The Netaji Subhas Open University or NSOU has released the admit cards for the Online BDP Term End (Theory and Practical) examinations December 2020 and June 2021. Candidates can now download the admit cards from the official websites – wbnsou.ac.in and nsoucecdp.com. The examination will be held from October 03, 2021 (11:55 PM) to October 10, 2021 (11:55 PM). As per convenience, examinees can appear for the examination at any time within the time limit.
To download the admit cards, candidates will first have to visit the official NSOU website – wbnsou.ac.in. Now, on the top of the screen, click on the ‘BDP Admit Cards’ box. Again, click on the ‘Candidate’ category. The examination portal will open. On the top of the screen, click on the link for downloading the Online BDP Term End (Theory and Practical) examinations December 2020 and June 2021. A page will now open where the candidate has to enter the enrollment number and click on the ‘Download’ button. Once the admit card is downloaded, take a printout of the same.
Please note that the hard copies of the NSOU admit card 2021 will not be distributed at the concerned study centres. Also, examinees must not share any information that has been written in the admit cards and enrollment certificate cum identity card. The helpline number which the examinees can contact between 11 AM to 5 PM for assistance is 9830338974.
Candidates who will be appearing for the said examinations can do so using a tablet or smartphone, laptop or desktop computer that has active data connectivity. However, concerned learners cannot log in via more than one device at the same time. A dedicated portal – bdpjun21.nsou.smartestexam.com has to be used for the examinations. For that, candidates have to log in using their enrollment number, date of birth and roll number. During the login session, they will receive a One Time Password (OTP) at the phone number or email ID.
The examinees must complete the papers as mentioned in the admit cards within the given limited time. Candidates will only get the scope to appear for another paper after they have submitted the previous one. The online examination will be based on the MCQ method. The duration for a 100 marks paper is 3 hours and that for a 50 marks paper is 2 hours. However, after that, the time will be out. No negative marking scheme will be followed in the examinations. But, once an answer has been submitted, it cannot be corrected or edited.