Feb 19, 2020

Check AIMS ATMA July 2015 Results Topper Merit List at atmaaims.com

Association of Indian Management Schools which is also known as AIMS had conducted ATMA examination which were held on 26 July 2015. The test held around 5 times in a year at different 14 cities. Thousands of students take part in this examinations for getting admission in their desired management courses.


The results of ATMA June exam are already being declared. Those candidates, who had given the exam, can check their ATMA Result 2015 from the direct link provided here.

As per our information AIMS will announce the ATMA July 2015 Result on August 4 and that too in the form of score cards, having sectional and overall scores. The ATMA July 2015 exam was conducted on July 26 in a computer based format.

If you are interested in downloading the ATMA June 2015 Results that you can do it by going through this page and by entering the details in the box provided, as and when announced.

ATMA is a national-level entry test which will be computer-established. It ran for entries to MBA classes and is accepted by the HRD Ministry in a variety of participating institutes. The best wa to assess ATMA Result 2015 Test for MBA Admissions

On the basis of the ATMA July 2015 Results, candidates are shorlisted for the final admissions procedures of taking admissions into PGDM / MBA / PGCM / MCA programmes of the participating B-Schools.

Students can check the Result for ATMA July 2015 from this page by entering the details in the box provided (as and when announced by the officials

Follow this simple procedure to download the ATMA July 2015 Result online when available

  1. Visit the official website i.e atmaaims.com/
  2. Enter the alotted Roll Number/Registration Number along with the password
  3. Click on the Submit button
  4. Download the ATMA July 2015 score card/ mark sheet

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