The Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) is all set to conduct the KIIT Entrance Examination (KIITEE) from February 4 to 6, 2022. The mock test for the same is being held on February 2 and 3, 2022. Candidates can attempt the mock test by visiting the official websites of KIIT, kiit.ac.in and kiitee.kiit.ac.in today and tomorrow. The admit card for Phase 1 KIITEE is available for download in the websites. Candidates can login using their application number and date of birth to download the admit card. The exam will be conducted as an online proctored test.
How to attempt the KIITEE 2022 Mock Test?
Step 1: Visit the official website of KIITEE, kiitee.kiit.ac.in.
Step 2: Login using application number and password at the mock test link.
Step 3: Click on the direct link for the mock test and attempt the exam.
Pre-requisites for the Mock Test:
- Computer/ laptop
- Google Chrome browser
- Antivirus software installed in the computer.
- Stable internet connection
- Private room with no disturbances
- Mobile phone
Important guidelines on the exam day:
Candidates should login through their computer and mobile phone atleast 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the exam. Candidates should have the above mentioned pre-requisites on the exam day. It is mandatory that there is no other person with the candidate in the room. Candidates will be asked to take a photo of themselves. The exam link will be available in the website, kiit.ac.in on the day of the exam. Candidates can login using their details. Candidates are awarded 4 marks for right answer and there is a negative marking of -1. The test duration is 2 hours and the screen will automatically close once the exam concludes. Candidates should not engage in any malpractices. If the proctor finds anything suspicious in candidate’s activities, the candidate will be debarred from the exam. The microphone and webcam should be turned on throughout the duration of the exam.
The KIITEE exam is conducted in 4 phases. Candidates who have applied for the Phase 1 need not apply again for the rest 3 phases. The exam is conducted to admit candidates into a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate and Integrated M.Sc – Ph.D courses including law, engineering, arts, management and commerce, computer science and medicine. Candidates can align their preparation with the syllabus prescribed in the official notification. The Phase 2 will be conducted in the month of April, Phase 3 in May and finally, Phase 4 in June.