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    Assam Polytechnic Admission Test will be in ‘Offline’ mode: Exam dates Declared

    It will be mandatory to follow all COVID-19 protocols and candidates without masks will not be allowed inside the exam centres

    GUWAHATI: The Directorate of Technical Education, Assam has released the dates of the Assam Polytechnic Admission Test or Assam PAT 2021. The PAT 2021 exams will be held in offline mode.

    The exams are scheduled to be held in two phases on July 18 and 25. The application process for the PAT 2021 exams will begin on May 20. The last date for submitting applications will be June 30.

    Assam Polytechnic It will be mandatory to follow all COVID-19 protocols and candidates without masks will not be allowed inside the exam centres. Candidates will also have to carry hand sanitizers, else they will not be allowed to appear for the exam.

    Once the registration process is over, DTE will release the admit card. It will be made available on the official website i.e. dte.assam.gov.in. Exam centres of all the candidates will be mentioned on their admit card or the hall ticket.

    Interested candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to apply for PAT 2021 by logging into the official website of the DTE.

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