SCERT 2020 Admit Card will be released on Last week of May 2020 online on the official website. SCERT 2020 (State Council of Educational Research and Training) will be released by the Directorate of TE & SCERT Government of Odisha (DTE & SCERT). SCERT 2020 examination is a state-level exam which is organised to offer admissions in various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various government/private universities/colleges. Candidate can read the complete article to know more about the SCERT admit card 2020.
SCERT 2020 Admit Card Important Dates
Here are all the important dates for the admit date of SCERT 2020 examination are given in the table below:
SCERT 2020 Admit Card Dates
|Releasing Date of Admit Card||Last Week of May 2020|
|Exam Date||First Week of June 2020|
SCERT 2020 Admit Card
The candidate makes sure to check all the points before downloading the admit card for SCERT 2020 examination which is given below:
- Without SCERT admit card, the candidate will not be allowed in the examination hall.
- Candidate must carry one ID proof along with admit card at the examination hall.
- If candidates are unable to download the hall ticket from the official website, then the candidate immediately contacts with the authority through email or helpline number.
- Candidate must come 30 min before the exam at the SCERT 2020 examination centre.
Documents Required to Take in SCERT 2020 Examination Hall
The candidate makes ensure to take the listed documents in the SCERT 2020 examination hall which is given below;
- SCERT 2020 admit card in hardcopy.
- ID proof like aadhar card/pan card for candidate's verification.
- One passport size coloured photograph same as uploaded on the application form.
How to Download the SCERT 2020 Admit Card?
To download the admit card of the SCERT exam candidate must follow all the steps which are given below:
- Step 1: Candidate must visit the official website of the SCERT 2020 exam. ---> "SCERT official website".
- Step 2: Click on the "Online Application" button.
- Step 3: On the next window, click on the "Teacher Education & SCERT" button.
- Step 4: Click on the next page, candidate fill their mobile number and click on the "Get bar code no." button.
- Step 5: On the new page, fill the bar code number and click the "SCERT 2020 Admit Card" button.
- Step 6: On the next window the admit card will appear on the screen, the candidate must download the admit card of SCERT 2020 admit card.
- Step 7: Take out the print of the SCERT 2020 admit card.
Descrepencies/Error In The SCERT 2020 Admit Card
In case, if any candidate received their admit card without a photo on it then they can attach the photograph on the admit card and can show that at the examination centre to the examiner. The candidate who has submitted their application form but has not received the admit card from the official website or wrong information is printed on the admit card should contact though email or helpline number to the conducted authority. The contact details of SCERT are given below:
- Address: Directorate Of Teacher Education & SCERT, Bhubaneswar – 751003 Odisha, India.
- Email Address: [email protected]
- Helpline Number: 155335, 1800-345-6770
Details On The SCERT 2020 Admit Card
All the details on the SCERT admit card 2020 are listed below:
- Applicant's Name
- Mother Name
- Father Name
- Exam Name
- Examination Date and Timings
- Examination Centre Name and Code
- Address of Examination Centre
Things Not To Carry In The SCERT 2020 Examination Hall
Candidates make sure not to carry all the listed things in the SCERT 2020
examination hall. All the unwanted things are listed below:
- Candidates are not allowed to bring baggage/luggage to the venue of the SCERT 2020 examination centre.
- Inside the examination hall Smoking, eating and drinking of tea, coffee, cold drinks etc. are strictly prohibited.
- Plain papers and Log tables are restricted in the examination hall.
- Electronic devices
- Calculators (Normal/Scientific)
- Mobile Phones
SCERT 2020 Exam Pattern
The SCERT 2020 examination will be an online CBT (Computer Based Test) exam. The question paper will be divided into two sections. The complete question paper will be of 90 marks where section-I will be of 30 marks and section-II be of 60 marks. All the questions will be of MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions).