Objective and Scope of NAT

National Aptitude Test (NAT) has been evolved under the expertise of the SAHEI to cater to the needs of the Higher Education system in India. Diverse range of requirements of various Institutions and student community has led to the formalization of National Aptitude Test (NAT). The objective of conducting the test are as under:

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To determine a merit list for selection of candidates by the prospective Institutions at the UG and PG levels separately
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To facilitate the attributes of a Common Entrance Test to the aspiring candidates
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To provide a listing of Institutions seeking candidates with appropriate skills on a common platform
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To do away with the candidates' agony of appearing for multiple entrance tests of individual institutions
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To facilitate a common test at the national level for endorsement by the Government as a third party at Under Graduate and Post Graduate level
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To provide a country wide, fair, transparent, valid, authenticated opportunity to candidates at a very reasonable cost
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To make common testing popular and a standard medium
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To provide services to Institutions for serving their entrance examination requirements
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To offer expert, qualitaive, stat-of-the-art services across the country rather than limiting the operations in nearby areas of the Institutions
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To allow informed choice making to the students
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To provide a listing of candidates across the country on a common test medium

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