SLAT Admit Card 2019
Madhuwrita Nandi, 30 Apr 2019, #SET

SLAT Admit Card 2019 - Symbiosis International University had postponed SLAT 2019 in the cities affected by FANI, namely, Bhubaneshwar, Kolkata, Cuttack and Hoogly. The examination which was supposed to be held on May 4, 2019 was conducted on May 11, in these cities. SIU had released the SLAT 2019 admit card for five year integrated BA/BBA LLB entrance on April 24, 2019. Candidates who had applied for SLAT were able to access the admit card of SLAT 2019 in online mode. It was compulsory for candidates to be in possession of the SLAT admit card 2019 and their valid identity proofs to be allowed to sit for the examination. Those failing to do so were not allowed to write the test.

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Candidates were able to download their SLAT admit card by entering their credentials which were generated during the registration process. After downloading the admit card of SLAT 2019, candidates had to take a few A4 size colour printouts of it. Candidates also had to affix their recent passport size photograph on the admit card.

On the SLAT admit card 2019, candidates could find some important details about the candidate and the examination he/she was appearing. The admit card also mentioned the exam centre allotted to the candidate. Therefore, candidates had to strictly abide by the instructions and details mentioned on the SLAT 2019 admit card.

Symbiosis International University conducts SLAT, previously known as SET Law, for candidates who wish to pursue its five year integrated BA/BBA LLB programmes. SLAT 2019 was conducted on May 4, 2019 and May 11, 2019.


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For more information related to the admit card of SLAT 2019 like release dates, steps to download the admit card, list of exam centres, exam pattern and instructions, and so on, candidates can read further.

Important Dates of SLAT Admit Card 2019

Given in the table below are the dates on which the admit card was released and exam was conducted. The following dates were common for all the three law schools run by the university.

SLAT 2019 Admit Card - Important Dates

S.No.

Events

Dates

1.

Issue of admit card

April 24, 2019

2.

SLAT 2019

May 4, 2019 & May 11, 2019

How to download SLAT Admit Card 2019

Candidates could refer to the following instructions to download the admit card of SLAT 2019.

  • Candidates firstly needed to click on the above official link of hall ticket.

  • Upon clicking on the link, they had to enter SLAT ID and password which were created at the time of registration.

  • Now candidates had to click on the ‘admit card’ button.

  • Upon clicking on the button, the SLAT 2019 admit card would appear on the screen.

  • Candidates could download the admit card and were advised to take at least two colour printouts of the admit card.

Details mentioned on the SLAT 2019 Admit Card

Candidates could find the following details mentioned on the admit card of SLAT 2019. Alongside checking the time, venue, and date of the examination, they had to ensure that their personal details were mentioned correctly on the admit card.

Details

Name of the candidate

Roll number of the candidate

Address of the candidate

Name and address of the exam centre

Time of the examination

Date of the examination

Seat number of the candidate

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SLAT Admit Card 2019 - Acceptable ID Proofs

Candidates needed to carry any of the following identity proofs along with the admit card.

  • Driving License

  • Passport

  • Voter ID card

  • Aadhar card

  • PAN card

  • School/College ID card

SLAT 2019 Exam Pattern

Having gone through key pointers about the admit card of SLAT 2019, they could take a look into the exam pattern and prepare themselves for the step following the issue of admit card, that is, the exam.

SLAT Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Maximum marks

150

Number of questions

150

Duration

2.5 hours

Mode

Online

Marking Scheme

No negative marking

Modalities

Logical Reasoning - 30 marks, 30 questions

Analytical Reasoning - 30 marks, 30 questions

Legal Reasoning - 30 marks, 30 questions

Reading Comprehension - 30 marks, 30 questions

General Knowledge - 30 marks, 30 questions

SLAT 2019 Admit Card - Exam Centres

Candidates were asked to choose three exam centres in the application form, out of which one would be allotted to the candidate. However, the university may allot a centre other than the one requested by him/her due to certain reasons. In such a case, the candidate would be allotted a centre nearest to the one selected by him/her. The exam centre allotted to the candidate was mentioned on the SLAT admit card 2019. Following is the list of exam centres out of which candidate had to select and was subsequently allotted by the university.

SLAT Exam Centres 2019

Agra - Uttar Pradesh

Kochi/Ernakulam - Kerala

Mumbai - Maharashtra

Ahmedabad - Gujarat

Gandhinagar - Gujarat

Mysuru - Karnataka

Ahmednagar - Maharashtra

Gangtok / Bardang - Sikkim

Nagpur - Maharashtra

Ajmer - Rajasthan

Guwahati - Assam

Nashik - Maharashtra

Aligarh - Uttar Pradesh

Gwalior - Madhya Pradesh

Navi Mumbai - Maharashtra

Allahabad - Uttar Pradesh

Hooghly - West Bengal

Nellore - Andhra Pradesh

Ambala - Haryana

Howrah - West Bengal

Panipat - Haryana

Amravati - Maharashtra

Hubli - Karnataka

Panjim - Goa

Amritsar - Punjab

Hyderabad - Telangana

Patiala - Punjab

Anand - Gujarat

Indore - Madhya Pradesh

Patna - Bihar

Aurangabad - Maharashtra

Jabalpur - Madhya Pradesh

Port Blair - Andaman and Nicobar

Bareilly - Uttar Pradesh

Jaipur - Rajasthan

Pune - Maharashtra

Belagavi(Belgaum) - Karnataka

Jalandhar - Punjab

Raipur - Chhattisgarh

Bengaluru - Karnataka

Jammu - Jammu and Kashmir

Rajkot - Gujarat

Bhilai - Chhattisgarh

Jamshedpur - Jharkhand

Ranchi - Jharkhand

Bhopal - Madhya Pradesh

Jhansi - Uttar Pradesh

Roorkee - Uttarakhand

Bhubaneswar - Odisha

Jodhpur - Rajasthan

Shillong - Meghalaya

Bilaspur - Chhattisgarh

Kanpur - Uttar Pradesh

Shimla - Himachal Pradesh

Chandigarh/Mohali - Punjab

Karnal - Haryana

Siliguri - West Bengal

Chennai - Tamil Nadu

Kolhapur - Maharashtra

Solapur - Maharashtra

Coimbatore - Tamil Nadu

Kolkata - West Bengal

Surat - Gujarat

Cuttack - Odisha

Kota - Rajasthan

Thane - Maharashtra

Dehradun - Uttarakhand

Kottayam - Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram - Kerala

Delhi NCR 1 (Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad)

Kozhikode - Kerala

Thrissur - Kerala

Delhi NCR 2 (NOIDA, Greater NOIDA, Gaziabad)

Lucknow - Uttar Pradesh

Udaipur - Rajasthan

Dhanbad - Jharkhand

Ludhiana - Punjab

Vadodara - Gujarat

Dibrugarh - Assam

Madurai - Tamil Nadu

Varanasi - Uttar Pradesh

Asansol/Durgapur - West Bengal

Meerut - Uttar Pradesh

Vijayawada - Andhra Pradesh

Visakhapatnam - Andhra Pradesh

SLAT 2019 Admit Card - Instructions and Exam Day Guidelines

  • Candidates had to bring at least two A4 size colour printouts of the admit card of SLAT 2019 on the day of examination. Black and white printouts were not accepted. Along with the admit card, candidates had to carry a valid identity proof.

  • The printouts should have had a recent passport size colour photographs affixed on the designated space.

  • Candidates were advised to reach the examination centre before 7:30 am for morning session and 12:30 pm for afternoon session to complete the verification procedures. Candidates were not allowed to enter the examination hall after the stipulated exam timings.

  • If a candidate had selected both morning and afternoon sessions, they had to carry two admit cards for both the sessions.

  • Candidates had to carry with them a simple black or blue ball point pen.

  • Exam takers were provided with a rough sheet by the centre, so they had to refrain from bringing any rough sheets on the day of the exam.

  • Candidates’ SLAT admit card 2019 was authenticated on the day of the exam. Candidates are advised to retain the authenticated card until the admission process as they will have to furnish it in PI-WAT rounds. Candidates will not be provided with a duplicate authenticated admit card.

  • Electronic devices were not allowed inside the examination hall.

  • Cell phones, calculators, watch calculators, alarm clocks, digital watches with built in calculators/ memory or any electronic or smart devices were not allowed in the examination hall.

  • Candidates were not allowed to leave the examination hall until forty-five minutes of the test. Also, candidates, after submitting their answer sheet, were not allowed inside the examination hall again.

  • In case of any discrepancies in SLAT 2019 admit card, candidates had to get in touch with the officials immediately.

Check below the test day guidelines from the below window released by officials -


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SLAT Admit Card 2019 - FAQs

Q. When will the admit card of SLAT 2019 be released?

A. The admit card was released on April 24, 2019.

Q. What mode will the SLAT 2019 admit card be released in?

A. The admit card was released in the online mode.

Q. What all credentials will a candidate require to download SLAT admit card 2019?

A. Candidates had to enter login ID and password to download the admit card.

Q. What other documents will a candidate have to bring along with the admit card of SLAT 2019?

A. Candidates had to bring any of the following identity proofs along with the admit card - Driving License, passport, voter ID card, aadhar card, PAN card, School/college ID card.

Q. When should the candidate report to the examination centre?

A. Candidates had to report to the examination hall two hours before the exam is to start.

Q. How many printouts of SLAT 2019 card should the candidate carry on the day of the exam?

A. Candidates had to carry at least two color printouts of the admit card. Black and white printouts were not accepted. Also on the SLAT admit card 2019, candidates should have affixed their recent passport size photographs.

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