AUEET Hall Ticket 2020 will be released by the Andhra University official website at auvspdoa.in. This document is also known as the AUEET Admit Card and issued to those candidates who have submitted application form and fees on time, correctly. Important details of the exam such as date and time, examination center, candidate’s roll number, and other credentials will be printed in the AUEET 2020 admit card. After downloading and printing AUEET 2020 Hall Ticket, please check that all the details are correct and verifiable.
AUEET Hall Ticket 2020
AUEET 2020 Hall Ticket will be available for download from the Andhra University official website as per the schedule. The link to download AUEET Hall Ticket 2020 will be updated here and you can use it to download the hall ticket.
|AUEET 2020 Event||Schedule|
|Downloading AUEET 2020 Hall Tickets||1st week of May 2020|
|AUEET 2020 Exam||2nd week of May 2020|
Admit Card: AUEET 2020 Hall Ticket. will be available as per schedule on auvspdoa.in
How to Download AUEET 2020 Admit Card / Hall Ticket
- Click the Download Admit card link given above.
- Enter your Application No and Date of Birth.
- Click on Submit Button. Hall Ticket will be generated.
- Take Print Out of Hall Ticket and must carry at the examination centre.
Details on AUEET 2020 Admit Card
Candidates need to go through some of the details, prior to downloading the AUEET 2020 Admit cards from the portal. It must be noted that these details are as per the information provided by a candiadtes in the application form. The details to be cross-checked are :
- Candidate’s Name
- Residence’s Address
- Roll Number
- Application Number
- Date of Birth
- Contact Number
- Email Address
- Exam Date, Time and Address
- General Instructions
AUEET 2020 Exam Pattern
Candidates can start preparing for AUEET 2020 as per the prescribed syllabus and the exam pattern. Candidates can have a look at the exam pattern from below.
- Duration of Exam – 90 minutes
- Mode of Exam – Offline ( Pen and Paper Based)
- Question Type – MCQs
- Total Marks – 100
- Total Number of Questions – 90
- Sections Covered – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
- Candidates are advised to come to the examination hall at least half-an hour before the commencement of the Test.
- Candidates will not be allowed into the examination hall without hall-ticket and / or after the commencement of the Test. They will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before the stipulated time.
- Calculators, pagers, cellular phones, books, papers, logarithm tables, slide-rule or any other calculating aids are NOT ALLOWED into the examination hall.
- Candidates should answer on the candidate’s specific (with candidate name, Hall Ticket Number and Photo) OMR ANSWER SHEET only
- The Chief Superintendent of the test centre can take disciplinary action on candidates involved in indiscipline, malpractice, impersonation, etc., and the answer scripts of such candidates will not be valued.
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