Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) has announced the results today, May 03, 2021, for the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) 2021. Candidates who appear for the examination on April 25, 2021, can check their results on the official website atmaaims.com. To do so, they must enter their PID or ATMA registration number and password. Authorities are also expected to release the merit list soon on the official website. The examination was conducted through the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and home-based proctored computer-based exam. The next ATMA session is scheduled for May 30, 2021.
To check the ATMA 2021 results, candidates must visit the official AIMS website i.e., atmaaims.com and log in by entering their PID and password. After submitting the login credentials, results shall be displayed on the screen. Candidates are advised to check the results carefully and download them for future reference. They may also choose to print a hard copy of the exam results for future reference.
Eligible candidates, on qualifying the ATMA 2021 examination, can get admission for postgraduate and diploma courses pertaining to the management field. These courses include MBA, MCA, PGDM and many more. These courses are offered by private and government institutes across the country.
The next session of ATMA 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on May 30, 2021. Two sessions were held previously, one on February 14, 2021, and the other in April. Registration for the third session began on April 26, 2021, and the last date to pay the application fee is May 22, 2021. Moreover, the last date to complete the remaining registration formalities is May 23, 2021. The deadline to print the application form is May 25, 2021.
AIMS shall be releasing the ATMA 2021 admit cards for the third session on May 26, 2021. After the conduction of the entrance test, authorities are expected to announce the results on June 05, 2021. Results shall be declared on the official website itself, as it was done for the previous two sessions.
ATMA is a national-level entrance exam conducted every year through the computer-based format. The entrance exam comprises of 180 questions for a duration of 3 hours. The question paper is divided into six sections – Analytical Reasoning Skills I and II, Verbal Skills I and II and, Quantitative Skills I and II.
The paper shall contain objective-based multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and is aimed at testing the aptitude of candidates. Much to the benefit of candidates, the exam shall not contain any negative marking in case of wrong answers.