CMAT 2015-16 Results to be out on 25th March

Results of the Common Management Admission Test 2 that was held across centres all over India on 25th February 2015 are scheduled to be released on 25th March 2015. The score sheets will be available for download on the official website: The students will be able to download their copy of the score sheet between March 25, 2015 to April 25, 2015.

About CMAT

CMAT refers to Common Management Admission Test; approved by All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) for acquiring admission in MBA programme as well as PDGM programme in AICTE approved management institutions in the nation for the academic year 2015-16. The candidates are given two opportunities to appear in CMAT; first in September, and second in February. The better of two scores is then used for admission for the academic year 2015-16. CMAT Test 2 was held on 25 February 2015 and that was the last chance for students to get admission in the session of 2015-16.



The purview of AICTE (the Council) covers programs of technical education including training and research in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Town Planning, Management, Pharmacy, Applied Arts and Crafts, Hotel Management and Catering Technology etc. at different levels.


Details of the test

The test is conducted only online twice a year. As explained above, a candidate thus gets two chances to appear for the test. Moreover, there is no cap as to how many times a candidate can appear for the test. Although there is an eligibility criterion for appearing in the test, there is no age restriction for attempting the test. There are four sections in the test. The sections are (a) Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation b) Logical Reasoning c) Language Comprehension and d) General Awareness. There are 25 questions in each section making it a total test of 100 questions and the candidates get 180 minutes to answer these questions. For each correct answer, the candidate is awarded 4 marks and for each wrong answer 1 mark is deducted in negative marking. The candidate is expected to report thirty minutes prior to the commencement of the exam along with an attested copy of their admit cards.

Admission Process

  • A detailed merit list containing the score sheets of all candidates will be provided to their respective State Governments for admitting the students in their state colleges through central counselling or in accordance with their notified admission procedure for giving admission in MBA courses and as per Court directives for PGDM programmes.
  • In case of no central counselling arrangement, the score sheets will be used for admission in the AICTE approved Institutes/University Departments for both MBA and PDGM programmes.


Eligibility criteria

Students studying in bachelor degree program in any discipline from any recognized institution can apply for CMAT. In case the candidate has failed to get qualifying marks to apply into good colleges, there is no need to get disheartened, they can prepare for this year and apply next year.

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