The Common University Entrance Test (CUET UG) 2022 had a largely clean run on Saturday, with no final minute cancellation, whilst Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan held a gathering on technical glitches holding up the check in lots of centres over the past two days.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) hinted that it’d act towards sure centres for “failing to comply with the laid down protocols” leading to repeated glitches, inflicting inconvenience to hundreds of scholars. Exams in 50 centres, the place 9,000 candidates have been assigned slots, have already been postponed by the NTA.
The company will announce recent dates for the candidates affected by the cancellation at these centres. While August 20 was the final day of the CUET-UG second section, which began on August 4, the NTA is more likely to lengthen the examination by just a few days.
“There were no cancellations on Saturday. If students have still faced issues during the exam, they can write to us and we will check at the back end and address their issues,” mentioned an NTA official.
During the day, Pradhan additionally chaired a gathering within the presence of Ministry of Education, NTA, University Grants Commission (UGC), and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) officers to evaluation the preparations for the check.
“On August 6, in 347 test centres across India, in both morning and afternoon shifts, CUET went off well with 96,074 candidates registered for the exam. For the CUET on Sunday, all arrangements have been made. A total of 63,404 candidates have registered in 276 test centres across India. Best wishes to all the candidates,” UGC chairperson Prof M Jagadesh Kumar tweeted.
On sixth August (Saturday), in 347 check centres throughout India, in each morning and afternoon shifts, CUET went off effectively with 96074 candidates registered for the examination.
— Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar (@mamidala90) August 6, 2022
On August 4, the day one of many second section, over 50,000 candidates missed the check because of technical glitches. Around 4,000 candidates have been affected within the morning slot, whereas your complete afternoon slot was cancelled because the NTA did not add query papers on time.
Similar points additionally surfaced on day two, forcing the NTA to postpone the examination at 50 centres following an inner evaluation assembly.
“It was found that some of the centres failed to comply with the laid down protocols. Any incidence of non-compliance/sabotage/ignorance will be viewed very seriously and strict action will be taken against those centres to ensure smooth conduct of examinations in future. The grievances of affected students can be addressed at email email@example.com. Candidates must mention their application number in the subject,” an official mentioned.