CUET Admit Card For Jammu and Kashmir Students – Important Update

CUET Admit Card for 2nd Phase to be Released Soon, Exam City Slip for 3rd Phase on 23 May: UGC Chairman

In a recent update, the University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman announced that the admit cards for the second phase of the Central University Entrance Test (CUET) will be released soon. Additionally, the exam city slip for the third phase will be available on 23rd May. The UGC Chairman provided details regarding the completion of the first phase of the CUET and shared important information about the upcoming phases.

The first phase of the CUET witnessed a commendable success, with all three shifts being conducted smoothly. The total number of candidates who appeared for the first phase was approximately 2,65,248. Shift 1 of the CUET-UG was conducted in 271 cities and 447 centers, accommodating 87,879 candidates. Similarly, Shift 2 took place in 272 cities and 448 centers, hosting 87,903 candidates. Lastly, Shift 3 was held in 271 cities and 458 centers, with around 89,466 candidates appearing for the exam. The attendance on 21st May was recorded at a remarkable 76%, indicating a significant increase compared to the previous year’s 62%.

Despite minor delays in a few centers, the exams were satisfactorily completed. The UGC Chairman highlighted that the delayed start was caused by various factors, including electricity fluctuations in certain centers and the need for staggered entrance at others. However, students were duly informed in advance about the staggered entry system.

To avoid such situations in the future, students are requested to arrive at the examination centers in a staggered manner. The authorities have implemented administrative measures to prevent similar issues from occurring again. Traffic police assistance has been sought in many cities to minimize traffic congestion around the centers. Additionally, basic amenities such as water, refreshments, and covered waiting areas have been provided to the candidates and their parents/guardians. Regular updates regarding the delayed exam start were communicated to the candidates and their parents to keep them informed about the status of the centers. The UGC Chairman assured that further steps will be taken to enhance the overall experience for students appearing in the CUET-UG.

The UGC Chairman concluded by urging all CUET aspirants to stay updated with the latest information and to prepare diligently for the upcoming phases of the entrance test. The admit cards for the second phase will be released soon, and candidates should regularly check the official website for updates. Moreover, the exam city slip for the third phase will be available on 23rd May. The UGC Chairman expressed optimism that the CUET-UG will continue to be conducted smoothly, allowing students to showcase their abilities and pursue their higher education aspirations.

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