Exam Detail

NMET NALSAR Management Entrance Test

  • Test Level-: State Level
  •     Eligibility-: Graduation
  • Duration-:2 Hours
  • Stream-: Management
  • Medium-: English
  • Examination Mode-: Offline
  • Total Questions-: 120

MICAT 2017 –  The phase 2 of MICA Aptitude Test (MICAT) was conducted on February 12, 2017, for admission to MICA’s Post Graduate Diploma in Management – Communication (PGDM-C). On February 22, 2017, the MICAT 2017 result-cum-scorecard has been announced. The result is available online and the candidates can download their MICAT scorecard 2017 by accessing the link given here below. Now, the Institute will prepare the GE & PI shortlist on the basis of MICAT I and II score, and will announce it on February 23, 2017. These shortlisted candidates will be required to appear for the Group Exercise (GE) and Personal Interview (PI) at MICA, Ahmedabad on March 09, 10 and 11, 2017 and in other cities from March 17 to 20, 2017. MICA will announce the final result on March 31, 2017. 

Eligibility Criteria 

Before applying for MICA Admission test, the candidates must make sure that they are eligible for the test. If they will fail to fulfill the eligibility norms, then their candidature will be cancelled. Check the list of eligibility criteria that a candidate must meet in order to be considered eligible to appear for the test –

  1. The candidates must be a graduate (must have compiled with the 10+2+3 system) from any recognized University.
  2. The candidates appearing in the final year of their qualifying programme can also apply.
  3. The candidates must have a valid CAT 2016, XAT 2017 or GMAT (2015 onward) score.

MICAT Exam Pattern 

The entrance test for MICA will be held in a Computer Based format with both subjective and objective questions. The test will be challenging the candidate’s logical reasoning, analytical, verbal ability, General Awareness and divergence of thinking skills. MICAT will have a special kind if test known as the Psychometric test. The MICAT paper will comprise of two booklets, which have been detailed below – 

  1. Test Booklet 1 – This booklet contains two parts, Part 1 and Part 2. The first part will contain around 100-120 questions (MCQs). There is a negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer. Part 2 contains a total of 2 descriptive questions.
  2. Test Booklet 2 – There is a total of 3 sections and the questions are descriptive in nature. Here, the candidates are required to complete all the questions as failing to which the answer sheet will not be evaluated. 

How to Apply for NMET 

  • Fill in the MBA Application Form for 2017-19. The same is also available for download or filled in online from the given above link https://cms.nalsar.ac.in/apply/


  • Attach the Demand Draft of Rs.1100/- (Rs.800/- for SC/ ST/ PWD) drawn in favour of ‘Registrar, Nalsar MBA A/c’ payable at Hyderabad


  • Attach one page Statement of Purpose (SOP) including personal career goals not exceeding 500 words as to why you want to join this course


  • The S.O.P has to be TYPED (Font - Times New Roman, Size - 12 and 1.5 lines spacing) and the name of the candidate should be mentioned along with their signature


  • Attach Self-Attested copy of the marks statement of 10th Standard


  • Attach a Self-Attested Copy of the statement of marks of the qualifying exam and the Degree Certificate (i.e. an exam equivalent to Graduation)


  • In case of grades, conversion of grades to percentage issued by the University/ College is to be enclosed


  • Attach a copy of Score Card/ admit card/ registration card of CAT 2016/ XAT-2017/ GMAT/ GRE Caste Certificate/ Disability Certificate wherever applicable


  • Send the duly filled-in Application Form along with the relevant documents to “The Registrar, NALSAR University of Law, Justice City, Shameerpet, Hyderabad-500101 Telangana” mentioning ‘MBA Application Form 2017-19’ on the top of the envelope


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Give yourself the best chance with these top ten study tips.

  1. Give yourself enough time to study. Don't leave it until the last minute. 
  2. Organize your study space. 
  3. Use flow charts and diagrams. 
  4. Practice on old exams. 
  5. Explain your answers to others. 
  6. Organize study groups with friends. 
  7. Take regular breaks. 
  8. Snack on 'brain food'

MICAT Cutoff 

After the announcement of result, MICA will determine the MICAT 2017 cutoff after considering various factors such as difficulty level of exam, number of candidates who took the test, previous year cutoff etc. The cutoff is basically the minimum marks taken as base by the Institute and only candidates obtaining equal to or more score than the cutoff will only be considered for shortlisting. 

Intake :

Total number of seats 60 (sixty) with the following distribution:

(General – 40, Scheduled Caste (15percent) – 09, Scheduled Tribe (7.5percent) – 04, Persons with Disability (3percent) – 02, Foreign Nationals / Industry Sponsored – 05).


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