EMAT shall generally have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) aimed at assessing the knowledge, aptitude and skills of executives in terms of:
This section is intended to assess the quantitative aptitudes of the applicants. Intended to evaluate aspirants’ understanding and ability to apply the knowledge of basic mathematical concepts. This section shall have questions pertaining to functions, algebra, coordinate system, inequalities, time, speed, distance, ratios and proportions, sets, profit & loss, simple and compound interest and elementary statistics central tendency, dispersion, Probability etc.
Intended to assess aspirants’ ability and capacity to draw inferences from various given situations and their ability to use logic and general intelligence, this section will have questions that will require aspirants to use logic to draw inferences and make effective decisions.
This section is intended to assess the managerial capabilities of the applicants. Intended to evaluate aspirants’ understanding and ability to apply knowledge of basic management concepts. This section shall have questions pertaining to management skills, management functions, managerial communication, general finance, statistics, business environment and resource
|A. 1 : 3||B. 3 : 2|
|C. 3 : 4||D. None of these|
|A. Rs. 375||B. Rs. 400|
|C. Rs. 600||D. Rs. 800|
|A. 30%||B. 70%|
|C. 100%||D. 250%|
|A. 14 years||B. 19 years|
|C. 33 years||D. 38 years|
|A. 10||B. 20|
|C. 21||D. 25|
|A. 12||B. 14|
|C. 27||D. 53|
Erin is twelve years old. For three years, she has been asking her parents for a dog. Her parents have told her that they believe a dog would not be happy in an apartment, but they have given her permission to have a bird. Erin has not yet decided what kind of bird she would like to have.
A. Erin's parents like birds better than they like dogs.
B. Erin does not like birds.
C. Erin and her parents live in an apartment.
D. Erin and her parents would like to move.
|1. Probation 2. Interview 3. Selection|
|4. Appointment 5. Advertisement 6. Application|
|A. 5, 6, 3, 2, 4, 1||B. 5, 6, 4, 2, 3, 1|
|C. 5, 6, 2, 3, 4, 1||D. 6, 5, 4, 2, 3, 1|
|A. Between B and D||B. Between B and C|
|C. Between E and D||D. Between C and E|
A. Q - N + M x P B. P + S x N – Q C. P - M + N x Q D. Q - S % P
|A. Functional||B. Line|
|C. Line and Staff||D. Committee|
|A. Incentives||B. Benefits|
|C. Rewards||D. Compensation|
1. Complete control of the activities of the employees.
2. To secure harmony among different units of the organization.
3. Removal of conflict and overlapping in the organization.
|A.1 and 2||B. 1 and 3|
|C.2 and 3||D. 1, 2 and 3|
A. Maximization of social welfare
B. Maximization of employment
C. Higher industrial efficiency
D. None of the above
A. Behavioural Theory
B. Situational Theory
C. Trait Theory
D. None of the above