Aspirants of Common Universities Entrance Test – Undergraduate (CUET-UG) are allowed to appear in up to nine papers which have resulted in over 54,000 subject combinations making it the longest entrance exam. The examination will be conducted for 10 days from July 15 to August 10 and over 11 lakh candidates have registered for the first instalment of CUET.
The correction window has been reopened for two days from June 23 to 24 as the examination is being held only once and as this is the only route for admissions to central universities and anyone who missed registration or failed to make payment can do so.
The examination will not be conducted on July 17 due to NEET-UG and from July 21 and August 3 due to JEE Mains examination. The test will be conducted across 13 cities abroad and 554 cities in India. A total of 44 central universities, 12 state universities, 19 private universities and 11 deemed universities are conducting admissions to undergraduate courses for the academic year 2022-2023 based on CUET scores.
The exam will be conducted in a Computer-Based Test mode and under this scheme, an applicant has to choose a language and can opt for an additional language test depending upon the admission requirement of the specific universities. Candidates can also choose an optional general test along with six domain-specific subjects.
CUET will be held in 13 languages namely Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali, Assamese, Odia, Hindi, Urdu and English. Students can also pick their choice from 19 other languages including German, Japanese, French, Russian, Santhali and Bodo.