MICAT is the national entrance test for the admission in the Post Graduate Diploma in Management-Communications (PGDM-C). The exam is conducted by Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmadabad every year. For admissions in 2016 MICAT occurred on 13 December, 2015 in 14 cities across the country. This year there are many changes made in the selection cycle, eligibility exams, aptitude test format and (GE&PI) centers. One of the major change is that a maximum of 180 candidates can be allotted admissions in an academic session.
MICA Admissions Test
Commonly Known as
Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmadabad
Applicants must have a Bachelorâ€™s degree which has to be pursued complying with the 10 + 2 + 3 system or equivalent qualification in any discipline, but has to be recognized by the Association of India Universities (AIU).
Those candidates who appear in final year examination of their Bachelorâ€™s or equivalent degree can also apply.
The candidates should have to appear for either CAT 2015, XAT 2016 or should have a GMAT score (2012 onward) before appearing for MICAT.
The minimum age to appear in MICAT 2016 is 20 years.
Note: It is to be noted that earlier MICA was accepting scores of all exams such as MAT/CMAT/ ATMA, however from now onwards MICAT will accept the scores of one of the three exams mentioned above.
January 4, 2016
January 31, 2016
Hall ticket/Admit card
February 8, 2016
February 14, 2016
GE & PI
Second week of March, 2016
+91 2717 308250
How to apply:
For the applying in the MICAT examination one has to register himself at the official website of MICA. The non refundable application fees for the test is Rs. 1965/- . The fees can be paid through the online procedure via master or debit card. The cash payment can be done through challan at SBI Bank or via a demand draft.
In MICAT 2016 examination candidates will be provided two test booklets namely Test Booklet 1 & 2. In Booklet 1 there will be two sections. The section 1 of Test Booklet 1 will have 100 to 120 MCQs (multiple choice questions) and there will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. The section 2 of Test Booklet 1 will be having 2 explanatory form questions.
The MICAT 2016 Test Booklet 2 will have 3 parts which are in explanatory form. All the 3 questions are compulsory and if applicants fail to answer them the sheet will not be assessed.
MICAT Test Cities
There are 14 test cities where MICAT 2016 will be conducted and are as follows:-