Kerala KMAT Syllabus 2023 : KMAT exam pattern and selection process 2023 is given in detail in the official notification. KMAT is a multiple-choice test to check the ability of candidates in different topics. The medium of the test is English and is conducted for a duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes. KMAT Kerala Syllabus is similar to other national-level MBA entrance tests like CAT and CMAT and the test will have questions under four sections.
The official notification for KMAT 2023 will be released by the Admission Supervisory Committee on the 3rd week of August 2022. Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies (KUFOS) will conduct the KMAT Kerala exam in the first week of December 2022. Candidates can refer good preparation books and previous year question papers to score better. The past question papers are given on the home page of KMAT 2023 to help the applicants.
KMAT Important Dates
Here are some actual dates and tentative dates after submission of the application that the applicants should remember:
|Kerala KMAT Description||First Cycle Dates||Second Cycle Dates|
|Notification||3rd week of Aug 2022||2nd week of March 2023|
|Last Date to Apply||2nd week of Nov 2022||Last week of June 2023|
|Release of Admit Card||last week of Nov 2022||June 2023|
|Date of KMAT 2023||1st week of Dec 2022||1st week of July 2023|
|Release of Answer Key||Last week of Dec 2022||July 2023|
|Window for challenging answer key||One day||one day|
|Release of Results||Jan 2023||July 2023|
|Issue of Scorecard||A day or two after the release of results||A day or two after the release of results|
KMAT Kerala Exam Pattern 2023
- The KMAT 2023 Test will be conducted for a duration of 150 minutes
- The questions will be in English in MCQ Format
- There will be 180 questions in total divided into four sections with each question carrying 4 marks
- It is conducted as a pen-and-paper-based test.
- There will be a negative mark of one mark for every wrong answer.
Here is the table to help candidates gain a clear understanding of the pattern of KMAT 2023:
|Section Name||Number of Questions||Marks For the Section|
|General Knowledge & Contemporary Business Scenario||40||160|
|Data Sufficiency & Logical Reasoning||40||160|
|English Language & Reading Comprehension||50||200|
KMAT Kerala Syllabus
The section-wise Kerala KMAT Syllabus 2023 is as follows.
General Knowledge & Contemporary Business Scenario
- Current affairs of national and international economics
- Trade awareness
- Social developments
- Personalities in News
Data Sufficiency & Logical Reasoning
- Data Arrangements
- Blood relations
- Pie chart
- Data Sufficiency
- Venn Diagram
- Combination of graphs
- Line Graph
- Bar Graph
- Height & Distance
- Trigonometric Ratios
- Maxima and Minima
- Mensuration of Areas & Volumes
- Permutation & Combination
- Sequence & Series
- Theory of Equations
- Time, Speed & Distance
- Quadratic Equations
- Percentages & Averages
- Geometric Progression
- Partnership (Accounts)
- Work & Time
- Profit &Loss
- Number System
- Ratios & Proportions
- HCF & LCM
English Language & Reading Comprehension
- Fact Inference Judgement
- Para Jumbles
- Antonym & Synonym
- Critical Reasoning
- Fill in the Blanks
- Word Usage
- Reading Comprehension
KMAT Kerala Exam Date
For the admission of students to the MBA course in colleges and B-Schools in Kerala for the academic year 2023-22, the KMAT 2023 first cycle will be conducted in the 1st week of Dec 2022 and second cycle of KMAT 2022 exam will be held in July 2023.
KMAT Kerala Selection Process
- Based on the performance of candidates in KMAT 2023, candidates will be shortlisted for group discussion and interview.
- The weightage ratio for the entrance exam, GD, and interview are 80:10:10 respectively.
- Based on the rank list published by the convening authority, candidates will get admission to the participating institutions for which they have applied separately.
- KMAT Result 2023
About KMAT 2023
Kerala Management Admission Test is conducted two times a year, once in December and the second in July. Candidates, who could not score well in the first cycle, can take up the improvement examination in June along with other candidates freshly applying for the June examination. Even though they have taken the first cycle exam, candidates planning to take up the second cycle exam again will have to apply separately.
In addition to KMAT, management colleges in Kerala also consider CAT and CMAT scores for admission of students to the MBA course. However, MAT Score is not considered valid by B-Schools in Kerala. So, if a candidate has a MAT Score, he/she will have to take up KMAT. If he/she has a CAT/CMAT score, there is no need to take up KMAT. They can apply to management colleges in Kerala with their CAT/CMAT Score.
KMAT Kerala FAQs
Q. Will I Get The Admit Card For KMAT Exam by Post?
A. No, you will not get it to by post. You will have to download it from the official website of KMAT. You can continue checking the website after submission of the application and before the date of examination. Once, the admit card is released, you will find a link on the home page. You can get the admit card to your system by providing your application number and password and then, you can take a print out of it.
Q. In The Case Of Any Issues With The Exam Process, What Can I Do?
You can contact the helpline numbers at 0471-2335133/8547255133. Even, you can get help by sending your email query to firstname.lastname@example.org. The head office of KMAT is located at Vazhuthacaud in Thiruvananthapuram. You can get in touch with this helpline for any issues like the inability to download scorecard, non-receipt of unique ID, etc.