CMAT 2014 would be conducted from 26 September to 30 September, 2013 in 62 cities in India for admission to the 2014 – 2015 session. This test is an entrance test for the purpose of admission to 4,000 colleges that offer MBA and conducted by All India council for Technical Education (AICTE).
CMAT scores are also applicable for admission into 500 colleges which run postgraduate diploma in management programs.
From 2014 -15 session, the AICTE has decided to conduct CMAT in foreign countries also to enable eligible non-resident Indians (NRIs) or persons of Indian origin (PIOs) and foreign nationals to appear in CMAT for seeking admission in institutions in India.
They will be following CMAT merit list for 2014-15 under special provisions defined in the AICTE approval process and against all vacancies left after completion of centralized admission in management institutions.
CMAT 2014 exams will be held in following test centres in India:
Agartala; Davangere; Jodhpur; Panaji; Ahmedabad; Dehradun; Kanpur; Patna; Ahmednagar; Delhi; Kochi; Pune; Allahabad; Dhanbad; Kolhapur; Rajkot; Amravati; Dharwad; Kolkata; Raipur; Amritsar; Durgapur; Kozhikode; Ranchi; Aurangabad; Gulbarga; Lucknow; Shimla; Bangalore; Gurgaon; Ludhiana; Srinagar; Bareilly; Guwahati; Mangalore; Surat; Bhavnagar; Gwalior; Meerut; Trivandrum; Bhopal; Hyderabad; Mumbai; Udaipur; Bhubaneswar; Indore; Mysore; Vadodara; Bhuj; Jabalpur; Nagpur; Varanasi; Chandigarh; Jaipur; Nasik; Visakhapatnam; Chennai; Jammu; Navi Mumbai; Coimbatore; Noida
From this year onward, CMAT will also be conducted in the following 5 test venues abroad:
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia); Kabul (Afghanistan); Kathmandu (Nepal); Lagos (Nigeria); Dubai (UAE)