CUET UG 2022: Just like day one, technical glitches marred the second day of the Common University Entrance Test undergraduate (CUET) 2022. Due to a number of server points, the National Testing Agency (NTA) needed to cancel the second shift of the examination in Noida’s sector 64 examination centre.
“Yes, we cancelled the second shift of the exam today at Noida centre. The affected candidates will have their exam rescheduled between August 12 and 14, and we will soon let them know their exact exam dates,” Vineet Joshi, the Director-General of National Testing Agency instructed indianexpress.com.
Several college students complained about their exams getting delayed or cancelled on account of technical snags even on day 2. Some candidates mentioned that their entry was delayed for the morning slot because the biometric scanner was not working at some centres, and different claimed that they sat in entrance of their screens for hours as a result of the server was down.
Officials knowledgeable college students after a while that their examination had been postponed and they’re going to quickly obtain an up to date schedule from the NTA.
This downside was noticed yesterday too when the NTA needed to cancel the second shift of the examination throughout the nation because the company was unable to add the query paper for hours. In the primary shift of the examination, too, candidates confronted a number of technical glitches.
Meanwhile, the NTA has additionally confirmed to indianexpress.com that the testing company will solely situation admit playing cards to the candidates for whom it might accommodate the primary alternative metropolis. “We are trying to maximise the number of students who get their first choice of exam city,” Joshi instructed indianexpress.com. The admit playing cards for candidates who’ve their examination scheduled on August 7 might be launched at this time at cuet.samarth.ac.in.
However, the scholars who don’t get their admit card at this time could have their examination rescheduled to a later date because the NTA is attempting to offer every candidate a centre of their first choice.