Over 8,500 students appear for KMAT

Over 8,500 students appear for KMAT


The entrance exam for management quota seats for MBA and MCA was taken by 5,200 students in Bangalore alone in six centres across the City.

The test is organised each year by the Karnataka Private Post-graduate Colleges Association (KPPCA).

Secretary of the KPPCA, Dr M Prakash told Deccan Herald that the test went off smoothly with no incidents of malpractice.

“The absentee percentage was only 11 per cent which is lower than last year’s percentage (18 per cent). There were also an unprecedented number of walk-in candidates this year,” he said.

Dr M Prakash  added that the results of the entrance test will be announced in a week’s time. Students can check the results on the website: www.kmatindia.com
There were a total of 600 candidates, who registered at the venues just before the examination.

All students who appeared for the examination were given a bulletin with information of nearly 127 colleges in the State that come under KMAT.
The students were tested for language comprehension, basic aptitude, logical reasoning and current affairs.

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