"Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University officials have published the JET hall ticket today, 2 August 2021. The admit card download facility will be availableÂ until the examination date."
Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University officials have published the Joint Entrance Test (JET) examination hall ticket today, 2 August 2021. Hence, registered candidates can now access their admit cards online. The admit card download facility will be available on the official website jet2021sknau.com until the examination date.
Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University conducts the JET for admissions to several undergraduate programmes such as B.Sc, B.Tech, and B.F.Sc. The entrance exam will take place on 8 August 2021.
Steps to Download JET 2021 Hall Ticket
The Joint Entrance Test admit card is now available online. Therefore, registered applicants are now able to obtain their hall ticket using their given login credentials. Hence, candidates can refer to the steps given below to download the JET admit card.
- Go to the university’s official website.
- Then, select the “Candidate Login” button on the homepage.
- Afterwards, the website will display a login portal.
- Next, enter your registration number, password, and examination type to log in.
- The JET hall ticket will then appear on the screen.
- Finally, click on the “download admit card” button to save the hall ticket for future usage.
Afterwards, candidates should carefully go through the admit card for any errors. In case of discrepancies, students should contact university officials as soon as possible. In addition, the university has advised applicants to take several printouts of the hall ticket, as students must have a legible admit card on hand during the exam.
The Joint Entrance Test will take place offline with a standard question paper for all programmes. Additionally, the examination paper will feature five sections from the following subjects: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Agriculture. Moreover, each section will have 40 questions, with 200 questions in total. The examination will take place for 2 hours, with four marks for each correct answer. However, there will be negative marking, as each wrong answer will result in a deduction of one mark.