Bihar Entrance Competitive Examination Board is inviting online applications for Industrial Training Institute Competitive Admission Test 2019 for admission into engineering and non engineering trades offered by government and private ITIs of the state for the academic year 2019-20. Read on to get details on Bihar ITI Admission 2019 eligibility criteria, application process, exam pattern, important dates and other details on Bihar ITICAT 2019.
Bihar ITI Admission 2019 eligibility criteria
Age limit– Candidate must be 14 years old on or before 01-08-2019 and for mechanic motor vehicle and mechanic tractor minimum age limit is 17 years. There is no upper age limit.
Educational qualification- Candidate must have passed 10th class examinations with mathematics and science from recognized board or university. In case of candidates appearing in 10th class examination can also apply for the same.
How to apply for Bihar ITI Admission 2019
Eligible candidates can register themselves at http://bceceboard.bihar.gov.in/ click on “Apply for ITICAT-2019” button given on the homepage of website. Fill the required details along with your valid phone number and email to get registration number and password for future use. Applicants can pay the application fee of Rs. 750 (Rs. 100 for reserved category) (Rs. 430 for disabled candidates) + Bank Charges as applicable either online via Net Banking / Debit Card / Credit Card or Offline through NEFT Challan Option available at board website.
Bihar ITI Admission 2019 important dates
• Last date to apply for Bihar ITI admission 2019 – April, 2019
• Last date of submitting online application fee and through challan – April, 2019
• Last date of payment through Net Banking / Debit Card / Credit Card – May, 2019
• Online Editing of Application Form- May 2019
• Issue of Online Admit Card- May 2019
• Bihar ITI admission 2019 exam date- May, 2019
Bihar ITI Admission 2019 exam pattern
Entrance test will be going to conduct in May, 2019. Total duration of the exam will be 2 hours 15 minutes. 150 Multiple choice questions will be asked from Mathematics, Science and General knowledge i.e. 50 questions from each section. For every correct answer two marks will be awarded. There will be no negative marking.