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Name: UPMCAT
Exam Full Name:: Uttar Pradesh Management Common Aptitude Test
Category: MBA
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UPMCAT

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The exam UP-MCAT is for category MBA and is conducted at MBA level
The Uttar Pradesh Management Common Aptitude Test UPMCAT is held for admission to the two year full time MBA / MMS / MIBM / MMEM / MTM / MCM / MFC management courses offered at University departments, government and private institutions of Uttar Pradesh.

The UPMCAT test is conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) Lucknow at specified centres for candidates aspiring to enter Management Institutes in the State of U.P.

Candidates successful in the written test examination are called for the Group Discussions and personal interviews.

Contact Information

General Eligibility : Admissions are open to Indian Nationals only. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from an institution / university located in the state of U.P. are eligible for admission at all the institutions (irrespective of their domicile).

Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from institutions located outside the State of Uttar Pradesh are eligible for admission to all the courses at all the institutions and universities inside U.P. except Motilal Nehru Regional Engineering College – MNREC Allahabad, now known called as National Institute of Technology (NIT) Allahabad.

SC/ST Eligibility : 21% seats are reserved for schedule caste (SC), 2% seats are reserved for schedule tribe and 27% seats are reserved for other backward category candidates respectively on all India basis.
 

UPMCAT 2012 Exam Pattern

The Exam consists of four sections:

  • Section A - Test of proficiency in English Language. The questions cover grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms, relationship between words and phrases and comprehension of passages.
  • Section B - Test of Numerical Aptitude based on general mathematics, numerical calculation, arithmetic, simple algebra and geometry. This also tests the ability to interpret common graphs charts and tables.
  • Section C - Speed And Accuracy Of Thinking and decisions making. The test is based on assessment of figures, diagrams, unfamiliar relationships and verbal reasoning.
  • Section D - Knowledge of current affairs related to trade, industry, economy, sports and culture.

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