According to the information brochure, of BITSAT and KCET 2015, the admit card of both the exams will be released tomorrow, on 15 April 2015. It will be hosted, online, on the official website of both the examination. However, direct link to download it, will also be hosted here. Aspirants will have to carry it on the exam day because only against it they will be allowed to write the exam.
Actually, admit card is a ticket against which permission to enter exam hall is granted. Candidates who will fail to produce it on exam day, will not be allowed to enter exam hall. Apart from this, it also serves as a proof of identity. It bears the name, gender, date of birth and even (usually) photograph and signature of the candidate. It ensures that the applicant and the entrant are the same person.
KCET 2015 is due on 29 and 30 April 2015. Whereas, the BITSAT 2015 will be held from 14 to 29 May 2015. To write both the examinations, the admit card will only be issued for the registered candidates. Candidates will be able to download it by submitting required details like application number, password, date of birth etc.
Since, it a very important document, we will suggest that candidates secure it properly. Even after the examination, candidates should preserve it because it will be required during the counselling and the admission.
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