MBA Admission Test 2011
The SCHEDULE for different processes / stages of MBA Admission Test 2011 is as follows :
1) LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF ONLINE APPLICATION FORM ON THE MONIRBA WEBSITE MIDNIGHT THURSDAY, JANUARY, 20, 2011
2) LAST DATE FOR POSTAL RECEIPT OF HARD COPY (PRINT-OUT) OF THE FORM MONDAY, JANUARY, 22, 2011
3) AVAILABILITY OF ONLINE ADMIT CARD TUESDAY, JANUARY, 25, 2011
4) DATE OF WRITTEN TEST SUNDAY, February, 6, 2011 (2:00 PM to 5:00 PM)
5) DATE OF GD/PI To be announced.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
The minimum qualification for admission to the MBA programme shall be graduation from a recognized Institution (Degree Course of at least three years duration with separate annual/semester examination system) from any stream. Students appearing in the final year examination of the undergraduate class shall also be permitted to apply, subject to the condition that they furnish their final graduation pass result not later than the specified date.
Provided that there shall be a deduction at the rate of 5% per year for each year elapsing since the year the candidate has passed his/her Graduation Examination, subject to a maximum deduction of 15% in the scores of the candidate in the Written Test and each Oral Test taken separately.
NO. OF SEATS
46 seats or as decided by the University Admission Committee.
Reservation of seats shall be as per University rules.
REQUIREMENT TO APPEAR FOR ADMISSION TEST
All applicants, except the foreign national applicants applying through the prescribed channel shall have to appear in the Admission Test.
The admission to the MBA course shall be based on Admission Test comprising of Written and Oral Tests. All tests shall be conducted only in English medium.
WRITTEN TESTS (600 MARKS):
The written tests shall judge applicants for proficiency in written communication, intelligence, propensity to observe facts and use them, propensity to grasp and use quantitative and scientific tools, general awareness, logical thinking, reasoning power, aptitude for management learning and practice, and maturity in terms of personality.
(i) Communication Ability in English 150 Marks
(ii) Aptitude and Reasoning 150 Marks
(iii) General Awareness 150 Marks
(iv); Quantitative Aptitude 150 Marks
Provided that there shall be negative marking for wrong answers, in pursuance of which, while 3 (THREE) marks will be awarded for every right answer and 1 (ONE) mark would be deducted for every wrong answer.
ORAL TESTS (100 MARKS):
The Oral tests shall comprise of the following :
Group Leadership (50 Marks)
The testing shall be done by grouping the applicants in viable groups and conducting discussion on chosen themes to test the applicant’s leadership ability, group behaviour, and adjustment with group dynamics.
Personal Interview (50 Marks)
FINAL LIST OF SELECTED CANDIDTATES:
The final list of selected candidates shall be drawn on the basis of the overall performance of the candidates in the Written and Oral Tests.
Provided that a candidate has to appear in all parts of the Written Tests and all the Oral Tests; thus, a candidate, who is, for whatsoever reason, absent at one or all the Oral Test(s) shall not be considered for final selection for admission.
Final result shall be declared on the official website of MONIRBA and displayed on the notice board of MONIRBA.
IN CASE OF TIE
While drawing the list of finally selected candidates a tie between two or more candidates securing identical score shall be decided as follows:
Score in the Written Test. In case of their being same,
Percentage Marks scored in Graduate Examination, In case of it being same,
Percentage Marks scored in Intermediate or its equivalent Examination, In case of it being same,
Percentage Marks scored in High School or its equivalent Examination. In case of it being same,
By drawing a lottery.
If a student fails to collect the intimation or deposit the fee by the required date normally he/she shall not be granted extension of time and the vacancy so created shall be filled up by the waiting list candidate in order of merit.
The written test shall be held at Allahabad, Bareilly, Delhi, Kolkata, and Patna
Application has to be made on-line on the official website: www.monirba.com
Hard Copy of the application form is to be submitted along with crossed Demand Draft by Speed-Post/Registered Post to:
The Coordinator (MBA Admissions),
Motilal Nehru Institute of Research and Business Administration,
Chatham Lines Campus,
University of Allahabad,
along with a crossed Demand Draft
of Rs. 1500/- (One thousand five hundred) only, drawn in favour on the
“Head, Motilal Nehru Institute of Research and Business Administration”, payable at Allahabad.
For details visit: http://www.monirba.com/information.php
About Allahabad University
Allahabad University, is a premier Central University located in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.
On September 23, 1887 the University of Allahabad, the fourth modern University of India after the Universities of Calcutta, Bombay and Madras (all established in 1857), was incorporated, on the pattern of its predecessors, as an Affiliating and Examining body. (The University of Punjab at Lahore, founded earlier in 1882, is now in Pakistan.) The headquarters of the University, i. e. Allahabad (known as Prayaga from hoary antiquity), had (apart from its ageless importance as the Tirtharaja) won renown in the pre-British period as a nucleus of learning (Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic and secular), governance and trade. The British cultivated the city, after wresting it from the Nawab of Awadh in 1801, as a key administrative, military and commercial centre, and made it the capital of the North-Western Provinces (except during 1836-58, when the capital was at Agra) and later of the United Provinces (UP). From the early years of British rule, the new kinds of professional and economic opportunities that developed here drew talents to the city from all over India. and by the mid-nineteenth century, Allahabad had emerged as a hub of traditional and modern intellectual and educational activities. From the 1870s, it also steadily grew in stature as a key node of nationalism in northern India. The establishment of the Muir Central College (MCC) here in 1872, as an affiliate of the University of Calcutta, placed the city on the map of modern higher education as well. Within a decade of its founding, the MCC had become second only to the Presidency College (Calcutta) in terms of the academic accomplishments of its teachers and students.
The repute of the MCC strengthened the claim of Allahabad to be the seat of the new University that was being planned to relieve the University of Calcutta of the burden of supervising education in northern and central India and to address the educational needs of the region in keeping with its special cultural flavour and social conditions. The University of Allahabad took over from the University of Calcutta an extensive territorial jurisdiction covering the present day States of Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, and the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra. Through its affiliated Colleges, the University provided graduate and Post-graduate instruction and (from the 1890s) opportunities for research in the Faculties of Arts, Science and Law, and later set up the Faculties of Engineering (in 1896, for a short period), Medicine (in1911, but the Faculty was disbanded in 1921, upon the transfer of King George’s Medical College to Lucknow University) and Commerce (in 1913). The University was also responsible for conducting the Matriculation (High School) and Intermediate Examinations in the vast territory assigned to it up to 1921, when this function was assigned to newly-established Boards of Secondary Education in UP and other Provinces.
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