Which universities use CUET?
Over 53 Central Universities including Aligarh Muslim University, Assam University, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Banaras Hindu University, Central University of Andhra Pradesh, Central University of South Bihar, Central University of Gujarat, Central University of Haryana, Central University of Himachal Pradesh, and Central University of Jammu, will accept CUET 2022 scores.
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The CUET (UG) – 2022 will be a computer-based test (CBT) with objective-type multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The exam will take place in the first and second weeks of July 2022.
Where are the centers?
According to the standards of the Ministry of Education, the NTA has constructed, erected and established a network of test practice centers for test takers, especially in remote and rural areas, to enable them to practice and practice. feel comfortable doing CBT.
CUET will be held in 547 Indian cities and 13 international cities. The test will take place in all major cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Bhopal, Kolkata, Jammu, Udaipur, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Indore, Surat, Srinagar and others. While completing the application form, candidates should prioritize their exam city preferences for CUET 2022 as each center has limited places on a given date to take the test. You can check the additional information while completing the online application.
Format of CUET
The CUET (UG) – 2022 will be divided into four sections with the maximum time given to a candidate being 3 hours and 15 minutes in a slot. The IA section will give applicants the option to choose from 13 languages. In addition to those available in Section IA, Section IB will offer 20 languages. In each language, 40 out of 50 questions are to be attempted. Candidates will be assessed on their language skills through reading comprehension in the form of MCQ-based questions, with each language given 45 minutes.
Section II will offer 27 domain-specific topics, with a limit of 6 domains per applicant, as applicable for a university or universities. In this section, 40 questions are to be attempted out of 50 and they will be tested according to the NCERT Class XII syllabus in the form of MCQ-based questions, with candidates getting 45 minutes for each area.
A general test will be given in section III. In this section, 60 questions are to be attempted out of 75 and they will be tested through General Knowledge, Current Affairs, General Mental Ability,
Numerical ability, quantitative reasoning, logical and analytical reasoning in the form of MCQ-based questions with candidates getting 60 minutes for this.
How much is the membership fee for CUET?
Applicants in the general category must pay a sum of 650? to register for the CUET 2022 exam, while Gen-EWS/OBC-NCL and SC/ST/PwD candidates need to pay a fee of 600? and 550, respectively. . The CUET 2022 application fee can be paid online by credit/debit card, UPI, Paytm or net banking.
Candidates must complete the online CUET application form on the official exam website. The first step is to create an account by entering basic information such as your name, address, and phone number. This will produce username and password credentials. Candidates must complete the CUET 2022 application form with their personal and academic information, program and exam city preferences, and upload documents after logging in with their registration credentials.
To apply for admission to Bachelor’s degree programs at Central Universities, students must have completed Class 12 from a recognized science board. To be eligible for CUET 2022, candidates must have obtained a minimum of 50% in class 12 in the general category and a minimum of 45% in the SC/ST category. The minimum aggregate for BTech program applicants is 45% for General Category applicants and 40% for Reserved Category applicants.
The respective universities will undertake the advisory process. Universities will prepare their own merit lists for the proposed programs and can repeat the process of previous years to fill vacancies due to the abandonment of candidates in the final selection.