AIMS Test for Management Associations, popularly known as ATMA would be conducted on 26 July 2015. Association Of India Management Schools (AIMS) is conducting the exam for admissions to courses such as Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Post Graduate Diploma In Management (PGDM) at various institutes across India.
Admit cards for ATMA July 2015 exam have been released on 22 July 2015 at around 5 pm. The official website, from which the candidate can fetch their admit cards is www.atmaaims.com. Candidates must access the admit card from official website and take print out of it. Aspirants need to carry the admit cards along with them to the exam, otherwise they would not be allowed to enter the exam hall.
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Examination would start from 2pm and would go on till 5pm on Sunday, 26 July 2015. 4 August is said to be the tentative date for declaration of the test results. The competition among the candidates is considered to be very high for these professional courses. Marks obtained by students in the exam would be considered for admission. For different post graduate courses, AIMS conducts this ATMA test as single window, comprehensive test. Scoring and administration of this test would be carried out in a professional manner.
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Scores obtained by candidates indicate their ability and suitability of management subjects. Candidates would be given scores for verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, analysing, synthesising ability.
In the year 1988, Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) was established. AIMS is a non-profit organization and has 685 top management schools of national and international repute. It is also famous for being second largest network of management schools. It was formed as a network of management schools in the country at National Conference of Heads of the Management Education institutions on “National Education policy and its intimation for Management Education in the country” that took place at IIM, Bangalore. AIMS had grown into powerful B school in India with a membership that includes IIMs, ISB, Xavier institutes, SP Jain Institute of Management, and other top class schools.