NIMCET admit card 2018 will be made available by the exam conducting National Institute of Technology (NIT) in third week of May. The admit card of NIMCET 2018 will be available in online mode only. NIMCET 2018 admit card can be obtained by logging in from candidate’s registered account. The hall ticket will display the candidature details, exam timings, centre and address, candidate’s photograph and signature, along with important instructions to be followed. Candidates, who have successfully filled the application form to appear in NIMCET 2018, can download the admit card till last week of May. Interested candidates can check below complete details about the downloading procedure of NIMCET admit card 2018.
NIMCET 2018 Admit Card Download Procedure
Candidates should follow these simple steps to download the admit card of NIMCET 2018-
Click on link of NIMCET admit card 2018 (link to be provided in May).
Applicants need to log in using their application form number and password.
Login button should be clicked.
The NIMCET hall ticket 2018 will be displayed on the screen. Candidates should cross-check the information furnished on it. In case of any discrepancy, the candidate should contact officials as early as possible. After cross-verifying NIMCET admit card 2018, it should be downloaded and saved. Candidates need to get it printed on A4 size sheet. They are advised to get extra copies of NIMCET 2018 admit card for future reference.
Important Information Regarding NIMCET 2018 Admit Card
Admit card of NIMCET 2018 is a vital document for MCA admissions across NITs. Its extra copies should be kept as it will be required during counselling also.
NIMCET 2018 conducting NIT will not issue duplicate admit card if a candidates misplaces it.
Candidates need to carry the admit card at the allotted test centre, counselling venue and the participating institute.
The instructions furnished on NIMCET admit card 2018 should be followed before visiting the exam centre.
NIMCET 2018 will be conducted across a total of 11 cities in the fourth week of May. It will be held by one of the 11 participating National Institutes of Technology (NITs) for admissions to 815 seats in Masters of Computer Application (MCA) programme.