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UG Admissions: NTA announces CUET-UG 2022 dates

UG Admission: In 554 Indian cities and 13 foreign cities, the entrance exam will be administered between July 15 and August 10.

The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) for admissions to undergraduate courses to various colleges across the country will be held between July 15 and August 10, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced.

Dates for the exam are July 15, July 16, July 19, July 20, and August 4, August 5, August 6, August 7, and August 8. Candidates will have to answer multiple choice questions in a computer-based admission exam (MCQs).

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The CUET-UG will take place at various centres spread over 554 cities in India and 13 locations outside of the nation, according to the NTA. 9,50,804 applicants have so far enrolled for UG admission to 86 universities, of which 43 are central universities, 13 are state universities, 12 are considered universities, and 18 are private universities. The test can be taken in any of the 13 mediums that are available, and candidates can choose any combination of the 33 languages and 27 different subjects, according to the NTA.

In March, the University Grants Commission (UGC) had announced that CUET-UG scores, not Class XII marks, would be mandatory for admission to 45 central universities. It allowed the central universities to fix their minimum eligibility criteria.Delhi University has received the highest number of applications with over 6 lakh applications, BHU with around 3.94 lakh applications, and Allahabad University with 2.31 lakh applications. Candidates can take the test in any of the 13 mediums offered and select any combination of 33 languages and 27 unique subjects.

According to the NTA, there are more than 54,000 different subject combinations that applicants have selected, and on average, they have applied to more than five colleges.

The exam will comprise two parts – Part A will have 25 multiple choice questions from English, numerical aptitude/data interpretation, analytical skills, reasoning, and general awareness. In contrast, Part B will have 75 questions on subject-specific topics.The medium of question papers for all the examinations will be English other than the language course, and the exam duration will be two hours. Each question would carry four marks for the correct answers, while there will be a deduction of one mark for every wrong answer.

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