ATMA 2019 Selection Process for the MBA entrance exam is very important for MBA aspirants. It helps candidates understand the various requirements that need to be fulfilled after the completion of the ATMA 2019 exam. Generally, the ATMA 2019 selection process begins after the declaration of exam result in the month of January. The Selection process of ATMA 2019 MBA exam is only applicable to the candidates who have appeared for the exam and have qualified for further screening rounds. So, let’s look at the key aspects related to ATMA 2019 MBA entrance exam and what are the things that you must keep in mind with regards to it.
ATMA 2019 CutOffs
ATMA 2019Cutoffs are the first step that candidates have to qualify in order to participate in the ATMA exam selection process. The ATMA 2019cutoff is the minimum ATMA score that a candidate has to score in order to be eligible to participate in the further screening rounds announced by the B-school. In total, around 72 B-schools or participating institutes announce their ATMA 2019cutoffs to shortlist students for admission to MBA / PGDM programmes on the basis of their ATMA score. Candidates who qualify the ATMA 2019cutoffs announced by the respective B-schools will be called in to be part of the further screening rounds. The ATMA cutoffs announced by different B-schools accepting ATMA score depends on a number of different factors i.e. total number candidates applying to the B-schools, seats available at the B-school and the difficulty level of the ATMA 2019 exam.
ATMA Selection Process – Key Rounds
ATMA 2019 Selection Process and the key rounds therein will be conducted by the respective participating B-schools. The Selection Process for admission to MBA colleges in India based on ATMA 2019 exam covers three key rounds i.e. Group Discussion, Personal Interview and Written Ability Test. Different participating B-schools design the ATMA selection process and therefore the number of selection rounds will vary from one MBA college to another.
Group discussion round is conducted by dividing the total number of shortlisted candidates into smaller groups of 5 to 7 candidates. They are given a topic of discussion generally related to the political, social or economic outlook. The Group Discussion Round is conducted by B-schools to assess and analyse the following qualities of the students:
Personal Interview is test of one’s personality in which an interview panel interviews the candidate, either individually or as part of the group. In the personal interview round, the interview plan tries to evaluate the following skills and abilities of the MBA aspirants seeking admission to the B-school.
The Written Ability Test or WAT is the test of one’s ability to read and write effectively. The following skills are put to test in the WAT round.
Documents Required for ATMA Selection Process
The last step in ATMA 2019 selection process generally is the documentation process. Those candidates who go through the further screening round of the ATMA 2019 selection process have to complete the documentation process in order to secure and finalize their admission. As part of the ATMA 2019 selection process, candidates have to provide the following documents to complete the documentation process.
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