Education CUET UG 2022: UGC publishes preliminary shooting timeline. View the full list By The New Zealand Times - September 22, 2022 0 37 FacebookTwitterPinterestVKWhatsApp UGC has released a preliminary timeline for admission into UG programs based on CUET-2022 in several central universities. UGC President Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar inquired the same, saying on Twitter that UGC has gathered preliminary timeline and other details about admission into UG programs based on CUET-2022 in several central universities The candidates should look at the UGC link in the ‘Notices’ section to find out the details. Last week, the results of the debut edition of the Common University Entrance Test for undergraduate admissions were announced. Initially, the results were supposed to be announced on Thursday at 10 p.m., but due to a huge database, this was postponed. See also CUET UG Result Declared: A Guide To The Admission Process “The merit lists will be prepared by participating universities, which will decide on their individual supervision based on the CUET-UG scorecard,” said Sadhana Parashar, senior director (exams), NTA. The first edition of CUET-UG, the gateway to admission of students in all central universities, started in July and ended on August 30. Sixty percent attendance was recorded in the exam. According to the original plan, CUET-UG was to be completed on August 20. However, the exam was further postponed and split into six stages to accommodate students whose exam was rescheduled due to various issues. See also UGC sets guidelines for students to obtain two academic degrees at the same time Technical issues, last minute changes in exam centers, uninformed changes in exam dates, and admission cards stating past dates were some of the issues students faced during the exam. With 14.9 lakh registrations, the CUET is now the second largest entrance exam in the country, surpassing JEE-Main’s average registration of nine lakh. NEET-UG is the largest admission test in India with an average of 18 lakh applicants. See also Industry may be attracted to fund CV Raman International Fellowship for African Investors: DST Secy (With input from agencies) Check out all education news and updates on Live TNZT. Download the TNZT News app for daily market updates and live business news. More or less Subscribe to TNZT Newsletters * Please enter a valid email address * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Post your comment First article .