IIM Jammu and IIM Bodh Gaya

JIPMAT: Application Form, Eligibility, Syllabus, Results & More


About Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) Bodh Gaya and Jammu


The Indian Institutes of Management have been the archetype of management schooling in India since their foundation after our independence in 1947. IIMs are perceived as the most prestigious and elite B-schools in India which lay emphasis on practical experience and critical thinking instead of rote learning and conventional academic schedule.


IIM Bodh Gaya


Building on the grand heritage of the IIM brand, IIM Bodh Gaya fosters a culture and curriculum whose sole purpose is to create socially responsible managers and emotionally mature leaders. A dynamic curriculum in consonance with academics and industry experts provides the students with the opportunities to master new skills and explore diverse perspectives. Apart from the conventional classroom setup, IIM Bodh Gaya lays emphasis on practical learning as students partake in case studies, sessions with industry experts, live projects, etc.


IIM Jammu


IIM Jammu envisages itself to position as one of the top business schools in India with global outlook embedded with regional and national focus and to be known as business school par excellence for outstanding value based quality education high quality research, consultancy, and strong corporate as well as International linkages. Its vision is to develop leaders and entrepreneurs who can perform globally to make a valuable difference to the society and corporate world.


Overview of Academic Programmes for IIM Bodh Gaya & IIM Jammu.


  • Post Graduate Program (PGP)/MBA
  • Ph.D. Program in Management
  • Integrated Program in Management (IPM)


Both the IIMs plan to conduct a national level admission test, Joint Integrated Programme in Management Admission Test (JIPMAT), and they have approached NTA to conduct it.


JIPMAT Eligibility Criteria


  • Candidates should have passed 10+2/XII/HSC examination in arts/commerce/science stream or equivalent with 60% (55% for candidates from SC/ST/PwD) or more in the year 2019, 2020 or appearing in 2021. The candidate must have passed the class 10th examination with 60% (55% for candidates from SC/ST/PwD) or more in the year, not before 2017.
  • The percentage of marks obtained by the candidate in the 10th and 12th standards would be calculated based on the Board’s regulation. If there is no such regulation regarding aggregate marks from the concerned board, then the aggregate marks of all the subjects that appear in the grade sheet should be considered for calculating the passing percentage.


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JIPMAT Highlights


Name of the Exam

JIPMAT or Joint Integrated Programme in Management Admission Test

Exam Level

National Level

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency or NTA

Mode of the examination

Computer-based examination

Duration of the examination

2 hours 30 minutes

Language of the examination


Type of Questions

Objective Type Questions (MCQs)

Number of Sections


Total Number of Questions


Total Marks



JIPMAT Exam Pattern



No. of Questions


Quantitative Aptitude



Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning



Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension












JIPMAT Marking Scheme


  • +4 mark for each correct answer.
  • -1 for each incorrect answer.


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Section-wise JIPMAT Syllabus 


Section 1: Quantitative Aptitude


  • Number System & simplification
  • Algebraic Expression & Inequalities
  • Average
  • Percentage
  • Profit & Loss
  • Discount
  • Simple Interest
  • Compound Interest
  • Time & Work
  • Pipe and cistern
  • Time and distance
  • Boat and stream
  • Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Mensuration
  • Probability
  • Permutation and Combination


Section 2: Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning


  • Data interpretation
  • Alphabet and number series
  • Analogy
  • Coding – decoding
  • Clock
  • Calendar
  • Direction and distance
  • Blood relation
  • Time sequence, number, and ranking test
  • Cube and dice
  • Problem-solving
  • Data sufficiency
  • Syllogism
  • Statement and Arguments
  • Statement and Assumptions
  • Statement and Conclusion
  • Course and action
  • Cause and Effect
  • Odd one out
  • Venn Diagram


Section 3: Verbal Ability


  • Reading Comprehension
  • Antonym
  • Synonym
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Active/Passive voice
  • Direct/Indirect sentences
  • Improve the sentence
  • Cloze test
  • Fill in the blanks
  • One word substitution
  • Error Finding
  • Para jumbles
  • Wrong spelling identification


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