The programmes that NMAT covers for admission this year include: two- year full- time MBA, MBA ( Banking), MBA ( Capital Market), MBA ( HR), and MBA ( Pharmaceutical Management) at Mumbai campus and 2- year full- time PGDM at Bangalore and Hyderabad campuses.
Students of foreign countries and Persons of Indian Origin need not take NMAT, however their GMAT score will be considered for admission.
The registered applicants of NMAT 2014 will be able to take an online test between October 5 to December 18, with a choice of two more retakes after first attempt.
A large number of students also take other management entrance tests such as NMAT
( for the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Sciences, Mumbai), IRMA ( Insti- tute of Rural Management Anand), XAT ( XLRI Jamshedpur's Aptitude Test) and SNAP ( Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) and they cover more or less the same topics," says Vairagkar.