CUET UG Phase 4 Exam Postponed To Aug 30 For 11,000 Students: They Can Now Choose Exam Centre!
The fourth phase of the CUET-UG has been postponed for more than 11,000 candidates, in order to accommodate the candidates’ choice of city for the exam centre.
The exam will now be held on August 30.
Common University Entrance Test (CUET) 2022 for UG Admissions Postponed
The fourth phase of the Central Universities Entrance Test-Undergraduate was scheduled for August 17-20, with 3.72 lakh candidates expected to take part.
The National Testing Agency (NTA), which is in charge of administering the exam, had previously stated that all phases of the exam would conclude on August 28.
CUET-UG phase-4: UGC says exam for 11,000 candidates postponed from Aug 17-20 to Aug 30 to accommodate city choice for centre— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) August 13, 2022
As per UGC Chairman Jagadesh Kumar, The exam for over 11,000 of the 3.72 lakh candidates has been rescheduled for August 30 to accommodate their preferred city for the exam centre. NTA has increased capacity at centres and added more exam centres, in addition to making efforts to improve the quality of the centres.
He also stated that additional technical manpower has been stationed at each centre by deploying an Associate Professor level as a technical observer to ensure the smooth conduct of examinations.
Previously, Kumar appealed to the students to not panic and reassured them that the syllabus will be limited to what they have studied in class 12th. He advised candidates to focus on the exam without anxiety since the syllabus will be restricted to the 12th standard board examinations which they have recently completed and is fresh in their minds.
Digital Glitches During Second Phase Of Common University Entrance Test (CUET); Cancelled
The second phase of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) was cancelled by the agency at several locations, as it was infested with technical difficulties.
Last week, Kumar announced that the exam had been cancelled at various locations due to “sabotage” indications and reports.
He said, “The NTA has also received some e-mails regarding digital glitches faced by individual candidates during previous phase as well as requests for change of date, centre, city and re-examination. Such requests are being examined on case-to-case basis using audit trail of individual candidates and report of the centres. If found feasible, the candidates will be appearing on August 30.”
The second and third phases of the exam were also cancelled at centres in Kerala and Itanagar due to rains and landslides.
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