As per several media outlets, National Testing Agency has reportedly released the CUET syllabus 2022. The official syllabus PDF would be available on the official site in the next few days. Earlier, the agency has announced that the 54 central universities shall be taking up the CUET (Common University Entrance Test) in April 2022. It has been reported that the exam pattern and syllabus shall be announced in the due course. Yesterday, the exam score shall be considered for admission to UG courses in state, deemed, or private universities. Hence, candidates who are going to apply for CUET 2022 can keep a tab on the official website, nta.nic.in for the latest updates.
CUET 2022 Expected Syllabus
As per experts, the examination is going to be having two papers, the first having questions from Section I (languages), two chosen domain subjects and the general test. The questions shall be at par with the NCERT curriculum for the class 12th standard. Whereas, the second shift is going to be having questions from four domain subjects and an additional language test. The general subjects are going to have questions from English Language, Numerical Ability, Logical & Analytical Reasoning, along with General Awareness.
The examination is going to have questions from 13 languages, namely Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Punjabi, Odia and English. Although tentative in nature, the candidates can expect a test structure similar to the one as speculated by the experts.
What is CUET 2022 Exam?
CUET (Common University Entrance Test) shall be conducted by NTA to provide admission to eligible students in different UG programmes offered by 54 universities. With this, the agency has decided that henceforth the marks scored in the CUET exam shall be considered for admission. This decision has now made the class 12th examination marks completely obsolete as they shall not play any role in admission in the higher learning programmes. Earlier, the CUET exam was held for admission only to the central universities. However, from this year onwards, these scores shall be applicable also for the state, deemed and private universities