National Testing Agency is all set to conduct the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2021. The entrance test will take place as per schedule on March 31, 2021, in two shifts. The first shift will take place from 09:00 AM to 12:00/ 12:30 PM followed by second session starting from 03:00 PM to 06:00/ 06:30 PM. The call letters for CMAT 2021 are also available that candidates can download from cmat.nta.ac.in.
The conducting body has published certain exam day guidelines with the call letter as well. As per the guidelines, candidates have to carry CMAT 2021 admit card to the exam centre. With that, they have to carry a simple transparent ballpoint pen, self-declaration form, additional passport size photograph for pasting on the attendance sheet and a valid photo ID proof.
Before reaching the exam centre, candidates have to enter the details that are required in the Self-Declaration Form. It is available online with the admit card. Ensure that the information is filled in legible handwriting. Also, paste a passport size photograph, thumb impression and parent’s signature at the space provided.
Moreover, NTA has also published COVID-19 advisory as a precautionary step against coronavirus. Candidates have to carry their masks and gloves along with the personal hand sanitiser. Also, they have to carry a personal transparent water bottle at the centre. It is mandatory to maintain the social-distancing in/outside the premises of the exam centre. Candidates have to maintain a minimum of 06 feet distance while entering the exam hall. They also have to undergo the thermal screening test before entering the centre.
Also, the reporting time is mentioned on the CMAT 2021 admit card. The lab number will not be displayed outside the centre in order to avoid crowding. Aspirants will get their lab number via bar code readers before entering the exam hall. Furthermore, candidates have to sanitize their hands before entering. They have to wear the 3 ply face mask that the centre invigilator provides. Candidates are expected to wear fresh face masks to avoid any chance of UFM being used in the exam.
Candidates are suggested not to wear shoes with thick soles. Also, avoid wearing garments with a large button. Aspirants are also not allowed to carry any personal items to the exam centre. It includes electronic gadget, stationery items, mobile phones and other banned items.