CUET 2022: Applications for CUET will start from April 2, UGC has sent a circular to the Vice-Chancellors.
It is going to start from 2nd April 2022. However, other universities and institutions are also free to adopt it.
CUET – Common University Entrance Test: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has sent a circular to the Vice-Chancellors, Directors, and College Principals of all the universities. In this circular, the UGC has been asked to adopt the CUET score process for admission to graduate-level courses. UGC Chairman Professor M Jagadesh Kumar, while interacting with the media on Sunday, March 27, said that through a letter the heads of all higher education institutions have been written to adopt the CUET admission process. So that students do not have to worry about taking different exams for admission to different universities.
CUET applications will start from April
2 The application process for CUET i.e. Common University Entrance Test (CUET) for admission to undergraduate courses conducted in central universities is going to start from April 2, 2022. However, other universities and institutions are also free to adopt it. National Testing Agency (NTA) has been entrusted with the role of CUET from the application process to conduction of examination and preparation of results. Candidates can apply by visiting CUET Samarth website cuet.samarth.ac.in till 30 April 2022.
provide a single window opportunity to the students
The National Testing Agency has released the notification of CUET on Saturday CUET will provide a single-window opportunity to the students to take admission in any central university across the country. CUET-2022 will be conducted in Computer Based Test i.e. CBT mode. Candidates willing to participate in the examination should visit the official website cuet.samarth.ac.in and check the detailed notification. At the same time, the details of the courses to be conducted by the universities will be available on their respective portals.
The paper will be based on the 12th syllabus,
NTA said in the notification that the question paper in the exam will be based on the class 12th NCERT syllabus. There will be four parts in the exam – 13 languages in section-1A, 19 languages in section-1B, 27 domain-specific subjects in section-2 to choose from, and section-3 with general tests, etc. It is not mandatory to choose the option from each section. The selected option of the candidate should be on the course list of the respective university. At the same time, a candidate can choose a maximum of three languages, including Section-1A and Section-1B. The languages chosen should be in place of domain-specific themes. At the same time, under Section-2, candidates can choose a maximum of six subjects.