The NMAT Selection Process 2021 will begin once the results 2021 has been released. The selection procedure will consist of 3 rounds; a Written Ability Test (WAT), a Group Discussion (GD) round and a Personal Interview (PI) round. The NMAT exam 2021 is from February 2, 2021 to February 8, 2021. The results are likely to be released on February 12, 2021. Soon after the results are out, the NMAT cut off 2021 scores will be released by the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) and the other colleges accepting NMAT scores. Candidates have to meet the minimum cut off criteria in the exam to be eligible for the NMAT Selection Process. NMIMS will release the call letter for the process, and only the list of shortlisted candidates will be able to appear for the further rounds in the selection process.
|NMAT 2021 Exam||February 2, 2021 to February 8, 2021|
|NMAT 2021 Results||February 12, 2021|
|NMAT Selection Procedure 2021||To be announced|
NMAT Selection Process 2021
The NMAT Selection Procedure has 4 steps associated with it. It will begin with the registration process. The 4 important aspects of the NMAT Selection Criteria are as follows:
- Candidates will have to register and appear for the NMAT 2021 exam. The exam is dated from February 2, 2021 to February 8, 2021. A candidate can appear thrice in the NMAT 2021 exam.
- The next step in the NMAT Selection Process 2021 will happen upon the declaration of the NMAT 2021 results. Once the results are out, NMIMS along with all the participating B-Schools will release their respective cut-offs. Candidates have to meet the minimum cut off criteria to be eligible for the further rounds.
- Based on their scores in the NMAT 2021 exam, candidates will be shortlisted for the further rounds of Group Discussion (GD), the Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI). A call letter will be issued on the official NMIMS website. Candidates will be awarded scores based on their performance in the GD and PI rounds.
- Candidates will be selected for admissions based on their scores in the screening rounds. Each participating institute has a different weightage in regards to the NMAT score.
NMAT Selection Process: Group Discussion (GD)
Almost all the B-schools accepting NMAT scores have the Group Discussion (GD) round as a mandatory part of the NMAT Selection Process. Candidates will be assessed on the following factors.
- Based on their knowledge on topics of economics, politics, art, education, culture, and society.
- Based on their leadership, communication, managerial and negotiation skills.
- Based on their personality and demeanour.
Topics in the GD rounds of the NMAT Selection Process will range from social issues to political events, science and technology to finance and economics, along with the current events of the time.
NMAT Selection Process: Written Ability Test (WAT)
The Written Ability Test (WAT) is a new aspect introduced into the NMAT Selection Procedure and it is carried out by a few B-school only. The WAT is designed to test a candidate's ability in grammar, vocabulary, language skill, their writing ability, their expression and clarity of thought.
NMAT Selection Process: Personal Interview (PI)
The Personal Interview (PI) round in the NMAT Selection Procedure is the most common and crucial aspect of the whole process. The PI will be conducted as a panel discussion by 3 to 4 interviewers comprising of B-school faculty and experts from the industry. Candidates will be assessed based on their personality, interests, aptitude and aspirations. The panellists will judge the candidates based on their personality, communications skills and academic performance.
NMAT Selection Process: Documents to be carried
The documents required for nmat selection process are listed below.
- 10th Marksheet & Passing Certificate
- 12th Marksheet & Passing Certificate
- Degree Marksheet (for 1,2,3,4 ……… years), separately for each semester/ trimester. Only if separate mark sheets are not issued by the University / Institute consolidated mark sheets will be accepted.
- Degree Certificate
- Provisional Degree Certificate/ Passing Certificate
- Post Graduate Degree Marksheet, wherever applicable
- Post Graduate Degree Certificate, wherever applicable
- AIU Certificate (University Equivalence) is mandatory for those candidates who have completed their graduation from Overseas Universities.
- Migration Certificate
- Eligibility Certificate (If required)
- Work Experience Certificate
- Medical Fitness Certificate (In Original signed by Registered Medical Practitioner)
- Mediclaim Policy
NMAT Cut Off
The NMAT Cut Off scores will be decided once the results have been released. Candidates will have to meet the minimum cut off criteria to be eligible for the NMAT Selection Process. The NMAT Cut Off, section-wise scores based on the previous years are mentioned in the table below:
|Section||Marks||Sectional Cut Off|
Colleges Accepting NMAT Scores
Several colleges accept NMAT exam score for the admission process into MBA and PGDM courses. Few of these colleges are mentioned below.
|Name of College|
|SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad||Xavier University, Bhubaneswar||MISB Bocconi, Mumbai||ICFAI Business School (IBS), Hyderabad and other locations|
|Alliance University, Bangalore||Amity University, Delhi NCR||Thapar School of Management, Chandigarh||SRM University, Chennai, Delhi NCR Sonipat|
|Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida||University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun||Woxsen School of Business Management, Hyderabad||BML Munjal University, Delhi|
|VIT University, Vellore||ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai||Mody University, Rajasthan||Hyderabad Business School, GITAM University, Hyderabad|