The National Testing Agency (NTA) released two notices yesterday and today regarding the Common Entrance University Test Postgraduate (CUET PG) 2022. The date of the examination is yet to be notified.
Today, 19 July, they released instructions regarding corrections, drawing attention to important information that students need to keep in mind before submitting applications to different universities. The application correction window will open from 20 July and the applicants can make changes in their applications online by visiting the official website: cuet.nta.nic.in.
“Carefully check eligibility of the courses offered by the universities where the applicant is desirous of taking admission. It will be the sole responsibility of the applicant to check the course, eligibility and university offering the course,” read the notice.
The notice also stated that several universities such as University of Hyderabad, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Banaras Hindu University, and University of Jharkhand have withdrawn different courses and Delhi Technology University has withdrawn from CUET PG 2022.
Meanwhile, CUET UG 2022, that commenced on July 15, is well underway as the fourth day of Phase 1 approaches tomorrow. Several candidates had raised numerous concerns regarding the last-minute exam centre change, expressing their anguish over Twitter and other social media platforms. Some students have even claimed that they missed the exam due to the centre change and their inability to travel long distances owing to the flood and heavy rainfall situation across the country.
While the NTA is yet to solidify with a notice whether these UG students can appear for the exam in Phase 2 beginning on August 4, the NTA released an “urgent announcement” regarding PG exam centre change yesterday, 18 July. “Several queries have been received from candidates regarding change of centre for their examination scheduled on 19 July 2022. Candidates are hereby informed that they should go to the centre mentioned on their admit card downloaded from the website https://cuet.samarth.ac.in.”