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CUET-PG Application Open From Today: How Can Candidates Apply?

The exam will be held in the last week of July.

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CUET-PG Application Open From Today: How Can Candidates Apply?
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The Common University Entrance Test (CUET-PG) for postgraduate admissions will be held in the last week of July, UGC Chairman M Jagadesh Kumar tweeted, adding that the application window will open on Thursday, 19 May.

Earlier, the UGC announced that the last date of application for CUET-UG admissions will be 22 May.

The entrance test, which is being held for the first time this academic year, will comprise three sections: language section, domain-specific subjects, and a general test.

How can you register for CUET-PG? Here's all you need to know.

How can candidates apply?

Students can apply on the official website cuet.samarth.ac.in. Students can then click on the 'Register' option, fill in a valid email id, phone number and other details. They will be asked to submit the necessary documents as prescribed by the NTA. They can then pay the application fees in online mode, submit and take a printout of the application form for future references.

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When will the entrance test be held?

The entrance test will be held in the last week July but the dates have not been announced as yet.

What are the fees for the test?

General-unreserved category students have to pay Rs 650 to sit for the exam. Students in the General-EWS or OBC-NCL category have to pay Rs 600 to sit for an exam within the country. Students in the SC, ST, PwBD or third gender categories pay Rs 550 for the test.

Any student who opts to appear for the test outside the country, will have to pay Rs 3,000 for the test.

Where will the entrance test be held?

The entrance test will be held in 547 centres within the country and 13 cities outside the country. Students can opt for any of the cities.

The admit cards can also be downloaded from the website later on. The centre, date, and timing will be indicated on the admit card.

What is the mode and pattern of testing?

The test will be computer-based and students will be given multiple choice questions.

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