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CUET: Now the past date on the admit card, students are worried

CUET :  Many aspirants who are preparing to take the University Common Entrance Test (CUET) for undergraduate courses are claiming that the exam date mentioned in their admit cards has passed, whereas earlier.

Many aspirants who are preparing to appear for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) for graduate courses are claiming that the exam date mentioned in their admit cards has passed, while earlier they were told the second date. The CUET, being conducted for the first time, has been in controversy and due to flaws in it, the examination has to be canceled at many centers so far. This exam is divided into six stages.

In fact, the re-release of exam dates for many candidates and the choice of city for the exam center has left many students worried. Actually, different dates are written in the slips informing these candidates about the cities of the examination center on their admit cards.Students are approaching National Testing Agency (NTA) and University Grants Commission (UGC) requesting to be given one more chance to appear in the exam.

Yuvraj Singh Chauhan of Jodhpur in Rajasthan was told that his examination was to be held on August 10.When he downloaded his admit card on 7th August he was shocked to see that his exam date was 6th August which has already passed.He said that admit cards are not available much before the exam. If the exam date is changed then some information should be given.My exam date has already passed and I have been emailing NTA requesting to conduct the exam again but I have not received any response from them.

Atulsen Singh Yadav of Balrampur in Uttar Pradesh has the same problem. He said that my exam date was changed to 30th August because I had found my preferred city (Balrampur) but when I downloaded the admit card today, it wrote the exam date as 17th August, which has passed.

UGC President M Jagadesh Kumar said that students who have complaints need to write a letter to NTA with their application number. He also said that after verification, the NTA will take a decision on allowing them to take the re-exam. Nikhil R Mishra, who is preparing to take the CUET exam from Bihar, was shocked to see that not only the date of the exam was changed in his admit card but the city was also changed, which was five hours away from the city mentioned earlier.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by GOVT.in staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)


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