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SRMJEEE-2015: Slot booking has been started

Slot booking for SRMJEEE-2015 has been started from March 26th, 2015. Click here to know the procedures and complete details about the exam.

Mar 27, 2015 16:04 IST
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The slot booking for SRMJEEE-2015 is available on the official website of SRM University from March 26th, 2015. Last date for SRMJEEE-2015 slot booking is March 30th, 2015. Candidates can book their slots for SRMJEEE-2015 below and can download their admit cards for the exam after booking their slots. SRMJEEE-2015 will be conducted in online, as well as offline, mode. Online test will be held from April 19th to 22nd, 2015 whereas; the offline exam is due on 26 April 2015. SRMJEEE 2015 slot booking is only for the online exam. Procedure to book a slot is as given below.

SRMJEEE-2015 Slot booking procedure:

  • Candidates need to access the link for the slot booking.
  • After clicking on the link, a portal will be opened.
  • In the portal candidates will have to submit their application number and date of birth.
  • On submitting the details correctly, the slot booking window will open.
  • Candidates will have to choose the slots as per their choice.
  • Candidates will be able to download their admit cards for SRMJEEE-2015 online exam only after the slot booking.

It is mandatory for every candidate to book a slot for online mode of exam for SRMJEEE-2015. In case if a candidate failed to book a slot within the stipulated duration then he/she will not be allowed to write the exam. Booking will be done on first-cum-first-serve basis, so candidates are advised to do so without further delay. The admit card of the exam will be available for download in the first week of April. Rank list and counselling schedule will be announced till May 4th, 2015.
A total of 1,63,678 students registered for the SRMEEE 2014 exam, who competed for around 7,000 seats across its four campuses- Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, Ramapuram Part II – Vadapalani and NCR Ghaziabad.

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