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NPAT - National Test for Programs After Twelfth Overview

All about NPAT - National Test for Programs After Twelfth

NMIMS-NPAT (National test for Programs After Twelfth) is the official entrance test for admissions to Undergraduate Degree and Integrated Degree Programs being offered by constituent schools of SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (Deemed to be University) at Mumbai & Shirpur Campuses. As a candidate interested in pursuing a BBA or other graduate management degree in India you are faced with an important choice – which test or tests should you take to pursue the career of your dreams. The NPAT opens doors to the leading management programs in India in ASMSOC- BBA/ B. Com./ B. Sc.(Finance).

Course Stream: Management - BBA / MBA / Diploma

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Preparation

How to prepare

Strategy to prepare

NMAT is 120 minutes CBT test the most important thing is that one should ensure SPEED & ACCURACY

Starts from N.C.E.R.T books and clear your basics.

Do as much practice as you can by solving practice papers, sample papers etc.

Find out your weak areas and work upon them.

 

Guidelines for physically challenged candidates

Physically Challenged will include the following (as per Person with Disability ACT of

India)

1.Visually Challenged

2. Leprosy-cured

3. Hearing impairment

4. Loco motor disability

5. Cerebral palsy

6. Learning Disability / Dyslexia

Candidates who wish to request for assistance must fill in the details in the online application while registering. The candidate must then scan their Disability Certificate and email it together with their NPAT ID and name, toNPATspecialrequirements@nmims.edu at the time of online registration. Any request and/or certificate received after the closure of Registration Application will not be accepted and the candidate will have to appear for the test without any assistance in spite of their special status. Each application will be reviewed on a case-to-case basis and appropriate assistance will be made available at the test center.

Syllabus Summary
No. Of Subjects No. Of Units No. Of Chapters
4 10 107

How To Prepare

Strategy to prepare

NMAT is 120 minutes CBT test the most important thing is that one should ensure SPEED & ACCURACY

Starts from N.C.E.R.T books and clear your basics.

Do as much practice as you can by solving practice papers, sample papers etc.

Find out your weak areas and work upon them.

 

Guidelines for physically challenged candidates

Physically Challenged will include the following (as per Person with Disability ACT of

India)

1.Visually Challenged

2. Leprosy-cured

3. Hearing impairment

4. Loco motor disability

5. Cerebral palsy

6. Learning Disability / Dyslexia

Candidates who wish to request for assistance must fill in the details in the online application while registering. The candidate must then scan their Disability Certificate and email it together with their NPAT ID and name, toNPATspecialrequirements@nmims.edu at the time of online registration. Any request and/or certificate received after the closure of Registration Application will not be accepted and the candidate will have to appear for the test without any assistance in spite of their special status. Each application will be reviewed on a case-to-case basis and appropriate assistance will be made available at the test center.

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NPAT - National Test for Programs After Twelfth Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification:-

  • The Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination including International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB Certificate / & D.P. Awarded candidates are not eligible) in any stream from a recognized board at the first & only one attempt. AND
    • Must have obtained a minimum of 50% aggregate marks at 10+2 or equivalent examination for being eligible to B.Com. (Hons.) program & 60% aggregate marks for being eligible to B.B.A. & B.Sc. (Finance) Program.
    • Candidate's passing in Mathematics / Statistics at 10+2 or equivalent exam is compulsory for being eligible to B.B.A / B. Com (Hons) / B.Sc (Finance).
  • Candidates of CBSE, ICSE, should mention in the online registration / e-admission form (if selected) 10+2 or equivalent aggregate marks of all the subjects for which the candidate has taken & appeared for (not best of four, five, six or seven). The candidate shall have passed all the subjects has taken & appeared for in the applicable examination/s. The aggregate percentage of all subjects for which the candidate has taken & appeared will be taken into consideration for confirming eligibility of the candidate for the program at the time of admission.
  • In case mark sheet issued by the applicable Board / Institution is in percentile/s, the actual aggregate percentage of all the subjects appeared by the candidate will be taken into consideration.
  • For IB & Cambridge Candidate: Candidates who do not have final mark sheet will be given “Provisional Admission” based on predicted scores. Fees will be accepted from such candidate but their admission will be confirmed on submission of final mark sheet before the commencement of the program if found eligible.
  • Submission of AIU equivalence certificate to confirm the eligibility for the program is mandatory for those candidates who have completed their (10+2) examination from Overseas Universities.
  • Candidates passing 10+2 or equivalent examination from Open or Distance learning (ODL) School recognized only by National Institute of Open schooling (NIOS) can apply for the program subject to fulfillment of the eligibility criteria for the program and candidates who have passed the10+2 or equivalent examination by doing a part-time course or through distance learning / correspondence / externally / open school other than NIOS are not eligible to apply for the program.
  • Those candidates who have passed, or, are appearing for 10+2 examination from a Board/University where Grade Point Average is given, such candidates must produce in writing from the Board/University concerned, the equivalent percentage for the GPA /CGPA obtained.
  • Candidate whose final marksheet is not available at the time of admission is required to submit internet copy of result duly attested by Principal of the school / college, failing which candidate will not be admitted for the program.
  • Only single marksheet with all compulsory subjects taken and passed in only one and the first attempt is mandatory, no compartmentalized mark sheet will be considered.
  • Candidate appearing for their final 10+2 or equivalent examination can also apply provided they obtain the required minimum cut off marks and also produce the entire necessary documents, in original, within the given stipulated time.

Age:-Candidates above 25 years of age are not eligible to apply.

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News

March 16, 2017 10:29 AM

NMIMS has commenced the application process for NPAT 2017 for admission to undergraduate (UG) and integrated degree ...

NMIMS NPAT 2017 Dates Released

February 08, 2017 04:45 PM

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