Training and learning services company Aptech will be conducting the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) mandated by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) from September 27 to October 1

More centres

According to a press release, encouraged by the glitch-free process last year, the project duration has been reduced from nine days to five this year. The number of cities where the examination will be conducted have been increased to 64, which means there will be more centres.

The release also quoted AICTE Chairperson S.S. Mantha as saying: “This format allows students to save time, energy and money by institutionalising online testing. We will consider the best of two scores between the CMAT held in September/October and the next, some time later for admissions in academic year 2013-2014.”

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