The Central University Entrance Test for Postgraduate(CUET PG) 2022 results will be out today at 4. P.M. The University grants commission has notified the news on the website, aside from the UGC Chairman’s tweet too saying the same. Scorecard will be available on the website after the declaration of the results.
National Testing Agency (NTA) will declare CUET-PG results on 26 September (Monday) by 4 pm, required for Post-graduate admissions in the participating universities. Best wishes to all the students.
— Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar (@mamidala90) September 25, 2022
National Testing Agency(NTA) has conducted entrance exams for students wanting to pursue post-graduation programs in various central and state universities across the country. The results will be available on the official website in the evening. Students can download the scorecard and avail of admission into universities.
The board has conducted exams for 42 central universities which have accepted the test for entrance to their campus. Some universities have declared that the weightage of CUET would be crucial for admission.
CUET PG exams were conducted from September 1 and concluded on 12. The answer key was released on September 24. The exam was conducted online mode in two sessions. Paper I contains 25 marks, whereas Paper II contains 75 marks in domain knowledge.
The highest number of applications were received by Benaras Hindu University(BHU), followed by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Around 3.5 lakh students have applied for the test, and the attendance percentage for the exams is 55%.
The UGC has written an official letter to Vice Chancellors of Central Universities to begin with the admission procedure. This move confirms no scope for postponing results.
Earlier, NTA released the results of CUET UG’s first ever-common entrance exam for undergraduate programs in universities.NTA has become a crucial board in conducting all national exams. UGC has assigned the board the responsibility of conducting various entrance exams into universities. These moves suggest the prominence of NTA.