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NID RESULTS 2017

 


A candidate has to appear for all the tests in both the DAT Prelims and the DAT Mains in order to be considered for the merit list.

 DAT Prelims Results:

  • Category wise (OPEN, OBC-NCL, SC, ST & PwD) separate merit lists shall be prepared, based on the scores obtained in the DAT Prelims. 
  • Results for admission to NID for all the programmes for the Academic Year 2017–18 will be declared on www.admissions.nid.edu as per the schedule announced.
  • Candidates can also view their scores along with the results.
  • NID will not send separate result score cards individually to the candidates.

Shortlisted Candidates for DAT Mains:

  • After the announcement of Merit list of DAT Prelims, eligible candidates will have to appear for DAT Mains.
  • The number of candidates shortlisted will be not be less than three times the number of seats available per category in that programme .
  • Same rank will be assigned, in case of two or more candidates having same total score in DAT Prelims

Final Merit List:

  • For M.Design Programme: Based on the sum total of the weighted scores obtained by the candidate at each stage of the admission process, the final merit list for each discipline will be generated category wise.
  • For B.Des.and GDPD programmes: Based on the sum total of the weighted scores obtained by the candidate at each stage of the admission process, the final merit lists will be generated category wise.
  • The Senate of the institute will decide the weightage of DAT Prelims and DAT Mains.
  • Results for admission to NID for all the programmes for the Academic Year 2017–18 will be declared on www.admissions.nid.edu as per the schedule announced.
  • Candidates can also view their scores along with the results.
  • NID will not send separate result score cards individually to the candidates. 

Relaxation in cut-off scores for candidates from reserved categories

Candidates from reserved categories will be offered admission according to their rank in the first merit list. For the Open category, the lowest score of the last seat secured in the open category will be considered as the cut-off score for this category. Considering this as the standard of measure, cut-off scores will be relaxed for candidates from reserved categories as follows:

  • Candidates belonging to the OBC-NCL, SC, ST and PwD categories will be declared as qualified on the basis of the relaxed criterion as mentioned below:          
OBC-NCL SC ST  PwD
10% less than the cut-off score of the Open category

20% less than the cut-off score of the Open category

20% less than the cut-off score of the Open category  30% less than the cut-off score of the Open category 
  • If there are any unfilled seats in the OBC-NCL category due to cut-off in merit list or unavailability of candidates, the seats will be de-reserved and allotted to Open Category candidates in order of merit.
  • But the seats remaining vacant under the SC and ST categories will not be de-reserved.
  • The category selected by a candidate at the time of submitting the application form will be final. No requests for any change of category will not be permitted later.
  • Foreign nationals applying under the Overseas category are outside the ambit of reservation of seats for the OBC-NCL, SC, ST and PwD categories.

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