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UG Admission 2022 through CUET scores: BHU, CUTN, Karnataka central university admission portal, dates

:- Rank lists for UG admission will be prepared by universities using normalized scores


New Delhi: Central Universities and other participating universities have begun the undergraduate (UG) admission 2022 process through Common University Entrance Test (CUET 2022) scores. Delhi University, Central University of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat have began the admission process for UG courses.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the CUET results 2022 on September 16, 2022, on the official website, The University Grants Commission (UGC) informed that the rank lists will be prepared by universities on the basis of "normalized" scores and not percentile or raw marks. However, none of the state universities in West Bengal have adopted CUET 2022 model for admission to UG courses. 

JNU admission 2022 portal will also be launched shortly, as per the official notice. Candidates will be able to register for the UG admission at Jawaharlal Nehru University at Ambedkar University Delhi has also started its admission process and will be offering admission to 18 courses through CUET scores. Interested candidates will be able to apply till October 12, 2022, at 

Around 20,000 candidates have scored 100 percentile across 30 subjects in CUET 2022 results data. There are 12 papers in which more than a lakh candidate appeared. More than four lakh candidates took the test in two papers -- English and General Test. Four papers -- physics, mathematics, and chemistry -- witnessed more than two lakh students.

The CUET UG 2022 results also indicate that UG admission to humanities and commerce courses in many sought-after colleges will continue to remain difficult, while it would be comparatively easier to secure a seat in the sciences. 

With 14.9 lakh registrations, the CUET is now the second biggest entrance exam in the country, surpassing JEE Main's average registration of 9 lakh. Candidates applied for 54,555 unique combinations of subjects across 90 universities.

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