NATA Admit Card 2019 and Original Photo ID proof

NATA Admit Card 2019 and Original Photo ID proof nata-training-trivandrum-kerala

All the candidates are advised to bring NATA Admit Card 2019 and original Photo ID proof to the examination hall. Candidates who have successfully registered for NATA 2019 examination can be downloaded their Admit Card from the official website of NATA. A link named NATA ADMITCARD 2019 will be available in the candidate’s portal in the official website on the dates two weeks before the examination.

 The User id and password created at the time of NATA registration are required as the login credentials to reach the candidates portal. It is advised to check whether the personal information provided on the admit card is correct or not according to your SSLC certificate.  NATA Admit Card 2019 describes the eligibility of a candidate to attend the examinations in the academic year 2019. It authorizes the exam center, Roll number, Application number, exam date and time, etc for the candidate.

The first exam of NATA 2019 examination will be conducted on April 14th, 2019 and the second is scheduled on 7th July 2019. The admit card for the first attempt of NATA 2019 examination will be available in the official website from 1st April 2019 and those of second will be available on 24th June 2019. No candidates are allowed to sit in the examination hall without an ID proof along with the admit card.

The candidates may use any one of their valid ID proof like Aadhar card, SSLC certificate, Passport, Driving License, Pan Card, Voters ID, etc along with the NATA admit card 2019. It is very important that the photograph and other identification details on the print out of your NATA Admit Card 2019 are clear enough to match with the ID proof that you bring with. Do not write or mark on your admit card printout for correction. Make sure the only permitted materials or instruments are with you at the time of admission to the examination hall. The details of materials permitted in the examination hall are explained in the latest NATA brochure clearly.

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