AIMA MAT Admit Card 2020 (Feb) Released For PBT Exam @ mat.aima.in | CBT, PPT Dates: The authorities of the All India Management Association (AIMA) will conduct the Management Aptitude Test February 2020 – CBT on 2nd February 2020. And for that exam, the AIMA MAT 2020 Feb Admit Card for CBT Exam released on 28th January 2020. Candidates who are eagerly waiting to download the MAT Admit Card 2020 must check this page to get the complete information.
New Update: MAT PBT Admit Card 2020 is Released Today. So, download your admit card from the direct link provided below.
Furthermore, the MAT Hall Ticket 2020 is going to be available online on the official site. AIMA MAT 2020 Admit Card for PBT is released on 11th February 2020. And MAT PBT February Session is going to conduct on 16th February 2020. So, check all the details given on this page. The direct link given for PBT on this page will be activated when the officials release the hall ticket. So, download your MAT CBT Admit Card 2020 now with the direct link provided below.
MAT Admit Card 2020 (February Session) – Details
|Name Of The Organization||All India Management Association (AIMA)|
|Name Of The Exam||Management Aptitude Test (MAT) – February 2020|
|Mode of Availability||Online|
|Date Of Written Exam||PBT: 16th February 2020|
CBT: 2nd February 2020
|Sub Category||Science Entrance Exams, Commerce Entrance Exams, Management Entrance Exams, Engineering Entrance Exams|
|Availability Of Admit Card||PBT: 11th February 2020 (Available Now)|
CBT: 29th January 2020 (Available Now)
From the above table, aspirants can check the detail information regarding the name of the organization that is conducting the exam. Also, the name of the entrance exam, date of the written exam, availability of admit card. And, for more queries aspirants can refer to the official website of All India Management Association (AIMA) @ mat.aima.in. Moreover, the mode of downloading the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is online. Therefore, candidates can search for the link on the official website and download the hall ticket.
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AIMA MAT Feb Session Dates 2020 – CBT, PPT
Download MAT Admit Card 2020 from this article. Candidates can download the MAT Admit Card 2020 in the form of PDF. So, to download the MAT Admit Card 2020 candidates can check the active links that we are providing you at the bottom of the article. As per the notification, the PBT for Feb Session will be conducted on 16th February 2020 whereas CBT is scheduled for 2nd February 2020. Furthermore, aspirants who are willing to attend the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) have to compulsorily download the Admit Card and carry it to the examination center. In case of no admit card, the aspirant’s exam will be rejected.
AIMA MAT Admit Card 2020
There are two different exams in MAT and they are (Paper Based Test) PBT and (Computer Based Test) CBT. Therefore, candidates who are willing to attend the examination can check the model of the exam and then download the admit card. Aspirants can refer to the official website of All India Management Association (AIMA) @ mat.aima.in to download the MAT Admit Card 2020.
- CBT: 29th January 2020 (Available Now)
- PBT: 11th February 2020 (Available Now)
Information Present On AIMA MAT 2020 Admit Card (Feb)
Soon after downloading the MAT Admit Card 2020, candidates need to verify all the details mentioned on it. If any of the information is printed wrong, then you must intimate that to the officials of the All India Management Association (AIMA).
- Name of the Applicant
- Father’s or Mother’s Name
- Candidate Date of Birth
- Time Duration of the Exam
- Examination Name
- Exam Date and Time
- Exam Centre Name and Code
- Applicant Photograph
- Category (ST/ SC/ BC & Other)
- Gender (Male/ Female)
- Applicant Roll Number
- Test Centre Address
- Essential instructions for the examination
- And the signature of candidate and exam counselor
Documents Required For MAT 2020
While attending the MAT 2020, all the candidates need to carry the below-mentioned documents for the MAT 2020. Remember, that these are for the identification purpose. So, keep in mind, with the hall ticket or any document the officials will no allow you in such a case.
- Ration Card
- Bank Passbook
- Aadhar Card
- Voter ID
- College ID
- Employee ID
- PAN Card
- Driving License
- The photograph on any ID Proof declared by the State or Central Government
- Any Authorised ID Proof Announced by Gazetted Officer
Steps To Download MAT Admit Card 2020
- Visit the official website of All India Management Association (AIMA) @ mat.aima.in
- Search for the appropriate link to MAT Admit Card 2020.
- Next, click on the link as soon as you find it.
- Enter your registration id and password generated during the registration process.
- Check your details like your name, father’s name, mother’s name, address of the examination hall, exam date, venue, registration id, photograph, etc.
- In case of, any mistakes quickly contact the higher officials through mat.aima.in mail.
- Download the Admit Card for future use.
- Do not forget to carry it to the examination center.
To download MAT Admit Card 2020 – CBT (Feb): Click Here – (Link Expired)
To download MAT Admit Card 2020 – PBT (Feb): Click Here – (Link Expired)
Therefore for more updates regarding MAT Admit Card Feb Session 2020 Download and AIMA MAT Hall Ticket, Exam Date keep visiting our website frequently. Also, these syllabus and previous papers help the aspirants to score more marks. Without wasting your time by searching them on various other sites aspirants can check our website FreshersNow for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need AIMA MAT Admit card during my MAT Exam?
Yes. It is a must for all the candidates to carry MAT Admit Card 2020 during the MAT 2020 Exam.
What is the CBT Exam Date?
The actual CBT Exam Date is 2nd February 2020 which is announced by All India Management Association (AIMA).
Is there any negative marking in AIMA MAT Exam?
The marking scheme for this test is 1 mark per every correct question and a negative marking of 0.25 marks per every incorrect answer.