JEMAT 2017: Written Exam Result Declared

JEMAT 2017 result has been declared.

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JEMAT 2017: Written Exam Result Declared

JEMAT 2017 Written Exam Result Declared, Check At jemat.eadmissions.net


New Delhi:  Written exam results for Joint Entrance Management Aptitude Test (JEMAT) 2017 has been declared. The state level eligibility test conducted by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology West Bengal (MAKAUTWB) was held on 16 July 2017. MAKAUTWB, formerly known as West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT) conducts the exam every year to grant admission to different PG Diploma programmes offered by both government and private management institutions in the State. The official website mentions that JEMAT 2017 result will be declared around 21 July 2017.

A total of 758 candidates have made it to the GD/ PI level which will be held at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, BF – 142, Salt Lake, Sector I, Kolkata – 700064 Near Tank No. 5 and adjacent to Salt Lake swimming pool.

The question paper comprised of 100 questions in total and consisted of questions related to General English, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning.

How to check JEMAT 2017 result?

  • Go to the official website at jemat.eadmissions.net
  • Click on the result link
  • Enter the details asked for
  • Submit the details
  • Get the result

JEMAT 2017 was held for admission to MBA/ MHA/ AICTE approved PG Diploma programmes and the minimum eligibility criteria was bachelor's degree in Arts, science, commerce, engineering, technology, medical, dental, agriculture or any other professional courses from recognized universities.

Meanwhile WBUT will declare Post Graduate Entrance Test (PGET) rank list on 27 July. Candidates can check the same at wbut.ac.in. Counselling for admission to PG programmes will begin on 1 August.

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