Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) is going to conduct the VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE) 2021 re-exam tomorrow, June 10, 2021. A mock test for the same is scheduled today, June 09, 2021, through the Online Remote Proctored (ORP) format from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Candidates are requested to appear for the mock exam in the selected exam slot to familiarise themselves with the exam mode. This is to ensure that no chaos or last-minute errors occur during the actual examination. Once the re-exam gets over, results shall be announced soon after on the official website vit.ac.in, preferably in the month of June 2021 itself.
VIT authorities had sent an email to the registered candidates, notifying them of the re-examination schedule. Accordingly, the re-exam is scheduled to be conducted on Thursday, June 10, 2021. Slot booking for the same began from June 05, 2021, 10:00 am to June 08, 2021, up to 5:00 pm. Subsequently, the artificial intelligence (AI) proctored mock exam is to be conducted today. Authorities have advised candidates to take the mock test to check the compatibility of their device before the actual entrance test.
Previously, VITEEE 2021 was conducted on May 28, 29 and 31, 2021. However, due to various reasons, certain candidates were not able to appear for the exam. Thus, VIT authorities decided to conduct a re-test today as the last attempt for those who are seeking admission for engineering programs at VIT for the academic year 2021-22.
The email sent to registered candidates clearly specifies that the VITEEE 2021 re-exam is being conducted only for specific students. These students were absent or could not log in to the exam portal on the scheduled date and slot. However, it is the responsibility of such candidates to use suitable devices along with a good internet connection and power back up. Moreover, they must appear for the exam in an uninterrupted atmosphere.
The re-exam scheduled tomorrow is the last attempt and VIT shall not be entertaining any requests for another re-exam. Authorities shall also not be responsible for any interruptions occurring during the exam. Hence, candidates must make sure that their device and other exam prerequisites are in place. Candidates must also bear in mind that attempts of copying, sharing or discussing questions with family members or friends during the exam shall be considered as malpractice. Such attempts shall lead to direct disqualification of candidates from the VIT 2021 admission process.
VIT authorities have also advised students to read all the guidelines, do’s and don’ts regarding the Online Remote Proctored Examination (ORPE) available on the official website vit.ac.in. Candidates are expected to abide by all rules and regulations specified by authorities regarding the VITEEE 2021 examination.