ENAT is an acronym for EPSI National Admission Test (ENAT 2015) which is undertaken in order to evaluate all those aspiring candidates for a higher scope of education disciplines comprising of Engineering, Medicine, Management, Law & other disciplines as well. ENAT 2015 is considered as a critical part of the admission process to be carried out for Graduate Level as well as Post Graduate Level Programmes. These UG & PG Programmes are being offered by various participating Universities.
To be specific, ENAT 2015 is an Online Combined National Admission Test being conducted so as to provide admission to students at Undergraduate & Post Graduate level Programmes. The entrance exam is conducted to provide admissions in the field of Engineering, Medicine, Management. This exam stands out from the rest of the exams because of its unique feature of showing the marks/scores immediately as soon as they conclude the last question of the administered test.
This online admission test is similar to international testing system which has proved to be a reliable access to test the candidate’s capability. As of now ENAT 2015 is conducted only in English language but in the coming years it aspires to cover the tests in other languages as well. Let us know some more details on ENAT 2015 which shall help students to know better about the entrance exam so that they can prepare well for it.
ENAT 2015 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates willing to apply for ENAT 2015 must abide by the eligibility norms & criteria which should be sincerely followed on the basis of which candidates shall be allowed to appear for the exam.
- Constituent Universities following ENAT entrance exam follow their own eligibility criteria & hence candidates are asked to go through them carefully.
- Candidates applying for ENAT 2015 must be citizen of Indian Nationals only.
- Candidates must have passed their 10+2 examinations with Physics, Mathematics, English as the compulsory subjects & Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology as the optional subjects.
- Candidates must possess a minimum of 50% aggregate marks taken together in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects.