200 multiple-choice questions to be answered in 3 hours
The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) conducted the OPENMAT entrance examination on April 11.
The exam was scheduled for three hours with 200 multiple-choice questions. The questions were divided into four sections, including general awareness, quantitative aptitude, English language and reasoning.
Strict COVID-safety protocol was practised at the centres. Candidates had to wear face masks, carry hand sanitiser and maintain social distancing inside the hall and outside the premises.
The exam authorities conducted thermal scanning on each candidate entering the hall. Candidates were not allowed to carry calculators or other electronic devices.
OPENMAT is a national-level entrance exam conducted for admission to various MBA and post-graduate diploma in management (PGDM) courses at the School of Management Studies, IGNOU.
Candidates can also pursue postgraduate diploma in management without appearing for the entrance test if they fulfil the eligibility criteria for direct admission.
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