Today state level MBA entrance exams are a popular choice for the MBA aspirants MBAuniverse.com has got the details of some of these state level MBA entrance exams like MAH-CET (maharashtra), GCET (Gujarat), RMAT (Rajasthan) and MP-NET (Madhya-Pradesh). Given below are the complete details of PMET, the Punjab Management Entrance Test.
PMET is conducted by Punjabi University, Patiala on the behalf of Government of Punjab. There are few institutes that accept the scores of PMET, theses institutes are- Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjabi University, Patiala and Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar.
For admission in MBA, you should have a Bachelor’s Degree with minimum 50% marks from a well-known university or institute. For admission in MBA program through MET, 85% are reserved for the residents of Punjab State and 15% are open for the candidates of the other state of India.
The exam has four sections in total. These sections are- Mental and Numerical Ability, General Knowledge, General English and Business Aptitude. The test is divided into two parts and duration of the first half is 2 hours and 15 minutes and second half has 45 minutes. Separate papers are given for these two parts. Separate papers are given for these two parts.
Highlights of PMET 2010
The difficulty level of the PMET 2010 paper was easy to moderate. In section Mental and Numerical Ability there are questions on Percentages, averages, Ratio, Number Series, Data Interpretation and Analytical Puzzles and Deductions. However, the general knowledge section is the easiest of all; the questions are based current affairs and static General Knowledge. English section in the test is moderate with questions on English usage, Vocabulary and grammar. Business Aptitude section is also easy to do; there are questions on brand ambassadors and their endorsements and brand ownerships. Other question types were expansion of acronyms like BSE, NDIR, CBDT and locations of IISc, NIPER, and BARC.