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GGSIPU CET BBA Exam

Pattern/Syllabus 2017

GGSIPU CET BBA Exam Dates


Exam Events

Dates

Online application form released on

Last week of January 2017

Last Day of submitting the form

2nd week of April 2017

Exam Date

3rd week of May 2017

Declaration of result

Last week of May 2017

Eligibility Criteria: Students must have passed


class 12th in CBSE or equivalent board with a
minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate. They
must also have passed English as a core or elective
or functional subject.
Application Fee: For Online admission procedure,
the candidates have to pay fee of Rs 1000 through
two options
1. Cash payment (Challan will be generated and fee
may be deposited through cash in any branch of
Indian Bank).
2. Net Banking/Credit Card and Debit Card.

Other than BBA programme, GGSIPU CET is also


conducted for admissions to Bachelor in Business
Administration (BBA), Bachelor in Business
Administration (Computer Aided Management)
and Bachelor in Business Administration
(Banking & Insurance). The total number of seats
vary programme and institute wise.

GGSIPU CET BBA is an objective type multiple choice offline


test. There will be a total of 150 questions to be answered in
3 hours. Each question will have four marks, and there will be
a negative marking of one mark for incorrect answer. The
paper will have four sections:

S.

English Language & Comprehension


General Awareness
Logical and Analytical Ability
Communication Aptitude
No
Subjects

% of
Questions

(I)

English Language & Comprehension

25%

(II)

General Awareness

25%

(III) Logical and Analytical Ability


(IV)

Management and Communication Skills


Aptitude

25%
25%

SYLLABUS

English Language / English Proficiency

Vocabulary
Synonyms & Antonyms
English comprehensions
English proficiency
Fill in the blanks
Idioms and Phrases
One word substitution
Analogies
Spelling Mistakes
Rearrangement of word in sentences
Rearrangement of sentence in paragraph
English Usage errors
Common error
Spotting errors
Inappropriate usage of words

Numerical Abilities /
Quantitative Aptitude

Number Theory
Square Roots
HCF and LCM
Data Sufficiency Test
Simplification
Percentage
Approximation
Quantitative Comparison
Average and age problem
Logarithms
Fraction and Decimals

Ratio and Proportion


Data Interpretation
Compound and Simple
Interest
Partnership
Mensuration
Data Comparison
Profit/loss and Discounts

Reasoning Ability

Number Test
Analogy Test
Insert Missing Sequence Test
Direction and distance Test
Classification (Odd Man Out)
Test
Logical Word Sequence Test
Coding & Decoding Test
Mathematical Operations
Series Test
Data Arrangement Test
Ranking Test

Alpha Numeric Symbol


Sequence
Alphabet Test
Cubes and Cubical Dice Test
Time Sequence Test
Statement Arguments
Statement Conclusion
Data Sufficiency Test
Logic Test
Statements Assumptions
Statement Action
Logical Diagram (Venn
Diagram)
Relationship Test

General Knowledge / General


Awareness

Business and General Awareness


Business
Trade awareness of world and India
Geography
History
Economic Study
General polity
Science
Computer Science
Sports
Awards
Current Events

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