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 https://mat.aima.in/may20/mat-result-login 2. AIMA office through e-mail mat@aima.in 3. MAT Score can be checked/verified by candidate name on the link - https://mat.aima.in/result-check/

AIMA to conduct MAT through remote proctoring

The Economic Times

AIMA to conduct MAT through remote proctoring

The Economic Times, May 4, 2020

MUMBAI: All India Management Association (AIMA) has introduced the option of Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in remote proctoring keeping in mind the social distancing requirement post Covid 19. Candidates can appear for the test from their homes subject to certain norms, if they have a computer with webcam and internet connectivity conforming to the technical specifications, according to a statement by AIMA.

“Given that social distancing will be a norm in the foreseeable future, remote proctoring of examinations and tests is the way forward,” said AIMA Director General Rekha Sethi. “For students and recruiters both – it is secure, with AI based live proctoring by invigilators and you can take it from the safety of your home anytime,” she added.

The All India Management Association (AIMA) is the apex body for management in India with over 37000 members and close to 6000 corporate/institutional members through 68 local management associations affiliated to it.

MAT is a standardized test being administered by AIMA to facilitate Business Schools (B-Schools) to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programs.

The Corona virus outbreak and subsequent lockdown had earlier prompted AIMA to postpone MAT from May to June.

Unlike in the traditional modes where the candidates are being proctored in the controlled environment of a test room, in the remote proctoring mode of testing the candidates would be proctored using Artificial Intelligence (AI) based tools, an AIMA statement said. The reliability of these tools are tested and proven across by successful conduct of many such high stakes tests internationally. Candidates who are found to be contravening the pre-specified behavioral norms for such tests would first be warned, and if repeating the offence, even disqualified, according to the statement.

AIMA is putting in all the required efforts to ensure successful execution of the test by deploying robust software and practices. There will also be a series of mock tests at a nominal extra fee so that the candidates have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with this new mode of testing before appearing for the actual test.

AIMA will make the technology available for descriptive tests conducted by it across India for the students enrolled for its distance education management programs such as the PGDM, PGDITM, etc.

AIMA is also opening up this technology to help corporates with their recruitments going forward.

AIMA to conduct MAT through remote proctoring

Newsclick.in, May 4, 2020

MUMBAI: All India Management Association (AIMA) has launched the choice of Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in remote proctoring maintaining in thoughts the social distancing requirement put up Covid 19. Candidates can seem for the take a look at from their houses topic to sure norms, if they’ve a pc with webcam and web connectivity conforming to the technical specs, in accordance to a press release by AIMA.

“Given that social distancing will be a norm in the foreseeable future, remote proctoring of examinations and tests is the way forward,” stated AIMA Director General Rekha Sethi. “For students and recruiters both – it is secure, with AI based live proctoring by invigilators and you can take it from the safety of your home anytime,” she added.

The All India Management Association (AIMA) is the apex physique for administration in India with over 37000 members and shut to 6000 company/institutional members through 68 native administration associations affiliated to it.

MAT is a standardized take a look at being administered by AIMA to facilitate Business Schools (B-Schools) to display screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied packages.

The Corona virus outbreak and subsequent lockdown had earlier prompted AIMA to postpone MAT from May to June.

Unlike within the conventional modes the place the candidates are being proctored within the managed surroundings of a take a look at room, within the remote proctoring mode of testing the candidates can be proctored utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) based mostly instruments, an AIMA assertion stated. The reliability of those instruments are examined and confirmed throughout by profitable conduct of many such excessive stakes exams internationally. Candidates who’re discovered to be contravening the pre-specified behavioral norms for such exams would first be warned, and if repeating the offence, even disqualified, in accordance to the assertion.

AIMA is placing in all of the required efforts to guarantee profitable execution of the take a look at by deploying sturdy software program and practices. There may even be a collection of mock exams at a nominal additional charge in order that the candidates have the chance to familiarise themselves with this new mode of testing earlier than showing for the precise take a look at.

AIMA will make the know-how accessible for descriptive exams carried out by it throughout India for the scholars enrolled for its distance training administration packages such because the PGDM, PGDITM, and many others.

AIMA can also be opening up this know-how to assist corporates with their recruitments going ahead.

AIMA to conduct MAT through remote proctoring

The Tribune, April 29, 2020

With Covid having made physical distancing an imperative, the All India Management Association (AIMA) has added the option of remote examinations for the Management Aptitude Test (MAT). Under Remote Proctoring Internet Based Test (IBT), candidates will appear for the test from their homes provided they have a computer with webcam and internet connectivity as per technical specifications.

Business schools — national or international — consider the MAT score as an admission input. A high score is considered a passport for students seeking admission to over 600 B-schools across India. A statement by the AIMA said the reliability of the Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based tools had been tested and proven in several high-stake examinations internationally. — TNS