XAT also known as the Xavier's Admission Test is a National level exam conducted by XLRI as a first step entrance test for management education. XAT is the second most popular management entrance examination after CAT.
In order to crack a competitive exam like XAT, which has a pattern different from others, you must take the extra effort to know each section and prepare accordingly. XAT consists of two papers and both objective and subjective type questions. The XAT exam pattern or structure changes almost every year.
Apart from 11 member institutes, there are around 150 B-schools in the list of XAT participating institutes. The participating institutes consider XAT scores from eligible candidates in order to accept applications for shortlisting purpose. The candidates who clear the cutoff of a particular college are eligible for the selection rounds.
XLRI, Jamshedpur successfully conducted the national level management entrance exam, XAT 2019 on January 6, 2019 (Sunday). The exam was held in computer-based (online) mode. XAT 2019 was conducted across 46 test centres in India. Overall, it was a smooth affair without any technical glitches.
XLRI offers admissions into Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programs in Business Management (BM) and Human Resource Management (HRM). XLRI Jamshedpur releases the XAT cutoff for PGDM (Business Management) and PGDM (Human Resource Management) programmes in the male and female category for the three sections and overall.