NMIMS shall release the cut off marks for NPAT along with the results on the official website. The conducting body decides the NPAT Cut Off marks separately for each course. 

The NPAT cut off for BBA is the minimum qualifying marks that you need to secure to get shortlisted for the next exam stage. 

There are various parameters considered while deciding the NPAT cut off that are discussed below. This post shall take you through the previous year's cut off marks of the NMIMS NPAT Exam. 

NMIMS NPAT Cut Off Marks 2021

NMIMS School of Business Management, Mumbai, has higher cut-off marks in NMAT by GMAC than other campuses of NMIMS. The Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies will release the cut-off marks after the declaration of NPAT Result 2021.

The NPAT Engineering Cut Off Marks will be based on NMAT by the GMAC percentile score.

NPAT Expected Cut Off Marks 2021

This year, the NPAT Exam is scheduled for June 27, July 2, and 3, 2021. Based on the analysis of the NPAT 2021 Exam, the number of good attempts is decided for each section.

Take a look at the below table to know an estimated cut-off score for NPAT Exam.

Section Good Attempts Difficulty Level
Verbal Ability 30-34 Easy
Reasoning 30-32 Easy to Moderate
Quantitative Aptitude 26-28 Difficult
Total 79-82 Moderate to Difficult

NPAT 2020 Cut Off

The cut-off marks are decided considering various factors like the difficulty level of the exam, the number of students who appeared for the exam, the number of seats offered. Go through the section-wise NMIMS NPAT Last Year Cut Off marks from the table below.

Section NPAT Cut Off Marks
Proficiency Test in the English Language 29-30
Quantitative & Numerical Ability 26-29
Reasoning & General Intelligence 29-30
Overall NPAT Cut Off  85-86

Factors Affecting NPAT Cut Off Marks

The parameters considered while deciding the cut off marks are:

  • The difficulty level of NPAT Question Paper
  • The number of students who appeared for the exam
  • The number of students who applied for the exam
  • Number of seats available
  • Previous year cut off marks trend

Normalization of Scores

The normalization approach is used in the NPAT Exam to determine your fair performance with other students. The standardization method collects and processes the marks through a statistical combination that makes the marks appropriate for comparison.

Your rank and the total number of students who have appeared for the NMIMS NPAT exam are required in order to apply normalization to the final results of the exam.

Let us have a look at the formula that is used to calculate NPAT Normalization.

Percentile = 100X Number of applicants with marks less than you / the total number of applicants

For Example: 

Number of applicants with marks less than you = 2300

Total number of applicants = 46,00,00

Then, percentile = 100X2300/460000 = 230000/460000

NPAT Counselling Process 2021

The NMIMS will hold the counselling process after the NPAT Cut Off 2021 BBA and merit list announcement. This year, the results will be published on 15 July 2021, then you can expect your counselling in the first week of August 2021.

  • You will be called for the NPAT 2021 Counselling only if your name is present on the merit list.
  • The counselling process will be conducted through offline mode.
  • You are required to register through the official website to participate in the counselling process.
  • The counselling for admission into MBA and B.Tech Programs will be conducted in the Mumbai Campus.
  • At the time of counseling, you need to enter your choice of campus and course where you want to take admission.
  • You have to present at the counselling venue to process the admission process.
  • The seat will be allotted to you only after the payment of the admission fee before the final date.

Colleges Accepting NPAT Scores

Apart from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, there are some other colleges that accept NPAT Scores. Here is the list of colleges that are accepting NPAT Marks.

  • Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai
  • Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce, Mumbai
  • Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering, Shirpur
  • SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Shirpur
  • NMIMS School of Design, Mumbai
  • Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Indore
  • Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Bangalore
  • Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University, New Delhi
  • Praxis Business School, [PBS] Kolkata
  • Mithibai College of Arts, Mumbai

NPAT Courses & Seat Intake

In NMIMS, there are various bachelor courses offered. For each course, there are a different number of seats provided. Check out the table below to know the number of seats offered for every course in each NMIMS Institute.

Courses Number of seats
B.Tech 940
BBA 1140
B.Com (Hons) 600
B.Sc Finance 360
B.Sc Economics 300
B.Des (Humanising Technology) 25
B.A. (Hons.) Liberal Arts 80
BBA- Branding & Advertising 120


When will the NPAT Cut Off Marks be released?

The NPAT Cut Off Marks will be released after the announcement of NPAT results. 

How can check the NPAT Cut Off?

Candidates can check the NPAT Cut Off Marks from the official website only. The Cut off will be released in a PDF format for each each course separately. 

Is the NPAT Cut Off Marks released separately for each course?

Yes, the NPAT Cut Off marks is released separately for each course. The cut off is released category-wise for each UG or PG course.

What are the different courses offered at NMIMS?

The different courses offered at NMIMS are B.Tech, BBA, B.Com Finance, B.Com Economics, B.A. Hons Liberal Arts, B.Des (Humanising Technology), B.Sc, MBA (Tech), MBA (B.Pharma + Tech).

Is there sectional Cut off in NPAT Exam?

Yes, there is sectional-wise cut off marks decided for NPAT Exam. Candidates need to clear the sectional cut off marks to be eligible for next stage of selection process.

How is the NPAT Cut Off Marks decided?

The cut off marks is decided based on various factors like difficulty level of the exam, number of applicants, number of candidates appearing for the exam, and number of seats offered.