DU BMS CET 2018
Eligibility Criteria
The University of Delhi [DU] Bachelor of Management Studies Common Entrance Team was first known as DU BMS CET and has now been renamed as DU JAT– the Delhi University Joint Admission Test. This allows an entrance exam for admission of students to all the 6 Delhi University colleges, offering the BMS courses

Applicants are required to have cleared the Senior Secondary School Certificate or CBSE or any other exams recognised by DU University of Delhi.

Percentage of marks required are: General/OBC: atleast 60%, minimum for SC/ST: 50%, CW/PWD: minimum 54%.

Admissibility criterion varies according to the courses by various colleges under DU which conduct their respective admission tests through the DU JAT.

DU BMS CET 2017 Exam Pattern
SECTION QUESTION MARKS ALLOTTED
Quantitative Aptitude 30 90
Logical Reasoning 30 90
Verbal Ability 30 90
General Awareness 30 90
Total Questions: 120 Total Marks: 360

The exam is conducted in a span of two hours and it is an objective type test so you have to think quick. You have to answer 120 multiple choice questions adding up to 360 marks. The 4 sections in the exam, are characterized as Quantifiable Ability, Cognitive & Logical Ability, General English and Business & General Awareness. Every correct answer awards you with 3 marks and there is a negative marking of 1 mark for each incorrect answer.

There are several online forums with sample question papers to help you to prepare for entrance exam.

DU JAT 2017 Exam Dates
Online registration will start from Dates
Online registration will start from May, 2017
Last date of Registration May, 2017
Admit card is available to download 1st week of June, 2017
The DU JAT 2017 entrance exam would be conducted in June, 2017
Results will be announced by July, 2017
Counseling process will start by 1st week of July, 2017