Prabakaran K|Sep 14, 2021
VITEEE 2021 exam guidelines for online proctored exam; Check here
VIT is going to conduct VITEEE exam 2021 in online remote proctored mode due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Candidates may find the VITEEE guidelines as issued by the authorities.
NEW DELHI: Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) has released important guidelines for VITEEE 2021 online remote proctored examination. VITEEE 2021 exam date is scheduled on May 28, 29 and 31. Candidates who are going to appear for the same have to do VITEEE slot booking before May 21. Applicants are advised to check the VITEEE exam guidelines below.
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VITEEE 2021: Exam Guidelines
VITEEE exam 2021 will be conducted as a online remote-proctored examination (ORPE).
VITEEE candidates are supposed to take the examination at home or in any place under a safe and congenial environment.
Candidates need to keep their required devices and good internet capacity ready in order to appear for VITEEE 2021 exam date. The technical requirements as per VITEEE exam guidelines are as follows:
Desktop or laptop
Speaker/mic/ video facility
Appropriate operating system (Microsoft windows/ Ubuntu Linux/ Apple macOS)
Android mobile device with a front-facing camera
A stable network connection
The test platform will assess the network and device capacity of candidates. Only after the authorities are satisfied, candidates will be allowed to proceed with the VITEEE 2021 online proctored exam.
The test will be terminated for any kind of interruption that lasts for more than 5 minutes.
There will be auto-proctored alerts whenever there is deviation from VITEEE 2021 exam guidelines.
The e-admit card and valid government ID proof in original should be ready for verification on VITEEE 2021 exam date.
VITEEE 2021 application form is available till May 20 (tomorrow) at vit.ac.in. The authorities are also going to release the VITEEE mock test on May 20 on the official website to provide candidates with an idea of how the exam will be conducted and the type of questions asked.
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