IRMASAT 2019 Exam Analysis - IRMA Institute of Rural Management Anand conducts the IRMA Social Awareness Test (IRMASAT) for admission to its flagship programme- Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM). It is a national level test that will be conducted in online mode across 28 test centres in India. Currently the IRMASAT 2019 registrations are open; the last date to register for the IRMASAT 2019 exam is December 31, 2018. As of now the institute has not yet announced the date of examination, however, taking a hint from the previous year the IRMASAT 2019 is expected to take place in the first week of February, 2019. IRMA institute has not officially released their list of important dates, as soon as the notification is out the same will be updated here. Until then IRMASAT 2019 aspirants can register for the entrance exam.
To help future IRMASAT 2019 test takers, we bring to you the previous year IRMASAT exam analysis, since the IRMASAT 2019 is yet to take place. The analysis of IRMASAT exam is done to offer aspirants with an overview of the entrance exam, so they become familiar with the past trends and know what to expect in the upcoming IRMASAT exam.
In this article, we bring to you previous year’s IRMASAT exam analysis as the IRMASAT 2019 exam is yet to take place.
Note - This article is for reference purpose only. Candidates can go through the analysis and prepare accordingly.
IRMASAT 2018 exam was conducted on February 4, 2018. The exam was conducted in online mode with only a single section. Compared to other major entrance exams, IRMASAT has only one section with 40 questions. Test takers had 80 minutes to complete the 40 questions, 2 minutes for each question. Out of the 40 questions, 28 questions were based on passage while the remaining 12 questions were based on different topics such as social economic issues, government schemes in the recent years and economic development among others. On the basis of the feedbacks from test takers, the overall difficulty level was high compared to the previous year.
IRMASAT 2017 exam was held on February 12, 2017 in 27 test cities across India. As always the entrance exam had one section- Issues of Social Concern/ General Awareness. The questions were objective in nature and had multiple choice answers; each question had five options to choose from. According to the feedbacks from experts and test takers, in the paragraph based questions, the answers could be found in the passage itself. While in others, candidates required prior knowledge to answer correctly. The passage section was based on topics like women-oriented schemes, short-term migration, IRDP schemes and educational initiatives of government. Overall the IRMASAT 2017 exam was moderate to tough and could be smoothly attempted by candidates with proper preparation.
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