National Testing Agency has announced that eight more universities have joined CUET 2022 exam. As per the notice, released by the agency today, May 28, 2022, eight universities shall be accepting CUET PG 2022 scorecards for admission in the Post Graduate courses. With this, now 50 central, state and deemed universities will participate in the CUET 2022 exam. For the unaware, the CUET application form filling is ongoing, the last date to apply for the same is June 18, 2022, up to 11.50 pm. Candidates can fill the application form on the official website, cuet.nta.nic.in.
CUET PG 2022 Additional Universities List
The following is the list of eight new universities that are going to join the CUET PG 2022 examination:
- Dr B.R. Ambedkar University, Delhi
- Sanskriti University, Mathura
- Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur
- Arunachal University of Studies
- Galgotias University
- Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior
- K. R. Mangalam University
- Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi
CUET PG 2022 Test Paper Code PDF
In addition to the list of universities, the agency has also released new test paper codes for the courses offered by these universities. Candidates while filling out the CUET PG 2022 application form have to simply go through the university name and test paper codes for their relevant courses. The notice also says that former universities have added and deleted some of the courses. Candidates are advised to go through the new notice list and compare that with the previous notification to decode the changes.
CUET PG 2022 New Test Paper Codes
CUET PG 2022 examination is going to be held in the first or second week of July 2022. The examination is going to have two sections, the first section shall have 25 questions from General subjects. Whereas, the second section is going to account for 75 questions from the domain admissible to the last exam qualified by the candidates. CUET PG 2022 exam is going to be held for a period of 120 minutes. The final admission is subjected to the marks scored by the candidate and college preferred for a particular course.