SITEEE 2020 exam to be held today; know exam instructions for online proctored test

SITEEE 2020 exam to be held today; know exam instructions for online proctored test
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NEW DELHI: Symbiosis International (Deemed University) Pune will be conducting SITEEE 2020 today i.e July 19. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the entrance test will be held as an online proctored test from home from 10:00 am to 11:30 am. This will allow candidates to appear for the exam with safety and security. The admit card of SITEEE 2020 was issued in online mode on July 14.

Candidates appearing for SITEEE 2020 are advised to keep personal computer/ laptop, internet, and webcam ready beforehand. To ensure that SITEEE 2020 exam is conducted successfully, the authorities have enhanced the exam process consisting of three steps - Infrastructure Readiness Check (IRC), Data Quality Check (DQC), and Exam Dry Run Check (DRC).

Steps to appear for SITEEE 2020

  • Click on the link received through email

  • Login using the username and password

  • Click on the “current assessment: link and subsequently click on the “Launch” button

  • A pop-up window having your image, confirm the image and proceed

  • Screen with a key will appear which candidates have to copy and click on the next button

  • Click on the appropriate OS icon and download the IBA launcher.

  • Follow the instructions and enter the key provided in previous step

  • Click on “I am Ready to begin”

  • Read the general instructions

  • Start the test

In case candidates face any technical issue during the exam, the authorities will be providing an online help desk where candidates can raise query tickets. To raise a query ticket, candidates will have to click on the “Raise your Ticket” option, select the type of problem, upload the screenshots and submit it.


Symbiosis Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination (SITEEE) is a university level entrance exam which is conducted every year for admission into undergraduate engineering courses.

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