ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education has proclaimed that IBSAT 2020 examination will be held in online mode-home proctored computer-based test. Hence, candidates can attend the entrance exam from their comfort home itself and it is not required to visit any of the exam centre. As per the prescribed schedule, the IBSAT 2020 entrance examination will be conducted on 26th and 27th December 2020.
It is important to note, in order to avoid glitches while appearing for IBSAT 2020 entrance exam in home proctored online mode, candidates must have bandwidth and must possess the laptop with good webcam & internet facility. The admission authority decided to conduct IBSAT 2020 as home proctored online test in order to avoid the mass gathering due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Candidates can also take up live IBSAT Mock Test round 1 & 2 by logging to the official web portal of IBSAT.
IBSAT 2020 registration process is ongoing, interested & eligible candidates can apply the application form till 16th December 2020.Application forms are made available at the official website (ibsindia.org) hence candidates can register for IBSAT entrance exam via online mode. Also, candidates can purchase IBSAT application form by paying an application fee which costs INR 1800 at any IBS Marketing Branches in order to access the application form in offline mode.
As per the schedule, IBSAT 2020 admit card will be available from third week of December 2020.Those candidates who have registered successfully can access the admit card by logging to the official website via online. In order to download the admit card, candidates must use login credentials (Registered ID & Password) which will be generated during IBSAT 2020 application process. After the conclusion of the entrance exam, admission authority will release the IBSAT result on 5th January 2021 in online.
The final selection process for IBSAT will take place between 22nd to 29th February 2021.IBSAT Selection process includes several stages namely Registration, Selection Briefing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds. Candidates who qualifies in IBSAT entrance exam and who meet the cut-off eligibility conditions can take part in further selection rounds. However, authority will release the merit list by considering IBSAT score and based on the candidate’s performance in GD & PI round.