NID DAT 2024 prelims on December 24
NID DAT 2024: National Institute of Design will conduct the NID DAT 2024 prelims exam on December 24. NID DAT 2024 prelims will be held for BDes and MDes admission as a pen and paper based test, at the same time on the same day across centres. Candidates who registered for the NID entrance exam can download their NID DAT admit card 2024 from the official website – admissions.nid.edu.
The authorities issued a number of NID exam day guidelines in addition to the NID DAT 2024 admit card. On the day of the exam, candidates are expected to follow all NID instructions after reading them.
Instructions for the NID DAT 2024 Exam Day The NID admit card for the 2024 exam has four pages, and candidates are required to print out each page clearly.
- NID admit card 2024 consists of 4 pages and candidates are required to take a clear printout of all pages of hall ticket.
- Along with the admit card of NID DAT 2024, aspirants should also carry any one id proof for verification containing full date of birth.
- In case candidates do not have a valid id proof, they can get both part A and part B of NID DAT admit card 2024 attested by the principal of the current school or college/ Gazetted officer.
- The gates of the examination centre will be closed 30 minutes before the commencement of examination, after which no candidate will be allowed to enter.
- Items such as calculators, mobile, digital watch, or any electronic gadget will not be allowed inside the exam centre.
- Candidates, who have been tested Covid-19 positive recently and are in compulsory quarantine as per the Government’s guidelines/instructions, shall neither be allowed to enter the exam centre nor take the examination. Further, if any candidate is having mild fever, cold-cough etc., he/she shall not be allowed for examination in order to avoid spread of COVID-19 infection.
- Aspirants are not allowed to carry NID DAT question paper 2024 booklet outside the exam hall. Any attempt to carry a NID question paper outside the exam hall can lead to criminal proceedings.