NID DAT 2020 result date changed

NID DAT 2020 result date changed
Team Careers360 | Jan 13, 2020 - 5:38 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI,JANUARY 13-National Institute of Design has released a notification that NID DAT Prelims result for B.des and M.des will now be declared on Wednesday,February 19,2020.Earlier the date for the announcement of result was March 19,2020.Candidates can download the result in online mode by entering any two of the following credentials-application number,registered email id and date of birth.A merit list on the basis of DAT score will be prepared for all the categories (General, OBC-NCL, SC, ST & PH).

Important Dates of NID DAT Prelims



DAT Prelims exam

January 6,2020

Result declaration of DAT Prelims

February 19,2020

DAT Mains exam

April 29-May 3,2020

Result Declaration of DAT Mains

May 28,2020

How to download NID DAT Prelims result 2020?

Step 1: Click on the official link provided-

Step 2: Click on the ‘NID 2020 Result’ link.

Step 3: Enter login credentials-roll no. and application number and then click on submit.

Step 4: The result will appear on the screen.

Step 5: Download the result.

Step 6: Take the print out of the result which can be kept for future reference.

NID DAT 2020 Cutoff for Prelims

The cutoff for prelims of NID DAT 2020 will be announced as soon as after the results are announced.To get admission in NID DAT B.Des programme, candidates have to secure the prescribed minimum cut off.

About NID DAT 2020

National Institute of Design at Ahmedabad and its Bengaluru and Gandhinagar campus is an ‘Institute of National importance’ as well as an autonomous body approved by the Government of India.The Institute is also a member of Association of Indian Universities(AIU).NID DAT 2020 entrance exam is conducted for candidates seeking admission to a design course both for undergraduate and postgraduate level.The four-year-long Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) programme is offered only at NID Ahmedabad and is a two phase competitive exam consisting of prelims and mains.

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