The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Tuesday released an important notice for candidates who have applied for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) (PG) 2022.
The agency said some participating universities have withdrawn certain courses and asked the applicants to pay attention while carrying out corrections in their applications. The correction window will remain open from July 20 to July 22, 2022 (upto 11.50 pm).
"Carefully check eligibility of the courses offered by the universities where the applicant is desirous of taking admission. It will be the sole responsibility of the applicant to check the course, eligibility and university offering the course," the NTA stated.
Here's the list of the courses withdrawn by different universities
University of Hyderabad has withdrawn the course M.Sc. Ocean and Atmospheric Science (PGQP34) as informed vide Corrigendum II dated 3 June, 2022. Students who had already applied prior to the withdrawal are requested to make modifications.
JNU has withdrawn the course of Development and Labour Studies from (PGQP20) and placed it under a new paper code (PGQP79) as mentioned in Corrigendum III dated 9 June, 2022.
BHU has withdrawn the courses Jyotish Phalit and Jyotish Ganit from (PGQP74) and placed it under new paper codes (PGQP80) and (PGQP81) as mentioned in Corrigendum IV.
University of Jharkhand has withdrawn course Sanskrit (PGQP14) and Psychology (PGQP46).
Delhi Technology University has withdrawn from CUET (PG) 2022 vide Corrigendum V dated 20 June, 2022.