates who are yet to register for the online registration process for the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2019 have good news as the registration has been extended to December 7, 2018, instead of the earlier scheduled date of November 30. The candidates can visit the official website to apply, nta.ac.in. From this academic year onwards, the examinations of CMAT 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The examination date of CMAT is January 28, 2019. The Admit Card for CMAT Examination will be made available by the NTA from January 7 next year, and the results of the examinations will be out on February 10, 2018
Eligibility for CMAT 2019
- The minimum qualification to apply for CMAT 2019 is graduation in any stream
- Even final year graduation students of 10+2+3 whose result will be out before the start of the admission for the academic year 2018-19 might as well apply for the CMAT online examination
- Fill the online registration with all the requisite details after visiting the official website of NTA: nta.ac.in
- Fill up the application form with academic, profession and other essential information
- Keep scanned copies of certificates ready
- Pay the application fee through either net banking or using your debit/credit card, while you also have the option of depositing cash at SBI.
- The candidates, while filling the application have the choice of three cities where they can write the examination, in addition to choosing the examination date
The candidates will also be allotted examination dates and centres on the first come first serve basis Furthermore; the allotment is solely by the availability of examination slots in the choice of examination cities selected during the filling of the application procedure
- The fees for the general category candidates is Rs.1400
- The candidates who belong to a reserved category such as SC/ST/OBC have to pay Rs.700
As soon as the results are out, the selected candidates have to appear for the second stage of CBT common for ALP and Technician posts. What is more, those applicants who have opted for ALP and qualified in the second round of CBT have to undergo the Computer Based Aptitude Test.
The marks will be normalised in all the stages of the examinations, and mercifully there is no negative marking for the CBAT, which is a national level entrance examination conducted every year for admission in all management programs. The duration of the computer-based online test is three hours, and it is carried out in a single session. Candidate’s ability across various segments like quantitative technique, logical reasoning, language comprehension and general awareness are evaluated.