Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) is first University established in 1998 by Govt. of NCT of Delhi, offering multi-discipline programs through their respective departments and affiliated colleges. IP University offers 85% reservations to students belonging to the state of Delhi and thus, a large number of students stand benefitted while securing admissions to various programs including undergraduate management. It offers a host of specializations including general management, banking and insurance, computer aided management etc. There are 34 affiliated institutes in IP University which offer the BBA program with various specializations.

IP University BBA CET 2019 Analysis

IP University conducted its Common Entrance Exam (CET) - for admission to its 3-year Degree Program in Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) on the May 11, 2019.

There were 150 questions in the paper, to be answered in 150 minutes. The structure of the paper was on expected lines - English, General Awareness and Business Awareness, Logical Reasoning and Management Aptitude and Communication Skills. The overall level of difficulty of the paper was moderate. Each correct answer will fetch 4 marks while each incorrect answer will result in a deduction of 1 mark. There were a total of 4 answer choices for every question.

Areas No. of questions Level of Difficulty
General Awareness and Business Awareness 37 Moderate
English 38 Moderate
Logical Reasoning 38 Easy
Management Aptitude and Communication Skills 37 Moderate

General Awareness and Business Awareness

Like 2018, this section again focused on Static GK. Close to 25-26 questions were from this area. Mainly the focus was on Science and history with almost 11-12 questions from each of the two. There were 8-9 questions on current affairs, based on sports, movies, polity etc. which most students found to be easier.

Proficiency in English Language

The section mainly focused on Grammar and Vocabulary. The Vocabulary section evaluated the student's skills through questions based on synonyms and fill in the blanks. Apart from vocabulary based questions, there were questions on Grammar topics such as choosing the correct part of the sentence. In Reading Comprehension, there was one passage and 8-9 questions were based on it. Of these, 4 questions tested the vocabulary proficiency of the candidates and 5 were fact based. The passage was in context of civil war.

The details of the English section are as follows:

Areas Number of Questions (Approx.) Level of Difficulty
Reading Comprehension (1 Passage) 8-9 Easy
Synonyms 4-5 Moderate to Difficult
Fill in the Blanks 8-9 Easy
Sentence Correction (Error Detection) 7-8 Moderate
Sentence Correction (Punctuation/Capitalisation) 5-7 Moderate

Logical Reasoning

Students felt a sigh of relief in this section they felt it to be easier than that of remaining paper. Overall difficulty level of the questions was easy. The section had questions mostly from Analytical Reasoning.

Areas No. of questions Level of difficulty
Odd one out 5-6 Easy
Series 4-5 Easy
Clock and Calendar 1 Easy
Direction 2-3 Moderate
Blood Relation 3-4 Easy
Coding Decoding 3-4 Easy

Management Aptitude and Communication Skills

Overall, the level of difficulty of questions was moderate. There were 7-8 questions from communication skills, while the focus of the section was largely on Business related General Knowledge. Questions based on business leaders, taglines, business houses dominated the section. There were 2-3 questions based on economics.

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