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About BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a 3-year degree course which provides a student with the basic management education and develops the right skill-set for entering into the corporate world. It develops a proper understanding of micro and macro business environment and functions. The course trains the students to be effective leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. After BBA, majority of the students take up MBA as a career and the rest may take up a job in different arenas.

Job opportunities after a BBA course are available in many entry-level jobs in the field of:

  • Banking and Financial Industries
  • Marketing and Sales in Retail Business
  • Service Industries
  • Basic Operations and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • NGOs

Many top Universities and Institutes take their entrance exams for the admissions to their UG course of BBA. Few of them are as below:

University / Institute / Organising Body Entrance Exam
NMIMS University, Mumbai NPAT
Symbiosis International University, Pune & Noida SET (BBA)
IIM Indore IPMAT
GGSIP University, New Delhi IPU CET
Delhi University, New Delhi DU CET
S P Jain, New Delhi SPJET
Christ University, Bangalore Christ University BBA Entrance Exam
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai Xavier’s BMS Entrance Test
AIMA UGAT

Important Exam Dates for BBA Entrance Exams

IPMAT 2019 NPAT 2019
Registration Start Date Last Date of Registration Registration Start Date Last Date of Registration
Second Week of March 2019 Third Week of April 2019 On going  29th April 2019
Test date Result Test date Result
Second Week of May 2019 Fourth Week of May 2019 11th & 12th May 2019 TBA
SET 2019 IPUCET  2019 (BBA)
Registration Start Date Last Date of Registration Registration Start Date Last Date of Registration
24th Jan 2019 15th April 2019 On going  1st Week of May 2019
Test date Result Test date Result
4th May 2019 14th May 2019 Last week of May 2019 2nd Week of June 2019
Christ University – CUET 2019 (BBA) UGAT 2019
Registration Start Date Last Date of Registration Registration Start Date Last Date of Registration
8th Dec 2018 18th April 2019 On going  26th April 2019
Test date Result Test date Result
28th April 2019 29th April 2019 11th May 2019 TBA

 

Careers After 12th | Undergraduate Programs

About IPMAT

The five-year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM), the first of its kind in India launched by IIM Indore, is a unique and creative programme to meet the aspirations of young students to become management professionals, change agents and societal leaders.

IPM is aimed at students who have passed out of class XII/Higher Secondary or equivalent from various schools in India. It is widely believed that our ability to influence younger students is greater. Therefore, IIM Indore’s objective is to attract young students, groom and mould them as outstanding leaders through world class education. IPM, therefore, is a strategic fit in the overall context, vision and mission of IIM Indore.

The IPM, a residential programme, is a unique opportunity for the institute to make a contribution in this important social space. It is also an exciting option for the young boys and girls to charter their profession in the area of management with a wider scholarly academic background in a social science setting.

Important Dates for IPMAT-19

Registration Start Date Second Week of March 2019

Registration End Date Third Week of April 2019

IPMAT Exam Date Second Week of May 2019

IPMAT Registration Website Fourth Week of May 2019Register

IPMAT 2019 Pattern

  • Questions Format: 100 multiple choice objective questions
  • Paper Format: Paper pencil based
  • Sections: Two Sections – Quantitative Ability (60% weightage) and Verbal Ability (40% weightage)
  • Total Duration – 120 minutes
  • Marking System: 4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer and for each wrong answer, there will be negative marking of 1 mark.
  • Maximum Marks: 400 marks

Exam Analysis: IPMAT 2019

Total Questions: 100
Duration: 120 minutes

Marking: +4 for Correct & -1 for incorrect answers (MCQ) and no negative for Short Answer based questions

Overview of IPMAT 2019:

IPMAT 2019, as usual, did live up to its expectations. As expected, the exam was divided into 3 sections with equal sectional time limits of 40 minutes each. No technical glitches or any such issues reported from any centre, so it is safe to assume that the exam conduction process was perfect.

 

Verbal Ability section has maintained similar pattern and level of difficulty as previous years. This is one reason why cut-off in this section goes higher than that in Quantitative Ability.

Quantitative Ability section was divided into two parts. Both the sections were loaded with questions from Functions, Logarithm, Inequalities, Matrices and Determinants. In all, this year Quantitative Aptitude Section was difficult as compared to that of last year. But with smart selection of questions, one could easily clear the cut-off in these sections. The ideal approach should have been to maximise score from MCQ based question whereas, in Short answer based question, one must ensure that they do the minimum required in order to get a good platform at least.

Section 1: Quantitative Aptitude (Short Answer)

Total Questions: 20
Duration: 40 Minutes

This section was more or less a replica of MCQ based questions with a higher level of difficulty. There were around 3 questions each from Geometry, Functions, Numbers and its application, and Matrices. The question based on co-ordinate geometry was very easy and those based on numbers were easy to moderate; except one which was easy but tricky, where most students were bound to make an error. 2 questions on Logarithms were moderate to difficult. Questions (1 each) on Successive Percentage change and Averages were very easy. Questions (1 each) from Inequalities and Determinants were difficult. An online calculator was available in this section.

Most of these questions were on mixed applications of concepts. In fact, there were hardly any questions which were on a standalone concept. This makes this section tough to crack for 12th standard students, who are in habit of applying one concept at a time.

This section will also be classified as tough. Ideal attempts in 40 minutes would be 9+ and good score in this section can be 6+ net correct or raw score of 24+.

Section 2: Quantitative Aptitude (MCQ)

Total Questions: 40
Duration: 40 Minutes

This section was dominated by Higher Algebra and Higher Geometry based questions. There were 3-4 questions each from Matrices & Determinants, Functions, Inequalities, and Logarithm. Most of these questions were moderate to difficult or difficult. There were two questions of Probability of which one was easy and one was moderate to difficult. Questions (1 each) on Remainder, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Surds and Indices were easy. Questions on Mixtures, Linear Equation (infinite solution), Time Speed and Distance (all data in terms of variable), Quadratic equations where roots were in GP, Area of an equation involving modulus, Mensuration, and Circle were moderate to difficult. There were two questions on Set Theory, of which 1 was easy and the other was moderate.

This section was a little difficult as compared to last year but again it was easy to attempt 12-15 questions if selection of questions was proper. Some of the questions were on mixed applications of concepts. Thus attempts in this section will go down as compared to last year.

Surprisingly, questions from basic arithmetic were negligible. There was one question on Time, Speed & Distance. No direct question from topics like Numbers, Percentages, Ratio or Time & Work would have surely put students under tremendous pressure.

There was one Data Interpretation set on Bar Graph which was lengthy. All questions were on basic concepts like Percentages, Ratio, and Averages. This compensated the deficit as mentioned above. But here students would have found it difficult to comprehend the data since they had to scroll vertically as well horizontally. Overall this section can be surely considered as tough. Ideal attempts in 40 minutes would be 15+ and good score can be 12+ net correct or a raw score of 48+.

Section 3: Verbal Ability

Total questions: 40
Duration: 40 Minutes

There were two passages having 6 and 7 questions respectively. The first passage was on the relationship between gender and mental capacity and the second one highlighted the importance of team efforts and maintaining secrecy. There were one or two questions about the purpose of the author behind a particular statement whereas rest of the questions in both the passages were either direct or inference based. Ideally, both these passages could have been attempted in close to 15 minutes.

A similar weightage was given to questions based on the application of Vocabulary. This was not surprising as except for 2017, Vocabulary has been a dominant subsection in Verbal Ability. This year again, there were around 13 questions divided into the following types of questions: Cloze Test (Fill in the Blanks), Word usage and Phrasal Verbs (Fill in the Blanks). The options in Cloze Test were slightly confusing. However, the same was not the case with Word Usage based questions, as the options could be eliminated more easily. Students were required to identify inappropriate usage of words (like right, write and rite) among the given sentences. There were about 7 Grammar-based questions. All grammar questions were asked in the same format, i.e., some part of a sentence was underlined and the right manner of phrasing it had to be identified. These questions can be considered moderate. Logical Continuation and Para-jumbles had 3 questions each. The difficulty level of Logical Continuation questions, with questions that had the first or the last sentence deleted from a paragraph, can be considered moderate. Para-jumbles were non-MCQ (2 questions with 4 sentences, 1 question with 5 sentences), making them slightly more difficult.

Overall, we can say that this section was similar to that of last year i.e., Moderate in level of difficulty, hence, good attempts this year should be 32+ and with approximately 80% accuracy, we can estimate the good score to be 24-25 net correct or a raw score of 96-100+.

SYNOPSIS:

Section Good Attempts Good Score Cut-off Score
Verbal Ability 32+ 100+ 88+
Quantitative Aptitude (MCQ) 15+ 48+ 34+
Quantitative Aptitude (Short Answer) 9+ 24+ 20+
Overall (RAW score) 56+ 172+ 150+

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