The Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA) has issued the admit card for Karnataka KMAT 2018 on July 03, 2018. The candidates can download their Karnataka KMAT Admit Card online at kmatindia.com. The entrance test is scheduled to be held on August 05, 2018.
To download the admit card, you need to visit the official website. Then click on the link for “Download Admit Card“. Next, the candidates need to enter login details such as Application Number, and Date of birth. Click on the Login button to submit the details and the admit card will be available on the screen. Download and take a print out of it to bring the same on the day of the examination.
The candidates must report to the exam center an hour before the scheduled time to avoid any last minute blunders.
On the day of the examination, applicants have to carry a print out of the KMAT 2018 Admit Card, a valid id proof like Aadhar Card, PAN card, Driver’s License, Voter ID, necessary stationery items like Black & Blue ballpoint pen, HB Pencils, Eraser, and Sharpener and also your recent passport size photograph.
The registration process for Karnataka KMAT 2018 started on June 07 and the last date to submit the application form was June 25, 2018. Only those who have successfully submitted their application form before the last date with complete payment of the application fee have been issued the admit card.
A day before the issuance of the Admit card. the exam conducting body published the list of test centers.
The Karnataka KMAT is the gateway to more than 169 + AICTE-approved University-affiliated B-schools in Bangalore and Karnataka. It is an all India entrance examination that is held in more than 10 cities all across the country and is open to candidates from all parts of India and Abroad.
KMAT is an offline pen-paper based test which consists of multiple choice type questions. There will be 120 MCQ type questions, and four sections in the entrance test namely, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (30 questions), Quantitative Ability (30 questions), Logical Reasoning (30 questions) and General Awareness (30 questions). The total duration of the exam is 120 minutes.
As far as the marking scheme is concerned, for every correct answer, you will get +1 marks. There is no negative marking, hence no marks will be deducted for an incorrect response.