The Delhi University plans to conduct a public awareness webinar on CUET 2022 for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD) for the third time. Under this, the process and policies of the Common University Entrance Test, CUET will be discussed. The date on which the webinar will be conducted is 6 May at 4 PM.
The objective of the DU website is to clarify the process of applying to CUET 2022. Also, other information related to provisions offered by DU, how to upload certificates, and about help desks in colleges. Further, interested candidates can head to the DU official website for registration.
To help the candidates in filling the CUET application, many colleges have come forward. Colleges have organized help desk centers with IT facilities on their campuses. So, students can contact the help desk on any working day and ask for help. Moreover, all the other details of the help desks are on the admission website i.e., admission.uod.ac.in.
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To clear certain queries and doubts, the university’s admission branch published Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Besides, it is advised to candidates that they should take help from the ‘Helpful Resources’ tab on the admission portal. This tab will open to tutorial recordings recording of previous webinars, examples, and other resources related to the CUET process.
In a previous webinar on CUET, Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh had remarked the CUET’s advantages in promoting equality across the country. Additionally, he criticized the earlier system of admission which was a merit-based system. He said different boards have different evaluation patterns that led to the disparity.
On the other hand, CUET provides equal opportunities to everyone. So, this will benefit every individual in the country irrespective of their living area. CUET registrations for undergraduate programs or courses in 45 central universities began on 6 April.
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