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MBA ADMISSIONS
2014
Single Application Form, Single GD/PI round and a Unified Admission Process for admission to MBA colleges after the written test.
  MANAGEMENT JOINT
PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT TEST
The Student Registration is open for the students residing in INDIAAFGHANISTANBAHRAINBANGLADESHBHUTANMALAYSIAMALDIVESMAURITIUSNEPALNIGERIAOMANQATARSAUDI ARABIASRI LANKA and UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 
Single
Application Form
The single M-JPAT Application Form is processed for admission to all the associated MBA colleges. The process seeks to relieve the student from the burden of filling up individual college application forms.

The cost of M-JPAT Application Form for Indian students is Rs 1,900/- and for International students the application cost is Rs 3,000/- (approx US $ 50).

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Single
GD and PI process
All registered students need to appear for one common GD-PI process as a part of the personality Assessment Round. Students with a valid written test score of CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAT, ATMA or GMAT are eligible for the M-JPAT process.

M-JPAT does not conduct a written test.

The process will be conducted at 65 locations in India and select cities in neighbouring countries.
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Common
Admission Process
The Personality Assessment Round will be followed by Final Selection and Admission Process to various programs of the associated colleges.

It is a one stage-online process.





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