Management Exams are most sought after in India. Since the MBA degree has its own weightage in Industry, more graduates are leaning towards this. We have developed a all round training module for MBA aspirants, so as they can easily crack the Entrance Exams conducted across India. CAT is the entrance exam for more than 160 management institutes across India, including the 19 IIMs. Our training programme for MBA entrance prepares you not only for CAT but also for various other MBA entrance tests such as XAT, IIFT, SNAP, CMAT, TISSNET etc..
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CAT is the entrance exam for more than 160 management institutes across India, including the 19 IIMs. Our training programme for MBA entrance prepares you not only for CAT but also for various other MBA entrance tests such as XAT, IIFT, SNAP, CMAT, TISSNET etc. CAT is undoubtedly the most sought after entrance exam. However, there are several other exams besides CAT that a student can and must write. We collectively call them as OMETs (Other Management Entrance Tests). These would include XAT, SNAP, CMAT, MAT and Institute specific exams viz NMAT, TISSNET, IRMA, and IIFT.
XAT - XAT is the second most popular management entrance examination after CAT. XAT is conducted by XLRI, Jamshedpur on behalf of Xavier Association of Management Institutes.Apart from XLRI, XAT scores are used by more than 100 institutes across India. XAT is usually conducted in the first week of January.
Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) - SNAP is an aptitude test conducted by the Symbiosis society as a first entry requirement for all the B schools under Symbiosis International University which has 12 B schools under its umbrella, 3 General management and the others- sectoral or specialized MBA's.
Common Management Admissions Test – (CMAT) - CMAT is a one-stop test for admission into all the AICTE approved B-schools in the country. The exam is conducted twice a year – September and February.
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) - MAT is conducted by All India Management Association four times a year – February, May, September, and December in both the formats - Paper pencil as well as Computer based.
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Public Sector Banks in India Conduct Examinations to fill Vacancies at 2 Levels.
A. Bank Probationary Officer:
B. Bank Clerk
These Tests are largely conducted by the 27 Public Sector Banks throughout the year. Over 85000 Vacancies are expected in Public Sector Banks in the next 3 Years It has been observed that exams are generally conducted in 2 cycles*
a) October-December b) March-May
* Banks may conduct the test as per their requirement at any time during the year.
A. Bank PO
• Candidate must be of Indian Nationality
• Candidate must be a graduate from a recognized university with Minimum marks as specified by the Bank (Relaxation for SC/ST/OBC Candidates)
• Candidate must be above 21 years and less than 30 Years of age
B. Bank Clerk
• Candidate must be of Indian Nationalitybr
• Candidate must have Passed in 10+2 or a pass in Graduation from a recognized University / Institution
• Candidate Must be above 20 years and Less than 28 Years of age.
Stage 1 - Written Test :
1) Preliminary Objective Test Time 1 Hr. – Reasoning Ability Test – Quantitative Aptitude – English Language
2) Mains Objective Test Time 2 Hr. – Reasoning Ability Test – Quantitative Aptitude – English Language – Computer Knowledge – Marketing Knowledge – Current Affairs
Stage 2- Interview
The Application procedure may differ from bank to bank as specified in the notification. The general procedure for application is as follows.
Step 1- Downloading the Bank Challan from the Website
Step 2- Making the Payment for the Test in any branch of the Bank or a Specified current account number of the Bank
Step 3- Registering for the Test Online on the Bank Website
Step 4- Take an Application Printout
Step 5- Bank to send information handout and Call Letter for the written Test Applicants are expected to carry the original payment receipt along with the written call letter at the examination *For some Banks the Registration process is offline.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A Valid Email ID & Mobile Number is compulsory for applications
The remuneration provided by the Public Sector Banks is attractive taking into account the changes made by the 6th Central Pay Commission
The Approximate Salary for Bank PO is Rs. 35000 to 45000.
Bank PO is also entitled to other benefits like Dearness Allowance, Leave Travel Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Pension, Leased Accommodation, Gratuity, Medical Benefits etc.