The All India Management Association will issue the MAT Admit card for 2019 exams on February 9 for the the Offline Test and 19 February 2019 for online mode. Although, the MAT Admit Card can be released online only. Please note that the MAT admit card will not be sent by post to any of the candidates. To download the MAT Admit Card the candidates need to login on the official website when the admit card is released and log in with their registration number, date of birth (DoB) or email ID to download the MAT admit card. Only those candidates will be issued the admit who have paid the application fees successfully. The MAT Admit Card is a crucial document and the candidates need to carry it to the exam centre. Also even after the exam, the Admit card has to be retained by the candidate as it is a crucial document for the further admission process.
Important Dates for MAT Admit Card
|Availability of admit card||February 9, 2019 (offline mode)
February 19, 2019 (online mode)
|MAT Offline exam||Phase 1: February 17, 2019
Phase 2: February 23, 2019
|MAT Online exam||February 23, 2019|
|MAT Result||February 28, 2019|
Steps to download the MAT Admit Card
As it is being told that the Admit Card is a crucial document and it won’t be sent to the candidates through post or any other mode. So, the candidates have to download the Admit Card themselves. Here is the step to download the MAT Admit Card.
- Candidates can download the admit card for MAT December exam from the official website.
- Then enter registration number, date of birth in DD/MM/YYYY and Email ID.
- Click on the submit button after filling all the necessary fields
- The MAT admit card would appear on the screen
- Download and print the admit card
- Candidates are required to keep a copy of MAT 2018 admit card for future purposes.
Details Printed on Admit Card
The admit card is a kind of an identity proof that the candidates have filled the form successfully. Also, the admit card consists of a candidates’ personal details along with the details regarding exams centre and time of the exam along with the mode of examination ( offline or online).
- Name of the candidate
- Roll number of the candidate
- Candidate photograph and signature
- MAT exam centre
- Exam Day instructions
Along with the admit card, the candidate has to bring a secondary an ID proof as well. Here is a list of secondary ID proofs candidate can bring.
- Driving License of the candidate
- PAN Card
- Voter ID card
- UID Aadhaar Card
Candidate must remember that information on the Admit Card and any of the other ID proofs must be the same. Any fraudulent or false identity proof or information produced would lead to the termination of your candidature. Also, not only for the exam date but the Admit Card is one of the most necessary documents as it would be required for further admission process as well. On the day of the examination, the top of the admit card would be signed by the invigilator and the candidates have to keep the lower half of the admit card with themselves safely.