From August 4, the second phase of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET-UG 2022) will be commencing for students seeking admissions in various undergraduate courses in the current year at different colleges across the country.
Nearly 14,90,000 candidates have already registered for CUET-UG 2022 including students within the country and abroad. 8,10,000 candidates registered for the first phase of the exam held on July 15, 2022.
The second phase of CUET will be held for 6,80,000 candidates on August 4, 2022. The Joint Entrance Examination Mains is being conducted between the first and second phases of the CUET by the National Testing Agency.
The University Grants Commission has stated that the students who successfully crack the CUET will be considered eligible for admissions to 90 different universities and can seek admissions to Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Banaras Hindu University along with 43 central universities across the country.
A specific date sheet has been prepared for the candidates keeping in mind the diverse number of subjects. The notification regarding the date sheet will be issued to all the candidates appearing for the exam in the second phase with their examination dates and their location/city where they will be appearing for the exam.
The entrance test is being conducted at various exam centres located in 554 cities across India and 10 cities outside the country and it is assured that 98 per cent of the candidates are being assigned CUET exam centres based on their preferred choice.
Students have applied for 54,555 unique combinations of subjects under the new education policy which has given students more freedom to choose the subjects of their choice giving rise to a unique combination of different subjects.
The examination is being conducted based on the academic syllabus of Class 12 for admissions to various undergraduate courses across different colleges in the country. However, the marks obtained in Class 12 will not be considered for admissions to various colleges through the CUET.