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BBA/B.Sc. Finance/B.Sc. Economics

NMIMS Deemed-to-be-University is a multi-disciplinary, multi-campus University offering Undergraduate programs in 14 disciplines from commerce to science to law to economics.

Courses Related to Business and Finance are as follows:

  1. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)– This 3 years undergraduate course provides specialization in Finance and Marketing.

Mumbai – 600 Seats | Bengaluru – 120 Seats | Navi Mumbai – 180 Seats | Indore – 120 Seats | Hyderabad – 60 Seats | Dhule – 60 Seats

  1. B.Sc Finance– The course specially designed for the finance individuals.

Mumbai – 180 Seats | Bengaluru – 60 Seats | Hyderabad – 60 Seats | Navi Mumbai – 60 Seats

  1. B.Sc Economics .–

Mumbai – 180 Seats | Bengaluru – 60 Seats | Navi Mumbai – 60 Seats

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Given below is the eligibility criterion for admission into NMIMS through NMIMS NPAT:

  • Applicants need to have passed the 10+2 or equivalent exam with English as a compulsory subject and secure at least 50% aggregate marks.
  • 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.

However, there are different criterions for different courses. The specific eligibility criterion is mentioned below:

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

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

For B.Sc. Economics:

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

Exam Pattern:

No. of Questions120
Time Duration100 minutes
Number of Sections3
Number of Questions in each section40
Marking Scheme1 mark for every correct answer

Section wise Pattern

SectionNo. of QuestionsTime Limit
Quantitative & Numerical Analysis4040
Reasoning & General Intelligence4035
Proficiency in English4025

NPAT BBA Syllabus
Quantitative and Numerical Ability

TopicsSub Topics
ArithmeticProfit & Loss, Percentages, Time, Work & Distance,Discount, Compound Interest & Annuities, Ratio & Proportions, 2 D & 3D Figures – Areas & Volumes
Sets & FunctionsSets, using Venn Diagrams, functions, Operation on Sets and their Applications
TrigonometryTrigonometric Ratios, identities, Height and Distances
Elementary Statistics & ProbabilityMode, Mean, and Median, Measures of Dispersion
AlgebraEquations – Linear & Quadratic sequence, Basic Algebraic Identities, and Series (AP, GP)
Number SystemNumber Series, Fractions, Surds and Decimals

Proficiency in English

TopicsSub Topics
Error RecognitionRecognizing grammatical usage and structure.
VocabularyUnderstanding the meaning of underlined words in sentences
Sequencing of IdeasPutting ideas into a logical sequence by putting jumbled sentences in the correct order
Reading Comprehension (3 in Passages of 400-500 words with 5 Questions per passage)Locating Information, identifying relationships, grasping ideas, characteristics of characters, interpreting ideas, moods, evaluating, tone of the passage, inferring, getting the central theme
Contextual UsageUsing appropriate words in the given context
Applied GrammarUsing prepositions, tenses, determiners, and connectives appropriately.

Reasoning & General Awareness

TopicsSub Topics
Critical ThinkingProblem Solving, Decision Making, rules/conditions
Data InterpretationGraphs and charts
Spartial ReasoningFigure Analogy, Figure Series/ Figure Matching / Classification
Numerical ReasoningVenn Diagram and Mathematical Equalities
Verbal- Logical ReasoningDerive conclusions from logical premises or assess the validity of arguments based on the statement of facts
Data SufficiencyNil

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