JMET MBA Entrance Exam
About JMET Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) is national level admission test conducted for the aspirants of management students by IITs and IISc. The exam is specially designed for the candidates of Engineering and Masters in science. The eligible candidates of the examination get admission into the IITs or IISc for the post graduate program in management. These institutes are the prominent institutes of the country in the technical and science sector and hence the number aspirants taking this exam every year is larger.
Structure of JMET Test The Joint Management Entrance test is a multiple choice objective type examination with 180 minute duration. The question paper constitutes of 120 questions and is divided into four sessions, Verbal Communication: 30 questions Quantitative Ability: 30 questions Logical Reasoning: 30 questions Data Interpretation: 30 questions There will b negative marking for each wrong answer, 0.25 marks is deducted for each wrong response.
How to Apply? The aspirants can apply for the exam by online only. The candidates are asked to visit the official website of the JMET and click 'apply online'. The application fee cost Rs.750 for general and Rs.350 for the reservation group. The candidates can pay the fee either through core banking, by taking the challan from the official website and paying the fee in the ICICI bank, or through the credit or Debt card.
List of JMET Test centers
- Agra Bareilly
- New Delhi
- Noida Patiala
Colleges Accepting the JMET Test score:
- IISc Bangalore : Department of Management Studies
- IIT Bombay: Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management
- IIT Delhi : Department of Management Studies
- IIT Kanpur : Department of Industrial & Management Engineering
- IIT Kharagpur : Vinod Gupta School of Management
- IIT Madras : Department of Management Studies
- IIT Roorkee : Department of Management Studies
Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) stands discontinued
Admission to the Post Graduate Management Degree Programmes (MBA/M.Mgmt) for 2012 - 2014 in six IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Roorkee) and IISc (Bengaluru) will be based on CAT 2011 score in place of JMET score.
Further details regarding eligible educational qualifications and other criteria will be available in the websites of the respective Department / School of Management Studies.