August 10, 2022
CUET UG Phase-2 Admit Card 2022: CUET candidate gets exam city selection option, admit card issued

CUET AND Admit Card 2022 : The National Testing Agency or NTA has released the admit card for the Common University Entrance Test or CUET exam on Tuesday (August 02, 2022). At present, the admit card for the examination to be held on August 5 and 6 is available on the official website. cuet.samarth.ac.in can be downloaded from.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has written in the notification that the exam cities have been allotted to the students according to their ‘choice’. However, in many places other cities have been allotted apart from the choice due to less number of students and security reasons. This has been done under the NTA policy only.

Candidates have these options

Now suppose, if a candidate does not get the city of examination as per his/her choice, then such candidate will have a choice. They can either take the exam in the allotted city or in the city of their choice on the next date. Think of it this way. For example, students who want to take the exam on 04, 05, 06 August 2022 in the allotted city can give it. But, those who want to take the exam in their old city of choice, they will have to appear for the exam after 10th August. But, also remember that this facility will be available only for those candidates who have been given a different exam city than their choice.

NTA gave permission after inconvenience to students

It is worth noting that in view of the change of exam center of the students last time and the inconvenience caused by it, this time NTA has given permission to change the exam city. Let the students know that, while downloading the admit card, the option to change the exam city will appear, which the candidate can do by downloading the admit card.

6.8 lakh students will appear in the exam

Let us also tell you here that the CUET UG Phase- 2 exam is going to be held from 04 to 20 August 2022. More than 6.8 lakh candidates will take part in the Phase-II exam as well. Earlier, 8 lakh students had appeared in the Phase-I examination.

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