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CUET UG Admit Card 2022 LIVE Updates: When and the place to obtain Phase II corridor tickets

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CUET Admit Card 2022 LIVE Updates: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will at present launch the admit playing cards for the Central University Entrance Test undergraduate (CUET UG) 2022 at present for part II college students. Registered candidates can obtain their admit playing cards from the official web site — cuet.samarth.ac.in — by logging in by way of their registered credentials.

Earlier, the NTA had launched town intimation slip for registered candidates, which had the identify of town through which the candidate should take the CUET-UG together with the date (or dates) of the examination. Now, the candidates might be given the examination date, time and examination centre tackle. To obtain the corridor ticket, candidates merely have to go browsing to their account on the official web site by typing in your software quantity and date of delivery. Students who want to request a change of their examination date or centre can accomplish that by sending an electronic mail to the NTA. Candidates might name NTA at 011-40759000 or ship an e-mail at cuet-ug@nta.ac.in.

The Phase I exams had been performed on July 15, 16, 19 and 20, and the second part exams are scheduled to happen on August 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 20. The part I examination had a whole lot of technical points on the primary day, and a whole lot of college students alleged that the NTA modified their examination centres in the previous couple of hours which made it troublesome for candidates to journey to the brand new location and led to some college students lacking their examination. However, the UGC has introduced that these college students won’t be supplied a retest. “In some cases, a few students reached the centres after 9.30 pm, after the commencement of the first session in the morning slot. It is a common practice and it has already been conveyed to students that if they come 30 minutes after the commencement of the examination, they are not permitted to enter the centre,” UGC chairperson Prof M Jagadesh Kumar mentioned.