NID DAT 2020 application form edit window to open on November 21

NID DAT 2020 application form edit window to open on November 21
Khushboo Verma | Nov 19, 2019 - 3:26 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, NOVEMBER 19 - National Institute of Design will open the window to edit NID DAT application form on November 21 (from 6:00 pm) and candidates can make the changes in the particulars till November 23 (till 2:00 p.m). Candidates can make certain changes in the application form when the edit window opens, barring eligibility criteria, date of birth, email ID, category and citizenship. In case the application is found ineligible post modification, the application fee will not be refunded.

NID DAT Application Form Important Dates



Release of notification for NID DAT admission

October 1, 2019

Deadline for filling NID DAT 2020 application form by paying regular fee

November 18, 2019

Last date to fill NID DAT 2020 application form with late fees

From November 18 to 21, 2019

Correction of application form

November 21 (6 p.m.) to 23, 2019 (2 p.m.)

NID DAT 2020 entrance exam (Prelims)

December 29, 2019

What are the Steps to edit NID DAT Application Form?

Step 1- Candidates have to login by using their email ID and date of birth

Step 2 - NID DAT application form 2020 will appear on the screen

Step 3 - Candidates will have to check the box, post which complete NID DAT application form will reflect on the screen

Step 4 - Edit the information in the application form

Step 5 - Candidates have to click on ‘Save and Exit’ button

It is advisable that candidates take a print out of the application form for future reference.

NID DAT 2020 prelims will be conducted across 21 cities in India on December 29. Candidates get the option to choose one centre while filling the application form. The Mains exam will be held at any of the following campuses of NID- Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Gandhinagar, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Assam.

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