NTA to release GPAT 2020 Admit Card Tomorrow; Know key points here

NTA to release GPAT 2020 Admit Card Tomorrow; Know key points here
Ridhi.Khurana | Dec 23, 2019 - 12:18 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, December 23- The National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to release the admit cards for Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test- GPAT 2020 tomorrow, i.e. December 24, 2019. The same will be released online on the official website of NTA GPAT (gpat.nta.nic.in) and candidates will be required to download theirs using the application number and password or date of birth.

The GPAT 2020 is going to be conducted online on January 28 at 111 cities across India between 2:30 PM and 5:30 PM. There are several examination centres in these cities which will conduct this online M. Pharm entrance.

How to recover GPAT Application Number/ Password?

Candidates had received their application number via registered email, as well as through text message on the registered contact number. Candidates can also visit the login page and select the option of ‘Forgot password’ or ‘Forgot Application No.’ which will be followed by filling up some details for accessing the application no. or password.

Key Points for GPAT Admit Card

Candidates need to keep certain points in mind after downloading the GPAT admit card:

  1. Carefully check if the personal details mentioned are correct.

  2. Cross check your photograph and signature provided

  3. Note down the roll number

  4. Check out the examination centre allotted and it’s exact location

  5. Download the admit card and mail it to yourself so that it is easily accessible.

About GPAT

The Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test is conducted for admissions into M. Pharm courses across various participating institutes. Till 2018, AICTE used to conduct this entrance, however, since the year 2019, NTA took up the charge for conducting GPAT exam. Those who qualify in the entrance have to apply separately at institutes for counselling, etc. and take up admission accordingly depending upon their GPAT scores.

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