Kerala Management Admission Test 2019
Exam Date: 01 Dec 2019
Pen & Paper Mode
KERALA MAT Basic Information
Updated On - November 16th 2019 by Aviral Shakya
KERALA MAT 2019 or KMAT 2019 or Kerala Management Aptitude Test 2019 Online application form process has begun for February 2020 session. The Application form is available from 16 August 2019 until 11 November 2019(Extended) for February session. The Exams for the academic year 2020 is proposed to be organised on 01 December 2019 by Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies (KUFOS) as a conducting authority under the supervision of Admission Supervisory Committee (ASC) and Fee Regulatory Committee for Professional Colleges of Kerala. It is a State-Level Entrance exam. The KMAT Entrance Examination is for admission to the MBA course in the different colleges located in Kerala. The exam is conducted twice throughout a year. It is a Pen-Paper Based Test (PBT). In this content, the candidates will get to know about the complete details of the KERALA MAT 2019.
Latest Update for Kerala MAT 2019:
KERALA MAT 2019 Important Dates are mentioned in the table below which includes dates of the Application form, Admit card release, Result Declaration etc.
KERALA MAT 2019 Registration Form Notification
|14 August 2019|
Commencement of Online Application
|16 August 2019|
|Last date for Submission of Online Applications||11 November 2019 (Extended)|
Availability of Hall Ticket
|Last week of November|
Date of Entrance Examination
|01 December 2019|
The Applicants willing to appear for KERALA MAT 2019 must go through the eligibility criteria required for the entrance test. Only after going through all the necessary points the applicants should apply. One of the most important point regarding KMAT 2019 (Kerala Management Aptitude Test 2019) is its mode of application. It's available only Online. Steps for Online Application is summarised below:
The Application Fee for Kerala Management Admission Test 2019 [Kerala MAT 2019 for the applicants belonging to different categories are in the Table below:
Mode of Payment: The Application Fee for Kerala 2019 can be paid only Online. Applicants can go through following gateways for Fee payment -
The vital information regarding Kerala MAT admit card 2020 is given below:
Candidates willing to ensue career in the field of Business Administration can apply for the form. Candidates need to know that, they must go through all the eligibility criteria and norms before registering themselves for the entrance exam. The list of eligibility criteria for Kerala Management Admission Test 2019 [Kerala MAT] is mentioned below:
KMAT Kerala 2019 Syllabus will consist of questions from English Language Usage and Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, Data sufficiency & Logical Reasoning and General Knowledge & Contemporary Business Scenario.
The KERALA MAT 2019 Exam is an offline entrance Examination for applicants seeking admission in MBA courses. The Exam Pattern of KERALA MAT 2019 is specified in a table below:
|Mode of Examination||Offline|
|Types of Questions||MCQs|
|No. of Questions||180|
|Time Duration||2 hour 30 minutes|
|No. of Sections||4 (A, B, C, D)|
|Medium of examination||English|
(+) 4 for Correct and (-) 1/4 for Incorrect
The information regarding KERALA MAT Results 2019 is given below:
The detailed information regarding KERALA MAT counselling 2019 is given below:
The minimum marks required for qualifying in KMAT Kerala, as stipulated by ASC, Kerala, is mentioned in the table below. There will be no rounding off marks to the nearest whole number. The qualifying cut off marks for CAT and CMAT will be same and at par with the qualifying cut off marks of KMAT.
A tabulated format for the cut-offs for KMAT Kerala is given below:
Candidate can keep visiting this page for the latest update in KMAT 2019 Cutoff.
Below given are the main or vital points of the KERALA MAT exam:
|Kerala Management Aptitude Test 2019(KERALA MAT 2019)|
University of Kerala
State Level Entrance Examination
To offer admission in MBA courses, in various Universities of Kerala State
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One of the first 16 Universities in India, the University of Kerala was founded as the University of Travancore in the erstwhile princely state of Travancore (now southern part of Kerala and some neighbouring parts of state of Tamilnadu) in 1937. During the 7 decades since the University of Kerala grew and shrunk physically and transformed itself in many ways. It is difficult to summarise what the Kerala University is in a brief space. The Founder Chancellor along with Pro-Chancellor, VC, PVC and RegistrarThe earliest origins of the University may be traced back to two institutions of modern learning in Kerala, the University College, Thiruvananthapuram and the Trivandrum Observatory. The University College was initially founded as the Maharaja's Free School by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal in 1834, with Mr John Roberts. A Christian Missonary as Headmaster, and soon grew into a college in 1866, affiliated to the Madras University. When the University of Travancore was founded, the Departments of the college became the University Departments, only to switch back again when the transformation to University of Kerala happened in 1957. The University College still retains its connection with the University as an affiliated college. The Trivandrum Observatory was founded in 1838 and had an internationally reputed scientist, John Caldecott FRS as its first Director. It became a part of the Travancore University, but for some time was administered as an independent government institution. It is now the oldest institution under the Kerala University.
The University of Travancore was established in 1937 by a promulgation of the Maharajah of Travancore, Sri Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma who was also the first Chancellor of the University. Sir C. P Ramaswamy Ayyar, the then Diwan (Prime minister) of the State was the first Vice-Chancellor. He was an eminent scholar and an able administrator. It is said the Government made an unsuccessful attempt to invite Albert Einstein to be the first Vice-Chancellor. The University was modelled after the best Universities of the United Kingdom, and even today retains some of these features. The affiliating system of the University, however, evolved to be different from the college system in British Universities.
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