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Sarkari exams offer the most compatible zone of learning for the aspirants applying to get entry into the competitive field of MBA. We offer MBA coaching in Delhi and prepare the students through conceptual clarity and upgraded aptitude to help them explore new horizons in their career stream. Our classroom program not only strengthens the logical skills of the students but also prepare them for the interviews and GDPs that serves as an important part of their selection to the respective MBA program in respective college.

Our MBA coaching institute in Delhi follows the smartest way to teach the students that pursue with preparing a favorable environment for the aspirants to practice more for the final term.

TANCET MBA Exam Pattern 2017

No. of Questions 100
No. of Sections 5 (20 questions from each section)
Exam Duration 2 hours
No. of answer options 4
Marks per question 1
Negative Marking for wrong answer 1/3
Other Points Multiple shading will be considered as wrong response and 1/3 mark will be reduced.

Selection Procedure

After clearing the entrance examination, students need to attend the counselling process conducted by the respective authorities. It is necessary for the candidates to attend the counselling round as choice for the colleges and specializations will be filled at the time of counselling only. Candidates will get the seat as per their rank in entrance test and on the basis of choice preferences. After seat allotment, students have to report to the assigned college for seat confirmation.

MBA Entrance Test

Various MBA Entrance exams have been conducted by various Institutes in India. Various common national level exams to get admission into the finest B-Schools of India are:

CAT: All IIMs’ and 100+ more institutes.

XAT: XLRI Jamshedpur,

XIM: Bhubaneswar,

  1. P. Jain, GIMetc.

SNAP: Entrance Exam for Institutes affiliated with Symbiosis University

JMET: IITs’ and NITs’ Management Entrance Program

MH-CET: Entrance for Colleges in Maharashtra

CMAT: Entrance Exam Conducted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).


Different individual MBA Entrance tests of some other finest B-Schools of India are:

IBSAT: ICFAI Business Schools MBA Entrance Exam

IRMA: MBA Entrance Exam of Institute of Rural Management, Anand, Gujarat

NMAT: MBA Entrance Exam of Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, Maharashtra

MICA: MBA Entrance Exam of Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmadabad, Gujarat

IIFT: MBA Entrance Exam of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi & Kolkata


S. No. Entrance Exam Institute Eligibility Tentative Month Website
1 CAT Indian Institute of Management 50% in Graduation November www.catiim.in
2 IRMA Institute of Rural Management Anand 50% in Graduation November www.irma.ac.in
3 IIFT Indian Institute of Foreign Trade 50% in Graduation November www.iift.edu
4 MAT All India Management Association Graduation in any Discipline September, December, February & May www.aima-ind.org
5 SNAP Symbiosis International University 50% in Graduation(regular degree) December www.snaptest.org
6 IBSAT ICFAI 50% in Graduation December www.ibsat.org
7 NMAT NMIMS 50% in Graduation December www.nmims.edu
8 XAT XLRI, Jamshedpur 50% in Graduation January www.xlri.ac.in
9 TISS Tata Institute of Social Sciences Graduation in any Discipline January www.tiss.edu
10 ATMA Association of Indian Management Studies 50% in Graduation February www.atma-aims.org
11 CMAT AICTE 50% in Graduation February www.aicte-cmat.in


National Level Tests

S. No. Entrance Exam Institute Eligibility Tentative Month Website
1 MAH-CET Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State 45% in Graduation in any discipline February/March www.dte.org.in
2 CUSAT Cochin University of Science and Technology Graduation in any Discipline June www.cusat.nic.in
3 PAM-CAT GNDU, Amritsar / PTU, Jalandhar / Punjabi University, Patiala Graduation in any Discipline June/July www.gndu.ac.inwww.punjabiuniversity.ac.inwww.ptu.ac.in
4 MET-MP MADHYA PRADESH PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION BOARD 50% in Graduation July www.vyapam.nic.in/
5 TANCET Anna University, Chennai Graduation in any Discipline May www.annauniv.edu/
6 OCET Punjab University, Chandigarh Different Eligibility for Different course June www.puchd.ac.in
7 UP-SEE UP Technical University 45% in Graduation in any discipline April www.uptu.nic.in
8 Orissa JEE Orissa JEE Graduation in any Discipline May www.jeeorissa.com
9 GCET Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board 50% in Graduation July
10 KMAT KARNATAKA PRIVATE POST-GRADUATE COLLEGES’ ASSOCIATION Graduation in any Discipline July www.kmat-2008.com
11 RMAT Rajasthan Technical University 50% in Graduation June www.rtu.ac.in/rmat/
12 UPMCAT Uttar Pradesh Technical University Graduation in any Discipline May


Tips for How to prepare for MBA Entrance Examination

Preparations for MBA entrance examinations need deep knowledge, analytical ability, sharp memory and all above, systematic planning and preparations. Along with the best MBA coaching in Delhi, you need some tips to prepare on some important aspects which are common to most of the entrance examinations. Let’s have a look:

(a) Quantitative Aptitude: It will be more time-consuming if the candidates start attempting the entire calculations. So the candidates are required to work against time and it is not advisable to waste time on such calculations. With practice, the candidates can easily solve most of the choices straightaway to reach at the correct answer even without any calculation. This could be achieved if the candidate looks at all the choices carefully before attempting the calculations.

(b) Logical Reasoning: Questions on logical reasoning may be of several types. Constant practice in the questions on reasoning would make the candidates confident to tackle this particular aspect of the test.

(c) Comprehension Test: Comprehension test is aimed at measuring the understanding of English language by the candidates. To attempt this part faster and correctly, the candidate must practice reading with a quicker speed and understanding the whole passage. Answer to most of the questions is located within the passage itself.

(d) General Awareness: The test of general awareness aims to judge the general knowledge of the candidates. To get good knowledge candidate must read good books.