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SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024- Download NETS Hall Ticket Here

SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024- Download NETS Hall Ticket Here

Edited By Shivam Jadoun | Updated on Jun 21, 2024 07:10 AM IST

The SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024 has been released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on May 2, 2024. This NETS admit card is issued online through the official website, shreshta.nta.nic.in. Eligible candidates can access their provisional e-admit cards by logging in with their application number, date of birth, and security PIN.
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SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024- Download NETS Hall Ticket Here
SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024- Download NETS Hall Ticket Here

Candidates can download their admit cards exclusively from the NTA's website. Furthermore, candidates must be present at the designated examination centre at the specified date and time mentioned in their e-admit card. No candidate will be permitted to appear at an examination centre other than the one specified on his or her admit card. Read the entire article to know more about SHRESHTA NETS admit card 2024.

About the SHRESHTA 2024 Exam

The Government of India has established a new program named SHRESHTA (Scheme for Residential Education for Students in High Schools in Targeted Areas) to provide seats in the best private residential schools in the country for meritorious SC boys and girls. Every year, approximately 3,000 students are expected to be selected for admission to Class 9 and Class 11 under this program.

SHRESHTA Admit Card 2024 - Important Dates

The SHRESHTA NETS 2024 admit card dates are given in the below table. It is important to keep track of the dates related NETS admit card 2024. The SHRESHTA admit card is expected to be out in June 2024, check all NETS dates 2024 here.

SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024 Dates

Events

Tentative dates

Online submission of application form

March 12 to April 4, 2024

Correction window

April 6 to April 8, 2024

Downloading of admit cards from nta website

May 2, 2024

Date of examination

May 11, 2024

Timing of examination

2 pm to 5 pm

SHRESHTA result Date

June 20, 2024

Candidates should keep checking the NTA website, their e-mails and this page on a frequent basis to get all updates related to SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024.

How to Download SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024?

The SHRESHTA admit card will be released online. Students can download the NETS admit card using date of birth and application number. Check the steps to download SHRESHTA NETS 2024 admit card below:

  • Go to the official website: shreshta.nta.nic.in.
  • Click on the tab “Download Admit Card 2024”.
  • Fill in the application number, date of birth, and security pin as asked.
  • Click on the “Submit” button.
  • Check for all the details mentioned in the admit card
  • Print/Download the SHRESHTA NETS 2024 admit card

Candidates are requested to carefully read and follow the directions given in the admit card during the examination. No candidate will be permitted to appear at an examination centre other than the one specified on his or her admit card.

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Schedule of Examination

Particulars

Tentative date and time

Date of examination

May 11, 2024

Mode of examination

Pen and paper mode (offline)

Timing of examination

2 pm to 5 pm

Duration of examination

3 Hours (180 minutes)

Entry in the examination centre/hall/room, document verification to be completed by invigilator, etc.

12 pm to 1:30 pm

Instructions by the invigilator(s)

1:30 pm to 1:50 pm

Test commences

2 pm

SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024 - Important Instructions

Candidates should be aware that admit cards will not be sent by postal mail. They need to download the admit card online.

  • No duplicate admit card for SHRESHTA (NETS) 2024 will be provided at the examination centres.

  • The candidates must not tamper with the admit card or make any changes to its information.

  • It is recommended that candidates keep their admit cards in excellent condition for future use.

  • Candidates whose applications are deemed incomplete for any reason (including indistinct/ questionable photographs/unsigned applications) or who do not meet the eligibility conditions for the examination will not be awarded an admit card.

  • The issue of admit cards does not indicate eligibility which will be verified at later stages of the admission process.

What if I am Unable to Download Shreshta NETS Admit Card 2024?

If somehow a candidate seems unable to obtain his or her admit card from the site, he or she should contact the NTA helpline at 011-40759000 and 01169227700 between the hours of 10 am and 5 pm. They can also connect through the email address: shreshta@nta.ac.in.

What to do if there is a Discrepancy in Shreshta Admit Card 2024?

If the candidate's personal information, including his or her photograph and signature, appears to be incorrect on the e-admit card and Confirmation Page, the candidate should contact the NTA Help Line immediately between the hours of 10 am and 5 pm.

In this situation, the student would show up for the exam with the admit card that had already been downloaded. NTA, on the other hand, will take the required steps to amend the record later.

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. When will the admit card be released?

The e-admit cards for SHRESHTA NETS 2024 can be downloaded from May 2, 2024 onwards.

2. Where can we download the admit card from?

The candidate can download/print the Admit Card from the National Testing Authority's website.

3. Can I edit my SHRESHTA NETS Admit Card 2024 application form after submission?

Yes, certain details entered in particular fields can be altered within the correction time after the form has been submitted.

4. Can I get an admit card in offline mode?

No, the admit card has to be downloaded from NTA’s website on your own only and will not be sent by post. For support, you can call the NTA Helpline numbers: 011- 40759000 or 011-69227700 or email NTA at: shreshta@nta.ac.in

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