ATMA 2024 Registrations (Closed): Last Date (Feb 10), Exam Fees, How to Fill Application Form

AIMS Test for Management Admissions 2024 ( ATMA )

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ATMA registration 2024: The last date to pay the ATMA application fee was February 10, 2024, and the last date to fill out the ATMA registration form was February 11, 2024. The ATMA application form 2024 was released on November 30, 2024, for the first session exam. The first session ATMA exam was conducted on February 18, 2024. The ATMA application form was available online on the official website. Students were required to pay the ATMA application fee and fill out the form to complete the ATMA registration process 2024.

The registration fee for ATMA is INR 2000, however, there is a fee concession for women and candidates belonging to the North-Eastern states of India. ATMA application fee can be paid online only through debit/credit cards, net banking or UPI. Eligible candidates can fill out the application form online. Candidates must take a printout of the ATMA application form. ATMA 2024 for all the sessions will be conducted in a centre-based online test mode.

Also Read: Detailed ATMA eligibility criteria

Q:   What is the ATMA PID number?

A:
The PID number or Personal Identification Number is a unique number assigned to the candidate at the time of filling the ATMA application form. The PID number is an important login credential which can be used by a candidate to log in to their ATMA account. This code is a combination of alphabets and numbers and should be between 8 to 15 characters. The PID number is an important credential that will be used to fill out the ATMA application form, downloading admit card and checking the ATMA result. The candidates will be required to enter the exam date, PID number and password to check or download any of their documents. It is important to remember the PID number and keep it safe as it will be required for all future communication with the ATMA authorities and institutes which accept the ATMA scores. This code will be auto generated once the candidate completes the ATMA registrations process and pays the application fee. The PID number will flash on the ATMA application form and will be sent to the candidates on their registered email ID and mobile number along with the password.
 

Q:   What is the eligibility for the ATMA exam?

A:
Any graduate candidate with a 50 per cent aggregate (45 per cent for the reserved category) can apply for the exam. Another important criteria is that the applicant must be a citizen of India. There is no age limit to appear for the ATMA exam. Candidates in the final year of graduation or are awaiting the results can also appear for the ATMA exam, and can present the mark sheet at the time of admission. For the MCA programme, candidates must have secured at least 50 per cent aggregate in BCA. The minimum age limit to apply for the MCA programme is 21 years and there is no upper age limit. Also, only Indian citizens are eligible to apply for the exam. The candidates who do not match the ATMA eligibility criteria will but have filled the ATMA application form will be disqualified. Their application forms will be rejected. Therefore, candidates must check the eligibility criteria before filling out the application form as the first step in the ATMA application process is fee payment and application fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.

Q:   Can I submit a hard copy (printout) of the ATMA registration form?

A:
No, ATMA registration forms can be submitted online only. There is no provision for filling the ATMA application form offline. The application forms for each session are released on the official website of ATMA AIMS and the candidates need to make a fee payment online and proceed on to filling out the ATMA application form. The ATMA application procedure is completely online and there is no offline communication.

Documents Required for ATMA Registration

The following list of documents will be required for ATMA registrations:

  • Scanned or digital copy photograph and signature (Maximum size: 512 KB)
  • Scanned copy of latest OBC (Non-creamy) / SC / ST / DAP category certificate as applicable (Maximum size: 1 MB)
  • Scanned copy of mark sheets of Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation (Maximum size: 1 MB)
  • Sponsored applicants are required to upload sponsoring certificates as per the format available on the ATMA website
  • Credit/ Debit card details to pay the fees online

ATMA 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of ATMA 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

11 May '24

ATMA 2024 May Session

23 Jun '24

ATMA 2024 June Session

21 Jul '24

ATMA 2024 July Session

DatesPast Exam Dates

18 Feb '24

ATMA 2024 (February)

15 Feb '24

ATMA 2024 Admit Card Release (February)

10 Feb '24

ATMA 2024: Last date of application fee payment (February)

Steps to Fill ATMA Application Form 2024

ATMA registration process includes two steps – fee payment and filling out the registration form. The steps are explained below in detail. 

Snapshot of ATMA Registration Form 2024

Save a copy of the same on your computer for future reference. You must also preserve the registration fee payment acknowledgement slip until the completion of the admission process. 

ATMA application form snapshot

ATMA application form snapshot

STEP 1: Fee payment

The first step of ATMA registration is the payment of fees in online mode. Here’s how to pay the ATMA registration fee:

  • Visit the official website
  • Click on the link 'Click here to register for the ATMA exam' on the official website or copy the following URL in the web browser: https://atmaaims.com/onlinefeepay.aspx
  • Candidates will be redirected to the fee payment page.
  • Candidates need to enter their personal details including email ID, mobile number and Aadhaar number.
  • Click on the 'Proceed to Fees Payment' button
  • Enter debit/credit card details and make a payment.
  • On successful payment of the fee, a Personal Identification Number (PID) will be sent to candidates' registered email addresses and mobile numbers through SMS.
  • The PID will work as a login ID for ATMA.

ATMA Application Fee

ATMA registration fee is INR 2,000 (inclusive of GST @ 18 per cent) for all candidates. However, women candidates and candidates from the North-Eastern states of India are eligible to avail of a fee concession. Look at the table below to know the fee concessions provided to the candidates.

Category

Concession

Fee 

Women candidates

25%

INR 1,500

Candidates belonging to North-Eastern states of India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura)

50%

INR 1,000

STEP 2: ATMA Registration

  • After successful fee payment, candidates can proceed to fill ATMA application form.
  • In ATMA application form, candidates need to fill in details such as PID, name of the candidate, postal address, email ID, date of birth, mobile number, preferred test city, educational qualification, the exact percentage secured in SSC, HSC and Graduation, choice of institutes for reporting ATMA score.
  • Upload all the documents required, including passport-size photo and digital signature.
  • Once the ATMA registration process is complete, candidates will be given their login passwords. The password will also be sent to candidates' registered email IDs.
  • Take a printout of the ATMA registration form.

Specifications for uploading the scanned images of the photograph and signature are given below. 

Specifications 

Details 

Size of file  20 KB to 50 KB
Size of the scanned image  Not more than 50 KB

Guidelines for Upload the Signature Image:

  • Sign on white paper with a black ink pen and scan it
  • Dimensions of the scanned signature should be 140 x 60 pixels (preferred)
  • The size of the file should be between 20 KB – 50 KB
  • Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 50 KB

Check out the table below to get the official links for ATMA application process:

ATMA fee payment gateway Click here
ATMA registration form Click here

Watch the video below to know how to fill the ATMA exam application form 2024:

Q:   I belong to a reserved category. Do I have to fill out a different ATMA application form?

A:
No, the ATMA application form is the same for all the candidates. They have to choose the category they belong to and provide the supporting documents at the time of admission. Candidates belonging to the reserved category or opting for a fee concession will have to upload the supporting documents at the time of ATMA registration process. Candidates must upload clear scanned copies to avoid cancellation of candidature.
 

Q:   Can I make corrections in the ATMA application form after submission?

A:
No, changes cannot be made once the ATMA application form has been submitted. Candidates must know that they need to carefully fill the registration form and pay the application fee, as the information once filled cannot be retracted for modified. The first step in the ATMA registration process is fee payment. Hence, candidates should check the eligibility criteria and carefully register with true information and proceed on to filling the ATMA application form. They should keep their documents ready and avoid making mistakes in the ATMA application form.
 

Things to Keep in Mind While Filling the ATMA Application Form 2024

Applicants must keep the following points in mind before filling out the ATMA application form 2024:

  • Do not leave any field (marked mandatory) empty in the ATMA application form.
  • Incomplete application forms will be rejected.
  • Applicants availing of fee concession MUST upload valid proof (Aadhar Card [both sides] and Birth Certificate) during ATMA registration. An invalid or incorrect proof will result in the cancellation of the application form.
  • Apply as soon as the ATMA registration window opens to avoid delays or technical glitches.
  • Ensure that you have uploaded your passport-size photo and scanned signature as per the prescribed specification.

Q:   Is there any fee concession for students in the reserved category?

A:
Most government colleges have fee concession criteria for reserved category students. This is not applicable to private colleges. The ATMA is an entrance test for admission to more than 750 colleges. There is a fee concession for the test application fee for two categories of candidates: women and candidates from North-Eastern states. It goes like this: 1. 50% fee concession for NE candidates. The ATMA application fee for these applicants is Rs. 800. 2. Female candidates receive a 25% fee concession. The application fee for them is Rs. 1200. For all other applicants, the application fee is Rs. 1600. The course fee varies according to the college. In most colleges, there is no fee concession for students in the reserved category.
 

Q:   Can I pay the ATMA registration fee by cash/DD or net banking?

A:
ATMA registration fee can be paid only online. There is no provision of paying the application fee offline. Candidates need to pay the application fee online first in order to proceed to filling the ATMA application form and uploading the required documents. The candidates applying for the ATMA exam must note that the ATMA application process is completely online from filling the ATMA application form till paying the application fee. There is no offline communication. The application fee for ATMA is INR 2000. The application fee is inclusive of 18 percent GST. The application fee for ATMA can only be paid online using a credit card, debit card, internet banking or UPI. Students belonging to the North Eastern states of India such as Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura are eligible to avail 50% concession on the application fee and women candidates too get a 25% concession on the ATMA application fee
 

Q:   I am unable to upload my signatures in the ATMA registration form. What should I do?

A:
There is a set limit to upload a photograph and digital signatures in the ATMA registration form. The size of the file should be between 20 KB to 50 KB. The size of the scanned image should not be more than 50 KB. The dimensions of the signatures should be 140 X 60 Pixels. If the documents are not in the prescribed format then the application form can be rejected. Candidates must note that there is no form correction window in the ATMA application process, hence they must carefully fill the application form and upload clear scanned copies of the documents.
 

Dos and Don'ts for Filling the ATMA Application Form 2024

Listed below are the dos and don'ts while filling out the ATMA application form.

Dos

Don’ts

Use a functional personal email ID and mobile number for ATMA registration

Do not enter invalid details in the form

Make sure you use a valid credit/debit card or net banking credentials

Do not forget to upload the caste/PWD certificate (if applicable)

Ensure that the size of the scanned photograph and signature does not exceed the prescribed dimension

Do not fill out the ATMA registration form on the mobile phone

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Q:   Is the ATMA application form different for different categories? Can I fill out the application form first and pay the application fee late.

A:
No, the ATMA application form is the same for all categories. Students need to choose their respective categories while filling the registration form. Candidates must note that when they are applying for ATMA exam, the first step in the ATMA application process is registration and fee payment. Students can then proceed on to filling the ATMA application form. Candidates must carefully fill the ATMA registration form and uploaded the required documents. Candidates need to then make the fee payment. The next step is the application form filling. Candidates must also note that once the fee payment has been made no changes can be made in the registration form and the fee will also not be refunded.
 

Q:   Is the ATMA registration fee refundable?

A:
The ATMA registration fee is non-refundable. Once the application fee is paid, candidates will not be refunded the fee under any circumstances. The application fee can also not be adjusted for another exam. Candidates must check the eligibility criteria before filling the application form and paying the application fee. The ATMA application fee is INR 2000. Fee concession is given to candidates belonging to North Eastern states and women candidates.
 

Q:   In how many cities ATMA exam is held? How many test cities can I choose while filling the ATMA application form?

A:

ATMA 2024 will be held in about 100 cities across India. Candidates can choose up to three cities as their preferred test location. The candidates should choose the test cities in order of their preference. They should choose the test city carefully as the request to change the test city later may or may not be accepted due to non-availability of seats at the centres in that particular city. Given below are the cities where ATMA exam is usually held. Amritsar, Dehradun, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hubli, Faridabad, Surat, Jabalpur, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kochi, Ludhiana, Kurnool, Madurai, Bangalore, Mysuru, Nizambad, Palghar, Panaji, Tirupati, Trivandrum, Udaipur, Vadodara, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Warangal, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad/ Secundrabad, Amravati, Jalgaon, Aurangabad, Indore, B.Ed Jaipur, Bengaluru, Kolhapur, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh), Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Lucknow, Chennai, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Coimbatore, Nanded, Delhi NCR, Nagpur, Nashik, Chandrapur, Raipur, Patna, Pune, Ranchi, Solapur, Agra, Agartala, Aizwal, Ajmer, Ambala, Anand, Asansol, Belgaum, Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh), Hazaribagh, Durgapur, Fategarh Sahib, Gaya, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Gulbarga, Hassan, Hubli-Dharwad, Jammu, Jamshedpur, Jhansi, Karimnagar, Karnal, Kammam, Kochi, Kohima, Kozhikode, Kotak, Mohali, Muzzzffarpur, Naharlagun, Nashik, Noida, Pallakad, Pathankot, Puducherry, Prayagraj, Ratnagiri, Roorkee, Salem, Samba, Satna, Shillong, Siliguri, Solapur, Srikakulam, Tezpur, Thanjavur, Thrichur, Udaipur, Ujjain, Vadodara, Vellore.

 

FAQs Related to ATMA Application Form

Check below some of the FAQs on ATMA Application Form 2024:

Q:   Is there any fee concession in the ATMA registration fee for reserved category students?

A:
Yes, some candidates who are applying for the ATMA exam are eligible to avail a fee concession. Concession in the registration fee will be given to the following candidates: - Candidates belonging to the North-Eastern states of India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura) are given 50 percent concession on the application fee. - 25 per cent concession will be given to women candidates who are applying for the ATMA exam. This means, the ATMA application fee for women candidates is INR 1,500 and for those belonging to the North Eastern states is INR 1,000. ATMA application fee for General category students is INR 2,000.
 

Q:   Which documents are needed for uploading while filling the ATMA registration form?

A:
The documents required for uploading while filling the ATMA registration form may vary depending on the specific instructions provided by the exam conducting authority. However, the following documents are usually required: A scanned copy of your recent passport-sized photograph. The file size should be between 20 kb to 50 kb, and the image should be in JPEG, JPG, or PNG format. A scanned copy of your signature. The file size should be between 10 kb to 20 kb, and the image should be in JPEG, JPG, or PNG format. A scanned copy of your caste Certificate (if applicable). The file size should be between 50 kb to 300 kb, and the image should be in PDF format. A scanned copy of your academic certificates and mark sheets. The file size should be between 50 kb to 300 kb, and the image should be in PDF format. A scanned copy of your work experience Certificate (if applicable). The file size should be between 50 kb to 300 kb, and the image should be in PDF format. It is important to carefully read the instructions provided on the official website before filling out the registration form to ensure that you provide all the necessary documents and in the correct format. Please upvote if it was helpful.
 

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The ATMA admit card will be available online on the official website. Students who have successfully submitted the ATMA application form before the deadline can download their ATMA admit cards. But, if the candidate has not paid the ATMA application fee, then they will not be eligible to download th

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The admit card for ATMA 2024 will be released on February 15, 2024. The application process for ATMA closed on February 11, 2024, and the last date to pay the application fee was February 10, 2024. The registration form for the ATMA exam was available online on the official website of ATMA AIMS.

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Candidates who appeared for the ATMA exam, will be able to check their ATMA scores online. To check and download the ATMA scorecard, they will be required to login in the candidate portal on the official ATMA AIMS website by using their Personal Identification Number (PID) and Password (Date of Birt

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