NTA has issued a notice that the application process for Common University Entrance Test (CUET) 2022 is likely to start today, 6th April till 5th May. Students have to make sure that they complete their application fees transactions by 11:50 pm on 6th May.
Central universities like the Central University of Haryana and the Central University of Karnataka also offer Btech courses in electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, civil engineering, printing and packaging technology, and computer science and engineering.
NEET students can also join biochemistry, biotechnology, life sciences, or microbiology courses while preparing in a drop year.
Steps to apply for CUET 2022:
- Visit the CUET official website – cuet.samarth.ac.in
- Click on the ‘Apply Online’ option to register at the CUET portal.
- Enter your details such as your name, program applied for, email id, mobile number and verification code displayed on the screen
- Once the details are submitted, a login id and password will be generated and sent to your registered email address and mobile number.
- Log in using your registration details and fill up the CUCET 2022 application form.
- Scan and upload a recent passport-sized photograph and signature in the prescribed format.
- Select your preferred examination centres.
- Now, enter the university and programme details into your CUET application.
- Pay the CUET application fee and submit the form.
- Keep a copy of your completed CUET application for future use.
The pattern of CUET 2022
The CUET Exam Paper is divided into 2 parts- Part A and Part B, and a general ability test which is not mandatory. Still, some universities may consider it as well for entrance exams. The details of the sections are :
- Part A may have 25 Questions. The topics tested are General Awareness, English Language, Analytical Skills, and Mathematical Aptitude.
- Part B may have 75 Questions, which will be domain-specific.
For specific courses like the Integrated Programme or LLB or MBA or other such programs, there is no Part B, but rather Part A consists of 100 MCQs. The Domain-specific section has 27 subjects, and students at max can choose 6 subjects. UGC has announced no new syllabus, so the syllabus is likely to be based on NCERTs.
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