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Vikash Sharma

Due to various administrative and technical reasons, the first shift examination of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) UG – 2022 in 17 states which was scheduled to be held today was postponed.

As per the National Testing Agency (NTA), the first shift exam has been postponed to August 12, 2022.

Similarly, the question paper for the second shift of the examination could only be uploaded at 5 pm. and the download at 489 centres started at 5:25 pm because of technical reasons. The second shift exam was scheduled to begin from 3 pm today.

Following this, reports were asked from the observers /City coordinators and based on their recommendations, the second shift scheduled for August 4, 2022 (from 03 PM to 06 PM) was cancelled and the same will now be conducted between 12 to 14 August 2022.

“The same Admit Card will be valid for the concerned candidates whose examination have been postponed. In case, the 12-14 August 2022 is not suitable, the candidates can send an e-mail to datechange@nta.ac.in mentioning their desired date and roll number,” NTA notice read.

National Testing Agency is conducting Common University Entrance Test [CUET (UG)] - 2022 from 15 July 2022 to 20 August 2022 (excluding the days of other undergraduate Examinations, and gazetted holidays) at different Examination Centres located in approximately 300 cities across India and 09 cities outside India.

Due to heavy rain in many districts of Kerala in past few days, it has been brought to the notice of NTA that it may not be possible for a large number of candidates to reach the Examination Centre for CUET (UG) – 2022 within stipulated time as the movement will be very difficult and there may be disruption of power.

Therefore, to support the student community, it has been decided to postpone the CUET (UG) – 2022 for the candidates who will be appearing in cities of Kerala State for 04, 05 and 06 August 2022. Fresh dates will be announced later.

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