SHIAT 2020 Exam Pattern

Exam Date : August 2, 2020
Result Date : August 7, 2020

The candidates need to attempt the questions from the booklets according to their examination. The undergraduate can choose the medium of examination which can be English or Hindi but, the medium of exam for post graduate program is mandatorily in English. There is negative marking for the answers which are marked wrong with a deduction of 1 mark for every wong answer. 

Exam Pattern for SHIATS 2020 Exam

SHIAT 2020 Exam Pattern gives the candidate the basic information he/she should need to focus on when preparing for the exams. Candidates can start preparing by going through SHIAT 2020 Exam Pattern only after he/she has verified SHIAT 2020 Eligibility and assured of the other process as certified eligible.

Knowing the Exam Pattern gives the candidate a step ahead on which subject he or she should focus on when preparing for the exams and also the time duration for each exam paper. This prepares the candidate to plan accordingly on which question to tackle when minor issues arise during the exam. 

Candidate can also refer to the SHIATS 2020 Reference Books section for a good reference guide.

All candidates for admission to Undergraduate Programmes are required to attempt a total of 150 questions from the exam. Candidates are requested to go through the given details below as they prepare accordingly.

Details of Undergraduate Test Booklets:

Undergraduate (UG)-1 (For the Subject Group Codes) PCM / PCB / PCMB / HBC group (A total of 150 Questions):

Compulsory Section:

  • General Aptitude - 60 questions

Optional Section:

  • Physics - 30 questions

  • Mathematics - 30 questions

  • Biology - 30 questions

  • Home Science - 30 questions

  • Chemistry - 30 questions

Note:

  • Applicants of all the subject groups mentioned above are mandatorily required to attempt the compulsory section.

  • From the optional section, the candidates are required to attempt any three Subjects as per their qualifying examination and subject group code filled in the admission form.

  • The applicants are required to endeavour any three Subjects according to their qualifying examination and subject group code filled in the application form.

Undergraduate (UG)-2 (For the Subject Group Codes) AGRI/ARTS/COM (A total of 150 Questions):

Compulsory Section:

  • General Aptitude - 60 questions

Optional Section:

  • Agriculture for AGRI - 90 questions or

  • Arts Subjects for ARTS - 90 questions or

  • Commerce Subjects for COM - 90 questions

Note:

  • Candidates of the above-mentioned subject group codes are required to attempt the compulsory section.

  • Anyone from the optional section from Undergraduate Test booklet Undergraduate (UG)-2 as per their subject group code filled in the application form.

Test Booklets for Postgraduate Programmes (Postgraduate (PG), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed).,& Master of Education (M.Ed)):

  • All candidates for Postgraduate (PG) programmes are required to attempt a total of 160 questions from Postgraduate Section of Postgraduate Booklet.

  • Candidates appearing for Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and Master of Education (M.Ed) programmes are required to attempt a total of 200 questions (i.e. 150 questions from Postgraduate (PG) Section and 40 questions from additional section), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed). Section, Master of Education (M.Ed) section as per their qualifying examination and choice filled in the application form.

Postgraduate (PG) Section (For the Subject Group Codes) AGRI/HSC/BIO/ABF/SCI/OTH/ETE:

Compulsory Section:

  • General Aptitude - 60 questions

Optional Section:

  • AGRI - 90 questions

  • BIO - 90 questions

  • ABF - 90 questions

  • HSC - 90 questions

  • SCI - 90 questions

  • OTH - 90 questions

  • ETE - 90 questions

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Section (Additional Section for  B.Ed):

  • Teaching Aptitude - 50 questions

Master of Education (M.Ed) Section (Additional Section for  M.Ed):

  • Teaching Management - 50 questions

Important Notes:

  • Entrance Test for all Undergraduate (UG) programmes will be conducted in both Hindi and English languages.

  • Entrance Test for all Postgraduate (PG) programmes will be conducted in English language only.

  • Negative Marking - For each wrong answer 1 mark will be deducted.

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