AMU MBA 2020 – Aligarh Muslim University will conduct the AMU MBA 2020 exam on May 31, 2020. The official notice is released at amucontrollerexams.com. AMU MBA is a University level entrance examination providing admission to the MBA program for the academic session 2020. Therefore, aspirants can register themselves by filling the application form for pursuing MBA, MBA(IB) and MBA (Islamic and banking finance). The admit card shall release after the closing of the application form. The mode of examination is offline i.e. pen and paper-based test. Also, the shortlisting of candidates is done based on the entrance exam and Interview/group discussion. Check more details about the AMU MBA Exam 2020 from this page.
Latest: AMU MBA 2020 will be conducted on May 31, 2019, from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.
AMU MBA 2020
The AMU exam is a Combined Admission Test for admission to MBA, MBA (IB) and P.G. Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance. As for now the dates of the exam are not confirmed. Therefore, candidates can check the tentative schedule for the AMU MBA 2020 exam from the table below.
|AMU MBA 2020||Imp. Dates|
|Registration for AMU MBA starts on||Last week of Jan 2020|
|Last date to submit the Application Form||1st week of Mar 2020|
|Last Registration||2nd week of Mar 2020|
|issuance of Admit card||Two days before the test|
|AMU MBA 2020 entrance exam date||31 May 2020|
|Declaration of Result||To be announced!|
AMU MBA 2020 Exam Pattern
Students need to be well prepared for the AMU 2020 exam. To do so, the first step is to be familiarized with the exam pattern and syllabus. Therefore, the AMA MBA 2020 Exam Pattern is mentioned below.
- Duration of the exam: 03 Hours
- Mode of Exam: Offline (Pen-paper based test)
- Type of Questions: MCQ
- Total number of Questions: 100
- Total Marks: 100
- Marking Scheme: For every correct answer, candiadtes will be awarded 1 mark on the other hand, for every incorrect answer 0.25 marks will be deducted.
The AMU MBA 2020 Question Paper will consist of four sections which are as follows:
|Section||No. of Questions|
|Data Interpretation & Numerical Ability||25|
|Comprehension and Verbal Ability||25|
|Reasoning & Intelligence||25|
AMU MBA 2020 Syllabus
Candidates are advised to prepare for AMU MBA 2020 exam as per the syllabus is given below:
Section A – Environmental Awareness
This section consists of the following topics:
- Characteristics of the Indian economy
- Basic economic indicators
- Industrial, trade, fiscal, budgetary and monetary policies
- The Indian banking system and it’s functioning
- Awareness about the corporate sector
- Indian and international trade
- Economic agreements
- Changes in political, technological and cultural environments
- Current affairs
Section B – Data Interpretation & Numerical Ability
In this section, Candidates must cover the following topics:
- Ratio, Proportion
- Time and distance
- Relative speed
- Time and work
- Interest, stocks, shares, and discount
- Rules of divisibility
- HCF and LCM
- Power, exponents, and roots
- Algebraic equations
- Elementary geometry angle
- Line, polygon, solids, cylinders, perimeter, volume, circles, tangent to the circle, sphere, etc.,
- Linear and quadratic equations
- Basics of trigonometry and coordinate geometry
- Sets – Union and intersection
- Frequency and class intervals
- Cumulative frequencies and various types of graphic diagrams used in the interpretation
- Basic of probability
- Permutation and combination
Section C – Compreheerbal Ability and Verbal Ability
This section basically tests the English proficiency of the Candidate. In order to score well in the AMU MBA exam, Candidates must study the following topics.
- Comprehension at paragraph and sentence level
- Identification of mistakes
- Grammar and usage
- Word formation
- Pairing of words
- Sentence structure and construction
- Active and passive voice
- Completion of sentences
Section D – Reasoning and Intelligence
Cover the following topics for the Reasoning & Intelligence section:
- Verbal reasoning and verbal analogy
- Letter series
- Number series
- Coding and decoding
- Logical diagrams
- Syllogism, etc.
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AMU MBA Eligibility Criteria
Candidates must be aware of eligibility criteria for filling the Application Form. Check the parameters required for appearing in the AMU MBA entrance test from the below:
Nationality – Only Indian nationals can apply for the exam
Educational Qualification – The candidates should hold a Bachelors degree in any discipline from a recognized University.
Minimum percentage requirement – Should have passed Graduation with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
Age Limit – The maximum age limit of the candidate should be 27 years old as on 01st July of the year of admission.
Note: There shall be a relaxation up to three (03) years in the maximum Age Limit for all courses of studies at all levels for Madarsa passed out candidates.
AMU MBA 2020 Application Form
The application process for AMU MBA is to be done completely by online mode. The aspirants can get the application form online at the official website, amucontrollerexams.com. Make sure that the details given by you in the AMU MBA 2020 Application Form are correct as you shall not be given any chances to edit the incorrect information. However, to fill the application form, you first need to register for the exam by entering your basic details such as Email ID, Mobile Number, etc. Since the complete application process is online, so the application fee is payable by Credit card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking.
Application Fee- Rs 450/- for all candidates
AMU 2020 Admit Card
Once the application process is done, the admit card is issued for the registered candidates as per the schedule above. The candidates will get their Admit Card by online mode only from the AMU Controller’s website. No candidate will receive it by post. To download it you need to enter your login details, Username, and Password. On the AMU MBA Admit Card 2020, you need to paste your passport size photo, preferably, the same as the one uploaded in the application form. Do not forget to carry the print out of the Admit Card with photo pasted on it.
AMU MBA Selection Criteria
The selection criteria for admission in MBA Programme is based on candidate’s performance in the entrance exam. However, qualifying the entrance examination does not guarantee admission as after passing the entrance test, performance in further admission round will be considered for preparing the merit. The selection process for AMU MBA 2020 is as follows:
- Written Test (AMU MBA entrance exam)
- Interview/Aptitude Assessment/Group Discussion
AMU MBA Answer Key
After the exam is over, the applicants will be able to cross-check their answers with the help of the AMU MBA 2020 Answer Key. The Answer key is released by AMU Controller at its official website. The candidates have to handover the OMR Answer Sheet to the exam invigilator but will get the carbon copy of the OMR. So using the carbon copy of the OMR Answer Sheet and the Answer Key, you have to cross-check your answers and calculate the probable score.
AMU MBA Result
The candidates can check their results for the entrance exam online at amucontrollerexams.com. To check the result you need to enter details such as Roll Number, Username, Password, etc. The candidates need to obtain minimum cut off marks in order to qualify the entrance test. The qualifiers of the written test will then have to appear for the Interview / Aptitude Assessment / Group Discussion. The physical presence of the candidate is essential for the Interview / Aptitude Assessment / Group Discussion. In addition to the list of selected candidates, the University shall also issue a “Chance Memo List“. It is published only in case there is a likelihood of a vacancy due to any reason
AMU MBA Seat Details
The following number of seats shall be available for admission in the MBA program for the academic year 2020.
|Location of Study||No. of Seats|
|AMU Center, Malappuram||60|
|AMU Center, Murshidabad||60|
|AMU Center, Kishanganj||60|
AMU MBA Placement Details
There are many job opportunities available in both the private and public sectors for the MBA aspirants. They are placed in executive positions. Many companies visit the Faculty for campus recruitment. Almost all the students get selected in the corporate sector within six months of passing these courses.
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