CUET (COMMON UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE TEST) UG – 2023
CUET is also called COMMON UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE TEST. Under the National Testing Agency (NTA), CUET is being launched for admission in UG Programs in all Central Universities of India for the academic session 2023–2024 (MoE). CUET UG 2023 will help applicants nationwide, especially those from rural and other remote places, with a uniform platform, and fair possibilities, and will also improve connections with universities. Students get an advantage as they need to give only 1 exam for many Central Universities.
NTA- National Testing Agent
The National Testing Agency (NTA) was created by the Ministry of Education (MoE), Government of India, as an independent, autonomous, and self-sustaining premier testing organization under the Societies Registration Act (1860). Its role is to conduct effective, transparent, and international standardized tests. This will help candidates for admission to premier higher education institutions. NTA supports the validity, reliability, accuracy, fairness, and security of assessments. To put these beliefs into effect, it interacts with its stakeholders, including students, parents, teachers, experts, and partner institutions.
How to apply for CUET?
Computer-based test (CBT) is the mode to conduct the CUET UG 2023. On Central Universities’ (CUs) own websites, students can check all information on programs universities are offering. The link to the online application form for undergraduate programs is available on the official website, https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/. Candidates giving CUET (UG) exam in 2023 should review the prerequisites for the preferred university or universities before choosing from the available UG programs.
CUET Registration Process:
We are providing each & every detail about the CUET UG 2023 Registration process. Students can use this information & can easily fill out the form for their test.
Step 1: Open the Official website: https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/
Step 2: Fill out the form in online mode. No offline registration is available.
Click on the link ‘CUET Registration’.
Enter your basic details like name, email ID, date of birth, etc., and create a user ID and password.
Then a new page will be opened as ‘new registration’.
Step 3: Carefully fill in educational, personal, and academic details in the application form. Upload a passport-size photograph and signature in the application form.
The correction window is open for a very short time.
Only one application form per student is valid. Multiple applications lead to the rejection of applications.
Step 4: Fees to be paid through Debit card, Credit card, or Net banking.
|Category||Centres in India (Each Slot)||Centres outside India (Each Slot)|
|General/ UN-Reserved||INR 650/-||INR 3000/-|
|General-EWS/ OBC-NCL||INR 600/-||INR 3000/-|
|SC/ ST/ PwBD/ 3rd Gender||INR 550/-||INR 3000/-|
Step 5: Take the application printout for future reference.
CUET Eligibility Criteria
|UG Qualification||12th class or its equivalent examination from any recognized board.
||minimum 50% aggregate marks in their qualifying examination.
|Age Criteria||No age limit to give CUET exams. But consider the age criteria for Universities you are desire to take admission on respective universities websites.|
CUET Participating Universities:
|Name of the University||State||Location||Established in Year|
|Aligarh Muslim University||Uttar Pradesh||Aligarh||1920|
|Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University||Uttar Pradesh||Lucknow||1996|
|Banaras Hindu University||Uttar Pradesh||Varanasi||1916|
|Central University of Andhra Pradesh||Andhra Pradesh||Anantapur||2019|
|Central University of South Bihar||Bihar||Gaya||2009|
|Central University of Gujarat||Gujarat||Gandhinagar||2009|
|Central University of Haryana||Haryana||Mahendragarh||2009|
|Central University of Himachal Pradesh||Himachal Pradesh||Dharamsala||2009|
|Central University of Jammu||Jammu and Kashmir||Jammu||2011|
|Central University of Jharkhand||Jharkhand||Ranchi||2009|
|Central University of Karnataka||Karnataka||Kalaburagi||2009|
|Central University of Kashmir||Jammu and Kashmir||Srinagar||2009|
|Central University of Kerala||Kerala||Kasaragod||2009|
|Central University of Odisha||Odisha||Koraput||2009|
|Central University of Punjab||Punjab||Bathinda||2009|
|Central University of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||Ajmer||2009|
|Central University of Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu||Tiruvarur||2009|
|Dr. Harisingh Gaur Vishwa Vidyalaya||Madhya Pradesh||Sagar||1946|
|Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya||Chhattisgarh||Bilaspur||1983 (2009)|
|Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University||Uttrakhand||Srinagar||1973|
|Indira Gandhi National Tribal University||Madhya Pradesh||Amarkantak||2007|
|Jamia Millia Islamia||Delhi||New Delhi||1920 (1988)|
|Jawaharlal Nehru University||Delhi||New Delhi||1969|
|Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya||Maharashtra||Wardha||1997|
|Manipur University||Manipur||Imphal||1980 (2005)|
|Maulana Azad National Urdu University||Telangana||Hyderabad||1998|
|North Eastern Hill University||Meghalaya||Shillong||1973|
|Rajiv Gandhi University||Arunachal Pradesh||Itanagar||1985 (2007)|
|The English and Foreign Languages University||Telangana||Hyderabad||1958|
|University of Allahabad||Uttar Pradesh||Prayagraj||1887 (2005)|
|University of Delhi||Delhi||Delhi||1922|
|University of Hyderabad||Telangana||Hyderabad||1974|
|Visva Bharati University||West Bengal||Bolpur||1921|
|Mahatma Gandhi Central University||Bihar||Motihari||2016|
|Central Sanskrit University, Delhi||Delhi||Delhi||1970|
|Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University||Delhi||New Delhi||1962 (2020)|
|National Sanskrit University||Andhra Pradesh||Tirupati||1961|
CUET UG 2023 Exam Structure
|Section||Section Subjects/ Tests||Questions to be attempted||Question types||Duration|
|Section I A||There are 13 different
languages. Any of these
languages may be chosen.
of 50 in each
|Language to be tested
Comprehension (based on
different types of
Literary and Narrative,
[Literary Aptitude and
|Section I B||There are 20 Languages.
Any other language apart
from those offered in
Section I A may be chosen.
|Section II||There are 27 Domains
specific subjects being
offered under this Section.
A candidate may choose a
maximum of Six (06)
Domains as desired by the
of 50 in each
|• Input text can be used
for MCQ Based
• MCQs based on
NCERT Class XII
|Section III||For any such undergraduate
being offered by
Universities where a
General Test is being used
|• Input text can be used
for MCQ Based
• General Knowledge,
General Mental Ability,
(Simple application of
tat taught till Grade 8),
Logical and Analytical
Here is the insight for the above list:
|List IA||Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odiya, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, English, Hindi and Urdu
|List IB||French, Spanish, German, Nepali, Persian, Italian, Arabic, Sindhi, Kashmiri, Konkani, Bodo, Dogri, Maithili, Manipuri, Santhali, Tibetan, Japanese, Russian, Chinese
|List III||General Knowledge|
Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)
What is the full form of CUET?
The full form of CUET is the Central Universities Entrance Test.
How cuet exam conducted?
The CUET is a multiple-choice online exam that is computer-based.
How many universities can I select in CUET?
There is no restriction on how many universities you can choose from at the date of application. However, most tests that can be taken at one time with just 9 remaining, i.e.6 domain-specific subjects plus 2 languages plus 1 Common Test OR5 domain-specific subjects plus 5 languages plus 1 general test here is the flexibility offered to assist a candidate in applying to numerous universities based on their qualifying requirements
What are the qualifying marks for CUET?
In addition to achieving the required 60%, students should achieve the CUET cut-off for their preferred university. Whether the CUET cut-off should be expressed in terms of marks, percentiles, or a ranking is up to the participating universities. For further consideration, only applicants who meet or surpass the CUET cut-off marks will be contacted.
Is the 12th syllabus enough for CUET?
The class 11 and class 12 subjects and curriculum are included in the NTA CUET Syllabus. The NTA CUET exam heavily relies on the class 12th syllabus. However, the below link will provide you with insights into the full syllabus of your selected domains.
How many attempts are there in CUET?
There is no restriction on the number of times you can take the CUET Exam. Candidates may apply for the CUET Exam as long as they meet the requirements for education, nationality, and other criteria.
can I submit two applications form for 2 courses at a time?
Yes. During certain application cycles, you may submit two applications to the same college. However, filing a second application is unlikely to impact your chances or outcomes unless you significantly improve it.
What is the official website to fill cuet(ug) application form in 2023?
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