The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) 2022 for UG admissions will be held in two phases between July 15 and August 4, University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Mr. Jagadesh Kumar said on Tuesday. , adding that the admission cards of applicants appearing in the first phase was released today. Admission cards for applicants appearing in phase two will be issued on July 31. This is standard practice in all exams conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), whether JEE, NEET or CUET,” Kumar said.
CUET will be held in 500 cities in India and 10 cities outside the country. Nearly 14,90,000 candidates will take the test. In the first phase, nearly 8,10,000 students participate. In the second phase, approximately 6,80,000 students would appear. “For Phase 1, exams will start on July 15, and we have already announced for all applicants whether they are in Phase One or Phase Two. We have also announced the city information and when they will the newspapers will pass, ”said the president.
“There is no reason to worry, I urge students not to panic. Almost 97-98% will get their first choice city. Only about 2% may not get their first choice , but they will surely get their second choice of city,” he said. He added that in case a student wants to change their city choice, NTA helplines will be available on their website.
“The NTA has ensured that in the event of difficulty, if a student wishes to change their choice of city, they can always call the NTA hotline or write an email, both of which are available on the website. NTA website. The NTA will definitely review all such applications and change the exam city,” he said. Urging candidates not to panic, he reassured them that the program will be limited to what students studied in 12th grade.
“My request to all applicants is to focus on the exam. Don’t be worried. You have just completed your 12th standard board exam. The program is also going to be limited to your 12th standard board exams, which is fresh in your mind. , so focus on your studies for CUET. I wish you all success in CUET,” he said. (ANI)
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