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GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Notification, Exam Dates, Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Counselling

GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2)
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GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Exam - Dates, Registration, Eligibility, Syllabus, Exam Pattern

GITAM Admission Test for Humanities PG Course (Phase 2) 2022 or GAT Humanities PG (Phase 2) 2022 is the entrance examination for admission to M.A. (Economics), M.A. (English) and M.A. (Applied Psychology). GAT Humanities PG (Phase 2) 2022 is conducted by GITAM University.

GAT Humanities PG (Phase 2) for the year 2022 has been announced by GITAM University and will be held from 14/06/2022 to 15/06/2022. The exam is in online mode. The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes. The result date will be announced later.

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GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Conducting Body

GITAM University

GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Eligibility Criteria

  • M.A. Applied Psychology
    • Any bachelor's degree, with a minimum of 60% marks, excluding Bachelor of Fine Arts with an English Medium background.

    • M.A. English Language and Literature
      • Graduation in any stream with minimum 60% marks and proficiency in English

      • M.A. Economics
        • Any Bachelor of Arts Degree with at least one core area being Economics (or) BBA (or) B. Com (or) B. Sc Mathematics (or) B. Sc Statistics with at least 60% marks.

      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Important Dates

      Events Start Date Last Date
      Application Form - 09/06/2022
      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Exam Date Online Dates
    • 14/06/2022  to  15/06/2022
    • To get all details about GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Download Brochure

      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Prospectus

      Prospectus not yet available. It will be uploaded as soon as it is available.

      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Application Form

      Application Form Fee

      Rs. 1000/- (non-refundable)

      Application Form Filling Instructions

      • Students applying for the GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) have to fill up the application form on the official site.
      • The student can submit the application only once. Multiple forms will be rejected.
      • The submission is ONLINE only.

      Requirements to be readied before you start filling up the Application Form of GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2):

      • PC or a Laptop with Internet connectivity
      • Qualification details
      • Functional e-mail Id as all communication are made through email; Parents email id is recommended.
      • Mobile number as all information is sent through SMS too. Parents phone number can be used.
      • For online payments, usually a valid debit or credit card as well as Net Banking facility, UPI or PAYTM Service is a must.
      • Printer is required for keeping hard copies; if there is no printer, one can save the printouts, transfer them on to a pen drive and get it printed from a cyber-cafe.
      • It is recommended to download the information Bulletin Brochure and read it carefully so that you understand various requirements to fill up the form.

      The Usual Steps in filling up the Online Application Form of the GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2):

      • Step-1: Students have to register for Online Application Form. A login and password are created.
      • Step-2: Student has to complete the Application Form and its various sections
      • Step-3: Required documents in the form of Scanned Images of Candidate’s Photograph, Candidate’s Signature and Left Thumb Impression.
      • Step-4: Payments have to be made by Debit / Credit Card / Net Banking / UPI / PAYTM

      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Syllabus

      M.A. Applied Psychology:


      ANature and Scope of Psychology, Historical perspective; Approaches: biological, evolutionary, cognitive, psychodynamic, humanistic, behavioral, cross-cultural perspective. Methods: Experiment, observation, interview, case-study, questionnaire
      BSensory and Perceptual Processes; Attention, perceptual organization, illusions; states of consciousness; Theories of Learning; Transfer of Learning; Functions and processes of memory; Memory Distortion; Thinking and Concept Formation.
      CPhysiological and cognitive bases of motivation, Expression and perception of emotions; physiological correlates and theories of emotion
      DNature and Theories of Personality, Personality Assessment
      ENature of intelligence, Theories and models of intelligence; genetic and environmental bases of individual differences in human behavior; psychological assessment and testing.

      M.A. English Language and Literature:

      AReading Comprehension: General Reading Comprehension based on different texts/passages
      BGrammar Usage: General english grammar and usage
      CVocabulary in Context: Use of words in different contexts.
      DLanguage Aptitude: General English language skills to assess the ability of language use in different contexts.
      ELogical Reasoning: General ability to interpret information, Patterns or number sequences.

      M.A. Economics:

      AMicroeconomics – Theory of Consumer Behaviour - Demand, Cardinal and Ordinal Utility Theories, Theory of Production and Costs, Market Structure – Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly.
      BMacroeconomics – National Income Concepts, Theory of Employment – Classical and Keynesian Theories, Theory of Consumption and Saving, Theory of Demand for and Supply of Money.
      CIndian Economy – Planning in India, Agricultural and Industrial Policies, Monetary and Fiscal Policies, Population, Poverty and Unemployment Situation, Indian Public Finance with a focus on Concepts on Budget.
      DDevelopment Economics – Economic Growth and Economic Development, Indicators of Economic Development – HDI, HPI, Inequality Measures, Theories and Approaches of Economic Development – Marx Theory, Schumpeter Theory, Big Push Theory, Balanced and Unbalanced Theory.
      EInternational Economics – Theories of Trade – Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage and Heckscher and Ohlin Theory, Balance of Payments, Foreign Trade Policy of India, GATT and WTO.


      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Admit Card

      Admit Card Download Url

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      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Exam Day Instructions

      Online Dates

      • 14/06/2022  to  15/06/2022

      Examination Day Instructions

      Before entering the Exam Centre:

      • Try to reach the exam centre one hour prior to the time advised in the admit card.
      • Before leaving for the site, please have a hearty breakfast or light lunch depending on the session. Drink plenty of fluids; as in summers dehydration can set in affecting your performance in the exam.
      • Have a cookie or a chocolate just before entering the centre; this prevents hypoglycaemia and thus helps you stay alert longer improving your results.
      • If it is a busy centre, then don’t wait till last for the entry and security check.
      • Centre will not allow you to enter after the stipulated time of closing the doors.
      • Admission to the Exam Centre is with the Admit Card; no candidates shall be admitted to the test without the production of the Admit Card at the Test Centre.
      • Usually no bags are allowed.
      • No eatables are allowed.
      • No communication equipment such as mobile phones / pager / wireless set, scanner, camera or any such electronic / digital gadget etc are allowed in the exam centre; carrying one will lead to disqualification.

      After entering the Centre:

      • Once candidates enter the centre, they should locate their designated hall and seat.
      • If mentioned, candidates will be hand frisked as well as photographed or video graphed before entering the centre.
      • After all the formalities, candidates should enter the allotted hall and take the designated seat.
      • No candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination hall before the expiry of half of the time allotted for the respective paper.
      • Copying, use of unfair means of any kind, talking, asking questions from other candidates or borrowing of material inside the Test Centre is strictly prohibited.
      • Smoking is not allowed.
      • Misbehaviour of any kind can lead to the expulsion of the candidate.
      • Caught copying helping in copying will mean cancellation of the answer sheet / cancellation of the candidature.
      • Marking the answer sheet or question paper in any way will also lead to cancellation of the exam for that candidate.

      To get all details about GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Download Brochure

      GAT Humanities PG 2022 (Phase 2) Results

      Result dates may be checked on the official webpage.


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