NMIMS is placed at the forefront of educational platforms owing to its academic quality, research focus and faculty from top national and global institutes and industries. In 2003, NMIMS was declared a deemed to be university under UGC graded autonomy regulator. With a NAAC score of 3.59 and grade A+, NMIMS has received Category-I Autonomy Status.
This grade of autonomy empowers NMIMS:
With a legacy of 40 years, NMIMS has grown to be ranked amongst the top-10 B-schools in India and has emerged as a reputed multi-disciplinary university, with campuses at Mumbai, Shirpur, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Navi Mumbai, Indore.
Candidates who wish to appear for NPAT 2020 must fulfill the eligibility criteria of NPAT exam. If candidates fail to meet eligibility criteria, the application forms will be rejected by the officials. Below are the eligibility criteria for NPAT as prescribed by Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS).
NMIMS-NPAT 2020 exam was held from June 26-28 in online proctored test mode (AI + Human). The pattern of the exam was different from previous year. There was a change in the arrangement of sections in the NPAT 2020 question paper with sectional time limit unlike the previous year. Candidates had to first attempt questions from the Proficiency in English Language section, then move on to the Reasoning Ability section and finally finish test by answering questions from the Quantitative and Numerical Ability section.
The overall difficulty level of NPAT 2020 question paper was moderate with few questions from the Quantitative and Numerical Ability section being on the difficult side. The other two sections of the question paper i.e. Proficiency in English Language and Reasoning Ability were easy to moderate. The expected NPAT 2020 cut off for BBA course offered by NMIMS Mumbai is likely to remain between 69-71 and that of NMIMS Bangalore is expected to remain somewhere between 67-69.