Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) is going to announce the results on May 04, 2021, for the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) 2021. Authorities shall be releasing the results on the official website atmaaims.com for the exam which was conducted on April 25, 2021. Previously, the results were expected to come out on April 30, 2021. However, authorities postponed the same to May 04, 2021. ATMA 2021 was an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based live, human-proctored examination conducted within the comfort of the candidate’s home.
Aspirants who appeared for ATMA 2021 on April 25, 2021, can check their results on the official website atmaaims.com once they are released. To do so, they must click on the result link present on the homepage. Candidates are required to enter their login credentials and click on the “Submit” option. By doing so, exam results shall be displayed on the screen. Aspirants are advised to take a printout of their results for the admission process conducted later.
AIMS authorities also began the ATMA 2021 registration process on April 26, 2021, for the third session scheduled on May 30, 2021. The first two sessions were scheduled for February 14, 2021, and April 25, 2021. For the third session, the deadline to pay the registration fee is May 22, 2021, while the last date to complete the registration formalities is May 23, 2021. Candidates can also print their application form on or before May 25, 2021.
ATMA 2021 admit cards for the third session shall be released on the official website on May 26, 2021. Results for the same are likely to be released on June 05, 2021. The entire official schedule has been published on AIMS’ website. Candidates appearing for the third session are advised to take note of these events and their exact dates.
The registration process for ATMA 2021 includes 4 steps – payment of fees, receiving the Personal Identification Number (PID), filling the registration form and printing the admit card when it is released. Candidates have to pay an application fee of Rs.1500 to appear for the exam. However, women candidates shall receive 25 per cent concession while 50 per cent concession shall be given to those belonging to northeastern states.
Candidates can pay the application fee through online methods like Debit Card, Credit Card and Net banking. No offline methods like cash, DD or cheque shall be accepted. After paying the application fee, candidates shall receive their PID on their email ID or number attached to their bank account. This same PID shall be used for the remaining registration steps and will be printed on the admit card.
The next step includes filling the ATMA 2021 application form with details like address, email ID, date of birth, mobile number, preferred test city, educational details, etc. They must also upload their photograph and signature to complete the registration process.