IRMA Exam Pattern 2014 Structure of Paper and Qualifying Criteria Details
The Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA) is one of the renowned institutes for providing higher education in the field of Rural Management and other allied disciplines. The Institute announces and conducts a separate entrance exam for all the eligible wishing to participate in the concerned entrance exam. Every year lot of candidates from Gujarat and nearby states participates in the IRMA Admission Test to get selected in the concerned institute. The applicants who are preparing for the concerned exam should go through the details of paper pattern and expected cut offs from the information as given here below.
Name of Exam: IRMA Entrance Exam
Conducting Authority: Institute of Rural Management Anand
Courses of Admission: PGPM (Rural Management); PRM (Programme in Rural Management)/ FPRM
Eligibility for Exam:
The candidates should be graduation passed from any discipline with a minimum percentage of marks as prescribed by the Institute for this purpose.
Pattern of Exam & Syllabus for Study:
There shall be objective type paper having multiple choice questions on the following five main sections as given below:
Section I: Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
This section shall contain questions on the following –Fill in the Blanks, Sentence Correction, Paragraph Forming, Reading Comprehension and Close Passage based questions respectively
Section II: Quantitative Ability (25), Data Interpretation (20) & Data Sufficiency (5)
Under this section, there will be 4 short questions in DI and 2 sets of long questions in DI for the applicants to solve within the given time frame which is 40 Minutes for a total of 30 Questions respectively.
Section III: Reasoning
This section shall contain questions on controversy based on Strong /Weak Argument and Implications respectively. This shall also include questions on DS (Data Sufficiency) to be solved in the given time as specified for this purpose.
Section IV: Issues on Social Concern
It includes questions on agriculture, rural economy, peoples and places in news, World Trade Organizations and the like.
Total Number of Questions: 200
Total Time Allotted: 2 Hours
As there are five options per question, hence, the candidates should choose the most correct one. The correct answers would fetch one mark per question to the applicants while the wrong answers shall deduct the one –fourth marks per question from the total score gained by the applicants respectively.
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