NID DAT 2021 admit card to release tomorrow at

NID DAT admit card 2021 will be available to download tomorrow at 4 pm. NID DAT 2021 to be held on March 14.

NID DAT 2021 admit card to release tomorrow at
Lilina Naorem | Mar 3, 2021 - 3:55 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: National Institute of Design will release the NID DAT 2021 admit card tomorrow, March 4 at 4 PM on its official website, Students can download the NID DAT admit card 2021 from the ‘Admission’ portal by entering their login credentials. NID DAT application form 2021 was available on the official website from January 9 to February 20. The admit card will be available for only those candidates who would have registered for the exam before the due date. NID Design Aptitude Test (DAT) 2021 will be held on March 14 in 23 cities across the nation.

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NID DAT Hall Ticket 2021 - Important Dates



Issue of NID DAT 2021 admit card

March 4, 2021 at 4 pm

NID DAT 2021 exam date

March 14, 2021

How to download NID DAT admit card?

The steps to download the admit card of NID DAT are as follows

  • Visit the official website -

  • Click on the “NID DAT admit card” tab

  • Enter the credentials details and captcha

  • Click on the “Submit” button

  • Admit card of NID DAT 2021 will be displayed on the screen

  • Download the admit card and take the printout of the same

NID DAT 2021 admit card - Other Details

NID DAT admit card 2021 will include details such as the candidate’s name, roll number, exam centres, reporting time and exam day guidelines. In case of any discrepancy in the details mentioned on the admit card, then students must report to the concerned authorities for rectification.

It is mandatory for the candidates to carry the NID DAT 2021 hall ticket to the exam centres along with valid identity proof. No candidate will be allowed to enter the NID DAT exam centres 2021 without the hall ticket.

About NID DAT 2021

According to the statement on the official website, NID Design Aptitude Test (DAT) might be conducted entirely in online or offline mode or in a combination of both modes owing to the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the country.

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