DPU AIAHCET 2018 Admit Card – All the candidates who have submitted the application form by online method are required to download the Admit Card online before two weeks of AIAHCET-18. The admit card will indicate the seat number, the examination centre (with its address) allotted to the candidate. Candidates can check the complete information regarding DPU AIAHCET 2018 Admit card below on this page.
DPU AIAHCET Admit Card 2018
Admit Card for DPU AIAHCET 2018 will be issued online at official website of DPU. Candidates who have filled their Application form on or before the last date of application form will be able to download their Admit Card as per official announcement. Link to print Admit Cards will be provided later and you will be intimated on your email ID and also through SMS on your given mobile number. Also, direct link to download admit card will be updated here too.
Schedule to download Admit Card:
|Dispatch of admit cards||Two weeks before the AIAHCET-2018|
|Date & time of AIAHCET-2018||10 Jun 2018 11.00 a.m to 12.30 p.m.|
Admit Card: Admit card for AIAHCET-2018 will be available online on official website i.e. dpu.edu.in.
The Admit Card / Hall Ticket is very important. The Admit Card will bear the candidate’s Roll Number, Name, Father’s Name, Photograph, Signature with Name and Address of examination centre allotted. The candidate should carefully examine the Admit Card downloaded by him/her for all the entries made therein. This will be issued based upon the candidate’s submitting the form complete in all respects before the last date for submission of application form.
The candidate shall bring the admit card and show the same, for admission to the Test hall. A candidate, who does not have the admit card shall not be admitted to the Test hall under any circumstances. The candidate must preserve the admit card till the end of Admission Process.
Candidate may please note that admit cards will not be sent by the post.
Scheme of Entrance Test
Duration: One paper of 1 ½ hours
Marks: Maximum marks: 100
Questions: 100 objective type Multiple Choice questions (MCQs). Each MCQ will have four answer options and a single best response.
Negative Marking: There will be no negative marking.
Standard (level) of Test: HSC examination standards.
Paper: Paper comprising of questions from subjects of Physics , Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology) 25 marks each.