XAT Exam dates and Notifications
22 Jul

XAT Exam dates and Notifications

Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) or Xavier School of Management)  soon to open applications for XAT exam for the admissions to various PGDM courses for the academic year 2022

The XLRI (Xavier Labour Relations Institute) or (Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur) will conduct the XAT exam for PGDM admissions in more than 600+ management institutions across India. The XLRI is one of the top organisations that conduct entrance exams for various management courses admissions in India.

Online Registration Starts on  September 2021 (Tentative)
Online Registration Ends on  November 2021 (Tentative)
XAT Exam 2022 January 2022 (Tentative)

Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT)

XAT Exam is one of the oldest entrance exams for management admissions in India. The XAT exam is a Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) based objective test and is one of the most popular national level management entrance exams in India that is conducted every year for PGDM admissions. The aspiring students can take up XAT exam four times a year and can join the top management colleges in the country. The XAT exam is approved by AICTE and is recognised by the Ministry of Higher Education Government of India.

 Application for XAT

  • The interested students are required to XAT Exam through online only.
  • The students have to fill the Online Application Form in the website at the with all details and with no mistakes.
  • The students can download their admit cards by logging into their accounts using the username and password that is received on their registered email Ids and registered Mobile Numbers.
  • The students have to attend the online Protracted XAT exam in the designated exam centres mentioned on their admit cards.

Exam Pattern for XAT Exam

The XAT exam is conducted only through Computer Based (Online) mode.The XAT exam paper will have 100 multiple choice questions (MCQs) divided into 2 parts.


No of Questions

Time Duration

Part 1

Total 75 MCQs

165 Minutes

Verbal and Logical Ability


No Sectional Time Limit

Decision Making


No Sectional Time limit

Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation


No Sectional Time Limit

Part 2

Total 25 MCQs

15 Minutes

General Knowledge (GK)


Total Questions (Part 1 and Part 2)


Total Time: 180 Minutes


  • There is sectional Negative Marking.  0.25 marks will be deducted from total marks for each working answer.
  • There is No Negative Marking for General Knowledge (GK) Section

 The students can even reach us on +919742380250 or email at info@pgdmcollegesinbangalore.com for more details about XAT exam and  the list of top PGDM colleges in Bangalore that accept XAT scores.


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