The admit card for VITEEE 2018 Examination is now available on the official website of Vellore Institute of Technology, i.e. vit.ac.in. For downloading the VITEEE 2018 admit card, you have book the slot for the online entrance examination. Once done, the e-admit card will appear on the screen which can be downloaded easily.
The officials have released the notification in which all the required details regarding the VITEEE 2018 e-admit card is given. It is mentioned in the bulletin that ‘the e-Admit card will be auto-generated for only those candidates who book a slot using the Online Test Booking system before the last date. For those who have not booked, slots will be generated based on the information given in the application form and availability of the slot.’
The online test booking system will not allow the candidates to book a slot after the date of booking ends. If a slot is once booked, then no changes can be done. Any kind of request for change of test city, date, slot, and subject will not be entertained under any circumstances. The VITEEE 2018 is scheduled to start from 4th April 2018.
It is also mentioned on the website that ‘In case of non-availability of slots in the test center of your choice, the candidate may choose to book a slot in an alternative center/date.’ Also in the case of non-booking of the slot, the exam slot for that particular candidate will be booked automatically by the University based on the information given on the application form.
Formerly called the Vellore Engineering College, VIT is the premier engineering institute located in Tamil Nadu. Established in the year 1984, the Vellore Institute of Technology has a rich heritage of leading the field of technical education in the state and the country. Currently, the VIT offers 20 undergraduates, 34 postgraduate, four integrated and four research programs as part of its academic profile. The institute conducts its own engineering entrance exam to admit students to the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes on offer at their campuses across India.