The Chairman of the University Grants Commission stated that at least 98 per cent of the candidates who are appearing for the Common Universities Entrance Test will be allotted the exam centres in the city of their choice.
Due to security reasons, the admit cards have been released four days prior to the examination to avoid any malpractice in the exam. Students need not be worried or panic as those who do not find the allotted centre feasible can reach out to the NTA and their requests will be entertained.
The Common University Entrance Test will be conducted from July 15 to August 10 as announced by the National Testing Agency last week. The first edition of CUET has witnessed a registration number of over 11 lakh candidates. The examination will be conducted across 500 cities in India.
For admissions to 45 central universities, CUET scores and not Class 12 marks would be mandatory and the central universities can fix their minimum eligibility criteria. Students from state boards will not be at a disadvantage in the new system and coaching culture will not become a necessary scenario.