Study With The Best, Take Up KIITEE Management Exam 2012 For A Promising Career
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) is a popular name in the education sector offering both engineering and management courses to its students. Every year many students take their entrance test named KIITEE for selecting candidates for its management and engineering courses. The paper is a tough one and is difficult to crack. Candidates can be selected on the basis of CAT, MAT, XAT, IRMA, TISS and CMAT apart from KIITEE management exam 2012 which would be followed by a group discussion and personal interview.
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Management courses offered
• MBA – rural management
• MBA – agribusiness management
• MBA – 2 year full time residential program
Eligibility for KIIT Management Entrance:
For MBA in agribusiness management and rural management one must be a graduate and have at least 50% aggregate marks in graduation
For candidates opting for a full time two year program the criteria for eligibility is a bit different. They must have completed graduation with an aggregate of 50% or equivalent CGPA. They should have completed 15 years of education (10+2+3). Candidates who would be studying in final year and would get their results by mid 2012 can also apply.
Application Procedure for KIITEE Management Exam 2012
• For online application the payment can be made by bank transfer and credit card as is feasible to the candidate.
• If applying offline then a DD should be made of Rs.750. The application form and the DD should be sent to the KIIT University Bhubaneswar.
The paper contains a total of 150 questions. There are 5 different types of questions asked in the paper, 40 questions of quantitative ability, 30 questions for English, 20 questions on social concern, 40 questions based on analytical reasoning and 20 questions to test your general knowledge.
How to prepare
To prepare for the sections of general knowledge and issues of social concern one must read magazines, newspapers and other competitive books. English section can be prepared easily by practicing the basics of grammar and synonyms. If prepared well then you won’t find it too tough.