Entrance Exams

Central-University Entrance Test Application Window will open on April 1.

According to sources in the National Testing Agency (NTA), which will conduct the exam in 13 languages ​​in the first week of July, based on the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) syllabus for class 12,Central-University Entrance Test (CUET) papers will have questions on languages.

For the Central-University Entrance Test (CUET), students will have to attempt 40 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) each in language and domain subjects and 60 MCQs in the general paper, which will test a candidate’s general knowledge and numerical ability.

The application window for the test will be open from April 1 to April 30.

According to sources in the National Testing Agency (NTA), which will conduct the exam in 13 languages ​​in the first week of July, based on the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) syllabus for class 12,Central-University Entrance Test (CUET) papers will have questions on languages. Test the reading comprehension of the candidate based on factual, literary and narrative passages. Based on their understanding, they will be expected to answer the prescribed questions in the format of Multiple Choice Questions.

Also Read: CUET 2022: Important Points About Common Entrance Test for Undergraduate admissions.

The Section IA and IB on languages will have 50 questions each. And in both cases, a candidate will have to attempt 40 each. In the case of Section IA, a student can pick any one language from a basket of 13- Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Punjabi, Odia and English.

Section IB is for those looking to sign up for UG degree programmes in foreign languages students can pick from a list of 19 offered by certain central universities. The Section-II paper on domain subjects total 27 are on offer and an applicant can pick up to six will also have 50 MCQs of which a student will have to attempt 40.

Lastly, the paper for the Section-III, or the general test, will have 75 questions for a candidate who will be expected to attempt 60, an NTA source added.

The provision for Section-III is keeping in mind the fact that some universities admit students in UG courses based on general test scores rather than a student’s marks in core subjects.

The language and the domain subject papers will be of 45 minutes duration each, while one hour will be given to take the general test.

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