Part 1: Writing. (35 minutes)
First of all DON’T TAKE THIS SECTION FOR GRANTED. This is One True Reflection of Your Language, Creative and Interpretation Skills.
In this two type of questions are always asked.
(1) You are provided with a statement, A Thought Provoking Statement. You have to write for OR against and an article with lurking heaving on only one instant (either to or against, not both otherwise be ready for zero marks in it). (more…)
MICAT is a computer based test. The exam is conducted in various centers across India.
The online test will assess candidates on topics like Thinking Abilities, Written Communication Abilities, General Awareness about contemporary social and business issues, including areas relevant to media, marketing, advertising & current affairs and Analytical & Verbal Abilities.
Admission to the PGDM-C programme requires a Bachelor’s degree (in keeping with the 10 + 2 + 3 system) or an equivalent qualification in any discipline recognised by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). Candidates appearing for final examinations towards a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) are also eligible to apply.
MICA (Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad) conducts MICA Admission Test every year. This test is held once for an academic year and is a compulsory requirement to seek admission into MICA’s Post Graduate Diploma course in Management-Communication (PGDM-C). MICAT 2016 for academic session 2016-18 is scheduled to be held on 13 December 2015.
MICAT 2015: Eligibility Criteria
The candidates fulfilling the below listed criteria will be considered eligible –