June 4, 2020

APIIT NAT 2020 Exam Dates, Notification

APIIT NAT will get conducted in the first week of June. This examination is held by the Asia Pacific Institute of Information and Technology (APIIT). It is an institutional level Engineering entrance exam 2020. If you want to pursue your career in the branch of management of engineering, you should give this exam. The APIIT National Admission Test is mainly for undergraduates, which also includes B.Tech with it. If you want to administer yourself, then you can, but it is an offline procedure. The registration, along with the forms, has been started in October 2019. The students who want to get admission in The APIIT, have to give the exam.



The registrations for NAT 2020 had been started from the third week of October 2019 and will be paying until the first week of June 2020. The admit cards will be released 15 days before the test. The declaration of result will hold in the second week of June. Although the registration process is computer-based or online, the student still has to download the form and fill it the same manually. After the registration, you will get an ID and Password for the exam. Both will be given either by SMS or email.

 Courses in B.Tech:

 The courses offered by the APIIT NAT 2020 for undergraduates are

  • Electronics Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering 



 There is no official syllabus given by APIIT for NAT 2020. It would be best if you referred the syllabus for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics to qualify this exam. Or you can refer to the syllabus given below:

 Physics: Current Electricity, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Electrostatics, Thermodynamics, Electronic Devices, Communication Systems, Physical Measurement, Atom and Nuclei, Rotational Motion, Laws of Motion, Optics, Kinematics, Electromagnetic Waves, Oscillation and Waves, Work, Energy and Power.

  • Chemistry: Chemical Kinetics, Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Basic Concepts in Chemistry, Coordination Compounds, Thermodynamics, hydrogen, States of Matter, s and p block elements, Solutions, Biomolecules, Polymer, Hydrocarbons, Alcohol, Phenol, and Ethers.
  • Mathematics: Matrices and Determinants, Trigonometry, Sets, Relation and Functions, Statistics and Probability, Mathematical Induction, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability, Coordinate Geometry, 3D Geometry, Vector Algebra, Permutation and Combinations, Binomial Theorem and its Applications, Sequence and Series, Mathematical Reasoning.


Preparation Tips:


  • Please start with the Basic, solve the previous years’ question papers to get a hint about the upcoming exam, and get prepared for it. Observe the type of questions and do practice those questions in which you have doubts 
  • The exam paper consists of three sections, i.e., Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Always start with the article you are confident in. This will boosts you up, and there will be chances to score in other sections as well; hence, in the beginning, you will not panic yourself.
  • Now it’s time that you prepare a strategy because these papers made to be clear if you have a plan in your mind. Like, if you choose to start with Chemistry Section, then in which Chapter are you extremely confident about, or give all the questions a particular time, and if you can’t solve it, then leave it and answer the question afterward.


  • You will quickly excel in this exam if you have solved a variety of questions. You can find practice questions on the internet, and with the help of them, you should focus on improving your speed and accuracy.
  • It would help if you kept an eye on the marking schemes and weightage given to a particular section and then prepare according to it.
  • To analyse the exam pattern, the best way to achieve it is by solving previous years’ papers and sample papers given by them, and you can notice in which section and particularly in which part you are facing trouble.
  • You must have a time table, according to which you distribute your time to each subject. There are many mock tests and reference books that you can find on the internet to clarify yourself. And there are online videos that you can go through for your ease.
  • And at last, revision, because revision is an essential thing that is going to help crack any exam. Revising all the important topics before the exam will help you a lot.


Admission Process:

 For B.Tech Program: The Haryana State Technical Education Society takes 50% of the seats through “Online off-campus.” And based on the JEE Mains rank, your counseling will be done. And the 50% remaining seats will be allotted based on your JEE Mains rank and 12th marks.


Eligibility Criteria:


  • The student must pass with at least 45% marks (42.75% in case of SC/ST) in their respective board in all subjects less than the mentioned grades aspirants application will get rejected.
  • Mathematics and Physics are compulsory to pass in 10+2 boards and one optional subject that could be Chemistry, Computer Science, Biotechnology, or biology.


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