KU to consider CAT/MAT/UGAT score for admission to MBA
UGAT examination held
Srinagar, May 12: The Under Graduate Aptitude Test (UGAT) for admission to Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Integrated MBA (IMBA), Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA), Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) and allied courses was conducted at the University of Kashmir besides other centres.
The UGAT examination is a national level examination conducted by All India Management Association for admission to various professional courses in leading institutes of the country. This year the Business School adopted CAT/MAT & UGAT scores for various programmes offered by it.
“This is in line with the Vice- Chancellor Prof Talat’s vision to provide a platform to the students wherein they can appear in national level tests so that they are eligible for admission to various prestigious programmes being offered by the renowned institutions of the country,” said a KU statement.
Highlighting the importance of these national level test, the Director Business School Prof. Shabir A Bhat said this examination was recognised and most of the prestigious institutions across the country take the UGAT score.
“It will provide students an opportunity to get admission in various institutions empanelled in the AIMA Bulletin.”
It is pertinent to mention that last week MAT examination was also conducted at the University of Kashmir by AIMA.
The director said that this year the admission to the MBA/MFC/IMBA programme shall be made on the basis of MAT/CAT/UGAT scores obtained by the students.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 12 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 12 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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