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Name of Event Date(Revised)
Last date to change in the application form April 26, 2020
Last date of application form submission May 10, 2020 (Extended)
Release of Admit card/hall ticket Second Week of May(tentative)
NMIMS NPAT 2020 Exam Date May 18 – 22, 2020
Merit List Release date May 29, 2020
Declaration of Results June 13, 2020
Counselling Process June 15 – 20, 2020

Eligibility for NMIMS NPAT 2020

The eligibility criterion for admission into NMIMS through NMIMS NPAT 2020 is given below:

  • Applicants need to have passed the 10+2 or equivalent exam with English as a compulsory subject and secure at least 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics together.
  • Students appearing in the 12th standard examination are also eligible.
  • Diplomas in engineering passing candidates are also fit to apply for NMIMS NPAT 2020.
  • The age of any candidate should not be more than 25 years in the year of the exam.

There are also different criteria for different courses:

For B.Tech and MBA (Tech):

  • Students need to have passed Class XII or equivalent exam with Indian Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma (IB certificate/ DP awarded is not eligible) with English as a compulsory subject.
  • The contestant with IB Diploma is eligible only if he/she has offered Mathematics at a higher level.
  • They should have a score of a minimum of 50% in PCM in class 12 or equivalent for admittance in the Mumbai campus.
  • Applicants are required to score a minimum of 45% in PCM in class 12 or equivalent for getting into the Shirpur campus.
  • Candidates who have passed Diploma in Engineering with minimum 50% are also eligible to apply for NMIMS NPAT 2020.
  • Candidates passing 10+2 or equivalent exam from Open or Distance Learning (ODL) School documented only by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) can apply for the program Subject to fulfilling the suitability of the program.
  • Candidates appearing for class 12th examination in 2020 can also apply for NMIMS NPAT 2020.

For MBA Pharma Tech (B. Pharm + MBA):

  • Applicant must have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam plus Indian Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) with English as a required subject.
  • Candidate must have scored at least 50% marks in PCM/PCB to be eligible to apply for NMIMS NPAT 2020.

For B.Sc. Economics:

  • A contender must have passed the higher secondary or equivalent exam with a minimum of 60% marks in the first attempt including the Indian Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma in any stream.
  • They are required to have Mathematics as a subject in Class XII examination.

For B.Sc. Finance / B.Com (Hons.) / B.B.A:

  • A candidate must have passed the 12th or equivalent exam with a minimum 50% aggregate marks in the first attempt including the Indian Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.
  • Candidates must have passed Mathematics / Statistics subject in HSC or equivalent to be eligible to apply for NMIMS NPAT 2020.

Candidate must check NMIMS NPAT Eligibility Criteria before applying for the exam.

NMIMS NPAT 2020 Syllabus

Syllabus for Paper I:

  • English Language: Recognizing grammatical structure and usage, using prepositions, determiners, connectives, tenses appropriately, grasping the meaning of underlined words in sentences, using appropriate words in the given context. Putting ideas into a logical sequence by putting jumbled sentences in the correct order, Locating Information, grasping ideas, identifying relationships, interpreting ideas, moods, characteristics of characters and tone of the passage.
  • Quantitative and Numerical ability: Fractions, Surds, and Decimals, Number Series, Percentages, Profit & Loss, Discount, Compound Interest & Annuities, Ratio & Proportions, Time, Work & Distance, 2 D & 3D Figures- Areas & Volumes, basic Algebraic Identities, Equations – Linear & Quadratic Sequence and Series (AP, GP). Sets, Operation on Sets and their Applications, using Venn Diagrams, functions, mean, mode, and median, Measures of Dispersion.
  • Reasoning and General Intelligence: Decision Making, Problem Solving, Derive conclusions from logical premises or assess the validity of arguments based on statement of facts, judge, if the information given, is sufficient to answer the question or some additional information is required, Venn Diagram (Identify the class-sub class relationship among given group of items and illustrate it diagrammatically) Mathematical Equalities. Be able to use the information given in graphs and charts to answer questions.

Syllabus for Paper II:

  • Spatial ability and Visualization: Sub-construct, Gestalt Principles of Perception – Proximity, Similarity, Continuation and Closure, Huxley-Lester Model: Sight and thought perception, Cognitive Perception involves a myriad of mental processes: interpretation, memory, comparison, salience, association, inventory, analysis and recognition, Principles of Design: Balance, Proportion, Rhythm, Contrast, Pattern, Movement, Emphasis, and Unity.
  • Observation and problem solving: Sub-construct, Ability to detect complexity/problems related to ease-of-use of modern/day-to-day devices, Ability to understand spatial relations among 2D and 3D objects, Creative Problem-Solving Techniques (Preparation,
Incubation,
 Illumination,
and
 Verification). Knowledge of spatial composition, lighting, Golden Ratio, Rule of Thirds, Balance, Colour preference (Hue, Saturation, Lightness).
  • General awareness and design: Design for Environment to achieve sustainability- Green Design, Process changes and Product changes( focus on intangible products), Designing for social and cultural sustainability- Inclusive Design, Principles of Inclusive design: Responsive, Flexible, Convenient, Accommodating, Welcoming and Realistic, Culture expressed in visual images. Art Movements/Periods- Basic Info, Renowned Historical Artists, and their paintings.

Exam Pattern for Non engeneering

Exam Pattern Highlights
Mode of the exam Computer-based (online) exam
Number of Papers 1
Number of Sections 3
Type of Questions Multiple Choice Questions (objective type)
Number of Questions 120
Duration of the exam 120 Minutes

For B. design aspirants

Mode of the exam Computer-based (online) exam
Number of Papers 1
Number of Sections 3
Type of Questions Multiple Choice Questions (objective type)
Number of Questions 60
Duration of the exam 90 Minutes

For Engineering Programs

The exam pattern of engineering courses is as follows:

Section No. of Questions Duration (in Minutes) Marks
Physics 30 30 30
Chemistry 30 30 30
Mathematics 30 30 30
Logical Intelligence 20 20 20
Language Proficiency 10 10 10
Total 120 120 120

 

 

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