Priyam Dave|Oct 7, 2021
RPVT 2020 admit card delayed; RAJUVAS to release soon at rajuvas.org
NEW DELHI: The Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS) is soon expected to release the admit card of Rajasthan Pre-Veterinary Test - RPVT 2020. The authority was expected to issue the admit cards on September 5, 2020. As per the information brochure released, RAJUVAS to issue the RPVT 2020 admit cards 15 days before the exam date. RPVT exam date is September 20, 2020.
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RPVT admit card 2020 delayed; to be available soon
As the information bulletin, the RPVT admit card to be issued to registered candidates 15 days prior to the date of examination. It is expected that the RPVT hall ticket 2020 will be released on September 5, in online mode. However, the authority has not released it yet and can be issued anytime soon. Aspirants and parents should not panic and wait for the release of admit card.
Here are the steps on how to download RPVT 2020 admit card
Go to the official website - http://22.214.171.124/RajuvasPreadmission/Online/Degree/Login.aspx
Click on the download admit card link
Enter the user ID, password and select the course
The admit card is displayed on the screen
Verify the details mentioned in the hall ticket
Download and take printouts for future references
What to do in case of discrepancy in RPVT hall ticket 2020
It is mandatory for aspirants to verify all the details mentioned in the admit card for RPVT. In case of any mistake related to spelling or details, candidates must report it immediately for rectification to the convener of RPVT through email at email@example.com.
RPVT exam 2020
RPVT entrance exam is conducted in offline mode for three hours from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The pen and paper based test to be held in English and Hindi medium with 180 multiple-choice questions. Through RPVT, as many as 312 seats will be filled six BVSc and AH colleges in the state.
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