CUCET 2022 Admit Card Today: How To Download

Common University Entrance Test (CUET.)) The admit card for 2022 will be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) today, July 12. It will be available from 6 pm onwards. Students will be able to download the hall ticket from the official website of NTA CUET at cuet.samarth.ac.in. CUET UG 2022 will be conducted on 15th July, 16th, 19th, 20th and 4th August, 8th and 10th August in 554 cities. India and 13 cities abroad.

CUET 2022 will be a 3:15 hour exam to be conducted in two shifts for admission to undergraduate courses in colleges in India. The first shift will be from 9 am to 12:15 pm while the second shift will be from 3 pm to 6:45 pm. This is the first time that the Common Entrance Test will be conducted. Around 1 million students have applied for the exam. There will be around 60,000 combinations of subjects in CUET.

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CUET 2022: How to download admit card

Step 1: Visit the official website of CUET

Step 2: Click on CUET 2022 admit card link on the top bar

Step 3: Click on the link, enter your Unique ID

Step 4: Download, take a print out

CUET 2022: Top things to check in admit card

After the admit card is available, students must ensure that their admit card is error free. They must ensure that all the information provided is correct and check these things on the hall ticket-

– Name of Student

– Selected topics

– Roll Number

– exam venue

– reporting time

– covid-19 instructions

— Dress Code Instructions

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In case of any error, report it to NTA immediately and get it rectified before the commencement of the exam as it is mandatory for the students to carry their admit card to the exam center with them. Without a valid admit card, students will not be allowed to enter the examination hall or write the examination. If NTA finds at any time in future that any candidate has used or uploaded the photograph, signature and certificate of any other person in his/her application form or admit card, or tampered with the hall ticket or result If so, it would be considered as unfair means (UFM) practices. NTA will take action against them.

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