Indian Maritime University invites applications for admissions to UG, PG programmes

New Delhi, Mar 29: The applications for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes have been invited by the Indian Maritime University at its official website, imu.edu.in. Admissions will be done on the basis of candidates’ performance in an online Common Entrance Test (CET) that will be held on June 1, 2019 between 11 am and 2 pm. The registration procedure will start from April 1 and conclude on May 5 in online mode.

Applications for BBA programme will be accepted separately as there will be no entrance exam for the same. Candidates willing to apply for BBA will be required to do so before June 5. The registration fee will be Rs 200 for candidates belonging to the General category and Rs 150 for reserved category candidates.

CET 2019 exam pattern

For UG courses, the entrance exam will comprise 200 MCQs based on English, general aptitude, physics, chemistry, and mathematics of Class 12 level.

For MBA CET, there will be 120 MCQs on quantitative ability, data interpretation, verbal ability and logical reasoning.

For M.Tech courses, a total of 120 MCQs will be asked from English, mathematics and one of these- mechanical engineering, naval, architecture, marine engineering or civil engineering.

Negative marking will not be applicable. The exam will be held in a single shift across 36 cities. Applicants will be required to give three preferences for the test centre.

Counselling procedure

The qualified candidates of CET will get to choose the programme and campus as per their preference. Online payment of Rs 10,000 as a counselling fee will have to be paid.

Candidates will be assigned seats based on their rank. They will be required to pay Rs 25,000 for booking a seat after confirming it. In case a candidate fails to book a seat, his/her name will be dropped off the list and the seat will move to the next candidate.

Schools affiliated to the Indian Maritime University are School of Nautical Studies, School of Marine Engineering and Technology, School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, and School of Maritime Management.