KMAT on July 24

The test will determine admissions to 143 MBA and MCA colleges to fill the management quota seats. As per Supreme Court guidelines, managements will be permitted to fill 50 per cent of seats, while the State government will fill the remaining 50 per cent through PGCET.

This year, 8,000 seats are available in the management quota for MBA and about 4,000 seats in MCA.  Last year, 9,000 students appeared for KMAT and colleges admitted around 4,000 candidates on the basis of KMAT scores.

Applications will be available online at www.kmatindia.com and at all colleges from May 1. The last date for submission is July 10.

Details can be had on phone no 9343996663/4/5.

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