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About Common University Entrance Test (CUET)
The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) is being introduced for admission into all UG Programmes in all Central Universities for academic session 2022-23 under the Ministry of Education, (MoE). In 2022, 57 central universities and other institutions will be participating in the Computer Based Test (CBT) conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
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- April 6-May 6 (up to 5pm): Applications open
- May 6 (up to 11.50 pm): Last date for online payment of exam fee
- 4th week of June: Admit card release
- 1st and 2nd week of July: Examinations
- 4th week of July: Release of provisional answer key
- 2nd week of August: Release of final answer key
- 3rd week of August: Results
CUET 2022: Eligibility Criteria
For appearing in the CUET 2022 for undergraduates, there is no age limit for the candidates. The candidates who have passed the Class 12 or equivalent examination or are appearing in 2022 irrespective of their age can appear in CUET (UG) – 2022 examination. However, the candidates will be required to fulfill the age criteria (if any) of the University to which they are desirous of taking admission.
CUET 2022: Syllabus
The syllabus of the upcoming Common University Entrance Test, CUET 2022, will be completely based on the syllabus of Class 12.
CUET 2022: Paper Pattern
Section IA- This section will be conducted in 13 Languages. Students can pick any one of these 13 languages. 40 questions including reading comprehension to be attempted out of 50 in each language.
Section IB – There will be 19 Languages and any one of these languages can be chosen. The question type of this section is similar to section IA.
Section II – There are 27 Domains specific subjects being offered under this Section. A candidate may choose a maximum of Six Domains as desired by the applicable University or Universities. There will be MCQ Based Questions on NCERT Class XII syllabus.
Section III General Test- For any such undergraduate programme/ programmes being offered by Universities where a General Test is being used for admission. There will be 60 Questions to be attempted out of 75 including MCQ, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability etc.
Steps To Fill CUET Application Form 2022
- Visit the official website — cuet.samarth.ac.in
- Register by filling personal details and contact addresses
- Using the system generated registration or application number, complete the CUET 2022 application form
- Upload scanned documents including photograph, signature, Class 10 documents and caste certificate
- Pay the application fee online
- Submit the CUET 2022 UG application
- Download, save and print the confirmation page
The fees for the examination can be paid both online and offline. Here is the fee structure for the exam:
- General candidates: Rs 650
- General Economically Weaker Section (EWS)/OBC Non-Creamy Layer (NCL) candidates: Rs 600
- SC/ST/ Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD)/Third gender: Rs 550
- All candidates appearing for the CUET 2022 at centres outside India: Rs 3,000
Exam pattern and marking scheme
Here are the details of CUET 2022 as shared by the NTA so far:
- Mode of exam: CUET is a CBT that must be taken at assigned exam centres.
- Medium of exam: The test will be conducted in 13 languages — English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
- Number of slots: Candidates can choose from two slots — Slot 1 (9am-12.15pm) and Slot 2 (3pm to 6.45pm).
- Duration of exam: The duration of Slot 1 is 195 minutes (3hours 15 minutes) while that of Slot 2 is 225 minutes (3hours 45 minutes).
- Number of sections: The paper is divided into four sections— Section IA (Language), Section IB (other language), Section II (Domain-specific subjects) and Section III (general knowledge).
- Question format: Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ).
- Number of questions: Section IA and Section IB will have 50 questions each of which students have to attempt 40 from each section. Section II will have 50 questions and candidates have to answer 40. Section III will have 75 questions of which 60 need to be answered.
- Marking scheme of exam: Candidates will be awarded 5 marks for each right answer. 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.