The debut version of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET)-UG, which is the second largest entrance check within the nation, has been marred by a number of glitches inflicting exam cancellations and leaving the aspirants anxious and struggling. Here is a listing of glitches and cases of what went fallacious within the exam with over 14.9 lakh aspirants:
Exam centre change: A final-minute change of exam centre on the primary day of the check on July 15 led to many candidates lacking the exam. Students who turned for the exam at a number of centres in Delhi within the morning slot reported they weren’t allowed entry. The NTA later introduced that candidates who had been knowledgeable in regards to the centre change by means of emails and SMS an evening earlier than the exam, is not going to get an opportunity for retest. In the additional phases too aspirants have been complaining about final minute modifications in exam centres.
Mass cancellation of exam following reviews of sabotage: The second shift exam on first day of second part (August 4) was cancelled in any respect centres. During your complete part, exam was cancelled at a number of centres with UGC Chairman saying the exam has been cancelled following reviews of sabotage. The candidates from the second part will probably be getting an opportunity for retest later this month.
Exam postponed to accommodate alternative of centre: The exam in third part was postponed for over 11,000 candidates as their alternative of metropolis for exam centre couldn’t be accommodated. They may also be showing for the exam on August 30.
Uninformed modifications in exam dates: Several aspirants have been claiming that their exam dates are being modified with out prior info main them to unintentionally miss the exams. The college students have been reaching out to each NTA and UGC looking for readability on retest.
Admit playing cards mentioning already handed exam dates: Several CUET-UG aspirants have claimed that the exam dates talked about on their admit playing cards have already handed whereas the date intimated to them earlier was totally different. The NTA has appealed to the candidates to not panic and follow the dates which they’ve been knowledgeable and their admit playing cards will replicate the right dates quickly.
Exam cancellation attributable to technical glitches: Technical glitches marred the fourth part of the CUET on August 17 forcing the NTA to cancel the exam at 13 centres affecting over 8,600 candidates.The affected candidates will get an opportunity for retest on August 25.
Exam cancellation attributable to rains, landslides: The exam in second and third phases had been additionally cancelled at some centres in Kerala and Itanagar attributable to rains and landslides. In Arunachal Pradesh’s Itanagar, solely three candidates might attain the 2 exam centres and the remaining couldn’t attributable to a landslide. All the affected candidates will get an opportunity for retest.
Delayed schedule: According to the preliminary plan, all phases of the CUET-UG had been scheduled to conclude on August 20. The NTA had later introduced that each one phases of the exam will conclude on August 28. However, now the schedule has been additional deferred and the exam has been cut up into six phases and is slated to conclude on August 30. The delayed schedule of the exam has additional delayed college admissions.
The National Testing Agency (NTA), which is chargeable for conducting the exams, had introduced a grievance redressal electronic mail for candidates who’re scuffling with the problems. According to University Grants Commission (UGC), every grievance is being evaluated and after verification a name is being taken whether or not to permit the candidate to look for a retest. On Monday, the NTA had introduced an unique electronic mail for candidates with grievances of CUET date clashing with different exams.
UGC Chief Jagadesh Kumar had final week instructed PTI that the glitches is not going to have an effect on growth plans for the essential exam which features a proposal to merge it with JEE and NEET and conducting the exam twice a yr.
Kumar had in March introduced that the undergraduate admissions will probably be carried out in all central universities by means of a typical entrance check and never on foundation of class 12 marks.
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