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KMAT Karnataka is a common management entrance exam conducted for admission to the postgraduate courses offered by B-Schools in Karnataka. The exam was scheduled to be conducted in August 2020 but due to the COVID 19 pandemic, KMAT(Computer Based Test) was conducted on 29th October 2020. KMAT(Pencil Paper Test) will be conducted on 28th November 2020. The exam will be conducted in online mode. Candidates will have to go to the examination centre allotted to them. They can check their KMAT exam centres from the KMAT admit card. Candidates can also appear for the exam from home.
Candidates who are taking the exam will have to follow some important guidelines decided by the Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA). This article contains the list of Dos and Don'ts of KMAT Karnataka 2020. Candidates are advised to read all the points provided here carefully.
Dos and Don't for KMAT Karnataka 2020
Since less than a month is left for the KMAT Karnataka examination, candidates are advised to read all the important instructions provided on the admit card as well as on the official website of the college so that they do not face any kind of difficulties on the exam day. They can check the list of all the Dos and Don’t for KMAT 2020 here.
KMAT Karnataka 2020: Dos
Listed below are some pointers you should follow for KMAT 2020
Candidates should download the admit card and take a print out the KMAT admit card two-three days before the exam. This will protect them from last-minute stress or hassle
Candidates should remember that no extra document apart from the admit card and ID proof is allowed inside the examination centre
Applicants are advised to keep aside all the necessary documents that are to be taken at the examination centre on a day prior to the exam.
Candidates can carry Aadhaar Card, PAN Card or Voter ID Card as ID proof on the exam day
Candidates are advised to reach the examination centre one hour before the scheduled time so that they can get familiar with the atmosphere. Those who are late will not be allowed to enter the examination hall
KMAT is a paper-based (offline) exam, hence, students should carry a black or blue ball-point pen, eraser, sharpener and HB pencil
Candidates are advised to follow the COVID 19 safety precautions and try to maintain a distance of at least 3 ft while standing in the centre
Candidates must make sure that they are wearing a mask while entering in the examination hall. No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall without the face mask. Candidates may wear the mark in which they are comfortable
Candidates are advised to carry their own hand sanitiser bottle and use it frequently
Candidates should note that no electronic gadgets (mobile phones, watch, calculator, laptops, microphones) are allowed inside the examination hall
Candidates are advised not to learn any new concept or topic on the exam day. They can revise the notes prepared by them.
KMAT Karnataka 2020: Dont's
Given below are few things which candidates should avoid on the exam day
Candidates should not talk to any other candidate while sitting inside the examination hall. If any candidate has any doubt, he can raise his hand and clear it with the examiner
Candidates should not carry any electronic gadgets inside the examination room.
If any candidate is feeling sick, he must inform it to the examiner so that necessary precautions can be taken.
Candidates should not waste time on any question. If they are facing problem while answering any question, they are advised to skip that question.
Candidates should not touch anything inside the examination hall unnecessarily. They should sit on the seat allotted to them and stay there until the examination gets over.
Candidates should not disturb any other candidate during the examination.
Candidates should not waste the rough sheets given to them.
Candidates should not peek or look into the sheet of other candidates.
Candidates should not write anything on the admit card. They are also advised to keep their admit card safe.
Documents Required for KMAT Karnataka 2020 Exam
Candidates need to carry one ID proof along with the admit card on the exam day. They can check the list of documents that can be considered as ID proof provided below.
Service ID Card
Voter ID Card
Driving License with Photograph
Items Not Allowed at the KMAT Karnataka 2020 Exam Centre
Candidates are not allowed to carry the items listed below inside the examination centre
Electronic Items( such as Mobile Phones, Wrist Watch or Calculator)
Unnecessary documents except for ID proof
Candidates are advised to remember all the points provided below. Besides this, they should follow the instructions given by the invigilator. They should note that the admit card of KMAT Karnataka will be uploaded on the official website of KMAT Karnataka soon. They can check the steps to download the KMAT Karnataka admit card from its official website. Those who have any doubt regarding KMAT Karnataka exam can ask questions on the Collegedekho QnA zone. Meanwhile, you can check some important articles related to KMAT Karnataka given below.