The Development Management Institute (DMI), Patna is to conduct DMAT 2016 exam in the first week of May 2017. The last date for submitting the application form online for the DMI DMAT Exam 2017 is April 30, 2017.
The Development Management Institute (DMI), Patna has announced the official notification for commencing the application process and about the examination dates for the Development Management Aptitude Test (DMAT 2017).
As per the reports from the confirmed resources, the DMI DMAT exam will be held in the first week of May 2017. DMAT is held to provide the qualifying candidates admission to its two-year, full-time Post-Graduation Programme (PDP) in Development Management.
DMI DMAT Exam 2017 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who are interested in applying for the DMI DMAT exam 2017 should necessarily be graduates in any discipline from the college/institute/ university that UGC or state governments recognize. Candidates should have secured a minimum of 50 percent marks in the graduation (45 Percent for SC/ST candidates) and have a valid Common Admission Test (CAT) score.
Other than this, XAT, GMAT, CMAT, MAT and ATMA scores will also be accepted. Also, candidates who are in the final year/semester of their graduation degree course will also be eligible to apply.
DMI DMAT Application Procedure
Candidates who want to pursue PGP in Development from DMI, which is AICTE approved two-year full-time programme, need to apply for the DMAT exam. For this, the application process will be as follows.
- All the interested and eligible candidates can reach out to the official website of DMI (http://www.dmi.ac.in/) to apply for the DMAT exam online.
- Candidates need to fill in the details accurately in the application form provided on the website.
- Candidates need not pay anything for taking the DMI DMAT 2017 exam.
- Candidates are advised to take the printout of the application form for the future reference.
DMI PDM Programme Selection Process
Candidates can apply for the DMI PDM Programme, which they can do until April 30, 3017. Candidates with valid CAT, MAT, XAT, CMAT, GMAT and ATMA scores will get 25 percent weightage. Thereafter, candidates cracking DMI DMAT 2017 will get 25 percent weightage, while candidates clearing the Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds will get 25 percent weightage for each.