The AIMS Test for Management Admissions 2018 or ATMA 2018 February Examination will be conducted on February 25th, 2018. Yesterday, ATMA 2018 admit card was released on the official website, i.e. atmaaims.com. It is mandatory for all the students to have an admit card for appearing in the examination.
The AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is conducted for the admission in Post-graduate programmes in Management, such as PGDM, PGDBA, MBA, MCM, MCA (also subject to regulations of local university) etc. These programmes are offered by various Institutions / Universities. The procedure for registering for the Test and the Test Administration are also described on the official website, i.e. atmaaims.com.
The ATMA 2018 Test contains 180 Questions spread over six sections. Each section in the Online Test need not be attempted in the serial order. Total time of the Test is 3 hours. The questions cover Analytical Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal skills.
The ATMA 2018 exam will also be conducted in the month of May, July and August 2018. The ATMA 2018 January exam was held on 14th January 2018. The ATMA 2018 Examination Application fee is Rs.1100 (Plus 18% GST, i.e., Rs.1100+198=1298). There is only one option available to the candidates for making Payment, i.e., through debit/credit card (Payment Gateway).
All the students are advised to download the admit card, as soon as possible. Only those aspirants who will carry their admit cards will be allowed to give ATMA 2018 examination on February 25th, 2018. The test timing of ATMA 2018 is 1400 hrs to 1700 hrs. The reporting timing for the examination on 25th February 2018 is 1300 hrs.
The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), established in 1988. It is one of the largest networks of management institutions in the world, with over 740 members including IIMs, ISB, Xavier Institutes, Welingkar, MDI, SP Jain, ICFAI, NMIMS and other top Indian business schools. ATMA was launched in 2000 to meet the expressed desire of AIMS members for a high-quality test, the scores of which would be used in the admission process as a reliable predictor of academic performance in postgraduate management programmes. ATMA is a comprehensive and single-window test for admissions to different post-graduate management programmes. The first Test was conducted on Sunday, 20th February 2000, at several centers in India. Since then 43 tests have been conducted.