Srishti Entrance and Aptitude Test, commonly known as SEAT 2019, will be held by Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in the third week of April. Around 300 undergraduate design seats in total (200 at Bangalore campus and 100 at Pune centre) will be filled on merit basis in SEAT 2019. Test-takers’ awareness and understanding about design will be evaluated via SEAT 2019. A portfolio review along with counselling will also be held. At the completion of the course, the students will be awarded Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) by the University of Mysore. The total fee will be Rs.20 lakhs.
Past Dates and Events
27 Apr, 2019
Result | Mode: Online
21 Apr, 2019 - 22 Apr, 2019
Exam | Mode: Offline
SEAT eligibility criteria 2019 state that applicants must have passed any one of the below mentioned exams:
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Other
SEAT application form 2019 will be available in online mode only. Both the parts of the SEAT 2019 application form- 1 and 2, have to be downloaded by the applicants.
Steps to fill application form of SEAT 2019
Step 1- Download SEAT application form 2019.
To get the registration form, applicants will be required to click on the online link. They will have to register online and download the form.
Step 2- Fill registration form
Applicants will be required to provide following personal, educational and contact details:
Step 3- Pay application fee
Applicants will have to make payment of non-refundable application fee via demand draft. The application fee of SEAT 2019 is Rs.5,000 that has to be paid through DD drawn in favour of Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore. Candidates should mention their name clearly on the back side of DD.
Step 4- Post SEAT application form 2019
The candidates will be required to accompany the below mentioned documents with the filled SEAT registration form 2019:
Candidates will have to courier all these documents, SEAT 2019 application form and the fee at this address:
Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology,
N3 Campus, No. 40/D, 2nd Cross, 5th Main
Shiva Mandir Road (Near 5th Phase Bus Stop),
KHB Industrial Area,
Yelahanka, Bangalore, 560 106
Phone No.: 080-49000800
Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, the exam conducting body, will announce the SEAT exam pattern 2019. Test 1 of SEAT 2019 will be a written test of nearly 2-3 hours. The entrance test will assess the candidate’s skills to enquire, explore and observe the details. They will be evaluated in one or more of the below mentioned fields:
After successfully completing the test 1, candidates will be eligible to appear for test 2 (either only written, or part-written and part-practical).
The final exam, test 3, will comprise the portfolio review and a counselling session. This test will be conversational in style.
SEAT admit card 2019 will be available in online mode. The institute will send the admit card of SEAT 2019 on the registered email address of candidates. They should take at least two printouts of the admit card. SEAT admit card 2019 has to be brought to the exam centre along with a valid photo ID card on the day of the exam.
SEAT result 2019 will be announced in phases in online mode via Srishti Online Admissions Portal. There will be a first list and a waiting list of the candidates.
Mode of Counselling:
Qualified candidates of test 2 will be called for portfolio review and SEAT 2019 counselling session in Bangalore. The counselling procedure will be conversational in style.
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Your 12th score is useful only for you to be eligible for appearing for NEET. As a Candidate belonging to OBC Category, you should score a minimum aggregate of 40% in Physcis, Chemistry and Biology. Your 12th marks role ends there.
Now AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS have been scrapped in favour of NEET. Now NEET will remain the sole entrance examination for admission to MBBS colleges across India. Adding on that, AIIMS releases its score in the form of percentiles and NEET releases the score in the form of marks. In 2019, the cut off for OBC for AIIMS was 95.29 percentile. It is approximately 684. And cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exams, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So if you want to get into AIIMS, your target should be nothing less than 700.
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