KMAT 2017 Counselling
The KMAT 2017 Counselling will be announced once the result for the written test of KMAT 2017 is declared. Each institute under the Karnataka Private Post Graduate College’s Association has set a cut-off for qualification to their courses. Each candidate will have a score card for KMAT 2017 by the time this stage arrives.
About KMAT 2017
Karnataka Management Aptitude Test, broadly known as the KMAT 2017, is an all India level management entrance test that arose from the need to have a single unified test for admissions to professional courses like MBA, PGDM and MCA in the Karnataka state.
The Karnataka Private Post Graduate College’s Association (KPPGCA) announced on 29th January 2003 –aims at arranging for active support to professional education and facilitate and streamline admission to postgraduate professional courses. The KPPGCA has 169 fellow institutions situated across Karnataka which is tied up to respective universities within the state.
This exam is held by the Karnataka Private Postgraduate College Association, for those wanting seats in the management quota. Let’s first get a summary of the examination.
Documents for KMAT 2017 Counselling
- Bachelor’s degree certificates.
- 10th and 12th Marksheets.
- The KMAT Admit card and KMAT Application fee payment challan/copy
- Special category document, if needed.
- 2 passports size photographs.
The Process of KMAT 2017 Counselling:-
- The counselling dates will be announced after the results are out.
- A cut- off is set by each college under KPPGC after the announcement of the results.
- A candidate satisfying the eligibility criteria that these colleges have set can apply and wait for the further step.
- After the result is out, the 2nd Step is of the Group Discussion.
- After clearing this GD, there is a Personal Interview for the qualified candidates at the Institute campuses.
- It mat happen that some institutions might choose to have both or either of the two as part of their selection process for candidates.
Reservations for KMAT 2017:-
- Scheduled Caste (SC) – 15%
- Scheduled Tribe (ST) – 7.5%
- Other Backward Classes (OBC) – 27%
- People with Physical Disabilities – 3%