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The National Law University, Delhi has decided to conduct AILET 2020 in a home-based online RPT mode in view of the COVID-19 pandemic and the risks pertaining to it. The exam will be conducted on August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m to 12:30 p.m.
In order to familiarise candidates with the new mode of examination, a number of exam day guidelines have been released by the university. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will also soon announce the schedule of webinars and mock tests for the exam. Read on to find more about the exam guidelines:
Lack of Connectivity: Internet constraints and issues related to internet speed, power cuts, connectivity will be best dealt with by ensuring a backup option such as using the mobile phone and its internet connection or visiting a cyber cafe with a steady internet connection and power.
Lack of Resources: The issue of lack of resources such as Internet/ Wi-Fi or computers at home can be best handled by taking help from acquaintances who have a computer system and proper internet connectivity. As candidates have enough time to arrange the same, this will not be a major problem.
System Issues: System Issues such as broken computer devices, technical problems such as time of examination not recorded will be dealt with in the webinars that will be held on AI-based AILET 2020. Two webinars and a mock test for the exam will be conducted by the NTA to fill the candidates on an online form of testing.
The inability of Candidates to Use Computer Applications: Only basic computer literacy is required in attempting the AILET online examination.
Security: RPT mode is the safest option for conducting online-based tests that are remotely attempted by candidates. NTA is a reliable government-approved agency known for its quality and confidentiality and the organisation is publicly regulated, hence security will not be a concern.
In case of other major problems where candidates are unable to deal with the issues suggested above, they can reach out to the exam helpdesk on firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 9899920124 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. There will be more technical guidance from the conducting body regarding the operation and guidelines that will help the candidates comprehensively.
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