Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) is going to release the HP D.El.Ed CET admit card today, June 15, 2022. The admit card for the exam shall be released on hpbose.org anytime during the day. HP D.El.Ed CET examination is scheduled for June 19, 2022, in a single shift from 11 am to 1 pm. Candidates can download the HP D.El.Ed CET admit card using the login credentials asked on the download page. The board is not going to send the admit card to any of the candidates via post or offline mode.
Earlier, the board released the names of the candidates who were disqualified during the HP D.El.Ed CET application process. Candidates whose name is mentioned on the reject list will not be able to download the admit card for the examination. The candidate whose application form is accepted but is unable to download the admit card can report the issue to the concerned authorities till June 18, 2022. The HP D.El.Ed CET exam is going to be held in 71 test centres located across the state.
HP D.El.Ed CET Admit Card 2022
HP D.El.Ed CET admit card is going to be released only in the online mode. Candidates aspiring to appear in the exam are advised to keep the login credentials i.e. application number, course name and date of birth handy. The admit card is going to be available in PDF format. Therefore, candidates should cross-verify it for the details and then a clear printout has to be taken for the exam day. Those who do not remember their application number can use the option to retrieve the same from the login page itself.
HP D.El.Ed CET exam is going to be held in the offline mode with 100 questions from Hindi, English, Numerical Ability and General Awareness. The exam is going to be having questions in English and Hindi. The nature of the questions asked in the exam shall be objective in nature. Candidates will get two hours to complete the test.
HP D.El.Ed CET exam is held annually to offer admissions in the two-year D.El.Ed programme offered by the university. There are a total of 2450 seats for admission in government and private institutions. Out of the total, 900 seats are available in the government colleges and the remaining in the privately held colleges.