Recently, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has released DAVV Admit Card 2019 for its yearly exam. Candidates can download their Admit cards for April 2019 session on its official website, davv.mponline.gov.in. To access it, a candidate requires to his/ her enrollment number, semester and status. Candidates must note that, DAVV Admit Card 2019 has been released for those candidates appearing for their April yearly exam for Regular/ ATKT/ Ex/Private/Ex-Private students.
Then, by clicking the “Go” button, a candidate’s DAVV Admit Card 2019 for Yearly Exam will appear on the device’s screen. Candidates are advised to check all the details printed on the DAVV Admit Card 2019, before saving a copy of it.
Details mentioned on the DAVV Admit Card 2019, that needs to be checked are as follows – Candidate’s Name, Parent’s / Guardian’s Name, Registration Number, Roll Number, Examination Year, College Code, Controller of Examination, Photograph and Signature, Paper Code and Paper Name. In case of any error, a candidate is advised to directly contact the University and get it resolved. Other than these details, a candidate also finds a list of instructions related to the exam.
As per these instructions, a candidate is advised to reach the exam hall at least 30 mins before the exam commencement time. For appearing the annual examinations of DAVV, every candidate needs to possess a copy of this admit card, issued online, along with an original ID proof. Without these two things, a candidate is not allowed to appear for their yearly examinations.
Devi Ahilya University, Indore was started in the year 1964. This State University believes in its motto “Dhiyo Yonah Prachodayat” and extends education to various tribal and rural backward districts of the State. Currently, this University offers 27 teaching departments which offers undergraduate, post-graduate and research programmes across its 16 faculties.
DAVV has two campuses, one in Nalanda and other in, Takshshila. This University has 270 member colleges plus 33 teaching departments and centers. As per some latest news, The University has even proposed to open a medical college- cum- hospital. For UG & PG courses, the University mostly considers either Common Entrance Test (CET) and Doctoral Entrance Test (DET) marks. Only for Certificate/ Diploma, B. Pharm. (Lateral entry admission), P.G.Diploma and some other courses, that are offered after Graduation, a candidate is not required to appear for CET. And, then the marks of qualifying level of exam is considered.