Almost all PGDM admissions are restricted by the score in the entrance test conducted by the respective Business Schools. CAT is a most accepted and glamorous entrance examination for MBA/PGDM programmes in India. CAT (Common Admission Test) is conducted by IIMs (India Institutes of Management) for Admission to their 2-year post-graduate management programs. A number of other top management schools too accept CAT score as their admission parameter. GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) and GRE (Graduate Record Examination) are international admission tests and these are valued by many Indian B Schools. The other major tests for management admission are IIFT by Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, XAT (which is considered tougher than CAT and IIFT) conducted by Xavier Labour Relation Institute (XLRI), SNAP by Symbiosis International Deemed University, NMAT (Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies Management Aptitude Test) by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council), MAT by All India Management Association, KMAT by Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association, and CMAT conducted by the autonomous body NTA (National Testing Agency) for entry into management programmes across colleges/universities in India. PGCET and ATMA are conducted by Karnataka Examinations Authority and Association of Indian Management Schools respectively to management admissions in a number of colleges under their jurisdiction.