AP LAWCET 2018 ADMIT CARD
STATE LEVEL ONLINE TEST
AP LAWCET Admit Card 2018 will be released from April 14 by Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur. Law aspirants appearing for AP LAWCET 2018 on April 19 can download the document from the official website.
Candidates who register successfully, can download the hall ticket using their Registration No. and DOB/ Password. The application form will be available at sche.ap.ac.in in February 2018.
|AP LAWCET 2018 Admit Card Date||April 14, 2018 (tentative)|
|Mode of availability||Online|
|Credentials Required to access admit card||Registration No. and DOB|
|Details on AP LAWCET Admit Card||Candidate’s name, application number, test center, test date & time, course, category|
|Documents to carry on exam day||AP LAWCET Admit Card and one Photo ID|
|AP LAWCET Helpline Desk||skuaplawcet2017@gmail | 08554-255893|
Candidates must follow these steps to download AP LAWCET 2018 Admit Card:
Step 1: Visit the official website of AP LAWCET i.e sche.ap.gov.in
Step 2: Click on ‘Download Hall Ticket’ Link
Step 3: Enter Registration Number and Date of Birth in required fields
Step 4: Check and verify all the details on your getaway ticket
Step 5: Download and take a printout of the hall ticket.
Note: It is advised to take more than one printout of the admit card as it is an important document that will be required until the admissions are finalized
The document contains all the important details about the exam day and candidates. All the examinees need to refer their admit cards for the correct test venue, its address, reporting time and all the other specifications.
|Candidate’s Details||Exam Day Details|
|Name of the candidate||Exam Date and Time|
|Roll No. and Category||Exam Venue|
|Photo and Signature||Exam Day instruction|
There are certain rules and regulations defined by the authorities. Such instructions are printed on the back of AP LAWCET Admit Card in English and Telugu. They are as follows:
Candidates must acquaint themselves with the general instructions to be followed on the day of exam. It is important to know what is allowed and which actions are prohibited. Some of the things to be kept in mind on the day of AP LAWCET 2018 are given below:
Candidate is allowed to appear only once for the exam and multiple appearances will result in cancellation of candidature.
Q. Can I get a copy of AP LAWCET Admit Card as I have lost the document?
Ans. Yes, a duplicate will only be issued to you if you will provide a copy of AP LAWCET Application Form and copy of payment slip/fee challan as proof of fee submission.
Q. Why am I facing issues while downloading the admit card online?
Ans. There can be various reasons that could lead to failure in downloading the document. They are as follows:
Q. What should be done in case of issues occurring while accessing the LAWCET Hall Ticket?
Ans. Candidates facing issues in downloading the document should contact the Chief Superintendent of the concerned Test Centre at least two days before AP LAWCET 2018 to get a duplicate hall ticket/admit card issued.
Q. What should be done in case of Discrepancy in AP LAWCET Admit Card?
Ans. In case of any error or non receipt of the document, candidates can contact the Sri Krishnadecaraya University, Anantapur Help desk. The University has set up a centralized help desk to resolve the grievances or queries of candidate. Mentioned below are the contact details for the same: For any queries send your concerns to the address given below : THE CONVENER
APLAWCET / APPGLCET - 2018
Department of Law
Anantapuramu – 515003 Email ID – skuaplawcet2017@gmail Contact No. - 08554-255893 Office Working Hours: 10:00AM to 5:00PM
Q. What all Identity Proofs are acceptable for AP LAWCET?
|Driving Licence||Voter’s Card|
|Bank Passbook||Aadhaar Card|
Q. How many Exam Centers are there for AP LAWCET 2018?
Ans. As per the updates, AP LAWCET Exam Centers are still the same as last year. The list is as follows:
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College