ATMA Result 2017 – Association of Indian Management Schools has announced ATMA 2017 Result of exam held on 06 Aug 2017. Check ATMA Aug 2017 Result here. Also, result of previously held AIMS Test for Management Admissions can also be checked here. ATMA Scorecard is available online at candidate login.
Other than online printing of result and scorecard, hard copy of scorecard is not issued by AIMS separately. Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) is responsible for conduct of AIMS Test for Management Admission (ATMA) and declaration of its result. After ATMA result 2017 releases, admission can be obtained in institutes that accept scores. Result of ATMA 2017 is also valid for Maharashtra institutional level MBA seats in addition to all India level seats.
ATMA Result 2017
|ATMA Feb 2017|
|Date of exam||12 Feb 2017|
|Declaration of ATMA Result 2017 Feb||24 Feb 2017|
|ATMA May 2017|
|Date of exam||28 May 2017|
|Declaration of ATMA Result 2017 May||01 Jun 2017|
|ATMA Jun 2017|
|Date of exam||25 Jun 2017|
|Declaration of ATMA Result 2017 Jun||30 Jun 2017|
|ATMA Jul 2017|
|Date of exam||23 Jul 2017|
|Declaration of ATMA Result 2017 Jul||28 Jul 2017|
|ATMA Aug 2017|
|Date of exam||06 Aug 2017|
|Declaration of ATMA Result 2017 Aug||09 Aug 2017|
Result of AIMS ATMA 2017 of exam held on 06 Aug 2017 has been announced on 09 Aug 2017.
To check ATMA 2017 Result – Click here
How to check ATMA Result 2017?
The procedure to check result is similar to the one followed to download ATMA admit card. In order to check the result of AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA), candidate will be required to follow the simple steps given below.
- Go to the official AIMS ATMA website at www.atmaaims.com.
- Click on the link that refers to candidate log in.
- Enter PID, password corresponding to your exam date.
- Click on log in and check your result.
ATMA Scorecard – Score Report
Download ATMA scores from www.atmaaims.com. Enter login id and password received during registration (refer registration email). AIMS will not send hard copy of scores.
ATMA Score Report contains following details – Name, address, roll number, test date, percentile in quantitative skills, percentile in verbal skills, percentile in analytical reasoning, total scaled score for 800, overall percentile.
Percentile scores come from raw scores (scorecard only shows percentile). Percentile is arrived at by scaling scores of all test takers. Brochure defines scores as “The first three scores measure different constructs and are neither comparable nor can be added to each other. The scores can be easily interpreted, compared in each construct category and used for specific purposes. ATMA scores cannot be compared directly to other similar Test scores.”
For each correct or best answer, you will get a score of one. For any question not answered, a zero score will be given. A negative score will be given for a wrong or incorrect answer. For each incorrect answer, 0.25 point will be deducted. Thus, for four incorrectly answered questions, one mark will be subtracted from the total score.
ATMA Scores are valid in next academic year only.
Applying to colleges with ATMA Score
At time of filling up application form, there an option to indicate 5 institutions by mentioning correct numbers. AIMS sends scores to these institutions without additional charge. In addition, AIMS brings to note the importance of verifying AICTE recognition of institute and other credentials before taking admission. Being in participating institutes list of ATMA does not necessarily mean institute is verified.
Apply to institutes apart from 5 selected in application form
Write to ATMA Office directly indicating institutions to which AIMS should send scores; with a fee of Rs 100 per Institution applied for. ATMA Office sends scores within a week of receiving request. Check brochure (Annexure VI) and send it to the ATMA Office with requisite fees.
Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) Overview
The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) was formed in 1988 as a network of management schools in the country at the National Conference of the Heads of Management Education Institutions on “National Education Policy and its Implications for Management Education in the Country” held at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore in April 1988. AIMS has since grown into a powerful body of B-schools in the country with a membership of over six hundred Institutes. AIMS is one of the largest networks of management schools in the world.
The Mission of AIMS is to function as the professional association of management education concerned with quality of management, manpower training and development, management research, curriculum development and to take all such steps on its own or in collaboration with other agencies for the promotion of Management Education in India.
Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS)
D No:6-3-668/10/76, First Floor, Near Sri Kalyana Venkateshwara Temple, Durga Nagar Colony Punjagutta, Hyderabad 500082 Tel.No.Office:040-23417875/76.