Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is expected to release the admit cards for the HAL Management Trainees (MT) Online Selection Test 2021 today, August 02, 2021. Hall tickets for all the registered candidates shall be issued through the online mode on the official website hal-india.co.in. The first part of the selection process is scheduled to be held on August 12 and 13, 2021. Candidates are expected to appear for the online test as per the date, time and venue specified in the admit cards. However, authorities will not be issuing any admit card personally through post or email.
To download the HAL MT 2021 admit cards, candidates must visit the official website hal-india.co.in. Thereafter, they must click on the “CAREERS” link present at the top-right corner of the homepage. A new page will open in which candidates must click on the Management Trainee link under the “Job posting information”. This will direct aspirants to a new page.
On the newly opened page, aspirants must click on the “Click here to view” under the “Career Documents/Details” section. Candidates then have to click on the Admit Card download displayed in the list of documents available. Students are advised to keep A4-size pages handy to print 2-3 copies of the HAL MT 2021 admit cards.
Candidates are advised to download their admit cards only from the official website and not from any unreliable site. This document specifies important information such as candidate details, exam date, time, venue and other exam-related instructions. Therefore, skilling carefully through the admit cards beforehand is of utmost importance.
HAL MT 2021 selection process comprises of two stages – 1. Online Selection Test and 2. Interview round. As per the latest information, the online written exam is all set to be held on August 12 and 13, 2021. Candidates are instructed to carry their admit card along with a photo ID to the exam venue. This photo ID can include Aadhaar Card, Voter ID, PAN Card, Passport, etc. Any one photo ID is more than sufficient to carry to the allotted exam centre.
The online written exam shall be organised for a duration of two and a half hours. The test shall comprise of three distinct sections –
#1 General Awareness (20 MCQs)
#2 English and Reasoning (40 MCQs)
#3 Candidate-specific Discipline of Engineering (100 MCQs)
According to official information, the test can be given in Hindi or English language as per the candidate’s preference. However, this choice will be given at the start of the exam. No changes in the language shall be entertained later on. Therefore, candidates must carefully select their choice of language before proceeding to give the exam.