West Bengal University of Technology, on behalf of Government of West Bengal, conducts Joint Entrance Management Aptitude Test (JEMAT) for admission into postgraduate business administration (MBA) course offered by various institutions located in the state of West Bengal. The applicants’ score of the entrance examination determines their selection for the further stages of admission.
No specific syllabus has been designed for appearing in the entrance examination. The candidates are generally examined under three sections- English, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning.
In order to attempt the English section, the candidate can practice Reading Comprehension, which includes both passages and Poems. One should also know the synonyms, antonyms, dictionary meanings of different words, and correct grammar usage and their rules.
For scoring well in the Mathematics section, the candidate has to thoroughly study Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Statistic, and Trigonometry.
Section of Logical Reasoning consists of questions like find the odd one, coding & decoding, Data Interpretation, identifying Strong arguments and Weak arguments, identifying next number in series, Identifying Probably true, Probably false, definitely true, definitely false kind of statement, etc.
Group Discussion & Personal Interview
For preparing Group Discussion & Personal Interview, the students should possess current knowledge on various Economic, Business and Technology aspects, which can be gained by reading newspapers, magazines and current affair books.