The Assam PAT 2022 registration has been started by the Directorate of Technical Education, Assam on its official website, dte.assam.gov.in. The willing and interested candidates for Assam PAT 2022 can apply online at the DTE Assam official website and finish the registration and application process.
The deadline for students to complete the Assam PAT 2022 exam registration and application is June 10, 2022, according to the timetable published on the official website. When applying for the Assam PAT 2022 exam, students must ensure that they upload all required documents as listed in the application list and pay the application fee through the provided link.
Assam PAT Registration 2022
|Exam||Assam Polytechnic Admission Test|
|Organiser||Directorate of Technical Education, Assam|
|Exam Date||July 17, 2022|
|Registration Date||May 01 to June 10, 2022|
The official website for Assam PAT 2022 registrations and application forms is dte.assam.gov.in. Candidates can also finish the Assam PAT 2022 Registration and Application process by clicking on the link provided below.
Assam PAT Application 2022: How To Apply
The application forms for the Assam Polytechnic Admission Test are available on the official website. To complete the applications, students click on the registration and application link. Students will be able to complete the application form and submit the application fee after finishing the registrations.
Candidates applying for Assam PAT 2022 should pay the application fee through online mode only. The Assam PAT 2022 exams are set to take place on July 17, 2022. For the students, the tests will be held in an offline mode. DTE Assam will also announce the date for the release of the Assam PAT 2022 Admit Card soon.
Assam PAT Registration 2022: Eligibility
Assam PAT 2022 is a test for admission to polytechnic programmes offered by the state's numerous colleges. Candidates taking the Assam PAT tests must have passed their class 12 exams in the first attempt with a minimum of 40 percent aggregate in Mathematics and Science, and a minimum of 35 percent and 33 percent in two subjects for SC/ST students, respectively.