NMAT 2013 -  NMIMS announces admissions to MBA & PGDM for 2013

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NMAT 2013 - NMIMS announces admissions to MBA & PGDM for 2013
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NMIMS University - NMAT 2013 - NMIMS announces admissions to MBA & PGDM for 2013

Online test will be conducted from 11th October to 19th December 2012

SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), India’s leading School of Business Management and consistently ranked among the top 10 B-schools in the country, has opened registrations for its online entrance test NMIMS Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) 2013 for the admissions to Full Time MBA & PGDM for next academic year 2013. NMAT is one of the largest online tests in India, which has been conducted successfully in CBT mode for three years by now, and last year more than 56000 students registered in NMAT 2012. Students of foreign countries and Persons of Indian Origin (POI) cannot register in NMAT however their GMAT score shall be considered for admission.

The registrations for NMAT-2013 are open from 11th July 2012 and the students, after their formal registrations in NMAT 2013, shall be able to take online test in a window period of almost one and a half month from 11th October to 19th December 2012 with a choice of two retakes. NMAT is the unique MBA entrance test that, as per global best practice, facilitates MBA aspirants with multiple trials (3 times) to get into the most sought after B-school. In the cases of retakes, the best of three scores shall be considered by NMIMS for admissions to MBA, MBA-Banking, MBA-Capital Market, MBA-Human Resources & MBA-Pharmaceutical Management at Mumbai campus and PGDM at Bengaluru & Hyderabad Campuses.

Announcing NMAT 2013, Dr. Rajan Saxena, Vice Chancellor, NMIMS said, “For more than 31 years, NMIMS has been the choice of best of the breed students for their management studies and since 2010, with the online NMAT, a vast platform is offered to students from all parts of the country for an equal opportunity to compete for a bright future.” He added that, with choice of test retakes, students and the institute both are benefitted by maximizing chances of success for real managerial potential.

Dr. M.N. Welling, Pro Vice Chancellor, NMIMS said, “NMAT has gained a reputation of a student-friendly, innovatively-designed and well-organized MBA entrance test and we are sure that with NMAT 2013 all serious aspirants will get a great opportunity to test their acumen of becoming successful future managers and leaders.”

NMAT 2013 will be conducted at 18 centers located at Delhi, Chandigarh Jaipur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Cochin, Indore, Allahabad, Bhilai, Bhopal, Kolkata, Bhubneshwar, Patna and Guwahati.

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