Delhi University will conduct its Joint Admission Test (JAT) on June 22 from 8-10 a.m. in 18 cities across the country for admission to Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) and BA (Honours) Business Economics.
There are 1,147 seats in the three courses and admission will be based on the candidate’s performance in the entrance test and class 12th results. The weightage given to the results of the test will be 65% and 35% weightage will be given to board score.
The test will have 100 MCQ questions, each right answer will carry 4 marks, a negative mark will be given for a wrong answer, and no marks will be awarded for an unattempted question. The questions will cover quantitative ability, reasoning, analytical ability, general English, business and general awareness.
The three courses are designed in a manner that they allow the student to enter the field of management from an early stage. Students who wish to pursue BMS can become financial analysts, data interpreters and financial researchers after they graduate. Students pursuing BBA (FIA) can go for jobs in fund management and financial management.
The result will be followed by a merit list that provides students with a clear idea of the college they’ve been selected into.