2200 appear in MBA, MFC entrance exam at KU
‘Answer keys kept available on KU website’
Srinagar, July 9: Over 2200 students today appeared in the entrance examination for the 2-year Master’s Programme in Business Administration (MBA), Master’s Programme in Finance and Control (MFC) and 5-year integrated course in Business Administration for session 2011-12 at Kashmir University.
The varsity had set 52 centers within the campus. All India Management Association (AIMA), a Delhi-based organization conducted the test.
Dean (Academic Affairs) Prof A R Yousuf in a statement said that a special feature of the entrance test this year was that the students were allowed to take along the question papers and the answer keys are being kept available on the KU website from today evening.
The students have been advised to study the question papers thoroughly at home, match their answers with the answer keys and report any complaints regarding question or answers to the Dean Academic Affairs within 24 hours after the termination of the examination.
“Immediately after we address the complaints, if any, results for the written test will be declared and the group discussions including personal interview will be held from July 23rd to 25th,” he said, adding that the final results will be declared immediately after July 25.
Prof Shabir A Bhat, Director Business School KU expressed satisfaction over the “smooth conduct” of the test and lauded the “efforts of AIMA and DAA, KU for this.”
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