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MUCMET II 2017 – University of Mumbai is offering admission to the Integrated BMS-MBA course for the academic year 2017-18 at the University of Mumbai, Thane Sub Campus. The admission shall be based on All India Merit Rank of Mumbai University Common Management Entrance test II (MUCMET II). Candidates can read the complete details regarding admission to the Integrated BMS-MBA course through MUCMET II 2017 such as application form, eligibility criteria, entrance test fee etc. on this page.
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MUCMET II 2017
Candidates who are eligible and read the instruction carefully which is given here can fill their Application form. Entrance Exam will be conducted in the month of June 2017.
Schedule for MUCMET II 2017 – Mumbai University Common Management Entrance Test is given here.
|Last date for submission of duly filled Application Forms||23 Jun 2017|
|Date of MUCMET II 2017||27 Jun 2017|
|Time of MUCMET II 2017||11:00 am to 1:00 pm|
MUCMET Result 2017
Mumbai University Common Management Entrance Test Result has been declared, Which is also provided below for the sake of candidates. Exam was held on 27 June 2017.
The admission shall be based only on All India Merit Rank of Mumbai University Common Management Entrance Test (MUCMET) for Integrated Management Programme.
To be eligible to appear in MUCMET II 2017 –
- Higher Secondary School Certificate / Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent certificate from a recognised Board.
- Minimum 45% aggregate (40% aggregate in case of Reserved category) from Science, Commerce, Arts or any other stream / discipline.
- Below 20 years of age as on 27th June, 2017 for MUCMET applicants (22 years in case of Reserved category and PWD candidates)
- 85% of the seats shall be reserved for the students qualified and domiciled in Maharashtra.
Applicants are required to produce this card with photo intact at the time of the Written test.
Entrance Test Details
Test Duration: 120 Minutes (2 Hours)
Number of Questions: 50
Maximum Marks: 100
The Test follows a Multiple Choice – Objective Questions format.
There are Four (4) Sections:
- Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Logical / Abstract Reasoning
- General Awareness
Contents of the Sections of the Entrance Test:-
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: This section tests your English language skills through Reading Comprehension or Passages with questions based on their content, Grammar, Vocabulary, Sentence completion, Synonyms, Antonyms, Choice of appropriate words, phrases, expressions, etc.
Quantitative Aptitude: This section checks how accurately and quickly you can perform Numerical calculations, solve Arithmetic problems involving Averages, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Quantitative Reasoning, Interpretation of numerical tables, graphs, charts, etc.
Logical / Abstract Reasoning: This section measures how quickly and accurately you can think logically and work on Data Interpretation and questions based on figures, graphs, diagrams, etc.
General Awareness: This section assesses your understanding on Current Affairs, Business, Industry, General Knowledge, etc.
- You are advised to bring with you on the day of Entrance Test, the Hall Ticket with your recent Passport-size photographs (duly signed) affixed thereon.
- Indicate your Seat No. on your Test Booklet and Seat No. etc. on the Answer Sheet, as soon you get them from the Supervisor.
- It is a Multiple Choice – Objective Questions format, with each question having Four (4) answer options, i.e., A, B, C and D. Select the most appropriate answer and mark it on the Answer Sheet provided to you.
- Use Black or Blue ball point pen only to mark answers by darkening / filling one circle amongst the four options provided for each question.
- All questions are compulsory.
- There is no sectional cut-off.
- Use the Blank Page in the Test Booklet to do rough work. No rough work is allowed on the Answer Sheet.
- For each correct answer →+1 mark and for each incorrect answer → -0.25 marks.
- Any extra pencil or pen marking, incompletely or incorrectly filled circles, multiple (more than one) answers, scratching, over-writing, tick-marking etc. is not allowed.
- Submit the Test Booklet along with the Answer Sheet after completing the examination. If you fail to submit the same, your Answer Sheet shall not be assessed.
- Use of calculators, mobile phones or any electronic gadgets is not allowed in the Examination Hall. Anyone found using the same is liable to be disqualified.
- Candidates resorting to any unfair or malpractices shall be liable for disciplinary action taken by the Competent Authority.
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