CUET 2023 – Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Admit Card, and How to Apply for CUET
- What is CUET?
- CUET 2023 Exam Dates
- CUET 2023 Eligibility Criteria
- CUET 2023 Exam Pattern
- Number of Sections for CUET Exam 2023
- How to Apply for CUET 2023
- CUET 2023 Syllabus
- CUET 2023 Exam Schedule
- E-Admit Card for CUET 2023
- List of Universities – CUET 2023
CUET 2023 – CUET has been in the news recently and a lot of buzz is going around regarding the recent changes proposed for the exam by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
So to keep you on track with it, let’s have a deep dive to learn the A to Z of the CUET exam, its exam pattern, syllabus, the universities under CUET, and all the necessary pieces of information regarding the exam.
So, let’s first know
CUET UG 2023
- The National Testing Agency has been entrusted with the responsibility of conducting the Undergraduate Entrance Tests for all the Central Universities (CUs) for the academic session 2023-2024. CUET will provide a single-window opportunity to students to seek admission in any of the Central Universities (CUs) across the country.
What is CUET?
- CUET stands for Common University Entrance Test. So, from the name itself, it clarifies its definition. CUET will be acting as a single window for the students willing to take admission to the undergraduate courses of different central universities across the country.
- In the previous years, it has been noticed that many central universities have sky-rocketing cut-offs for admission to undergraduate courses, including Delhi University.
- The reason behind this is the different sorts of evaluation processes in different boards such as CBSE, CISCE, and other state boards, which makes it unfair for the students to get admitted to their preferred universities, due to the wide diversity of evaluation patterns.
- So to streamline the process of undergraduate admission to different central universities across India, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has decided to start this common entrance test CUET, whose main focus will be “One India One Exam”.
CUET 2023 Exam Dates
- Date for receiving online Application Forms: 09 April to 11 April 2023
- Last Date for receiving online Application Forms: 11 April 2023 (Up to 11:59 P.M.)
- Last Date for receiving fee online: 11 April 2023 (Up to 11:59 P.M.
- Announcement of the City of Examination: 30 April 2023
- Downloading of Admit Cards from the NTA website Second week of the May 2023
- Date of Examination: 21 May 2023 to 31 May 2023 (Reserve dates: 01 to 07 June 2023)
- Display of Recorded Responses and Answer Keys: To be announced later on the website
- Declaration of Result on the NTA website: To be announced later on the website
CUET 2023 Eligibility Criteria
- For appearing in the CUET (UG) – 2023, there is no age limit for the candidates. The candidates who have passed the class 12th /equivalent examination or are appearing in 2023 irrespective of their age can appear in CUET (UG) – 2023 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.
- For admission in Universities through CUET (UG) – 2023, 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 fulfills the Programme wise eligibility conditions of the University they are applying to.
CUET 2023 Exam Pattern
Mode of Exam
- CUET (UG) – 2023 will be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode.
Medium of Exam
- The Tests (other than “Language” Test) are offered in 13 languages i.e. Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
- A candidate is required to opt for one of the specified languages as the medium of the paper, as per desired University’s eligibility criteria, while applying. The question paper in respect of the Domain Specific Subjects and the General Test, will be bi-lingual, i.e., it will be in the medium (one of the 13 languages) opted by the candidate and in English.
- In case of any discrepancy in translation, English version shall prevail except “Language” Tests (Section 1A & 1B).
- Medium is not the same as the “Language” opted as a component of the test. “Language” test is for assessing the proficiency/skills of the candidate in the Language opted by him/her and the question paper in respect of the same will be available to the candidate in the medium opted by him/her only. The Question Paper of the “Language” Test will not be bi-lingual.
- Questions in the “Language” Test, are not translation of the questions in English. They are unique/ specific to the language opted and have to be answered accordingly.
Pattern of the Question Paper
- Objective type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
- There are three Sections in the design of the test:
- Section IA – 13 Languages (As a medium and “Language”)
- Section IB – 20 Languages
- Section II – 27 Domain Specific Subjects
- Section III – General Test
- A candidate has the option to choose any Language/Domain specific Subjects/ General Test or a combination there of as may be required for admission to specified course/s of the desired University/ies while applying. It is not mandatory to choose any one or more of the Tests/Subjects stated above. The choice of Tests/Subjests would depend on the course/s opted by the candidate and the University/ies where admission is sought.
- Examination Slots are scheduled with a combination of Sections stated above.
List of Languages, Domain-Specific Subjects and General tests covered is given in Appendix II.
- A Candidate can take a maximum of 09 Tests in the following manner :
- Maximum of 02 languages from Section IA and Section IB taken together, maximum of 06 Domain Subjects from Section II and General Test from Section III OR
- Maximum of 03 languages from Section IA and Section IB took together, a maximum of 05 Domain Subjects from Section II and General Test from Section III
- Considering that candidates from different States/Boards would be applying for CUET (UG)-2023, NTA has decided to provide choice in all Sections of question papers, however, the total number of questions to be attempted will remain the same.
- For choosing Languages, domain specific Subjects and General tests the Candidate MUST refer to the requirements of his/her intended University as choices should match the requirements of the University.
- Examination will be conducted on multiple days in two slots per day as given below:
|Slot||Slot 1||Slot 2|
|Timing of Examination||09.00 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. (IST)||03.00 p.m. to 06.45 p.m. (IST)|
|Duration of Examination||45 or 60 Minutes to 195 Minutes||4 5 Minutes to 225 Minutes*|
|* Assuming the candidate takes all the offered Sections in the given slot.|
|Note: Compensatory time for PwBD Candidates of 15 minutes for 45 minutes examination and 20 minutes for one-hour examination|
- Examination will be conducted in two or more slots on different days depending on the subjects/ test taken by the candidates.
- In Slot 1 which will be held in morning shift a candidate may take upto 4 tests only (One Language from Section IA, maximum of two domain specific Subjects from Section II and One General Test from Section III)
- In Slot 2 which will be held in the afternoon shift a candidate can take upto 5 tests as follows:
- One Language from Section IA & IB and maximum of four domain specific Subjects from Section II OR
- Two Languages from Section IA & IB and maximum of three domain specific Subjects from Section-II
- Combining Slot 1 and Slot 2 together, a candidate may take maximum 09 Tests
- Detailed Examination Schedule is given in Chapter 7
Marking Scheme of Examination
- For Multiple Choice Questions: To answer a question, the candidates need to choose one option corresponding to the correct answer or the most appropriate answer. However, if any anomaly or discrepancy is found after the process of challenges of the key verification, it shall be addressed in the following manner:
- Correct answer or the most appropriate answer: Five marks (+5)
- Any incorrect option marked will be given minus one mark (-1).
- Unanswered/Marked for Review will be given no mark (0).
- If more than one option is found to be correct then Five marks (+5) will be awarded to only those who have marked any of the correct options.
- If all options are found to be correct then Five marks (+5) will be awarded to all those who have attempted the question.
Number of Sections for CUET Exam 2023
Section IA and Section IB are language sections, Section II has domain-specific subjects, and Section III is the general test.
Section IA will be offering 13 languages that are Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odiya, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, English, Hindi, and Urdu. Students can select any of these languages as their preferred language for the first section.
- Section IB will offer 20 languages which are French, Spanish, German, Nepali, Persian, Italian, Arabic, Sindhi, Sanskrit, Kashmiri, Konkani, Bodo, Dogri, Maithili, Manipuri, Santhali, Tibetan, Japanese, Russian, Chinese. For this students can also choose any language from Section IA, but not mentioned in Section I B, but make sure you don’t choose any language twice.
- The languages chosen in Section IA and Section IB must be the languages that the students had in their class 12 board examination.
- There will be 50 questions in each language section which is Section IA and Section IB. Students need to attempt 40 questions from each of these sections. 45 minutes will be given to complete each of the sections which means 45 minutes for Section IA and another 45 minutes for Section IB.
- All of these questions will be multiple choice questions which will provide the students with different options from which the students will have to select the correct or the most appropriate one. In these sections, the knowledge of the students will be tested through reading comprehension. The comprehensions will be based on different types of passages such as factual passage, literary and narrative passage, etc. The main objective of these two sections is to check the knowledge depth of the students by testing their literary aptitude, vocabulary.
Section II has 27 domain specific subjects to be chosen from. From these 27 domain subjects, the candidates need to choose a maximum number of 6 domains for this particular exam. These domain specific subjects are 1) Accountancy/Book Keeping, 2) Biology / Biological Studies / Biotechnology / Biochemistry, 3) Business studies, 4) Anthropology 5) Computer Science / Informatics Practices, 6) Economics / Business Economics 7) Engineering Graphics 8) Entrepreneurship 9) Geography / Geology, 10) History, 11) Mathematics, 12) Knowledge Tradition and Practices of India, 13) Legal Studies, 14) Environmental Science, 15) Home Science, 16) Sociology, 17) Physics, 18) Fine Arts / Visual Arts (Sculpture/ Painting) / Commercial Arts, 19) Psychology, 20) Physical Education / NCC / Yoga, 21) Teaching Aptitude, 22) Agriculture, 23) Drama – Theatre, 24) Chemistry, 25) Political Science, 26) Performing Arts – (i) Dance (Kathak / Bharatnatyam / Oddisi / Kathakali / Kuchipudi / Manipuri (ii) Music General (Hindustani/ Carnatic/ Rabindra Sangeet/ Percussion/ Non-Percussion) (iii) Mass Media / Mass Communication, 27) Sanskrit.
- If the subject in which any applicant wants to pursue his/her graduation, is not mentioned in the domain, the candidate may choose the domain subject which is the closest and relates the most to his/her preferred subject choice. For example, if any candidate wants to study Biochemistry in his/her undergraduate course, then he/she may choose Biology as the domain subject.
- Section II will also be consisting of 50 questions out of which 40 need to be answered. The time provided for each domain-specific subject will be 45 minutes. Students need to complete each section within this specific time period.
Section III is concerned with testing the general knowledge of the examinees. This section is for any such undergraduate programs which are offered by some universities, where general testing is considered for admission. In this section, there will be 75 questions given out of which the examinees will have to attempt 60 Questions. The time provided for this section is normally more than the time offered for the other sections due to the more number of questions to be attempted. So the time provided to complete this section is 60 minutes which is 1 hour. The syllabus for this section will be covering General Knowledge, Current Affairs, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Quantitative Reasoning (the simple application of basic mathematical concepts arithmetic/algebra geometry/mensuration/stat taught up to Grade 8) Logical, and Analytical Reasoning
- According to the notice published by the National Testing Agency (NTA), students can use input text for multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The questions will be purely based on the class 12 NCERT syllabus, so there will be no need of preparing separately for this exam. The ones who have prepared well for their class 12 board exam are likely to perform well enough in CUET.
- The National Testing Agency (NTA) has also kept in mind the thought of the students who wish to pursue graduation in different branches of Sanskrit. So they have asked those students who want to choose Shastri in Veda, Paurohitya (Karmakand), Dharamshastra, Prachin Vyakarana, Navya Vyakarana, Phalit Jyotish, Siddhant Jyotish, Vastushastra, Sahitya, Puranetihas, Prakrit Bhasha, Prachin Nyaya Vaisheshik, Sankhya Yoga, Jain Darshan, Mimansa, AdvaitaVedanta, Vishihstadvaita Vedanta, Sarva Darshan, to choose Sanskrit as the domain subject.
- The students who will choose Sanskrit as their domain subject in Section II, their Reading Comprehension (based on different types of passages–Factual, Literary and Narrative, [Literary Aptitude and Vocabulary] will get tested in Section IB.
- The National Testing Agency (NTA) has also given the students the privilege to choose 3 instead of 2 languages from Section IA and Section IB taken together. But then the 3rd language chosen will be in lieu of the 6th domain subject selected by the candidate.
- Let’s simplify this by saying, in the first rule, a candidate can give tests of a total of 9 papers, that are, 2 languages for Section IA and Section IB, 6 domain subjects, and 1 general test. And in the second rule, the number of papers remains the same but the distribution changes to 3 languages for Section IA and Section IB, 5 domain subjects, and 1 general test.
- Thus the National Testing Agency (NTA) has given the flexibility to the applicants to choose the papers as per their choice.
- Applicants are also given the flexibility and scope to apply to many universities, but they must qualify the eligibility conditions of the particular universities they will be applying for.
So in a nutshell, the exam format of the CUET (UG) exam 2023 is as follows –
Section IA – 1 language out of 13 languages,
Section IB – 1 language out of 20 languages,
Section II – 6 (maximum) domain subjects out of 27 domains,
Section III – 1 general test.
45 minutes will be given for each language subject and domain subject, and 60 minutes will be given for the Section III paper for the general test.
How to Apply for CUET 2023
- Candidates must read carefully the Instructions (including how to fill up the Application Form online) given in the Information Bulletin available on the NTA Website.
- Candidates not complying with the instructions shall be summarily disqualified
- Candidates should apply for CUET (UG) – 2023 through the “Online” mode only
- The Application Form in any other mode will not be accepted.
- Submission of Application Form could be made by the candidate online through the NTA website: https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/
Instructions for filling Online Application Form
- Before starting to fill the application form candidates are advised to read the Prospectus displayed on the website of the University/ies where admission is sought and be clear about the courses offered by them, seats available, eligibility as regards age, passing/appearing in qualifying exam, minimum marks in the qualifying exam, relaxation thereof, reservation, admission procedure, etc before applying for the CUET-UG 2023, as Universities have their own specific requirements for admission to specified courses. NTA will not entertain the corrections sent by the candidate through Post/Fax/WhatsApp/Email/ by Hand.
- Download Information Bulletin and Replica of Application Form. Read these carefully to ensure your eligibility
Follow the steps given below to Apply Online
Step 1: Registration Form:
- Register for the Online Application Form and note down the system-generated Application Number. The candidate should supply the required details while filling the Online Application Form and is also required to create a PASSWORD and choose Security Question and enter his/her Answer
- After successful submission of the personal details, an Application number will be generated and it will be used to complete the remaining Steps of the Application Form and will also be required for all future reference/correspondence
- For subsequent logins, the candidate will be able to login directly with the respective system generated Application Number and created Password.
Step 2: Application Form
- The Candidates can log in with the system-generated Application Number and pre-created Password for completing the Application Form including filling up personal details, providing the details of educational qualification, university/program selection, test paper details, choosing the Examination Cities, and uploading the images and documents (if any) Upload Scanned Images of Candidate’s Photograph, Signature, and Category Certificate (if applicable), and PwBD Certificate (wherever applicable):
- The recent photograph should be either in color or black & white with 80% face (without mask) visible including ears against a white background.
- The scanned photograph and signature should be in JPG/JPEG format (clearly legible).
- The size of the scanned photograph should be between 10 kb to 200 kb (clearly legible).
- The size of the scanned signature should be between 4 kb to 30 kb (clearly legible).
- The size of the scanned copy of the Category certificate (SC/ST/OBC/EWS etc.) should be between 50kb to 300kb in pdf (clearly legible).
- The size of the scanned copy of the Class X/ Equivalent Certificate should be in pdf between 50kb to 300kb (clearly legible).
- The size of the scanned copy of the PwBD certificate should be between 50 kb to 300 kb in pdf (clearly legible)
Step 3: Fee Payment
- After completing Step 1 and Step 2, the candidates have to pay the requisite examination fee. The fee can be submitted only online through Net Banking, Credit Card, Debit Card, UPI, or Paytm Services. Processing charges and GST as applicable are chargeable to the candidate (in addition to the examination fee) by the concerned Bank/Payment Gateway Integrator.
- The Confirmation Page of the online Application Form will be generated only after successful payment by the Candidate. In case the Confirmation Page is not generated after payment of fee, then the candidate may have to approach the concerned Bank/Payment Gateway (in the helpline number and e-mail given in the Information Bulletin) for ensuring the successful payment or for obtaining the refund of duplicate/multiple payments].
- Download, save and print a copy of the Confirmation Page of the Application Form (which would be downloadable only after successful remittance of fee) for future reference.
- All 3 Steps can be done together or at separate timings. The submission of the Application of a candidate could be considered as successful and his/her candidature would be confirmed only on the successful transaction/receipt of the prescribed application fee from him/her.
- Candidates shall ensure that the information entered by them in their respective online Application Form is correct.
- Information provided by the candidates in their respective online Application Forms, like the Name of the Candidate, Contact Details, Address Details, Category, Gender, PwBD Status, Educational Qualification Details, Date of Birth, Choice of Exam cities, etc. will be treated as final. Any request for change in such particulars will not be considered by NTA under any circumstances
- All candidates must ensure that they have provided the correct e-mail address and mobile number.
- Candidates must ensure that their email address and mobile number to be registered in their online Application Form are their own, as relevant/important information/ communication will be sent by NTA through e-mail on the registered mail address and/or through SMS on the registered mobile number only. NTA shall not be responsible for any non-communication /miscommunication with a candidate in the email address or mobile number given by him/her other than his/her own.
- NTA does not edit/modify/alter any information entered by the candidates after completion of the application process under any circumstances. Any request for change in information thereafter will not be entertained. Therefore, candidates are advised to exercise utmost caution before filling up the correct details in the Application Form.
- NTA disclaims any liability that may arise to a candidate(s) due to incorrect information provided by him/her in his/her online Application Form.
- Candidates are advised to visit the NTA Website www.nta.ac.in and check their emails regularly for the latest updates.
CUET 2023 Syllabus
- For Section IA and IB, the language depth of the students will be tested through Reading Comprehension (based on different types of passages–Factual, Literary, and Narrative [Literary Aptitude & Vocabulary]
- The syllabus for Section II will be purely based on NCERT Class 12 syllabus.
- Whereas the syllabus for the general test of Section III will be consisting of General Knowledge, Current Affairs, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Quantitative Reasoning (Simple application of basic mathematical concepts of mensuration/arithmetic/algebra geometry/stat taught till Grade, 8) Analytical and Logical Reasoning.
- The CUET (UG) 2023 conducting authority has clearly stated that the exam will be purely based on the syllabus of the class 12 NCERT board, thus students won’t need to go through any other preparation phase for qualifying for this exam. Students who have prepared quite well for their class 12 board exam are expected to perform nicely in CUET (UG) 2023 too.
Now the question arises, is CUET (UG) 2023 open for repeating candidates?
The answer is YES.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has cleared all such doubts by clearly stating that the repeating candidates are open to applying for CUET (UG) 2023 exam, but only if the university to be applied for, permits. The repeating candidates must qualify the eligibility criteria of the respective universities he/she will be applying for. Though the running candidates must also satisfy the eligibility conditions of the respective universities.
CUET 2023 Exam Schedule
|Date of Examination||21 May 2023 to 31 May 2023 (Reserve dates: 01 to 07 June 2023)|
|Mode of Examination||“Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode|
|Slot||Slot 1||Slot 2|
|Timing of Examination||09.00 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. (IST)||03.00 p.m. to 06.45 p.m. (IST)|
|Duration of Examination||For 3 Hours 15 Minutes*||For 3 Hours 45 Minutes*|
|*Assuming the candidate takes all the offered sections/ sub sections in the given shift.
Note: Compensatory time for PwBD Candidates, who are eligible for Scribe (whether such candidate uses the facility of Scribe or not) of 15 miutes for 45 minutes examination and 20 minutes for one-hour examination will be extended as per Govt. Guidelines. Such extra time will be extended test wise and not in the aggregate duration of the morning/afternoon slot.
|Entry in the Exam entre/Hall/Room, frisking, biometric registration/ record of manual attendance by Invigilator, document verification/cross-checking of Admit Card, signature, and photo match to be completed by Invigilator, etc. Instructions by the Invigilator(s)||07.00 a.m. to 08.30 a.m.||01.00 p.m. to 02.30 p.m.|
|08.30 a.m. to 08.50 a.m.||02.30 p.m. to 02.50 p.m.|
|Candidates log in to read instructions||08.50 a.m.||02.50 p.m.|
|Test Commences||9.00 a.m.||03.00 p.m.|
|Test Concludes||As per timing given in Admit Card|
- Exam will be held on multiple days, in two Slots, morning and afternoon:
Examination Structure in Slot 1 (Morning Session):
|Sr No.||Tests/Subjects||No. of questions to be
|Marks per question||Total marks||Duration|
|1||Language (any one of the 13 languages opted in Section IA)||40 out of 50||5||200||45 minutes per language|
|2||Domain Specific Subjects(Max. 2 subjects)||40 out of 50||5||200||45 minutes per subject|
|(Max. duration can go upto 90 minutes for 2 subjects)|
|3||General Test||60 out of 75||5||300||60 minutes|
|Note: One mark will be deducted for a wrong answer. Unanswered/Marked for Review will be given no mark (0).|
Examination Structure in Slot 2 (Afternoon Session):
|Sr No.||Tests/Subjects||No. of questions to be attempted||Marks per question||Total marks||Duration|
|1||Language (any one of the remaining 12 languages opted in Section IA (if one already taken in slot 1) and 1 from Section IB – as
applicable) OR as applicable per note below
|40 out of 50||5||200||45 minutes per language|
|2||Domain Specific Subjects (Max. 4 subjects)||40 out of 50||5||200||45 minutes per subject|
|(Max. duration can go upto 3 hours for 4 subjects)|
|Note: One mark will be deducted for a wrong answer. Unanswered/Marked for Review will be given no mark (0).|
- Though the tests are scheduled either in the morning or in the afternoon session, as the case may be, each test within each slot is distinct and independent of each other. The different Sections of the test scheduled in the morning or afternoon do not constitute Sections of the same paper.
- A candidate has an option to choose the components of the test only. However, allotment of candidates to the Slots will be based on the options exercised and technical and administrative considerations.
- Admit Cards will be issued for the morning/afternoon session based on the components opted by him/her. No request for change of date/slot will be entertained.
- All domain specific subjects/ languages from Section IA will be available in both the Slots. A candidate will not be allowed to appear in the same subject twice.
- The morning/afternoon sessions will start at a specified time. Candidates have to report for the session/s as per the time stated in their respective Admit Card.
- Candidates can start with any of the tests, to which they are admitted, scheduled in that slot. There is no sequence in which the tests are to be taken, within each slot.
- Candidates can leave the exam hall after completing the duration of the components in which they appeared as indicated on their Admit Card.
Choice of Cities for CUET Exam 2023
- The Cities where the CUET (UG) – 2023 will be conducted are given in Appendix III. While applying, candidates have to select any four cities of their choice. Efforts will be made to allot the city of examination to the candidates in the order of preference opted by them in their online Application Form. However, due to administrative/logistic reasons, a different city can be allotted.
- Choice of Centre Cities will be limited to the State of Permanent Address or State of Present Address only.
- In case, there are very few candidates from a City, the NTA reserves the right to merge one, two, or more cities. The decision of the NTA regarding the allotment of the City/Centre shall be final. No further correspondence or request shall be entertained in this regard.
e-Admit Card for CUET 2023
- The e-Admit Card would be issued provisionally to the candidates through the NTA website: https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/, subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility conditions and receipt of the prescribed application fee by NTA.
- The candidate has to download the Admit Card from the NTA website. The candidate will appear in the examination at the given Centre on the date and shift/timing as indicated in his/her e-Admit Card. No candidate will be allowed to appear at the examination Centre, on the date and shift/time other than that allotted to him/her in his/her Admit Card.
- In case a candidate is unable to download his/her Admit Card from the website, he/she should approach the NTA Help Line Number: 011-40759000 or 011-69227700 between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm. The candidates are advised to read the instructions on the Admit Card carefully and strictly follow them during the examination.
- In case of any discrepancy in the particulars of the candidate or his/her photograph and signature shown in the e-Admit Card and Confirmation Page, the candidate may immediately approach the NTA Help Line between 10.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. In such a case, the candidate would appear in the examination with the already downloaded Admit Card. However, NTA will take necessary action to make corrections in the record later.
- The date of downloading the Admit Card for the exam will be announced on the NTA website (https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/)
- The Candidates may please note that Admit Cards will not be sent by post.
- In no case, the duplicate Admit Card for Common University Entrance Test 2023 would be issued at the Examination Centres.
- The candidates must not mutilate the Admit Card or change any entry made therein.
- Candidates are advised to preserve their Admit Cards in good condition for future reference.
- No Admit Card shall be issued to the candidates whose applications are found to be incomplete for any reasons (including indistinct/ doubtful photographs/unsigned Applications) or who do not fulfill the eligibility criteria for the examination.
- Issue of Admit Cards, however, shall not necessarily mean acceptance of eligibility which shall be further scrutinized at subsequent stages of the admission process.
List of Universities
NTA authority is going to conduct the CUET (UG) 2023 exam at 154 test centers across the country. Here’s sharing the names of the colleges and universities under CUET (UG) 2023 exam –
1) Banaras Hindu University
2) Jamia Millia Islamia
3) Aligarh Muslim University
4) Delhi University
5) Jawaharlal Nehru University
6) Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
7) Tezpur University
8) Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya
9) University of Allahabad
10) Visva-Bharati University
11) English and Foreign Languages University
12) Dr. Hari Singh Gour University
13) North Eastern Hill University
14) Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University
15) University of Hyderabad
16) Manipur University
17) Pondicherry University
18) Rajiv Gandhi University
19) Tripura University
20) Assam University
21) Nagaland University
22) Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya
23) Maulana Azad National Urdu University
24) Mizoram University
25) Indira Gandhi National Tribal University
26) Sikkim University
27) Central University of South Bihar
28) Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agriculture University
29) National Sanskrit University
30) Indian Maritime University
31) Central Sanskrit University
32) Indira Gandhi National Open University
33) Central Agricultural University
34) Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University
35) Central University of Gujarat
36) Central University of Haryana
37) Central University of Himachal Pradesh
38) Central University of Kashmir
39) Central University of Jharkhand
40) Central University of Karnataka
41) Central University of Kerala
42) Central University of Odisha
43) Central University of Punjab
44) Central University of Rajasthan
45) Central University of Tamil Nadu
46) Nalanda University
47) South Asian University
48) Central University of Jammu
49) Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University
50) Rani Lakshmi Bai Central Agricultural University
51) Mahatma Gandhi Central University
52) National Sports University
53) Central Tribal University of Andhra Pradesh
54) Central University of Andhra Pradesh
These 54 universities have granted CUET (UG) scorecards for admission to their institutions.
So, in a nutshell, CUET (UG) exam is going to streamline and make the undergraduate admission process easier for students.
For more details and to apply, please visit the official website