Press Trust of India|Aug 13, 2022
NID DAT 2022: Mains exam to be held in hybrid mode; Know exam pattern
NID DAT mains exam for B.Des and M.Des to be held in hybrid mode due to COVID-19 pandemic. NID DAT 2022 prelims result will be announced in the last week of April.
NEW DELHI: The National Institute of Design is now going to conduct the NID DAT 2022 mains exam for the BDes and MDes admission in hybrid mode due to the COVID pandemic. As per the notification, the NID DAT mains 2022 is scheduled to be conducted in the last week of June 2022. However, the exam date and time of the DAT mains is yet to be announced.
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“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation prevailing in the country and the uncertainties arising thereof, the NID DAT 2022 mains exam for the admission cycle 2022-23 will be held in HYBRID mode,” states the official notice.
Students will be shortlisted for the mains exam based on the NID DAT prelims result 2022. NID will announce the NID DAT 2022 prelims result in the last week of April on its official website - admissions.nid.edu.
NID DAT 2022 mains dates and time
NID DAT 2022 prelims result date
Last week of April 2022
Rechecking of NID DAT 2022 result
To be notified
NID DAT mains exam 2022
Last week of June 2022
NID DAT mains exam for B.Des
The candidates who are shortlisted for DAT mains would be required to appear for the DAT mains exam (studio test). The studio test shall be conducted in different cities across the country. NID DAT mains test centre details will be available on the NID admissions website soon.
NID DAT mains exam for M.Des
The DAT mains exam will consist of a studio test and an interview. The studio test will be conducted at the respective campuses of NID in the offline mode while the Interviews will be conducted in the online mode.
The candidates who are shortlisted for DAT Mains would be required to upload a statement of purpose (SoP) and Portfolio in the specific time/window which will be intimated to them on their registered email id or result page. Separate SoPs and Portfolio to be uploaded for each discipline shortlisted for. The statement of purpose (SoP) should contain a maximum of 100 words (for each question) and the same will have to be uploaded as a single pdf file, not exceeding 2 mb file size.
Such shortlisted candidates will also be required to upload a digital copy of their portfolio as a single pdf file, not exceeding 10 mb file size.
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