AMU MBA 2020 Syllabus– For scoring well in AMU MBA 2020 entrance test, candidates need to be aware of the exam pattern and the syllabus of the exam. AMU MBA 2020 syllabus includes 5 sections namely Environmental Awareness, Quantitative & Numerical Ability, Compreheerbal Ability, Reasoning & Intelligence, and Data Analysis & Interpretation. AMU 2020 exam is a pen and paper-based test conducted every year by the Aligarh university for granting admission into the MBA program. AMU MBA 2020 is a 100 marks test having objective type questions. To Know the section-wise AMU MBA syllabus 2020, read the complete article.
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AMU MBA 2020 Syllabus
Candidates are advised to start their preparation as soon as possible because AMU MBA 2020 syllabus is very vast and includes a variety of topics. Also, divide your time according to the section and try to simplify each topic available in the syllabus for scoring well in AMU MBA 2020 entrance test.
Check the glimpse of AMU MBA 2020 Syllabus from the below table.
|Current affairs, Economics,|
political changes, tecnology, etc
time & work, Algebra, HCF &LCM,
Geometry, discounts, etc.
|Compreheerbal Ability||Grammer, prepositions, |
error detection, Synonyms,
Antonyms, Active-passive, etc.
|Reasoning & Intelligence||Letter-number series, |
coding-decoding, Syllogism, etc
|Data Analysis &|
|Sets, Probability, grapgic diagrams, |
Permutation & combination,
data interpretation, etc.
AMU MBA 2020 Section-Wise Syllabus
For the AMU MBA 2020 preparation, candidates must follow the section-wise Syllabus. The detailed topics have been provided below for better understanding. Cover all the topics by making the task table per day doe scoring well in the entrance test.
AMU MBA 2020 syllabus for Environmental Awareness
- Current affairs
- Indian and international trade
- Basic economic indicators
- Industrial, trade, fiscal, budgetary and monetary policies
- Changes in political, technological and cultural environments
- The Indian banking system and it’s functioning
- Awareness about the corporate sector
- Economic agreements
- Characteristics of the Indian economy
AMU MBA 2020 syllabus for Data Interpretation & Numerical Ability
- Sets – Union and intersection
- Frequency and class intervals
- Elementary geometry angle
- Cumulative frequencies and various types of graphic diagrams used in the interpretation
- Basic of probability
- Time and work
- Interest, stocks, shares, and discount
- Rules of divisibility
- HCF and LCM
- Ratio, Proportion
- Time and distance
- Algebraic equations
- Power, exponents, and roots
- Line, polygon, solids, cylinders, perimeter, volume, circles, tangent to the circle, sphere, etc.,
- Linear and quadratic equations
- Basics of trigonometry and coordinate geometry
- Relative speed
- Permutation and combination
AMU MBA 2020 syllabus for Compreheerbal Ability and Verbal Ability
- Sentence structure and construction
- Active and passive voice
- Grammar and usage
- Completion of sentences
- Word formation
- Pairing of words
- Comprehension at paragraph and sentence level
- Identification of mistakes
AMU MBA 2020 Syllabus for Reasoning and Intelligence
- Coding and decoding
- Logical diagrams
- Letter series
- Number series
- Verbal reasoning and verbal analogy
- Syllogism, etc.
AMU MBA 2020 Exam Pattern
To score well in the AMU MBA 2020 entrance test, aspirants must check the exam pattern and start their preparation accordingly. Check the overview, marking scheme and section wised distribution od question of the exam from the below.
Overview of the Exam
- Duration of the exam- 120 mins (2 hours)
- Mode of exam- the exam is conducted in offline mode
- Type of questions- MCQs
- Total no. od questions- 100
- Maximum marks- 100
- For every correct answer: +1 marks shall be awarded
- For every incorrect answer: -0.25 marks shall be deducted
Section-wise distribution of Questions
|Sections||No. of questions|
|Quantitative & Numerical Ability||25|
|Comprehension & Verbal Ability||20|
|Reasoning & Intelligence||15|
|Data Analysis & Interpretation||15|
Selection process weightage
Candidates who will be shortlisted after the AMU MBA 2020 written test will be called for the next round i.e GD/PI. Check the weightage from the below:
- Written Test: 100 Marks
- Interview/Aptitude Assessment/Group Discussion: 25 Marks
AMU MBA 2020 Preparation Tips
For the preparation of any management entrance exam, the first thing you must do is improve your language skills. Whether it is writing, reading or speaking. Improve communication ability as it will be required at the time GD/PI as well.
To begin with, improve your communication skills if they are average. For clearing the exam, you need to focus on your communication skills. Start reading articles, newspaper and try to speak in front of the mirror. Doing that will improve your confidence to speak.
First and the foremost thing to do is manage your time well. Make a task table and assign work to your self and keep the deadline for one day. Also, make sure to complete the set of topics in that particular day. Doing this will increase discipline in your self and you will make a habit of sticking to your task table which will eventually help you a lot at the time of the exam and in the future as well.
Do your Research
Doing research is a must when it comes to preparing for certain exams. All the candidates are advised to do great research on types of questions that came in the previous year exam and the best books to study from. Also, make sure to solve the mock test as well.
Be aware of your strengths and weaknesses
Analyzing the questions and solving the previous year’s exam will help you to find your weaknesses and strength. Once you are aware of them then practice those topics more.
Choose study material wisely
Studying from the best material available in the market will increase your chances of clearing the particular test. Also its is not always important to study from the coaching institute. After several surveys, it has been observed that self-study is more effective. So choose your study material wisely and start preparing as soon as possible.
Before switching from one topic to another make sure the first one is complete. If it is completed then do revise it once or twice. it will help to cover all the topics and will remain in your mind.