CUET Exam 2022-23: Application, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Eligibility Criteria

CUET Exam 2022-23

National Testing Agency (NTA) has recently declared that the admissions in the central universities of India will now be compulsorily made with the CUET. The full form of CUET is the Common University Entrance Test. Now, the students who wish to study in any of the 45 UGC-funded central universities in India have to write CUET. The National Testing Agency, i.e. the NTA, has been given the responsibility to conduct this exam every year.


CUET 2022 is scheduled to be held in the first week of July 2022. Learn more about the exam by reading this article till the end.


CUET 2022 Notification

As per the latest notification released by University Grants Commission, CUET 2022 exam will be held in the first week of July under the supervision of the National Testing Agency. 


Cover Full Syllabus in Short Time

If you are one of the candidates who wish to get admission to any of the 45 UGC funded Central Universities and are preparing for CUET 2022, you are in the right place. We are providing you with courses that will help in your preparation. Read about the courses below:


Course Name

Description

CUET 2022 Commerce Full Course

CUET 2022 Commerce is a course that will cover the full syllabus of the exam. The best thing about this course is that it will provide you with live interactive classes. You can also analyse your progress through practice questions and test series. We will also provide you secret tips and tricks to excel in the examination. Don’t wait, enrol now!

CUET 2022 Science Full Course

Prepare for CUET 2022 with our CUET 2022 Science course. This course will not only cover the science topics for you but will also provide you with 175+ hours of recorded interactive learning along with instant doubt solving classes. You will also get recorded classes, notes, 90+ assignments and many more with this course. Don’t miss the chance of grabbing this opportunity now by enrolling yourself for the course.

CUET 2022 GK/M.A.T/English

Prepare for CUET 2022 with the help of CUET 2022 GK/M.A.T/English course. This course will not only help you with the whole syllabus but will also teach you some strategies that will help you maximise your score in the exam. Along with 45+ assignments, 500+ top questions and 5+ full tests, this course will teach you the art of time management. You will also solve your doubts unlimitedly through the doubt app. Don’t wait any more! Grab your seat now!


CUET 2022: What are the Latest Updates?

The latest update is that the CUET 2022 is scheduled to be conducted in the first week of July by the National Testing Agency. The application process for the same has started on 6th April 2022 and will continue till 6th May 2022. 


CUET 2022 Important Dates

Events

Exam Dates

Registration for CUET exam 

6th April 2022 - 6th May 2022

Correction Window

To be Announced Soon

Admit Card Issue

To be Announced Soon

CUET 2022 Exam Date

1st and 2nd Week of July (Tentative)

Provisional Answer Keys

To be Announced Soon

Display of Record Responses

To be Announced Soon

Declaration of Result

To be Announced Soon


CUET Exam 2022: A Brief Overview (Summary)

Name of the Exam

Central University Entrance Test (CUET)

Conducted By

The National Testing Agency (NTA)

Level of the Examination

University (Central Universities of India)

Number of Universities

45 UGC Funded Central Universities

Mode of Registration

Online

Mode of Exam

Online Computer Based Test (CBT)

Question Type

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Number of Exam Centres

Around 150

Mode of Counselling

Offline

Official Website

cuet.samarth.ac.in


Why is CUET Required?

Until now, each central university had its own admissions process for UG and PG programmes. To unify this process, the Education Ministry has introduced CUET as a common exam for admissions to all of India's central universities. The other benefits of the CUET are as follows:

  • Every student aspires to be admitted to their dream university. However, due to the enormous weightage of the 12th grade, not every student had an equal opportunity to apply to their dream university. The 12th cut-off based exams prioritised the marks earned in the 12th grade. With the introduction of the CUET, every student now has a fair chance to perform well in this common entrance exam and gain admission to the best university possible.

  • Students had little clarity about their ranks in previous entrance admission procedures. For example, due to 12th merit-based admissions, DU did not reveal student ranks. With the introduction of CUET, it is expected that students will no longer be in the dark about their ranks and the colleges to which they will be admitted.

  • So far, each university has had its own set of UG admission processes, which may or may not be fair to each college's reputation. While some colleges used a cut-off system, others used entrance exams to determine admissions. Some universities soared to prominence as a result of this system, while others languished in obscurity. We hope that by using a common entrance exam, such disparities will be reduced and that each university will have a fair chance of admitting students.


CUET Exam Pattern

The CUET entrance exam will be conducted online as a Computer Based Test (CBT). The exam will last 2 hours or 120 minutes and will include 100 multiple-choice questions. Each correct attempt will earn the candidate one point, while each incorrect attempt will cost the candidate 0.25 points (negative marking). The other details of the exam are as follows:


Sections

Subjects/Tests

Questions to be Attempted

Question Type

Duration

Section IA - Languages

There are 13 different languages: English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odia, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, and Urdu. Any of these may be chosen.

40 questions out of 50 questions in each language.

Language to be tested through Reading, Comprehension based on different types of passages - Factual, Literary and Narrative, MCQ based questions

45 minutes for each language

Section IB - Languages

There are 20 languages: Kashmiri, Dogri, Konkani, French, Maithili, Manipuri, Nepali, Santhali, Sindhi, Sanskrit, Bodo, Arabic, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, German, Persian, Russian, Spanish and Tibetan. Candidates may choose any language apart from those offered in section IA. 

Section II - Domain

There are 27 domain-specific subjects being offered under this section. A candidate may choose a maximum of 6 domains as desired by the applicable university (ies)

40 questions out of 50 in each subject

  • Input text can be used for MCQ based questions.

  • MCQs based on syllabus 

45 minutes for each subject

Section III - General Test

For any such undergraduate programme(s) being offered by universities where a general test is being used for admission.

60 questions out of 75 questions

  • Input text can be used for MCQ based questions

  • GK, Current Affairs, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Quantitative Reasoning, Logical and Analytical Reasoning

60 minutes


Eligibility Criteria for The CUET Exam 2022

Following are the eligibility criteria for a candidate to appear for CUET entrance exam 2022:

  • There is no age limit for admission. Anyone can apply. However, candidates will have to fulfil the age criteria of the university(if any) in which they wish to take admission.

  • Candidates must have passed or appeared for class 12th or equivalent exam in the year 2022 irrespective of their age. 


Important Notes on Eligibility Criteria

Though the above-mentioned eligibility criteria are to be fulfilled to appear for CUET 2022, here are a few important points that you have to keep in mind while appearing for the same:

  • For admission to any particular university through the CUET exam 2022, the existing policies regarding the quota, category, relaxation, qualifications, reservations, subject combinations, preferences etc. of the particular university will be applicable.

  • The candidates are advised to keep an eye on the university website in which they wish to take admission for their eligibility criteria. The candidate will have to fulfil the eligibility criteria of the particular university as well to take admission.

  • Passing the CUET alone won’t make you eligible for admission to the respective university. CUET + eligibility criteria of the university will confirm your admission. 


Schedule of the Examination

Date of Examination

First and Second week of July, 2022 (Tentative)

Mode of the Examination

Computer Based Test (CBT)

Slot of the Examination

Slot I

Slot II

Timing of the Examination

9 AM - 12.15 PM

3 PM - 6.45 PM

Duration of the Examination

3 Hours 15 Minutes*

3 Hours 45 Minutes*


The actual duration of the exam will depend on the candidates’ choice of sections in the given slot.

Read more about the CUET 2022 examination.


CUET 2022 Application Form

NTA released the CUET Application Form 2022 on April 6, 2022. The National Testing Agency's official website will be updated with the CUET Exam Date, CUET Admit Card Release Date, and a link to the CUET Application Form (NTA). Candidates who meet the CUET Eligibility Criteria may complete the CUET Application Form. The application form The registration link will be active until May 6, 2022. The students are advised to complete the CUET 2022 Application Form as soon as possible to avoid the last-minute rush.


How to Do CUET 2022 Registration?

Follow the following steps to do the registration for CUET 2022:

  1. Go to cuet.samarth.ac.in and click on the 'Register' button on the home page.

  2. A new page will be displayed with the instructions and procedures. Candidates must read these instructions, check the box (I have downloaded the CUET (UG) – 2022 Information Bulletin), and then click the 'Click here to Proceed' button.

  3. A new page will be displayed. Candidates must enter their personal information, current address, and other information. After entering the necessary information, candidates should select a password and enter the security pin in the 'Registration Form.'

  4. After entering all of the necessary information, you should run a preview of the data. If you need to change anything on the registration form, click "Edit Registration Details." After verification, click on the ‘submit and send OTP to mobile' button.

  5. Applicants will receive the application form number on their registered email ID or mobile number after successfully completing the OTP verification process. Applicants should make a note of the application form number for future use.

  6. Candidates should enter their application form number and password to log in.

  7. Click 'Continue application form' to finish filling out the application form. Candidates must enter their educational qualification details, select the University name and programme, test paper for slots 1 and 2 of the examination, and upload relevant documents such as photographs and signatures, among other things. After filling out the application form with the required information, click 'Save.'

  8. After saving the data, preview the entire application form and check all of the checkboxes on the particulars checklist.

  9. Choose the final submission option and pay the application fee.

  10. Make a copy of the Confirmation Page for future use.


CUET 2022: Application Fee

The application fee must be paid online only through Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card/UPI, or Paytm Services. Processing charges and GST must be paid in addition to the application fee and must be paid online only through Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card/UPI.

Only after the payment, a confirmation page of the online application form will be generated. Candidates who are unable to access the confirmation page should contact the bank/payment gateway using the helpline number and email address provided in the NTA's 'Information Bulletin.'

The application fee for CUET (UG) 2022 is listed below for several reserved and unreserved categories both within and outside the country.


Slot

Number of Subjects

Application Fee (Excluding Processing Fees and GST)

For Exam Centres Within India

For Exam Centres Outside India

General

SC/ST/Third Gender/PwBD

OBC - NCL/EWS

Slot I

Upto 4

650 INR

550 INR

600 INR

3000 INR

Slot II

Upto 5

650 INR

550 INR

600 INR

3000 INR


CUET Syllabus 2022 

A detailed information on CUET syllabus 2022 has been provided below:


Section IA and IB

The questions in this section will assess one's command of the language through comprehension passages, grammar fundamentals, and vocabulary. Candidates will be evaluated in the Comprehension section on their understanding of a passage and its central theme, the meanings of words used in the passage, and so on. Correcting grammatically incorrect sentences, filling blanks in sentences with appropriate words, and so on are all part of the Grammar section. Questions about synonyms and antonyms will test your knowledge of English vocabulary.


Section II

There are 27 domain-specific subjects. Syllabus of the 27 different subjects are as follows:


Subject

Questions to be Attempted

Syllabus

Accountancy

40 out of 50

  • Accounting Not-for-Profit Organisation

  • Accounting for Partnership

  • Reconstitution of Partnership

  • Dissolution of Partnership Firm

  • Accounting for Share and Debenture Capital

  • Analysis of Financial Statements

  • Statement of Changes in Financial Position

  • Overview of Computerised Accounting System

  • Using Computerised Accounting System

  • Accounting Using Database Management System (DBMS)

  • Accounting Applications of Electronic Spreadsheet


Agriculture

40 out of 50

  • Agrometeorology, Genetics and Plant Breeding, Biochemistry and Microbiology

  • Livestock Production

  • Crop Production

  • Horticulture

Anthropology

40 out of 50

  • Physical Anthropology

  • Prehistoric Archaeology

  • Material Culture and Economic Anthropology

  • Social Anthropology and Ethnography

  • Ecology

Fine Arts

40 out of 50

Painting

  • The Rajasthani and Pahari Schools of Miniature Painting

  • The Mughal and Deccan schools of miniature painting

  • The Bengal School and Cultural Nationalism

  • The Modern trends In IndianArt

Sculpture

  • Triumph of Labour - D. P. Roychowdhury

  • Santhal Family - Ramkinker Vaij

  • Standing Woman - Dhanraj Bhagat

  • Cries Unheard - AmarNath Sehgal

  • Ganesha Figure - P.V.Janakiram

  • Dhanpal - Sankho Chaudhuri

  • Chatturmukhi - Aekka Yada Giri Rao

Graphic Prints

  • Whirlpool - Krishna Reddy

  • Children - Somnath Hore

  • Devi - Jyoti Bhatt

  • Of walls - Anupam Sud

  • Man, Woman and Tree - K. Laxma Goud

Biology/ Biotechnology/Biochemistry

40 out of 50

  • Reproduction

  • Genetics and Evolution

  • Biology andHumanWelfare

  • Biotechnology and Its Applications

  • Ecology and Environment

Business Studies

40 out of 50

  • Nature and Significance of Management

  • Principles of Management

  • Business Environment

  • Planning

  • Organising

  • Staffing

  • Directing

  • Controlling

  • Business Finance

  • Financial Markets

  • Marketing

  • Consumer Protection

  • Entrepreneurship Development

Chemistry

40 out of 50

  • Solid State

  • Solutions

  • Electrochemistry

  • Chemical Kinetics

  • Surface Chemistry

  • General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

  • p-Block Elements

  • d and f Block Elements

  • Coordination Compounds

  • Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

  • Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers

  • Aldehydes, Ketones, and Carboxylic Acids

  • Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

  • Biomolecules

  • Polymers

  • Chemistry in Everyday Life

Computer Science/ Informatics Practices

  • Section A: 15 (all compulsory)

  • Section B1 (Computer Science): 25 out of 35

  • Section B2 (Informatics Practices): 25 out of 35

  • Exception and File Handling in Python

  • Database Concepts

  • Structured Query Language

  • Computer Networks

Economics/Business Economics


  • Introduction to Microeconomics

  • Consumer Behaviour and Demand

  • Producer Behaviour and Supply

  • Forms of Market and Price Determination

  • Simple Applications of Tools of Demand and Supply Curves

  • National Income and Related Aggregates — Basic Concepts and Measurement

  • Determination of Income and Employment

  • Money and Banking

  • Government Budget and the Economy

  • Balance of Payments

Engineering Graphics

40 out of 50

  • Construction of isometric scale showing main divisions of 10 mm and smaller divisions of 1mm, also showing the leading angles.

  • Drawing to full size scale with instruments

  • Free-hand sketches

  • Bearings

  • Rod Joints

  • Tie-rod and Pipe-joint

Entrepreneurship

40 out of 50

  • Entrepreneurial Opportunity

  • Entrepreneurial Planning

  • Enterprise Marketing

  • Enterprise Growth Strategies

  • Business Arithmetic

  • Resource Mobilisation

Environmental Studies

40 out of 50

  • Human Beings and Nature

  • Population and Conservation Ecology

  • Monitoring Pollution

  • Third World Development

  • Sustainable Agriculture

  • Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

  • International Relations and the Environment

Geography/Geology

40 out of 50

  • Human Geography: Nature and Scope

  • People

  • Human Activities

  • Transport, Communication and Trade

  • Human Settlements

  • Resource and Development

  • Geographical Perspective on Selected Issues and Problems

History

40 out of 50

  • The Story of the First Cities Harappan Archaeology

  • Political and Economic History: How Inscriptions tell a story

  • Social Histories using the Mahabharata

  • A History of Buddhism: Sanchi Stupa

  • Agrarian Relations The Ain-i- Akbari

  •  The Mughal Court: Reconstructing Histories through Chronicles

  • New Architecture: Hampi

  • Religious Histories: The Bhakti-Sufi Tradition

  • Mediaeval Society through Travellers’ Accounts

  • Colonialism and Rural Society: Evidence from Official Reports

  • Representations of 1857

  • Colonialism and Indian Towns: Town Plans and Municipal Reports

  • Mahatma Gandhi through Contemporary Eyes

  • Partition through Oral Sources

  • The Making of the Constitution

Home Science

40 out of 50

  • Human Development: Life Span Approach

  • Nutrition for Self, Family and Community

  • Money Management and Consumer Education

  • Apparel: Designing, Selection and Care

  • Community Development and Extension

  • Career Options after Home Science Education

Knowledge Traditions - Practices in India

40 out of 50

  • Agriculture: A Survey

  • Architecture: A Survey

  • Education Systems and Practices: A Survey

  • Dance: A Survey

  • Ethics: Individual and Social

  • Martial Arts Traditions: A Survey

  • Language and Grammar

  • Other Technologies: A Survey

Languages IA and IB

Language IA - 13 Languages

Language IB - 20 Languages

40 out of 50

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Verbal Ability

  • Rearranging the parts

  • Choosing the correct word

  • Synonyms and Antonyms

  • Vocabulary

Legal Studies

40 out of 50

  • Judiciary

  • Topics of Law 

  • Arbitration, Tribunal Adjunction, and Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Human Rights in India

  • Legal Profession in India

  • Legal Services

  • International Context

  • Legal Maxims


Mass Media and Communication

40 out of 50

  • Communication

  • Journalism

  • Television

  • Radio

  • Cinema

  • Social Media

  • New Media

Mathematics/Applied Mathematics

  • Section A: 15 (all compulsory)

  • Section B1 (Mathematics): 25 out of 35

  • Section B2 (Applied Mathematics): 25 out of 35

  • Algebra

  • Calculus

  • Integration and its Applications

  • Differential Equations

  • Probability Distributions

  • Linear Programming

  • Relations and Functions

Physical Education/National Cadet Corps/Yoga

40 out of 50

  • Sociological Aspects of Physical Education

  • Training Methods

  • Career Aspects in Physical Education

  • Career Aspects in Physical Education

  • Health Education & Health Problems

  • Sports Injuries and First Aid

  • Test & Measurement in Sports

  • Biomechanics & Sports

  • Psychology & Sports

Physics

40 out of 50

  • Electrostatics

  • Current Electricity

  • Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

  • Electromagnetic Induction andAlternating Currents

  • Electromagnetic Waves

  • Optics

  • Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

  • Atoms and Nuclei

  • Electronic Devices

  • Communication Systems

Political Science

40 out of 50

  • Politics in India Since Independence

  • Contemporary World Politics

Psychology

40 out of 50

  • Variations in Psychological Attributes

  • Self and Personality

  • Meeting Life Challenges

  • Psychological Disorders

  • Therapeutic Approaches

  • Attitude and Social Cognition

  • Social Influence and Group Processes

  • Psychology and Life

  • Developing Psychological Skills

Sociology

40 out of 50

  • Structure of Indian Society

  • Social Institutions: Continuity and Change

  • Social Inequality and Exclusion

  • The Challenges of Unity in Diversity

  • Process of Social Change in India

  • Social Change and the Polity

  • Social Change and the Economy

  • Arenas of Social Change

  • New Arenas of Social Change

  • Social Movements

Teaching Aptitude

Section A - 15 questions all compulsory

Section B - Students can choose upto max 3

Section A - General Education

Section B will have many Sub Sections out of which a candidate can choose one or two or three depending on the eligibility conditions of the University they are applying for:

  • Section B.1: Teaching of Languages

  • Section B.2: Teaching of Social Sciences

  • Section B.3: Teaching of Sciences

  • Section B.4: Teaching of Mathematics

  • Section B.5: Teaching of Fine Arts

  • Section B.6: Teaching of Performing Arts

  • Section B.7: Teaching of Physical Education & Yoga


Section III

Numerical Ability: Questions on Numerical Ability will assess the candidate's understanding of basic mathematics. These types of questions will rely heavily on arithmetic, the number system, the fundamentals of algebra, and modern mathematics.


Logical and Analytical Reasoning: This section assesses the candidate's ability to recognise patterns and logical links, as well as correct illogical arguments. It may include Logical Reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, and so on, as well as Analytical Reasoning questions such as series, directions, clocks & calendars, arrangements, and puzzles, to name a few.


General Awareness and Current Affairs: The General Awareness section includes static general knowledge, whereas the Current Affairs section assesses a candidate's understanding of national and international current affairs.


CUET 2022 Mock Test

Taking mock tests is one of the most important aspects of passing the CUET. NTA is expected to release an online CUET mock test on its official website so that students can familiarise themselves with the navigation system. Aspirants will be able to practise using the virtual keyboard and calculator while moving from question to question and between sections by taking the official CUET mock test. To succeed in the exam, it is important to implement the analysis pointers within one's preparation after conducting a thorough analysis.


CUET 2022 Admit Card

The CUET Admit Card will be available two weeks before the exam date on the NTA's official website. You will be notified via SMS and email when the CUET Admit Card is ready for download. The CUET admit card or hall ticket contains important information such as the CUET Exam Date and Time, exam venue, exam centre, and various other exam credentials. Candidates will not be permitted to enter the examination hall or take the exam unless they have a valid CUET admit card.


CUET 2022 Answer Keys

After the exam that is scheduled to be held on 1st and 2nd week of July 2022, the authorities will release the official answer keys on their official website. The candidates can calculate their scores through the answer keys. If, by any chance, there is any discrepancy in the answer key released by NTA, the candidates can challenge the answer keys within the stipulated time. After that, the final answer keys of CUET 2022 will be released.


CUET 2022 Results

After the exam, the CUET Result 2022 will be posted on the official website within a month (expected). The final result will only be displayed in online mode. To view the CUET 2022 results, candidates must enter the login information they received when they registered for the exam. The CUET Result 2022 will include the entrance exam score as well as the qualifying status. The CUET 2022 merit list will be prepared using the marks obtained by candidates in the CUET entrance exam.


CUET 2022 Cut-off

CUET 2022 cut-off will be released by the authorities following the exam. Along with the exam result, the CUET cut-off will be announced. Candidates who can obtain more than the declared cut-off will be eligible for the CUET 2022 counselling. CUET 2022 cut-off depends on the factors - a) number of applicants, b) difficulty level of the exam, and c) the number of seats available. 


CUET 2022 Counselling

Upon the declaration of CUET 2022 result, every university will start their counselling process. Candidates have to keep an eye on the official websites of all the universities that they intend to apply/ register. Candidates must carry the documents along with them whichever will be mentioned on the university sites. These will help ease up the verification process. The final list will be published by the universities following the CUET counselling process. 


CUET 2022 Participating Universities and Colleges

Name of the College/University

State

Jawaharlal Nehru University

New Delhi

University of Delhi

New Delhi

Jamia Millia Islamia

New Delhi

The Central Sanskrit University

New Delhi

Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University

New Delhi

Aligarh Muslim University

New Delhi

Mahatma Gandhi Central University

Bihar

University of Hyderabad

Telangana

Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University

Uttarakhand

Visva-Bharati University

West Bengal

University of Allahabad

Uttar Pradesh

Rajiv Gandhi University

Arunachal Pradesh

Nalanda University

Bihar

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University

Bihar

Tezpur University

Assam

Nagaland University

Nagaland

Central University of Odisha

Odisha

Pondicherry University

Puducherry

Indian Maritime University

Tamil Nadu

English and Foreign Languages University

Telangana

Maulana Azad National Urdu University

Telangana

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University

Uttar Pradesh

Tripura University

Tripura

Rani Lakshmi Bai Central Agricultural University

Uttar Pradesh

Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University

Uttar Pradesh

Banaras Hindu University

Uttar Pradesh

Mizoram University

Mizoram

North Eastern Hill University

Meghalaya

Central Tribal University of Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh

Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya

Chhattisgarh

The National Sanskrit University

Andhra Pradesh

Sikkim University

Sikkim

Manipur University

Manipur

Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya

Madhya Pradesh

Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya

Maharashtra

Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya

Madhya Pradesh

Central University of Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

National Sports University

Manipur

Central University of Kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir

Central Agricultural University

Manipur

Central University of Jammu

Jammu & Kashmir

Central University of Punjab

Punjab

Central University of Haryana

Haryana

Central University of South Bihar

Bihar

Central University of Karnataka

Karnataka

Central University of Rajasthan

Rajasthan

Central University of Jharkhand

Jharkhand

Central University of Kerala

Kerala

Central University of Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh

Central University of Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu

Assam University

Assam

Central University of Gujarat

Gujarat


CUET 2022: Exam Centres

There are around 154 exam centres across the country where the CUET 2022 will be conducted. Candidates will have to choose their exam centres while filling the application form for the year 2022. Here is the list of the exam centres:


Name of the State

Name of the Cities

Andhra Pradesh

  • Vijayawada

  • Vizag

Assam

  • Guwahati

Bihar

  • Bhagalpur

  • Begusarai

  • Gaya

  • Muzaffarpur

  • Purnia

  • Patna

  • Motihari

  • Siwan

Chhattisgarh

  • Raipur

Delhi

  • New Delhi

Gujrat

  • Gandhinagar

  • Ahmedabad

  • Godhra

  • Mehsana

  • Rajkot

  • Vadodara

  • Surat

  • Vapi

Haryana

  • Hisar

  • Mahendragarh

Himachal Pradesh

  • Shimla

Jharkhand

  • Dhanbad

  • Ranchi

  • Jamshedpur

Jammu and Kashmir

  • Kargil

  • Jammu

  • Srinagar

  • Leh

  • Udhampur

  • Kathua

Karnataka

  • Bangalore

  • Bidar

  • Mysore

  • Davangere

  • Bellary

  • Belagavi

  • Hubli

  • Kalaburagi

  • Mangalore

  • Yadgir

  • Raichur

Kerala

  • Kannur

  • Kochi

  • Calicut

  • Palakkad

  • Kalpetta

  • Kasaragod

  • Kottayam

  • Thiruvananthapuram

  • Thrissur

Madhya Pradesh

  • Indore

  • Bhopal

  • Jabalpur

Maharashtra

  • Mumbai

  • Pune

  • Nagpur

  • Sholapur

Odisha

  • Bhubaneswar

  • Brahmapur

  • Sambalpur

Punjab

  • Chandigarh

  • Amritsar

  • Ludhiana

  • Bhatinda

  • Jalandhar

  • Patiala

Rajasthan


  • Ajmer

  • Jaipur

  • Bikaner

  • Jodhpur

  • Kota

  • Jaisalmer

  • Udaipur

  • Barmer

  • Sikar

Tamil Nadu

  • Chennai

  • Madurai

  • Coimbatore

  • Tiruchirappalli

  • Thiruvarur

Telangana

  • Hyderabad

Uttar Pradesh

  • Agra

  • Prayagraj

  • Varanasi

  • Lucknow

  • Meerut

  • Gorakhpur

Uttarakhand

  • Dehradun

West Bengal

  • Kolkata

  • Asansol

  • Siliguri


Conclusion

We hope this article helped you in getting a clear understanding of the upcoming CUET exam. Since the application process for CUET 2022 has already begun, and there are only a few months left for the exam, the aspiring candidates must start their preparation soon. Go through the above-given syllabus properly and begin your exam preparation with a clear mind and positivity. 

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the CUET 2022 exam for?

Ans: CUET 2022 exam will be conducted in the first and second week of July 2022 for admission in undergraduate programmes in 45 UGC funded central universities of India. This exam is compulsory for admission in the central universities from this year onwards. CUET 2022 will be conducted by the NTA in online CBT mode. 

2. How can I apply for CUET 2022?

Ans: The registrations for CUET 2022 have started already from 6th April 2022 and will continue till 6th May 2022. The students can visit the official website of CUET - cuet.samarth.ac.in and apply for the exam. You need to fill in your personal details, upload the scanned documents and pay the fees online. After registration, you can save the application number and print the confirmation page.

3. Is CUET 2022 compulsory for admission in DU?

Ans: CUET 2022 is compulsory for admission in Delhi University (DU). Not only DU, CUET 2022 is compulsory for admission in all the 45 UGC funded Central Universities of India. 

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