According to M. Jagadeesh Kumar, chairperson of the UGC- University Grants Commission, the Common University Entrance Test (CUET)-UG results will be released by September 15th.
According to Mr. Kumar, the National Testing Agency (NTA) plans to release the CUET-UG results on or around September 15 if possible. The undergraduate admissions process can begin depending on the CUET-UG score, he added. He said that all involved universities can keep their web portals prepared.
All stages of the CUET-UG were supposed to end on August 20 as per the original design. To enable students whose examination was rescheduled because of several errors that tarnished the test, the exam has been further postponed and divided into six sections.
Exam commencement and result date
By September 15, according to University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Jagadesh Kumar, the Common University Entrance Test (CUET)-UG results would be made public.
A doorway for undergraduate admissions, the CUET-first UG’s edition ran from July 1 through August 30. In the exam, there was a 60% attendance rate.
All rounds of the CUET-UG were supposed to end on August 20 as per the original design. To enable students whose assessment was rescheduled as a result of errors that tarnished the test, the examination was further postponed and divided into six sections.
On September 8th, the solution key was made public. The CUET UG answer key can be reviewed from September 8 through September 10. On September 11, a second test will be given.
CUET scores, not Class 12 grades, would be required for admission to more than 40 central institutions in the nation, each of which can establish its minimum eligibility standards, according to a March announcement from the UGC chairman.
The students encountered several problems, ranging from technical difficulties to last-minute alterations in exam locations and dates as well as admit cards that contained outdated dates.
The exam was scrapped at multiple centres as a result of reports of “sabotage,” according to the UGC chief.
The CUET has surpassed the JEE-average Main’s registration of 9 lakh to become the second-largest entrance test in the nation with 14.9 lakh registrations. With an aggregate of 18 lakh registrations, NEET-UG is India’s largest entrance examination.
Students registering for the state board exams won’t be impacted
Kumar had claimed that the new strategy would not disadvantage students who were preparing for the State Board and would not promote the culture of tutoring.
For admissions in the academic year 2022–2023, a total of 44 central institutions, 11 deemed universities, 12 state universities, plus 19 private universities submitted applications to the inaugural iteration of the CUET UG.
Six phases of the examination were held between July 15 and August 30. The exam attracted almost 14 lakh applicants.
Admission to various programs at the attending Central Universities is determined by the results of the Central University Entrance Test (CUET). Students will have a single point of access through this entrance exam to apply for admission across the nation at these partnering Universities and Institutes. The importance of the class 12 grades will be diminished as a consequence of the CUET entrance exam, as well as a fair and uniform admissions process will be used.