CUET UG 2022 Exam Check the New Dates and Schedule
CUET UG 2022 Schedule Revised: Now once again the schedule has been changed for CUET Exam 2022. According to the board, some exams have been postponed only after the request of the students. Now the CUET 2022 examinations will end on August 28 instead of August 20.
CUET UG 2022
Changes in the schedule of the CUET 2022 exam.
Some exams have been postponed due to festivals.
The board will issue new admit cards for these exams.
CUET UG 2022 Exam New Dates: The schedule for the Common University Entrance Test-Under Graduate (CUET-UG) Phase II examinations has been changed once again. According to the official announcement, the examination which was earlier held from 12 to 14 August is now going to be held from 24 to 28 August. Earlier, where the CUET exam was scheduled to end on August 20, it will now continue till August 28.
In case of any confusion regarding the new schedule, candidates are advised to visit the official website cuet.Samarth.ac.in to check the complete schedule. Let the candidates know that the National Testing Agency, NTA is going to conduct this exam for the candidates who could not take the exam last week due to "technical and administrative glitches".
CUET Exam 2022, which was scheduled to be held on the 17th, 18th, and 20th of August this month, has not been changed in any way. The admit card is expected to be issued three or four days before the examination for the students appearing on these dates. At present, the admit cards have been issued for the examinations to be held on August 7, 8, and 10.
Let the candidates know that for the examinations to be held between August 12 and 14, NTA will issue new admit cards again. It is expected that the New admit cards can now be issued by August 20.
Let us inform you that many students had requested the board to postpone the examinations from 12 to 14 August. According to the board, students say that from August 12 to August 14, many festivals will be celebrated, which may cause a hindrance in the examination. This is the reason why the board has decided to postpone these exams.