IRMA Social Awareness Test (IRMASAT) is an online MBA Entrance exam, conducted by Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA), Gujarat. The exam aims to shortlist those MBA aspirants who are willing to enroll in two-year residential programme i.e. Post-Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM). IRMASAT is conducted in the month of February every year and it is a mandatory entrance exam for seeking admission to PGDRM 2019-21 batch.
For the Candidates appearing for IRMA 2018 exam, eligibility criteria is an important aspect which is ascertained by the university. It enables the exam aspirant to decide whether he/she can appear for the exam or not. The IRMASAT exam eligibility criteria specifies that an aspirant must hold Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration and at least 50 per cent overall percentage at the graduate level. Candidates appearing in the final year of the graduation course are also eligible to appear for IRMA 2019 exam.
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Candidates interested to appear for the IRMA exam are required to fill the form by choosing their preferred course in the registration form. The applications forms for the exam are usually released in October annually. Candidates can get registered for the IRMASAT exam by visiting the official website of the institute and thereafter filling and submitting the form via ONLINE mode. After submitting the form, candidates can make the fee payment via either online or offline mode.
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Exam pattern is an important factor in the preparation strategy of the IRMA exam. IRMA is online MBA entrance exam that is conducted once in a year in the month of February. Exam takers will get a multiple choice questions based test from one section i.e. Social Issues and awareness. The exam comprises of 40 questions that are to be completed in a time span of 80 minutes. For gaining more insights about the IRMASAT exam pattern, aspirants can read the detailed exam pattern.
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IRMA MBA Exam aims to test the knowledge of the MBA Aspirants in a way that it can be applied in the business environment. Keeping this aspect in focus, IRMA institute has designed the syllabus of IRMA exam with great precision. IRMA 2019 Exam syllabus includes only one section of Social Awareness, however, the questions are asked from several topics of current social concern events. For detailed information on the IRMASAT syllabus, visit the article provided below and prepare for the exam to score a high percentile.
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IRMA MBA exam is conducted in various test centers across India. However, applicants must be aware of the available test center locations across India and while filling the application from, test center should be chosen as per the one available in the vicinity of the candidate. The IRMA MBA registration form provides an option wherein the applicant can choose the most convenient locations to save on the time cost involved in travelling to the test center. Nevertheless the exam conducting authority holds the final right to allocate the exam center.
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Admit card is one of the most important documents in the IRMASAT 2019 MBA entrance exams. For an exam taker, it is mandatory to carry IRMASAT admit card to the examination hall. Those candidates who successfully submit their application form with in the stipulated time frame can easily download the admit card from the official website of IRMA using their login id. The IRMASAT 2019 admit card will contains all the necessary information pertaining to details of candidates, date, time and address of test venue. IRMA 2019 admit card is released generally in the month of January or 10 days prior the exam date.
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IRMA MBA exam result is generally released in the month of March by IRMA. The result is declared on the official website for all the IRMASAT exam takers. Exam takers can check the result using their login id and password. After the release of the results, shortlisted candidates are called for the Group Discussion and personal interview. Those aspirants who are able to clear both GD/WAT/PI round are further called for the final admission.
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Like other MBA exams, IRMASAT i.e. MBA entrance exam conducted by IRMA, also follows a timeline that the aspirants must take care of before appearing for the final exam. From the date of registration to the date of final result, every event holds strategic importance at each stage. The timeline of the IRMA exam will help the aspirants score good percentile and prepare a study plan before the D-day arrives.
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After IRMA exam is over, it is time that the exam takers focus on the analysis part. IRMA exam analysis enables the exam takers ascertain the difficulty level of exam and to presume the expected scores that they can fetch to secure a seat in PGDRM programme. Exam analysis also helps the candidates to zero down on the difficulty level of the questions. Exam analysis is another way to prepare a good preparation strategy that can help the aspirants score high percentile in the exam. To find out the exam analysis of IRMA exam, aspirants can click on the link provided below.
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