NPAT (B.Sc Finance) Details

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NPAT)

 

NPAT (NMIMS Programs after Twelfth) is the official entrance test for admissions to Undergraduate Degree and Integrated Degree Programs offered by constituent schools, at Mumbai, Shirpur and Bengaluru Campuses. NMIMS offers Undergraduate degree programmes in B.Sc. (Eco), B.Com. (Hons), B.Sc.(Fin.) and BBA.

Eligibility Criteria (fulfilling all/applicable conditions mandatory)

  1. The Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination including International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB Certificate / & D.P. Awarded candidates are not eligible) in any stream from a recognized board at the first & only one attempt.
    AND
    a) Must have obtained a minimum of 60% aggregate marks at 10+2 or equivalent examination for being eligible to BBA, B.Sc. (Finance) and B.Com (Hons). 
    b) Candidate's passing in Mathematics and or Statistics at 10+2 or equivalent exam is compulsory for being eligible to B.B.A / B. Com (Hons) /B.Sc. (Finance)
  2. Candidates of CBSE, ICSE, should mention in the online registration / e-admission form (if selected) 10+2 or equivalent aggregate marks of all the subjects for which the candidate has taken & appeared for (not best of four, five, six or seven).
  3. The aggregate percentage of all subjects for which the candidate has taken & appeared will be taken into consideration for confirming eligibility of the candidate for the program at the time of admission.
  4. In case, mark sheet issued by the applicable Board is in percentile/s, the actual aggregate percentage of all the subjects appeared by the candidate will be taken into consideration.
  5. Candidates above 25 years of age are not eligible to apply.

For IB & Cambridge Candidate:

  1. Candidates who do not have final mark sheet will be given “Provisional Admission” based on predicted scores. Fees will be accepted from such candidate but their admission will be confirmed on submission of final mark sheet before the commencement of the program if found eligible.
  2. Submission of AIU equivalence certificate to confirm the eligibility for the program is mandatory for those candidates who have completed their (10+2) examination from Overseas Universities.
  3. Candidates who have passed the 10+2 examination by doing a part-time course or through distance learning / correspondence / externally / open school other than NIOS are NOT eligible to apply for the courses.
  4. International School/s candidates will have to submit AIU certificate of equivalence to confirm their eligibility for the program as equivalence to (10+2) examination/s
  1. Candidates who have passed the 10+2 examination by doing a part-time course or through distance learning / correspondence / externally / open school other than NIOS are NOT eligible to apply for the courses.

Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce:

Mumbai - 120 Seats | Bengaluru - 60 Seats

Exam Pattern

 

Mode: Online

Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions

No. of Questions: 120

Duration: 100 Minutes. (Sectional Time limit as given in the table)

Marking Scheme:

  • Correct Answer : +1
  • No Negative Marking

NPAT 2019 Exam Pattern - Sectional Division

 

Section

Test

No. of Questions

Time in Minutes

Weightage /

Marks for final Score

1

Quantitative & Numerical ability

40

40

40

2

Reasoning & General Intelligence

40

35

40

3

Proficiency in English Language

40

25

40

Total

120

100

120

 

Marking Scheme: Each question carries one mark. There is no mention of negative marking in the official brochure.

Duration: 120 Questions in 120 mins

 

Syllabus

Proficiency in English (40 Questions – 40 Marks):

Etymology & Roots, Idioms & Phrases, Analogies, Antonyms-Synonyms, Foreign Words, Noun & Pronoun Errors, Subject-Verb Agreement, Prepositions and Conjunctions, Tenses, Modifiers & Parallelism, Reading Comprehension, Inference based passages Syllogisms, Logical Consistency, Deductive Reasoning.

Numerical Ability (40 Questions – 40 Marks):

Numbers, Averages & Percentages, Roots, Indices, Surds, Simple & Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Algebraic Formulae, Linear & Quadratic Equations, Ratio & Proportion, Partnership, Mixtures & Allegations, Time, Speed & Distance, Work Related Problems, Pipes & Cisterns, Geometry: Lines, Angles & Triangles, Polygons, Circles & Mensuration, Permutations & Combinations, Probability.

Reasoning & General Intelligence (40 Questions – 40 Marks):

Coding & Decoding, Symbol Based Logic, Family Tree & Directions, Arrangements: Linear, Circular, Matrix Arrangements, Groups & Conditionalities, Logical Series, Selection Criteria, Sequential O/P Tracing, Analogies, Odd one out, Logical Puzzles, Calendar.