Opening of the online application window for CUET from April 2; Check details here

CUET 2022: The application process for Common University Entrance Test (CUET 2022) Undergraduate programs at central universities for the 2022-23 academic session will start from April 2, the National Testing Agency (NTA) informed on Sunday. Posting a notification on its website, the NTA said, “Aspirants who wish to take the test can refer to the Information Bulletin for Admission to Desired Central Universities (UC) Undergraduate Programs for the admission to undergraduate programs.”Read also – UGC writes to all universities, colleges; Application to Use CUET Scores for Admissions to UG Programs

To fill the CUET 2022 Application Form (UG), desired candidates can log on to CUET (UG) – 2022 will be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. The online application window will remain open until April 30, 2022. Also Read – DU Admission 2022: No Limit List This Year, Check What Is Required To Get Admission In Delhi University

The notification was issued by Dr. Sadhna Parashar, Senior Director of NTA. All CUET questions will be based on the class 12 exam syllabus. Students studying in class 12 this year and if a university allows students who passed the 12th board exam last year to be admitted into 2022 may also appear in this CUET. Read also – CUET 2022: What is the minimum qualification? When will the exams take place? Will it be online or offline, all you need to know

The CUET will have a Section 1A, Section 1B, General Test, and Area Specific Topics. Section 1A, which will be compulsory, will be in 13 languages ​​and candidates will be able to choose the language of their choice. CUET will run in 13 Indian languages ​​apart from Hindi, English. Students can choose their preferred language. It will have English including Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Oriya, Punjabi and Hindi. The compulsory paper in CUET will have to be given in one of these Indian languages. In area-specific subjects, a candidate can choose up to a maximum of six areas they wish to pursue at the undergraduate level.

UGC Chairman, M Jagadesh Kumar had said on Monday that Central Universities will have to use Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores to admit students to undergraduate programs and not grades from the CUET’s curriculum will be mirrored with NCERT’s Class 12 model curriculum, Kumar had said.