Delhi University says that the Common University Entrance Test (CUET 2023) will conduct soon and this year the process will be smoother than before. Last time, CUET 2022 was full of chaos and got quite delayed. DU Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh gives surety of the smooth conduction of the examination.
Last year, many students complained about technical and other issues. However, Delhi University Vice-Chancellor said that they have learnt many things from previous mistakes and are heading to correct them.
Further, he said, “There are various principles behind the process of conducting exams. First one needs to ensure that there is no disparity among the candidates when they apply. Earlier, admission used to happen through a cut-off, so to score in the state syllabus was easier. Therefore it produced a disparity among students. Now, we have CUET 2023 and it will ensure that every student gets a chance to take admission to Delhi University colleges.”
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“Besides CUET, National Testing Agency (NTA) also conducts the NEET, and JEE which have a maximum to maximum of three subjects. Whereas Delhi University has lots of courses or programs and countless students appear in the exam. And, in 2022 it was the first time for CUET, as a result, students faced several issues,” said Yogesh.
CUET 2022 Process
CUET 2022 application process started on 19 May 2022 but exam dates were not released for several months. Moreover, NTA extended the deadline for filling out application forms three times.
And, agency corrected the additions and withdrawals of universities and institutes many times which created chaos. Lastly, in the second week of August, dates of examinations were announced from 1 September to 11.
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