Anu Parthiban|Jan 18, 2023
JEMAT 2022 cycle 2 exam to be conducted today; Check do's and don’ts
JEMAT 2022 cycle 2 exam is taking place today. The exam conducting body has issued guidelines for candidates to be followed at the JEMAT examination centre.
NEW DELHI- Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), West Bengal will conduct JEMAT 2022 (cycle 2) entrance exam today in online mode. Those candidates who have registered successfully registered and paid the application fee for the JEMAT cycle 2 can appear for the entrance test. Candidates should not forget to carry their JEMAT admit card along with one valid photo ID proof to the JEMAT examination centre.
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It is mandatory for candidates to follow all the exam day instructions which are laid down by the exam authority. There will be a total of 50 questions from three sections namely- English, Mathematics, and Logical Reasoning. Candidates will get a total of 60 minutes (1 hour) to solve the entire JEMAT question paper.
JEMAT (cycle 2) 2022- Exam details
Number of sections
Total number of questions
JEMAT (cycle 2) exam duration
Type of questions
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
JEMAT (cycle 2) exam 2022- Do’s
Reach the JEMAT 2022 exam centre as per mentioned reporting time on the admit card to avoid last minute hassle.
Carry a printed copy of the JEMAT (cycle 2) admit card along with one of the following valid photo ID proof.
Voter ID card
Show your admit card and ID proof to the exam invigilator at the entrance of JEMAT exam center.
Cooperate with the JEMAT exam invigilator in the frisking process.
At the examination centre, follow all the guidelines pertaining to COVID 19 such as maintaining social distancing, wearing a face mask, and sanitizing your hands.
As you get the JEMAT question paper, read all the exam instructions carefully.
JEMAT (cycle 2) exam- Don’ts
Do not carry any electronic gadgets/ devices to the JEMAT exam centre such as a digital or smartwatch, mobile phones, calculator, etc.
Do not carry any stationary item such as a piece of paper or notebook inside the JEMAT examination hall. Else, it will be confiscated.
Do not leave the examination hall till the exam invigilator advises.
Joint Entrance Management Aptitude Test is also known as JEMAT is a state-level examination that is conducted for admission to the postgraduate management programmes offered by various MBA institutes in West Bengal.
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