NTA commences GPAT 2020 registration; know how to apply

NTA commences GPAT 2020 registration; know how to apply
Ridhi.Khurana | Nov 1, 2019 - 9:45 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, November 1- The National Testing Agency (NTA), which is the conducting body for Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test aka GPAT, has opened the registration window for GPAT 2020 online at gpat.nta.nic.in. The GPAT registration process started on November 1 and the last date to fill and submit GPAT application form is November 30, 2019. Thus, candidates are advised to accomplish the process soon and not wait till the last date. NTA is going to conduct the online GPAT exam on January 28 for 2020- 2021 session, whose admit card will be released on December 24, 2019. The authorities will announce GPAT 2020 result on February 7, 2020. Given below is the information on what has to be kept ready for GPAT registration and the steps towards filling the application.

Prerequisites for GPAT Registration

  • Qualification details

  • Scanned passport sized photograph (JPG/JPEG format and size between 10 kb to 200 kb)

  • Scanned copy of signature (JPG/JPEG format and size between 4 kb to 30 kb)

  • A valid email ID (for communication)

  • A valid mobile number (for information via SMS)

  • Payment- Details of a valid debit/ credit card/ Net banking account

The steps to GPAT application form include the following:

  1. Registration

  2. Fill GPAT Application Form

  3. Upload Scanned documents

  4. Payment of Fee

  5. Download Confirmation Page

  6. Choose Exam City

About GPAT

Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) is conducted by NTA since 2019. Before that, AICTE was the conducting body of GPAT entrance examination for admission into various M. Pharm courses. Candidates who are bachelors of pharmacy are eligible for the exam and those who qualify can get admission into AICTE approved universities/ institutes/ colleges, etc. It may be noted that the GPAT score is accepted by more than 800 participating institutes.

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