KMAT - 2022 | Apply by April 21

Online applications for the first sessions of the Kerala Management Aptitude Test (KMAT - 2022) can be submitted till 10am on April 21. The website:

Instituted by the Kerala government, the KMAT is conducted by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations for admission to the MBA courses. The application fee of Rs 1000 can be remitted online; for candidates in the SC/ST category - Rs 750.

Candidates should have a Bachelor's Degree (minimum duration of three years) in arts, engineering, commerce or management field. Candidates should also comply with the minimum marks and other stipulations of the university to which applications are submitted. Students preparing for the final-year examinations can also apply. No age restrictions.

The computer-based test will be conducted at centres in all districts of Kerala on May 7. There will be 180 objective questions in the three-hour online entrance. 

The syllabus is based on the plus-two curriculum. Four marks for one question, while one mark will be deducted for an incorrect answer. 

Candidates should secure a minimum of 72 marks out of the total 720 marks to be eligible for admission to the various university departments, autonomous management institutions, and affiliated colleges  in Kerala. Candidates in the SC/ST or differently-abled category need to secure 54 marks to be eligible for admission. Procedures for submitting the application have been listed on the information bulletin on the site. 

Weightage for entrance test score - 80 per cent, group discussion - 10 per cent, and personal interview - 10 per cent.

Helpline - 0471 2525300

Be careful
If you search for KMAT on Google, you might get results of the KMAT conducted by the Karnataka government. Ensure that you are on Kerala's website and check for the details.


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