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What is the admission process of MBA course in top Indian colleges


  Updated on : 18/11/2017

 by : Admin

Most of the students wants to opt for the top management colleges with an aim of getting placement with high package and to built a bright career. But it is not easy enough to get admission into the top colleges as the application procedure is bit tough. If a candidates opt for the admission into top colleges the have to clear certain steps one after another. In the following the detailed admission process into top MBA colleges are given. Steps of the Admission Procedure:The whole admission process of the MBA colleges can easily be divided and described  in three steps as following:Stage 1:The Written Test - Almost all the top MBA colleges gives admission to the students on the basis of written examination either National or State level examination like CAT, CMAT, MAT etc or the own written test of the colleges like SNAP Exam and XAT Exam. The exam pattern and the question pattern are almost similar in all the exams. The written tests of the exam more or less include the following:Quantitative Skills:- Arithmetic (Number Theory, Ratio and Proportion, TSD, Percentages, Partnerships, Mixtures and Alligations etc.Geometry: - Lines and Angles, Triangles, Circles, Coordinate Geometry etc.Algebra :- Quadratic equations, FunctionsProbability, Permutations and CombinationsSet theory, Trigonometry, Stock and Shares etc.Verbal Ability: - Grammar, English usage, Reading comprehension, Vocabulary and other aspects of English languageGeneral and Business Awareness: - static and current general knowledge and business awareness.Reasoning Abilities: - puzzles, critical reasoning, visual reasoning etc.Stage 2:The candidates who have qualified the written examination are further have to appear for the second round of selection that is Group Discussion and Personal Interview which is intended to check a candidate’s personality traits. In the Group Discussion different traits of the candidates   like Behavior, Awareness, Communication skills, Reasoning ability, Flexibility, Leadership, Assertiveness, Initiative, Confidence, Creativity etc are examined. In a Personal Interview apart from the personality traits an interviewer or the panel is interested in knowing about candidates’ academics, goals and self awareness level. Stage 3:After having cleared both written examination as well as the GD & PI round, the candidates will be finally selected for the admission on the basis of combined score of the both round. The selected candidates will receive final call letter for admission into the programme.The candidates need to pay the first installment of the course and submit required documents during the time of admission. demo

What is the best strategy for CAT preparation


  Updated on : 17/11/2017

 by : Admin

CAT exam are highly competitive and most renowned management entrance exam in India. Preparation of the CAT is also very tough and rigorous. Candidate should understand that the syllabus is very lengthy and it requires honest efforts to crack the CAT examination. Students need to derive a plan and strong strategy for the preparation of Common Admission Test. Below we have for you certain tips and CAT preparation strategies that may help you in chalking out a plan of action for  CAT exam of 2017.How to Prepare for CAT 2017:The competition for CAT gets tougher by each passing year. Every year number of applicant for the exam increases and so does the competition for it.  The organizing body of CAT i.e IIM, has always been interested on testing the candidate’s academic aptitude in the most unconventional way, students can never be sure what type of question formation can be seen in the paper. Candidates are advised to start their dedicated preparations for the CAT exam at least 3 months before the exam. This will help you in timing your performance and accuracy and give you ample time to revise the topics as well.For students who are appearing for the final year of the bachelor’s degree program, will be done with their last semester exam by the month of July which makes preparation for CAT even difficult as they have to cope with their semesters and the CAT exam. Candidates need at least 40 to 60 days to cover cover all subjects of the exam pattern which includes: Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, and Logical Reasoning.Strategy for CAT 2017 Preparation:Aspirants can keep the following tips in mind while preparation for CAT 2018 Students must appear for a mock test in order to analyze their test results. This will help in understanding which areas need extra effort during preparation. Candidates can take mock test on our website to enhance their preparation.After chalking out the strengths and weakness out if the CAT section, you need to thoroughly go through the CAT syllabus provided for each section. Target studying is always fruitful, make a list of topics you have to study each day and make sure you test your progress daily.Chalk out the sections you need more practice in. Generally it is observed that quantitative aptitude and reasoning requires more practiceHaving a time table set for each section is probably a smart way to study. Take assistance of books and coaching as per your need and preparation time.Students can prepare for the CAT 2017 using this strategy, or can derive their own strategy according to their own understanding of the subjects as no strategy is wrong. The main point being, aspirants need not only to work very hard but work smart in order to crack the CAT exam in the very first attempt. The better the applicant scores ensures the better college prospects. Scoring outstanding in the CAT 2018 exam will secure the bright future for the student, hence it is of utmost importance for the candidate to give his best efforts while preparing for the CAT examination.demo

How to crack GD and PI round of top B Schools


  Updated on : 16/11/2017

 by : Admin

Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) is one of the important phases of selection for admission to different B Schools in India. These are the criteria where the students will be judged majorly whether or not the candidate deserves to get admission into a particular B-school. There are a number of criteria of the candidate which will be judged through this GD PI process like the communication skill, writing ability, subject knowledge, listening power, attitude, confidence, leadership skill, the way of presenting views, interaction skill, decision making ability, problem solving ability, critical thinking ability, analytical thinking, open mindedness etc. So in order to crack this round the candidates need to prepare a lot of things.Group Discussion (GD): For clearance of Group Discussion (GD) round the candidates can follow the following tips:First of all the candidates need to keep track of happenings around the world. The awareness of current affairs, issues and happenings can shows a well-rounded personality.The candidates should read English newspapers and magazines, watch interesting documentaries and profiles on television to get a wider perspective on issues.The communication skills should be improved by sitting with a group of friends and choosing a topic and indulging in a friendly GD. This exercise not only enhance the knowledge but also the candidate will be able to speak better in the time of GD.If the candidate can’t talk on a topic they should not be rude/forceful/disturbed.The candidate should use positive body languageThe candidate should maintain eye contact with the group, and should practice how to enter and exit in discussionsPersonal Interview (PI)At the time of interview, the interviewees would be considering at personality, attitude and aptitude. Generally every organization looks for communication skills, technical skills and conceptual skills of the candidate. To crack this round the candidates need to follow the following strategies:Regularly read the newspapers, watch TV news, in order to be familiar with all type of current affairs. The candidate should be fluent in academics especially in the specialization subject.The candidates should know most of the things about  his/her native place very well .The candidates should improve the capacity of analyzing, discussing and giving opinion on a certain topic. The candidates most often are asked about their interests and hobbies, so they should make sure that they know all about them.Strategy for CAT Preparationdemo

Tips for Attending General Awareness in TISSNET exam


  Updated on : 19/09/2017

 by : Admin

During the recent time, TISSNET exam has gained a lot of reputation among the people who are seeking admission in top b-schools. If you qualify this entrance exam, you easily become eligible to seek admission into Tata Institute of Social Sciences. The master degree program for Human Resources in TISS is one of the highly accredited and acclaimed courses until date. Therefore, to crack the exam you need to prepare quite diligently and have to focus on a certain section to keep the percentile high as possible.Under the TISSNET preparation tips which we will share today, we will discuss the section of general awareness.  It has become one of essential areas to resolve and get an opportunity to score more. If you are not able to improve your GK then you should sit for TISSNET exam this is what the common crowd says. It is important to consider the fact that the TISS people want to have real intelligent people in their institution and this is the section, which help them to determine people’s intelligence.In the earlier days, the questions were mostly based on the sociological scenario and covered the range of topics from different areas. However, things have changed these days. They now keep 15 to 20 question based on common GK  such as longest, biggest, largest, smallest type of question, dances, art , culture, cooks, authors, laws rights of India, recent amendment, important groups and organizations (head office locations. Founding years etc.), various government schemes are being kept. Even you have the question of the history, geography, science and economics of the world.The rest 10 to 15 questions, which they set, are mostly based on the news from the last 8 to 10 months. This is what we call the current GK section. You have to face the question such as recent mergers between big companies, acquisitions, socio-political affairs, sports persons, obituaries, budget, elections, awards and more. People thinking for TISSNET preparation must be reading the magazines and newspapers thoroughly to must be well aware of the surroundings and the happenings all around. Do keep a note of everything relevant that you read and that too in a smarter way. You can create separate word files for the above topics and keep adding the information regularly. You can also keep a note of the Google and yearbooks as well. For TISSNET exam and preparing the general awareness section do keep reading current affairs everyday from now.demo

Get to Know about biggest MBA Entrance Test CAT 2017


  Updated on : 31/07/2017

 by : Admin

IIM, Lucknow is all set to conduct the exam on Nov 26, 2017 in two sessions. They've also published the notification in newspapers on Sunday, July 30 throughout India. The registration process for the exact same will begin on August 9 and will continue until Sept 20, 2017. The duration of the test is going to be 180 minutes, Professor Neeraj Dwivedi, convener, CAT 2017 was quoted while speaking about the same. They'll Allows use of basic onscreen calculator for calculation. Candidates will be selected accurately sixty minutes for answering questions in each section plus they cannot change From one section to another, while answering questions from a section, He explained. We'll try our best to assign candidates to their first preferred city. In case it isn't possible, they'll be assigned a town following their given order of preference. In the rare case that a candidate isn't allotted any one of the cities that are preferred, he/she is going to be allocated to another town, added professor Dwivedi. Some important data and points students should bear in mind! 1. with 50% marks or above are eligible only to apply for Common Admission Test 2017 whereas the required percentage is far Below for reserved categories that is 45%. 2. Candidates interested for Fellow programmes in direction Also need to maintain a valid rank in CAT where a separate advertisement is going to be released soon. 3. Admissions in PGP FABM & ePGP of IIM Ahmedabad, PGPEM & PGPPM Programmes of IIM Bangalore, EPGP of IIM Indore, EFPM & EPGPM of IIM Kashipur, PGP ABM & PGP-SM of IIM Lucknow, PGPWE of IIM Raipur, PGDHRM of all IIM Ranchi, EPGP of IIM Rohtak, PGPEX of RGIIM Shillong and PGPBM of all IIM Tiruchirappalli are also provided via the Common Entrance Test 2017.4. Registration fee must be submitted only for once even when they're applying for many institutes in the country.5. In completing out the form, candidates must mention name of four cities of their choice out of 140 examination cities selected for CAT 2017.6. To confirm the listing of non IIM institutions that also consider a legal rank in CAT pupils might log in to iimcat.ac.in. 7. CAT 2017 scores will be valid until December 31 2018.8. Candidates are permitted To download the admission card on-line from October 18 to Nov 26. 9.Performance in CAT 2017 evaluation is a significant component for consideration in the selection process. IIMs can also use preceding academic operation of the candidates, relevant work experience along with other comparable inputs in a nutshell listing of candidates in different phases of the selection process.' . 10. About reservation norm, the official notification reads, For the aim of being considered for reservations, the pertinent Central Government set As in the last date of CAT registration will be binding. No subsequent changes will be effective for CAT 2017 and any subsequent selection process of the IIM.' .demo

SNAP 2017: Preparation tips for aspirants


  Updated on : 13/06/2017

 by : Admin

SNAP 2016: Preparation tips for aspirantsThis year the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test will take place in the month of December this year. So for all the students who are planning to attempt, we are sure that you must be getting sleepless nights just by thinking about this exam. But there is absolutely no reason to panic. This post will provide with some preparation tips by which you will not just be able to crack the SNAP but will also score well.Some basic and general tipsApart from the subject specific tips, there are some general tips which every SNAP aspirant must follow in order to clear SNAP. These include Focus more on understanding on the concepts instead of just blindly mugging it;Practice the mathematical problems on daily basis so that you get a good hang of it;Keep a regular check on the current affairs as they also constitute an important part of the examination; If you want to improve your linguistic skills, spend some time listening and reading to good English movies and articles;Try to attempt as many mock and practice tests as possible as that will help you in getting over the examination anxiety and also it would help you in understanding how to time yourself;Spend at least the last few weeks by eating healthy, sleeping right on time and avoiding watching unnecessary television.Although these are some very basic and general preparation related tips for SNAP, they pretty much cover everything under the sun. Students must always keep these pointers at the back of their mind and then prepare accordingly as then they will be in a better position to prepare themselves.demo

Can I apply to IIMs after my CAT 2017 exam?


  Updated on : 13/06/2017

 by : Admin

The Common Admission Test or the CAT is your visa to pursuing MBA in the country’s well known and esteemed colleges like the IIMs. Considering the fact that there are over million odd students who appear and attempt the CAT of which, bare minimum few thousands only manage to qualify and get into the IIMs. So to sum it up in simple terms, your MBA admission depends mainly on the CAT result. This post will help provide all the CAT aspirants with useful information as to the procedure of admission after the CAT results are declared not just in any of the IIMs but to all the colleges and institutions which accept the CAT score.Colleges and their cut-offsOnce the CAT results are out and students get their respective scores, all the colleges, including the IIMs release its list of all the candidates along with their CAT scores who have successfully secured a place with them. All the students whose name appears on the list announced by the college or institution then qualify for the next round which is the Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD) as well as Personal Interview (PI). If you are reattempting the CAT, then some colleges also have more than one rounds of group discussion for you.WAT, GD, PI etcIt’s definitely not the case that once you far well in the CAT exam and pass out with a good score, your admission is secured. This is because the CAT is merely a stepping stone and you have the WAT, GD, and PI also following it. The WAT stage has, however, been replaced by GD and PI. This GD and PI is conducted with a view to assessing the candidate's communication as well as analytical skills. Hence, it is very crucial that students pay a lot of attention and prepare themselves well for this stage. Consideration of other factorsIf you thought that your CAT score alone was the basis on which your admission to any of the good and reputed B-schools was dependent on, then you are wrong! Although your CAT score does play a major role, unfortunately, it is not the only factor. Apart from your score, your academic score (which includes your secondary, higher secondary as well as graduation marks), work experience if any (if you have been employed previously), diversity and such other factors are also taken into consideration.The road aheadAlthough by now it must be quite clear to you, nevertheless, just to be clear, once your CAT scores at out, you don’t need to fill out and submit any application form. If your score is above the cut off which is decided by the respective B-school, you will get a call from them inviting you for the next round. In fact when you sign in for the CAT exam, its then that you get the option of choosing which all institutes you are keen on applying to. So, if you don’t receive any call from them, then you should take the hint that you have probably not qualified.demo

Last Minute Tips For Appearing In 2017 CAT Examination


  Updated on : 13/06/2017

 by : Admin

Last Minute Tips For Appearing In 2017 CAT ExaminationWith CAT exams around the corner, it is not surprising that everyone is looking for last minute CAT tips and tricks that can help them get a good score in the exam. One of the biggest procedure for CAT exam is that you need to attempt all the sections so here are few ways in which you can get to ace your exam.·         StrategyYou will not be able to answer all the sections if you are stuck on only section. Make sure that you practice previous papers by keeping fixed time for each section. This will make it easier for you to attempt the same on the actual day. Have a fixed time limit and stick to it in order to touch all sections.·         Easy QuestionsWith the questions being jumbled, you can get stuck on a difficult level and not see the easy questions beyond it. Make sure you choose and complete all the easy questions before attempting the tough ones. This will at least put you in the 80th percentile if you attempt all the easy ones.·         Negative markingCAT follows the rule of negative marking so if you are very unsure of a question you might leave it unattempted instead of trying it and losing marks. This will make sure that your right answers don’t deserve a hit and make your percentile higher.·         Sectional cut-offThere is a specific amount of marks for each section in the CAT examination so make sure that you do not leave any section unanswered. This can easily affect the overall percentile and bring it lower if you leave one section completely blank. demo

3 Things to Keep in Mind for CAT 2017


  Updated on : 31/05/2017

 by : Admin

 Nervousness and excitement – CAT 2017 aspirants are sure to witness it all. Considering the changes in the exam pattern, many aspirants are perplexed and nervous about the exam. Apart from hard work, you need to prepare well for the exam without getting distracted from your main goal. Excelling in CAT is a dream for all because it opens the door to some of the best institutes in the country. Here are three things to keep in mind.How you give the exam?Your temperament on the day of the exam will play a major role in deciding your CAT percentile. Usually, the difference of marks between a 97 percentile and 99 percentile is 18-20 marks. And, with a marketing scheme of +3, - 1, the difference is just with 4-5 questions. Therefore, you need to be calm and confident when answering the questions. Anxiousness will make you lose marks and topple your dreams.  How you use the platform?The CAT platform is extremely user-friendly and you can view all questions of the section at one go. Use the mark feature for questions you have a doubt. Go through all the questions quickly to understand what you can answer. Use the platform to your advantage.How do you answer the questions?Never spend more than a minute on any question, especially if you cannot understand what should be done to solve it. Aim for a net score of 40+ in both the sections to clear the sectional cut-offs. Furthermore, attend the non-MCQ questions because they don’t attract a negative penalty.demo

Quick Go Through of SET 2017


  Updated on : 01/05/2017

 by : Admin

Symbiosis Entrance Test is also recognized as SET. SET is conducted by Symbiosis International University every year for the admission in First Year Course of all the courses provided by University. Students have to appear for SET 2017 in order to get admission in Symbiosis University as admission to the candidate is provided only on the basis of SET Score. One willing to study in Symbiosis University can apply for SET 2017.Before appearing for SET 2017, you should read below which a quick go-through of the exam pattern of SET 2017.Exam will be held on 6 May 2017. Admit Card will be available from 28 April, 2017. Duration of Exam will be 90 minutes with 90 question from all the sections. For the each correct answer to the question, 1 marks is credited whereas for four incorrect answer 1 mark is deducted i.e. 0.25 for every incorrect answer.All the questions are divided into four sections. Sections within which questions appear in Exam are Logical Reasoning, English Ability, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, and Quantitative AbilityLet’s explore each section:-1) Logical ReasoningThis Section includes question related to Venn diagram, Pattern, and Arrangement and so on which makes this section relatively easiest among all the sections of the test. To understand the tricks and concepts related to such questions go through from past years question paper as this section cannot be fully prepared. This section is quite score as requires application and identification of patterns.2) English AbilityThis is Verbal Reasoning section which is mainly based on vocabulary and comprehension pertaining questions. Nothing can be commented on its difficulty level as understanding varies person to person. In order to be familiar with Synonym/ Meaning/ Comprehension etc., learn new words and get into the habit of reading newspaper daily.3) General Knowledge and Current AffairsThis section of general knowledge and business awareness does not call much for speculation; either you know the answer or you don’t. Questions are generally related to CEOs and Founders, National Days Celebrated and major events in the world. Apart from that, based on politics and current affairs can be asked. The only tip to crack this section is to be a regular Newspaper reader to keep yourself up to date on the happenings of the Business and Environmental scenario of countries and you can also buy books which provide tailor-made GK material for the entrance test.4) Quantitative AbilityThis section is often seen as a major hindrance by candidates. For fair performance, a high-level Mathematics preparation is much required. Questions can be asked in any form from differentiation and integration to probability and matrix which varied in difficulty level from average to high. Do not forget to brush up Class 10th, 11th and 12th Mathematics. Rule one should sticky by is of regular practice and understanding of questions instead of cramming up them.Once you’ve formed a strong base of knowledge, start doing practice papers. This will help in getting and edge over others as a) It helps the candidate to apply their skills as a practice-runb) It helps in knowing where one is lagging behind, one can further work on the weak points. Besides textbook preparation, time management on the main day is also a key component of a successful examination. Avoid getting stuck on one question and keep moving, be calm and composed during those 90 minutes, and avoid hit-and- try since negative marking can be a major drawback. Be well-prepared, be calm and be smart. demo

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