KMAT Kerala 2017 admit card Download from June 24 on www.kmatkerala.in

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KMAT Kerala 2017 admit card Download from June 24 on www.kmatkerala.in
KMAT Kerala 2017 admit card Download from June 24 on www.kmatkerala.in

New Delhi : The admit card for the entrance examination 'KMAT Kerala' will be available on the official website from 24 June 2017. The candidates are directed to visit www.kmatkerala.in to download the admit card fo the entarence exam. 

According to a press statement from the Kerala University, the Kerala KMAT test now will be held on July 12 from 10 am to 12.30 pm. KMAT Kerala is conducted by Kerala University and supervised by Admission Supervisory Committee and Fee Regulatory Committee of professional colleges of Kerala.

Application fee can be remitted online from 25.04.2017 to 20.06.2017. The last date and time for submission of applications through online will be 21.06.2017, 5 pm.

Following the requests from universities and colleges, the examination was postponed to July 2. The examination is conducted for admission to MBA programmes offered at various colleges in the state. 

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