ATMA 2017: The Association of Indian Management School (AIMS) conducts its national level test- AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) for admissions to the Post-graduate programmes in Management programmes (MBA, PGDM, PGDBA, MCM, MCA, etc.) across its participating institutes. ATMA is a single window entrance exam. ATMA 2017 tests are scheduled to be conducted thrice in the year on February 12, May 28, and July 23, 2017, in paper and computer based modes, respectively. After the conduct of ATMA February 2017, the application process for ATMA May 2017 has started from February 20. Candidates can check here all the details about ATMA 2017 exam such as dates, eligibility criteria, application form, exam pattern, admit card, result, cutoff, etc.
Latest: ATMA May 2017 Application Process has started.
All about ATMA 2017
Exam Name: AIMS Test for Management Admissions
Commonly Known as: ATMA
Exam Type: Post Graduate
Conducting Body: Association of Indian Management School (AIMS)
The officials have only announced the test dates.Candidates can check below the important dates for ATMA May 2017:
ATMA 2017 Important Dates
Date of Commencement of Registration
February 20, 2017
Start of Distribution of ATMA Bulletins
March 1, 2017
Close of Distribution of ATMA Bulletins
May 18, 2017
Date of Closure of Registration
May 20, 2017
Last date for Reprint of filled-in Application Form
May 24, 2017
Downloading of Admit Cards
May 25, 2017
ATMA May 2017
May 28, 2017
ATMA May 2017 Result
June 5, 2017
ATMA July Exam 2017
July 23, 2017
AIMS has prescribed the eligibility criteria for ATMA 2017. The eligibility norms are as follow:
Graduates from a recognised university or institute are eligible to apply for ATMA
Applicants should pursue Bachelor's Degree in any discipline
Final year candidates can also apply for the test.
The application form for ATMA May 2017 is available from February 20. The distribution of ATMA bulletin will start from March 1, 2017. The application forms are available via both online and offline modes. Eligible candidates could fill the application form and register for the test in any of the modes. For an offline application process, candidates have to fill the application form and submit. Take a print out of the filled up application form and send it to AIMS office. The application fee for both online and offline modes was Rs. 1,100.
ATMA has six sections on three areas with total 180 questions to be answered by the students. The total duration of the test is three hours, and there is no sectional time limit. Each section will have 30 questions to be answered. The detailed test pattern is provided in the table below.
ATMA Exam Pattern
Number of Questions
Analytical Reasoning Skills
Analytical Reasoning Skills
The admit card or the hall ticket for ATMA 2017 May test will be available from May 25, 2017. Only registered candidates can download ATMA 2017 admit card. It is important for the candidates to download and present the admit card at the time of the test, failing to which a candidate will not be allowed to appear in the test.
ATMA Test Centres 2017
ATMA is conducted in the following Test centres:
Ahmedabad (Gandhi Nagar)
The officials have announced the ATMA 2017 result of February test on February 24, 2017. ATMA May 2017 result will be declared on or around June 5, 2017 by visiting the official website.
ATMA Cutoff 2017
A cutoff is the minimum marks required by the candidates to get a shortlist call for further admission process. The ATMA 2017 cutoff will be announced by ATMA participating institutes on their respective websites. The cutoff marks depend on various factors like difficulty level, number of test takers, and number of seats offered by the B-schools.
ATMA Participating Institutes 2017
The list of total ATMA 2017 participating institutes has not been announced yet. Around 200 B-schools in India will accept ATMA scores for admissions to their management programmes. After the announcement of the results, candidates will have to apply in different Participating Institutes of ATMA and follow their selection process to avail final admission.
After the result, the B-schools accepting ATMA scores will release the shortlist of candidates for the next rounds of admission. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the Group Discussion (GD) and or Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. The final merit list will be prepared based on the ATMA scores, performance in GD/WAT-PI rounds and overall academic profile of the candidates.
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