ATIT 2020 Admission, Application Procedure, Apply Online

ATIT is the Admission test for ICFAI. It is also called as ATIT 2020. It is a national level exam. Candidates who are seeking admission for the 4 years undergraduate program. This exam is conducted by the ICFAI foundation of Higher Education. Candidates who are seeking admission to various engineering courses can apply for this exam. The ATIT Entrance Exam is conducted by both online and offline methods. The last date for applying for this exam is expected to be held on May 2020.

Procedures for Applying ATIT Entrance Exams

The procedures for applying ATIT Entrance Exams are as follows


Applying through online

  • Candidates must visit the official website for registering.
  • For online registration click on to it for registering it through online.
  • Applicants need to enter their recent passport size photograph
  • The application fee for this exam is RS.700, and the payment can be done through debit/ credit card.

Applying through offline

  • Candidates must visit the official website for registering.
  • Candidates need to download the application form and take a printout of the Application form and should fill all the details on the application form.
  • Then applicants must paste a recent passport size photograph of the candidate.
  • After filling all the essential details candidates should send the envelope through speed post.

Important dates for ATIT 2020

Exam starts on (for both online & offline) – 04 to 07 April 2020(Online) & 21 April 2020(Offline)

Last date for submitting application form- 25 March 2020

Procedures for applying ATIT Exam

The procedures for applying ATIT exam are as follows

  • If candidates wish to apply through online, candidates must visit the official site and Then after should pay a fee of RS.700 as an application fee.
  • Candidates can pay the fee through debit/credit card for online payment.

Exam pattern for ATIT Exam

The Exam pattern for ATIT Exam of the following information’s

  • Only Objective type questions will be asked.
  • 30 questions will be asked regarding the subjects of Maths, physics, and chemistry.
  • The exam will be conducted for 2 hours.