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संयुक्त विश्वविद्यालय प्रवेश परीक्षा (सीयूसीईटी)

COMMON UNIVERSITIES ENTRANCE TEST (CUET)

CUET (Common University Entrance Test) 2022

       CUET (Common University Entrance Test) has the potential to be a game-changer in the coming years not only for the students but for the participating universities as well. It is a national level exam conducted by NTA. As many as 44 central universities and private universities including Galgotias University, BML Munjal University have confirmed their participation while others are yet to confirm. CUET 2022 will have three sections on the basis of which slot you have selected. The sections are as follows

  • Section 1: Languages (40 Questions to be attempted out of 50 Questions)

  • Section 2: Domain-Specific (40 Questions to be attempted out of 50 Questions)

  • Section 3: General Test (60 Questions to be attempted out of 75 Questions)

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CUET Participating Universities

NTA CUET (Common University Entrance Test), for admission to different programmes in the participating Central Universities, will provide an opportunity to the students to seek admission in these participating Universities / Institutes across the country.

List of participating Central Universities in the NTA CUET 2022:

        Name of the University / State / Location / Established in Year

  • Aligarh Muslim University / Uttar Pradesh / Aligarh / 1920

  • Assam University  / Assam  / Silchar / 1994

  • Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University  / Uttar Pradesh / Lucknow / 1996

  • Banaras Hindu University  /  Uttar Pradesh  /  Varanasi / 1916

  • Central University of Andhra Pradesh  /  Andhra Pradesh / Anantapur / 2019

  • Central University of South Bihar / Bihar / Gaya / 2009

  • Central University of Gujarat / Gujarat / Gandhinagar / 2009

  • Central University of Haryana / Haryana / Mahendragarh / 2009

  • Central University of Himachal Pradesh / Himachal Pradesh / Dharamsala / 2009

  • Central University of Jammu / Jammu and Kashmir  / Jammu / 2011

  • Central University of Jharkhand / Jharkhand / Ranchi / 2009

  • Central University of Karnataka / Karnataka / Kalaburagi / 2009

  • Central University of Kashmir / Jammu and Kashmir / Srinagar / 2009

  • Central University of Kerala / Kerala / Kasaragod / 2009

  • Central University of Odisha / Odisha / Koraput / 2009

  • Central University of Punjab / Punjab / Bathinda / 2009

  • Central University of Rajasthan / Rajasthan / Ajmer / 2009

  • Central University of Tamil Nadu / Tamil Nadu / Tiruvarur / 2009

  • Dr. Harisingh Gaur Vishwa Vidyalaya / Madhya Pradesh / Sagar / 1946

  • Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya / Chhattisgarh / Bilaspur / 1983 (2009)

  • Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University / Uttrakhand / Srinagar / 1973

  • Indira Gandhi National Tribal University / Madhya Pradesh / Amarkantak / 2007

  • Jamia Millia Islamia / Delhi / New Delhi / 1920 (1988)

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University / Delhi / New Delhi / 1969

  • Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya / Maharashtra / Wardha / 1997

  • Manipur University / Manipur / Imphal / 1980 (2005)

  • Maulana Azad National Urdu University / Telangana / Hyderabad / 1998

  • Mizoram University / Mizoram / Aizawl / 2000

  • Nagaland University / Nagaland / Lumami / 1994

  • North Eastern Hill University / Meghalaya / Shillong / 1973

  • Pondicherry University / Puducherry / Pondicherry / 1985

  • Rajiv Gandhi University / Arunachal Pradesh / Itanagar / 1985 (2007)

  • Sikkim University / Sikkim / Gangtok / 2007

  • Tezpur University / Assam / Tezpur / 1994

  • The English and Foreign Languages University / Telangana / Hyderabad / 1958

  • Tripura University / Tripura / Agartala / 1987

  • University of Allahabad / Uttar Pradesh / Prayagraj / 1887 (2005)

  • University of Delhi / Delhi / Delhi / 1922

  • University of Hyderabad / Telangana / Hyderabad / 1974

  • Visva Bharati University / West Bengal / Bolpur / 1921

  • Mahatma Gandhi Central University / Bihar / Motihari / 2016

  • Central Sanskrit University, Delhi / Delhi / Delhi / 1970

  • Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University / Delhi / New Delhi /1962 (2020)

  • National Sanskrit University / Andhra Pradesh / Tirupati / 1961

CUET 2022: Eligibility Criteria

         The official notification of CUET 2022 has been released on the CUET website. As per the latest CUET notification, for appearing in the CUET (UG) - 2022, there is no age limit for the candidates. The candidates who have passed the class 12th /equivalent examination or are appearing in 2022 irrespective of their age can appear in CUET (UG) - 2022 examination. However, the candidates will be required to fulfill the age criteria (if any) of the University (ies) in which they are desirous of taking admission.

Key Points Regarding CUET 2022 Eligibility Criteria

  • Each participating Central University is free to decide its own parameters for CUET Eligibility for admissions.

  • The weightage for CUET and Class XII Board exam results will be at the sole discretion of the Central University, to which admission is being sought.

  • As of date, CUET Eligibility does not mention an age limit. However, Central Universities can fix minimum & maximum age limits for admissions to all (or any) of the programs on offer.

  • For admission in Universities through CUET (UG) - 2022 , the existing policies regarding quota, category, relaxation, reservations, qualification, subject combinations, preferences etc. of the respective University shall be applicable.

  •  As the eligibility criteria for admission may be unique for every University, the candidates are advised to visit the University website to which they are applying for their respective programs.

  • Candidates are advised to satisfy themselves before applying that they possess the eligibility criteria laid down by the University they are applying to.

  • Mere appearance in the Entrance Test or securing pass marks at the test does not entitle a candidate to be considered for admission to the Programme unless he/she fulfils the Programme wise eligibility conditions of the University they are applying to.

CUET Eligibility: Reservation

        As CUET is an entrance exam for admissions to Undergraduate courses at the Central Universities, which have been established under an Act of the Parliament, each Central University must follow the norms set by the Government of India, with respect to intake and reservation of seats. This section of the CUET Eligibility provides relaxation to the SC/ST, OBC, and PwD category.

             Generally, the following break-up is followed:  Category  / Reservation

  • General Economically Weaker Sections (GEN-EWS)  /10%

  • Scheduled Castes (SC)  /  15%

  • Scheduled Tribes (ST) / 7.5%

  • Other Backward Classes (Non creamy layer) / 27%

  • Persons with Disability / 5% in each category

        To avail of the reservation benefit based on caste (or any other category as specified), a candidate must be able to produce valid documents/certificates to support such claims