KUUMAT stands for Kathmandu University Undergraduate Management Admission Test.

It is the first phase of admission test for admission into KU’s undergraduate programs (BBA,BBIS and BHTM).

After Passing KUUMAT you will be eligible to apply for admission in KUSOM and affiliated colleges of KU.

This test is for those who want to pursue their higher studies in BBA, BBIS and BHTM.

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Bridge Course for Staff Nurse and HA

What is Nursing?
Nursing is a professional health care sector.  The focused sectors of nursing care are individuals, families and comminute helping them to attain, sustain and recover best possible health and quality of life. Nurse professionally supports patients care functioned by other associates of an interdisciplinary health care team for like medical practitioners, therapist, and dietitians.

What to expect in Nursing?
Under CTEVT Question are asked from Math, Science, and English. Each subject contains 5o marks and Altogether 150 marks.
Under Tribhuvan University, questions are asked from Science, English, Health, and Math, altogether 100 marks.
A student will have 3 hours to complete the test.

Contents of Nursing


  1. Mathematics of 10 marks
  2. Science of 50 marks
  3. English of 25 marks
  4. Health of 15 marks


  1. Mathematics of 50 marks
  2. Science of 50 marks
  3. English of 50 marks

Who can apply?
Under CTEVT, Students with minimum 45% in SEE are eligible to apply for the course.
Under Tribhuvan University Students with minimum 50 % in SEE are eligible to apply for the course.

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Why CMAT ?
TU conducts CMAT test as a mandatory to get admission in various undergraduate programs like
BBA, BIM, BHM, and BTTM. Without CMAT test, students are not eligible to register for the above
programs in any colleges under Tribhuvan University affiliation.

What to Expect in CMAT?

There are altogether 100 objective questions in the CMAT categorized into 4 different Sections.
And it must be completed within 90 minutes.
Each section contains 25 questions. Note that there are no negative markings in any of the objective
questions. So, it will be better if you try to attempt all the questions.

Contents of CMAT

1. Verbal ( English) of 25 questions

2. Quantitative ( Math) of 25 questions

3. Logical Reasoning of 25 questions

4. General Awareness of 25 questions

Who can apply?
+2 or equivalent with at least 45 % marks from any University recognized by TU.

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  • Verbal Ability

    The contestant requires basic knowledge about reading comprehension, sentence completion, preposition, idioms and phrases, synonym, antonym etc.

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  • Quantitative Ability

    Quantitative ability section is designed to measure basic mathematics and algebra skills, your ability to solve quantitative problems and interpret graphical and numerical data.

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  • Logical Reasoning

    Analogy means similarity or resemblance or some kind of relationship between two given things. Some important kinds of relationship are given below.

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  • General Awareness

    This section is designed to test the economic, business and general knowledge. The contestant should have knowledge about current economic business and general affairs.

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