MICAT 2020: Exam begins, Candidates without Hard Copy of Admit Card denied Entry

MICAT 2020: Exam begins, Candidates without Hard Copy of Admit Card denied Entry
Sakshi.Garg | Jan 25, 2020 - 10 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JANUARY 25: MICAT 2020 has begun now in computer based mode. The entrance exam is being held only in one session. The timing of the MICAT exam is 09:00 AM till 11:50 AM. The admit card was checked at the gate and those with electronic gadgets or watches were asked to leave it outside the exam centre. Only the candidates who carried a hard copy of the admit card along with the valid ID proof were allowed inside the exam centre. Some candidates who did not carry a hard copy of the admit card were sent back.

Important Dates of MICAT 2020

Events

Dates

MICAT 2020

January 25, 2020

MICAT Result 2020

February 14, 2020

MICAT 2020: Instructions to be Followed Inside the Examination Hall

  • After entering MICAT exam centre, officials verified the printed MICAT 2020 admit card and original ID proof.

  • Candidates have to sign the admit card and attendance sheet in the presence of the invigilator.

  • Once the exam starts, candidates will not be allowed to leave the test Hall for any reason till the exam is over and all other formalities are completed.

  • If the candidates leave the examination hall, they will not be allowed to re-enter and it will be assumed that candidates have completed the computer-based test (CBT).

What After MICAT 2020 exam?

After the exam, Shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Exercise (GE) and Personal Interview (PI). Candidates qualifying for GE & PI shall be informed by the end of February 2020.

Weightage Details for MICAT 2020 Selection Procedure

Particulars

Percentage

Group Exercise (GE)

20%

XAT, GMAT, CAT

20%

Personal Interview (PI)

30%

MICAT

30%

The group exercise and personal interview for the next round of selection will take place in March. The final result will be declared tentatively in the last week of March.

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