Now MAT Score/Result of last 5 administrations are available online. B-schools/Universities who are accepting MAT scores for facilitating the admission to their MBA/Allied programmes are advised to verify the MAT score submitted by the candidates from 1. AIMA Website 2. AIMA office through e-mail 3. MAT Score can be checked/verified by candidate name on the link -



Welcome to All the New Students of Jan 2020 batch!

As you orient yourself to the programme, it is important to note down the following important information and requirements of the programme during Jan-June 2020 session.

  • Study Material :

    Study materials are dispatched by AIMA to your respective nodal centres/study centres. This would include One Self Instructional Material (SIM) for each of the subjects. Topics given under the “Content” in each SIM is the syllabus. Normally the content covered in the SIM is sufficient from the exam point of view. However, it is advisable to refer text books/e-text books/materials available on the relevant topics on internet, for better learning.

    Also, to have the latest examples and update on industrial practices, it is a good to get into the habit of reading Business News Magazines, Journals, News papers. Also, watching TV Business News Channels like CNBC TV18, ET, Zee Business, Bloomberg TV etc. is advisable.

  • AIMA Student Identity Card :

    Each student is issued an AIMA Student Identity Card. I card has the unique registration number allotted to each student. This registration number should be mentioned in all your communication with AIMA. This registration number is valid for all the modules/semesters.

    Now students can download their Identity Cards from Student Portal. Students are advised to take the good color print of their AIMA student Identity Card and must get it laminated.

  • Compulsory Attendance

    PGDM and PGDITM students are provided 12 Hrs per subject of Classroom Teaching. Students are required to attend minimum 50% of the classes for each subject to be eligible to write the term end exam. PGCM students are also provided with classes however, they are not necessarily required to fulfill the attendance criteria.

  • Class Participation Grade

    PGDM and PGDITM students are graded on their actual class participation. Class participation is constructive involvement of students in class discussions and presentations. The weightage assigned to Class Participation is 10%.

  • Assignments


ONLINE assignments for current semester students who have taken admission / progression in January-June 2020 session, are available for all Programmes (EXCEPT ACM Programme) are being reflected in the Students' Portal. These assignments are objective type and there are two assignments for each subject.

  • Term End Examination

    Each student of PGDM, PGDITM and PGCM are required to submit the exam fee by 15th April 2020 through student portal link

    Examinations are scheduled on dates from 18th June to 28th June 2020.You need to check your exact exam dates and timings on AIMA website by 10th June 2020.

    Last but not the least, visit the AIMA website for more detailed information and updates of information on the above.

    For any support or further information, you may write in to The Manager-Student Support at AIMA via e-mail at