Thousands of students enrolls every year for Delhi University’s Joint Admission Test abbreviated as JAT. The test will be held by university on 22nd of June for three different courses i.e Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration in Financial Investment Analysis and BA (Hons.) Business Economics.
According to sources, JAT conducted between 8 to 10 A.M across distinct cities across the country on 22nd June, Friday. The test will be taken online and will have objective type questions. Moreover, the number of seats in three courses ar 1,147 and admission will be based on candidate’s performance in the entrance test and Class 12th marks.
As mentioned by a DU official, “The entrance exam will be of two hours duration based on multiple choice questions (MCQs) — four choices each — designed to evaluate the aptitude of the applicants.” There will be a total of 100 questions and each correct answer will fetch four marks while one mark will be deducted for an incorrect answer. However, no marks for unanswered questions.
As per the procedure, a merit list will be prepared after the entrance exams for the qualified candidates, based on the scores obtained in the Class 12th and JAT exam. The weightage given to JAT marks will be 65 percent while the class 12th marks will be given a weightage of 35 percent.
There’s a provision in the final year for BMS students to opt any of the three field- finance, marketing, and human resource. After the completion of this course, students can work on different roles in MNCs like- inancial analysts, data analysts or financial while BBA(FIA) students will have certain limited roles like- fund management or financial management.
Unlike, BBA( FIA) and BMS, BA(Hons.) in Business Economics course is a blend of Commerce and Economics based subjects which prepares students to work in financial institutes and banking. This course suffices the elgibility to join M. Com as well as MA(Economics).