NID DAT 2021: Registration, Exam Date, Syllabus, Pattern, Admit Card, Result, Admission

Exam Date : January 3, 2021 To May 16, 2021
Result Date : March 17, 2021

Get admission into India's top Design Institute, National Institute of Design with the help of NID DAT 2021. This is a national level exam to get admission into one of the 7 institutes across India that are Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Bengaluru, Vijayawada, Kurukshetra and Jorhat. All the information that one may require on NID 2021 is given below


What is NID DAT?

NID Design Aptitude Test (NID DAT 2021) is a National Level Entrance Examination conducted by Nation Institute of Design for admission to various UG and PG Programs. NID DAT is conducted by National Institute of Design.

NID is an autonomous institute under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry and even recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research under the Ministry of Science and Technology by Government of India.

Exam Details NIT DAT
Exam Name NIT Design Aptitude Test
Acronym NID DAT / NID Entrance Exam
Level National Level
Conducting Authority National Institute of Design
Courses Offered B.Des, M.Des, and GDPD Courses
Medium English
Mode Pen and Paper Based
Stages Stage 1: DAT Prelims
Stage 2: DAT Mains
Maximum Marks 100 marks
Exam Duration 180 Minutes

On successful entrance exam application, NIT DAT 2021 offers admission in Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Diploma courses such as B.Des, M.Des and GDPD. It has been designed as one of the hardest exams in India.


National Institute of Design has three campuses around India with Ahmedabad being the main campus, PG campus is in Gandhinagar and R&D campus in Bangalore. NID DAT is conducted at National Level in 21 centres across India. NID DAT 2021 will be conducted as Paper and Pen-Based i.e. Offline and will be a duration of 3 hours i.e. 180 minutes.

NID DAT 2021  Exam Date

NID will release the notification and complete schedule for both the Prelims and Mains exam on the official website soon. Candidates must make sure to take note of all the dates so that they do not miss out on any of the important events.

NID entrance exam application form is expected to be available on the official website from October 27, 2020 and the last date to submit the application form will be November 24, 2020. The admit card for NID exam will be released on the official website from December 21, 2020. The NID 2021 for B.Des. will be conducted through offline mode on January 3, 2021. 

The tentative list of NID 2021 Important Dates for both the B.Des Prelims and Mains are given in the table below:

Exam Dates for NID DAT Prelims and Mains
Important Events Dates (tentative)
Application Form Start Date October 27, 2020
Last Date to Apply without Late Fee November 24, 2020
Last date to apply with late fee To be announced
Application Form Correction Window To be announced 
NID 2021 Prelims Admit Card Release Date December 21, 2020 
NID 2021 Prelims Exam January 3, 2021 
NID 2021 Prelims Results March 17, 2021 
NID 2021 Mains Admit Card Release Date April 2021
NID 2021 Mains Exam May 16, 2021 
NID 2021 Mains Results Last week of May 2021
Counselling Start Date June 1, 2021

NID 2021 Notification

The National Institute of Design will release the official notification on their official website. The application process will start from October 27, 2020 and will end on November 24, 2020. All the associated events and its dates are mentioned in the notification and candidates are required to regularly check for notifications and check this page for further updates.

NID 2021 Eligibility Criteria

NID has set up some criteria for taking the exam. Candidates should make sure to clear the NID 2021 Eligibility Criteria prior to applying for the exam. These Eligibility Criteria are very important for the candidates to check and verify because they will be deemed ineligible and the application form will be considered invalid. NID 2021 Eligibility Criteria for the Bachelor and Master programs is given below.

Bachelor of Design/GDPD

Age Limit: Indian/Foreign candidates applying for the B.Des course must not be more than 20 years of age as of the date of admission (only those candidates who are born on or after July 1, 2001, are eligible to apply)

For SC/ST/OBC-NCL, a candidate should be born after July 1, 1998, to be eligible for NID exam. PwD candidates born after July 1, 1996, are also eligible.

Educational Qualification: The candidate should either have completed or is appearing for the final examination of 10+2 in 2019-20 or equivalent from a recognized board (SSC/ICSE/CBSE)

Masters of Design (M.Des)

Age Limit

For Indian (Gen & Gen-EWS) and Foreign Nationals, candidates who are born after July 1, 1990, are eligible to apply for admission into NID. For Indian Nationals belonging to reserved categories like SC/ST/OBC-NCL, candidates born after July 1, 1987, are eligible to apply. Candidates belonging to PwD reserved category can apply for NID Exam only if they are not born before July 1, 1985.

Educational Qualification

Aspirants satisfying the following criteria are eligible

Candidates should possess a Graduation degree of 4 years in any specialization after 10+2 standard or equivalent from the any recognized University of India. Candidates should have passed the Degree by May/June 2021 for the process of document verification. OR

Candidates holding a Bachelor Degree of a minimum of 3 years in any specialization after 12th standard or equivalent to that. The only condition is that a candidate must have passed the examination before June 2021. OR

A candidate with a Full-time Diploma of 4 years in Architecture/Fine Arts/Applied Arts/Design after 12th standard. A candidate should be able to pass the Diploma before May/June 2021.

PhD. Program

Applying candidate should be a citizen of India who should hold one of the following qualifications:

  • A Master's level qualification in Design. OR
  • A bachelor's level qualification in Design from NID with 3 years of professional or teaching experience. OR
  • A Master's Degree in Philosophy (e.g. M.Phil) in Design. OR
  • Successful completion of the Faculty Development Program of NID or a similar Design program of 2 years from any other recognized University/Institute.

Note: Any candidate who has not passed their final board exam or equivalent before the in-person counselling, will not be eligible for admission.

Candidates can frequently or regularly check into this page for any changes or further updates regarding the NID 2021 Eligibility Criteria. 

NID 2021 Syllabus

Candidates should go through the whole syllabus so that they wouldn't miss out on any of the topics in the exam. The NID 2021 Syllabus is divided into three major parts or sections, with respect to the exam pattern. The Syllabus for the NID 2021 is distinctive for each exam type and the details for the same are provided below.

  • Prelims Syllabus: The syllabus includes some of the topics like Design Theory, Optical Illusion, Picture Analysis, Visual Logic, Elements & Principles of Design, Memory Drawing, etc.
  • Mains Syllabus: The syllabus includes topics like Model Making, Material Manipulation, Doodling, Creative Thinking, etc.
  • Fixed Syllabus: There is now a fixed NID 2021 Syllabus outlined by the NID.

The following list of contents depicts the Syllabus for the NID 2021.

Exam Syllabus for NID DAT

  • Outline for Beginners
  • Optical Illusion
  • Drawing Fundamentals
  • Exercises on Imagination
  • Colour Terminology
  • Understanding Light & Shade
  • Use of Measurements, Scale & Proportions
  • Lateral Thinking
  • Inspiration & Design Development
  • Colour Psychology & Optical Illusions
  • Foreshortening & Perspective
  • Story Pictures
  • Mood, Theme & Colour interrelationship
  • Form & Function
  • Developing Themes
  • Presentation Techniques
  • Design Theory
  • Colour, Pattern & Texture
  • Developing Colour Associations
  • Imagination & Doodling
  • Elements & Principles of Design
  • Theme Development
  • Inspiration and Creativity
  • 3D Visualization
  • Natural & Geometrical Form
  • Creative Thinking & Writing
  • Ornaments and Motifs
  • Graphics & Pictograms
  • Innovation in Design
  • Picture Analysis
  • Memory Drawing
  • Innovation & Creation
  • Principles of Composition
  • Visual Logic
  • Use of Colour in Compositions
  • Design Awareness
  • Lettering
  • Good Design vs. Bad Design
  • Expression & Emotion
  • Developing Observation

Studio Test Syllabus: People who are selected in the prelims and mains of NID DAT will have to take the Studio Test. It is mandatory for the Candidates to clear and get selected in the prelims part in order to take up the Studio Test. The syllabus for the Studio Test is given below:

  • Model Making
  • Doodling
  • How to evolve ideas
  • Audio-Visual Exercises
  • Material Manipulation
  • Creative Thinking
  • Hands-on Model Making
  • Sketching

NID 2021 Exam Pattern

Candidates should have an understanding of NID 2021 exam pattern to do well in the exam. The exam assesses the candidate's designing skill, creativity, reasoning ability, and problem-solving skills. Candidates will get an overview of the type of questions and the distribution of the questions in the examination by the help of the exam pattern. It is very essential that the candidates go through the below-mentioned details on the exam pattern.

B.Des Exam Pattern

Number of Stages: NID DAT 2021 will be conducted in two stages by the authority

  • Stage 1: NID DAT (Prelims) - Pen & Paper-Based Written Test
  • Stage 2: NID DAT (Mains) - Studio Test

Prelims exam will be of 100 marks and will be of 3 hours duration. This test might involve visuals and text both. The medium of examination will be English. This exam will be a Pen and Paper-based test.

Those who qualify in the Prelims round will be allowed to attend the mains round. NID DAT Mains exam will be conducted over a span of three days. Paper is for a total of 100 marks. This exam will be conducted in a Studio-setup. It will also be in the English language.

M.Des Exam Pattern

Candidates appearing for NID Exam for M.Des course have to go through 2 stages of the exam as depicted below:

  • Stage-I: DAT Prelims
  • Stage-II: DAT Mains

DAT Prelims Test will consist of CDAT (Common Design Aptitude Test) and a discipline-specific test. Time allotted for DAT Prelims will be 2.5 hours (30 mins for CDAT +2 hours of the discipline-specific test) in total. For candidates who are applying for 2 disciplines, they will have to attempt 2 discipline-specific tests along with CDAT. For them, the total exam duration would be 4.5 hours.

On the basis of DAT Prelims, the candidates will be shortlisted for DAT Mains. The candidates will be eligible for the DAT Mains after the shortlisting process in the DAT Prelims. DAT Mains exam will also consist of 2 stages:

  • Stage-I: Studio Test
  • Stage-II: Interview

Studio Test might have some tests with different formats. Total marks will be 100 and the duration will be of 3 hours. Medium, of the exam, will be in English. It will be followed by interviews for each discipline. Interviews will be taken in the same exam centres as the studio tests.

PhD Selection Stages

  • Stage-I: Shortlisting of Candidates
  • Stage-II: Design Research Test (DRT)
  • Stage-III: Interview

Stage-I will be shortlisting of candidates. In this round, the research proposals of the candidates will be evaluated and will be examined to be in alignment with NID's research objective. Shortlisted candidates only, will be going to the next rounds. In the next stage, DRT will be conducted. It will be held in Ahmedabad. After this round, qualifying candidates will be having the interviews in front of the NID committee.

Note: NID will not be providing any travel/accommodation to the candidates appearing for Mains exam. It will have to be arranged by the candidate only.


Weightage of DAT Prelims and Mains exam varies for different courses. For the final selection, the total marks of the candidate obtained in the Prelims and Mains exam will be converted into a percentage. For different courses, the weightage are as follows:

For B.Des & GDPD

Weightage for B.Des & GDPD program is as follows:

Weightage for B.Des & GDPD DAT
NID Prelims NID Mains Total
30% 70% 100%

For M.Des

Weightage for M.Des course is given below:

Weightage for M.Des DAT
NID Prelims NID Mains Total
30% 70% 100%

For PhD Course

Weightage for the PhD course is given as follows:

Weightage of NID for PhD exam
Weightage of DRT Weightage of Interview/Research Proposal Total
20% 80% 100%

NID 2021 Application Form

Candidates who want to take the exam can register for the exam from the official web portal. Try and register for the exam before the final date application form submission without the late fee. It would be advised for the candidates to read the instructions clearly and make sure that they meet the required criteria before filling up the form, and also produce necessary documents for the same.

NID 2021 Application Form will be available on the official website of the design school from October 27, 2020 till November 24, 2020 (tentative)

How to Register for NID DAT?

Follow the steps given below to register for the NID DAT 2021:

  • Step 1: Visit the official web portal of NID and register on the website by entering a valid email ID, mobile number, date of birth etc. After the registration process, the login credentials will be sent to your registered email address.
  • Step 2: Now, using the user ID and password login into your account and click on 'DAT Application Form'
  • Step 3: Fill in the application form with all the necessary details in their corresponding sections. Click 'Save & Proceed'.
  • Step 4: Now, click on 'Upload Document'. Upload the documents such as the photograph, signature and caste certificate (only if applicable) according to the prescribed specifications. Then click 'Save & Proceed'.
  • Step 5: Pay the applicable application fee through the means provided and then finally click on 'Submit'.

Application Fee: The application fee for taking the exam is different for different category students. The category and course wise application fee are given in the table below:

For B.Des and GDPD

Application Fee for NID DAT B.Des and GDPD
Category Exam Fees
General and Gen-EWS INR 2000
SC INR 1000
ST INR 1000
Gen-PwD-EWS INR 1000
ST-PwD INR 1000
SC-PwD INR 1000
Overseas (only for B.Des) INR 3000

For M.Des

NID DAT Exam fees for M.Des program
Category For 1 Discipline For 2 Disciplines
General INR 2000 INR 4,000
General-EWS INR 2000 INR 4,000
OBC-NCL INR 2000 INR 4,000
SC INR 1000 INR 2,000
ST INR 1000 INR 2,000
Gen-PwD INR 1000 INR 2,000
Gen-PwD-EWS INR 1000 INR 2,000
OBC-NCL-PwD INR 1000 INR 2,000
SC-PwD INR 1000 INR 2,000
ST-PwD INR 1000 INR 2,000
Overseas INR 3,000 INR 6,000

For PhD. Program

Category-wise Exam Fee for NID for PhD.
Category Fees
General INR 5000
General-EWS INR 5000
SC INR 2500
ST INR 2500
PwD INR 2500
Gen-PwD-EWS INR 2500
SC-PwD INR 2500
ST-PwD INR 2500

NID Exam Fee can be paid through Online mode (Credit Card/Debit Card) or through Offline mode (via Demand Draft only).

Note: Application fees paid online (by Debit/ Credit Card) doesn't include any bank/ transaction charges, the Application fee is neither refundable nor transferable.

How to prepare for NID 2021?

Preparing for any entrance exam can be a very big burden, but it just depends upon the way you look at it and how you are approaching it. If you have enough strong determination any exam will be easier to crack. So the first thing you should be doing is setting up a goal to crack the exam (NID DAT Exam in this case). When I mean setting your goal it means that you should be ready to face all of the difficulties coming your way and be persistent enough to not give up halfway through.

Now, if you have mastered the required determination to face the exam, you need to find the different ways to approach the exam that are suitable for you. Given below are some of the tips that you can follow.

Create a Preparation Timetable

If you are preparing for any exam you need discipline and proper structure. The only way you can do that is by creating a proper timetable that you can follow for the whole of the preparation period. The important thing to remember while preparing a good preparation schedule is that it should contain an abundant time for all of the topics in the syllabus along with time for solving various sample test papers. Also, make sure to give enough and meaningful breaks in between study sessions. These will help you to refresh and reinvigorate your interest in preparation. Try to avoid any outside distractions and concentrate solely on the preparation for the exam.

Knowing the topics

It is very important for the candidates to prepare by going through the topics one by one. Topic-wise preparation enables the candidates to understand and remember the concepts better. This will come handy during the last moment revision where the candidates can go through all the topics quickly. 

Time Management

The main problem that candidates face while writing an exam is the insufficiency of time to go through the whole paper. This is because of improper time management. In NAD DAT you need to answer 100 questions from various sections (depending upon the selected course). So, during the stages of preparation, find out which sections are easier for you to answer and which sections take more time for you to solve. This way you could answer the easier sections at the beginning and transfer the extra time onto the tougher sections.

Also, make sure that when you are answering the sections accurate enough so that you wouldn't be looking back at them in doubt, which will only be more time-consuming. Thus, this speed and accuracy can only be developed with the help of extensive practising of NID DAT questions from various sources.

Attend the known questions first

The candidates should make sure to attend the questions that they are familiar with prior to attending the questions that are unknown to them. This way they will be able to secure the minimum score for the exam within minimal time consumption. The rest of the questions can be attempted in the remaining time. Time efficiency can be achieved in this way. 

Evaluate and Improve Yourself

Evaluating yourself during preparation is a crucial process of strengthening your knowledge. It is the only way to know how much you have prepared for the exam and how much is still there to be prepared. You need to find as many practice questions, sample papers and mock tests as you can and start incorporating them in your preparation timetable and start testing yourself. Then according to your result, you can change your preparation schedule to improve the areas you are struggling with.

NID 2021 Admit Card

The admit card is the most important document that a candidate should have with himself when taking the exam. Without the admit card the candidate will not be allowed to take the exam. NID DAT Prelims Admit Card can be obtained online on the official website from December 21, 2020 (tentative). NID DAT 2021 Mains Admit Card will be released on April 2021.

Candidates are required to provide details like Registered Email ID, Date of Birth and Roll Number/ Application Form Number to download the Admit Card. Candidates who have registered for the exam must carry their NID 2021 Admit Card to Exam Centre to avoid any kind of discrepancy. The list of details present on the admit card is given below:

  • Candidate's Name
  • Parent's Name
  • Roll Number
  • Category of the candidate
  • Course applied for
  • Time of the exam
  • Exam Duration
  • Test Centre Address
  • Candidate's Photograph and Signature
  • Instructions regarding the exam

How to download the NID 2021 Admit Card

The stepwise procedure for downloading the NID 2021 Admit Card is given below.

  • Visit the official website of the NID 
  • Click on the NID entrance examination tab
  • Select the Admit Card section
  • Enter the login credentials post being redirected
  • View and download the admit card
  • Print the Admit Card

NID 2021 Exam Centres

NID DAT Prelims 2021 will be conducted in 21 centres spread across India. A candidate is not allowed to make any changes in the allotted exam centre. Candidates will be able to select the exam centres at the time of filling the application form. A candidate will be given the opportunity to select the preferences for the exam centres. Hence, they should choose them wisely according to their convenience.

NID DAT Mains Exam will be conducted on various campuses of NIDs e.g. Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Bengaluru and more. The detailed information about the exact venue of the allotted centres will be given in the admit card.

The exam will be conducted in 2 stages – DAT Preliminary and DAT Mains. Candidates will be allotted Exam Centres for each stage. Check the list of NID 2021 Exam Centres.

NID 2020 (DAT) Prelims Paper Analysis

It is very important for the candidates to go through the NID 2020 Prelims Paper Analysis in order to prepare and estimate the score that he/she will be getting. Going through the paper analysis will help the candidates to strategize and accordingly plan their preparation and the ways by which they would attend the exam. The detailed elaboration of the Paper Analysis, with respect to the course, is given below. Candidates can check-in with this page regularly for further updates and information. 

NID DAT 2020 Entrance Exam Analysis for B.Des Course

Usually, the NID DAT Prelims exam consists of objective-type questions (70 marks) and subjective or drawing-based questions for 30 marks. But this time, NID DAT Prelims paper had subjective-type questions worth 70 marks and the drawing-based questions worth 30 marks. The change in the exam pattern was unexpected. Although, the paper was of medium difficulty. Aptitude section was easy to comprehend by the students.

Topics covered in Subjective-type questions are given below

  • Picture Perception Test: Candidates were asked to draw what they saw in a given surrounding.
  • Picture Profiling: Candidates were asked to draw front, top, side views of a particular object.
  • Delivering a Social Message: The question asked wanted the student to deliver a message through their drawing. The message was given to the students and they just had to draw.
  • Drawing by copying: Students were told to copy the object kept in front of them and draw it exactly as it is.

NID 2020 Entrance Exam Analysis for M.Des Course

Aptitude section of NID DAT Prelims Exam for M.Des carried 25 marks and descriptive & drawing-based questions carried 75 marks. The exam had 12 theory questions and to attempt that, a time of 30 minutes was given. In general, students were saying that the prelims exam for NID DAT M.Des was a little bit strange but also challenging.

Topics asked in this section would be as follows:

  • Product Design: Candidates had to design a product which fits the description as given as in the question.
  • Problem Identifying and Depicting Solution: Candidates were given a hypothetical/real situation for which they will have to find the remedies and picture them.
  • Drawing for Current Affairs: Candidates were be asked to describe an activity in the recent past.

NID 2021 Result

NID DAT 2021 result declaration for the prelims exam will be declared on March 17, 2021. A separate merit lists shall be prepared for each category (OPEN, OBC-NCL, SC, ST & PWD). Based on this merit list the candidates will be allowed to the admission process.

In case there is a situation where two candidates scored the same total score from both the exams, then the higher rank will be assigned to the candidate who has obtained higher marks in Part B of the Design Aptitude Test - Prelims.

How to Download NID DAT Results?

Follow the steps given below to download the NID DAT 2021 Results:

  • Step 1: Visit the official web portal of the web portal of NID.
  • Step 2: Click on the link for NID DAT 2021 Result.
  • Step 3: Enter the registered email address, date of birth and the verification code that is shown on screen and then click on submit.
  • Step 4: Your result will be displayed on the screen.
  • Step 5: Download the result and take a printout for future references.

NID 2020 Cut off Marks

The cut off is the least amount of score that a candidate needs to clear a stage in the NID DAT 2021. The cutoff for NID DAT 2020 is given below. The cut off for NID 2021 will be released after the results are announced in the month of June 2021.

Category-wise cut off for NID DAT
Category Cutoff
Open 384/52.00
OBC-NCL 347/43.80
SC 208/39.00
ST 118/31.50
PwD 67/11.10
Supernumerary 58/36.70

NID 2021 Counselling 

The counselling process for NID will be done in two steps. They are giving the online consent by the qualified candidates and then uploading the necessary documents for the purpose of verification.

  • Counselling Date: NID DAT 2021 Counselling process is expected to commence from June 1, 2021 after declaring the result and final merit list.
  • Allotment of Seats: After the original document verification process, the candidates who have shortlisted in the rank list will be allotted with a seat. After payment of fees, the enrolment in the program will be confirmed.
  • Failed to be Present: Failing to report with the requisite documents as per the schedule will lead to forfeiting the candidate’s seat and their seat will be allotted to the next eligible candidate in order of merit.
  • Uploading Documents: Candidates need to upload some documents after getting selected for the counselling process. The documents are:
    • 10th Marksheet
    • 12th Marksheet
    • Birth Certificate
    • Degree (Graduation/ Diploma) Marksheet

NID 2021 Tie Break Policy for M.Des

The NID has stated certain amendments in its Tie Break Policy for the M.Des counselling and admissions. The scores of all candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of ranks in different categories. Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their caste categories separately. Other categories like Pwd and Candidates from overseas countries will be separately shortlisted.

The ranking and shortlisting aspects are mentioned below.

  • Candidates will hold a higher rank by comparing the scores in the NID 2021 Mains Exam
  • Candidates who are still pertaining to the same rank will be further ranked on the basis of NID 2021 Prelims Exam.
  • The third aspect by which the candidates will be ranked higher than the others would be by comparing all the parts of the Prelims test and finally by comparing the scores of the Aptitude Test of the candidates.

NID 2021 Contact Details

In case of any discrepancies arising at any stage of the exam make sure to contact the conducting authorities. The contact information for the exam authorities is given below:

Address: NID Admissions Cell, National Institute of Design Paldi, Ahmedabad 380 007.

Email Id: [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

NATA score is not considered for the NID entrance exam. All candidates will have to write NID’s Design Aptitude Test (DAT).

No, NID does not offer any part-time courses.

NID DAT 2020 will be conducted as a Paper and Pen-Based Test i.e. Offline exam and the duration of the exam will be for 3 hours i.e. 180 minutes.

You cannot withdraw your application once submitted. The Application fee is not refundable.

The admission procedure to NID for M.Des., B.Des. and GDPD programs consists of two stages.

  • Stage 1 - Design Aptitude Test (DAT) Prelims
  • Stage 2 - Design Aptitude Test (DAT) Mains

Upper age limit for general candidates is 20 years, for reserved category (OBC-NCL/ SC/ ST) it is 23 years and for PWD candidates, it is 25 years.

NID does not pay any stipend to its students enrolled.

Yes, you will receive an acknowledgment by email on the email id provided at the time of registration.

Yes, candidates can appear for NID’s entrance exam any number of times, provided the eligibility criteria of age are fulfilled by the candidate.

The candidates, who are successfully admitted to the B.Des programs, will be required to undergo a mandatory foundation course of one-year duration.

Discussion Forum



Hi Ravi,

The eligibility criteria for NID 2018 is UG- 20 and PG- 30 years. 

Good Luck

Answer By: Getmyuni

07 May 2018



Hi Ranjan,

The Application Fee for NID 2018 varies according to the categories. You can get to know more details about the application form.

Good Luck

Answer By: Getmyuni

07 May 2018



Hello Heena,

You can select colleges accepting NID scores based on the marks you get and cutoff of the college. Follow the link here for the list of colleges which accepts NID Scores.

Answer By: Getmyuni

14 May 2018


What is the procedure of admissions at NID?

Asked By: Anonymous 14 May 2018


Hello Vinu,

You can get the complete procedure on the admission process in the link given here, visit the Counselling process to know more.

Answer By: Getmyuni

14 May 2018



It is mandatory for all applicants, including those staying abroad, to appear for the DAT 2017.

You will be allotted any seats if you do not appear for the exam.

Answer By: Getmyuni

02 Feb 2017

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