ATMA Eligibility 2019

Updated on June 19, 2019

 

ATMA 2019 June exam eligibility criteria for the ATMA 2019 Exam held on June 23, 2019 depends upon the Eligibility Criteria as prescribed by the MBA college you are applying to. Last date to apply for ATMA 2019 June exam was June 18, 2019

 

ATMA is a national level MBA entrance test leading to admission in more than 100 MBA colleges in India. Accordingly, before knowing the ATMA 2019 June Exam Eligibility, please check the eligibility criteria of the MBA colleges accepting ATMA 2019 June exam score to which you wish to apply. AIMS have advised the ATMA test takers to check the eligibility criteria of the institutes and verify independently about the AICTE/UGC/AIU recognition of the programmes of the Institutes.

 

ATMA June 2019 Exam date is June 23, 2019. It will be a computer based test. The guidelines issued by AIMS in regard to June ATMA 2019 and ATMA 2019 Eligibility Criteria to appear in the June exam are not much different from other exams:

 

Indian Citizen: An ATMA exam applicant should be an Indian Citizen to be eligible to apply for June 2019 ATMA exam to be conducted on June 23, 2019 as computer based test for MBA admission 2019

 

Recognized Bachelor’s Degree: Determining the ATMA exam eligibility, AIMS have clarified that the candidate should possess a recognized Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification under 10+2+3 scheme in any stream.

 

Minimum 50% Marks: ATMA 2019 June exam eligibility prescribes that a graduate from any recognized / statutory University with a minimum of 50% marks can apply and appear in ATMA Exam 2019.

 

Final Year Students can Apply: As per the ATMA exam eligibility 2019, those who are in their final year of graduation are also eligible to apply and appear in the ATMA June 2019 exam.

 

No Age Bar and No Work Experience Required: ATMA 2019 June Exam Eligibility criteria do not prescribe any Age Bar or any mandatory work experience to apply for ATMA 2019 exam.

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