CUET UG result declared: A guide to the admission process

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The Common University Entrance Test (CHUTE) UG 2022 exam results were declared by the NTA on Friday as it postponed the exams for another day due to delays in the process. About 20 thousand students have secured 100 percent marks in Chuet exam.

According to the report, 8,236 students scored 100 percent in English, 2,065 in Political Science, 1,669 in Business Studies, 1,324 in Biology, 1,188 in Economics, 893 in History, 875 students in Hindi, 422 students in Accountancy and 422 students in Geography.

A higher score in the Chuet test means a higher cutoff for the 90-odd universities participating in the Chuet process. Among the participating universities, maximum number of students applied for Delhi University which received 6,63,776 applications followed by BHU 4,34,140 applications, Allahabad University 2,62,488, Jamia Millia Islamia University 1,44,134 applications and 67,546 applications. has at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).

Among private universities, IIMT University received 1.68 lakh applications, Galgotia University received 1.23 lakh applications and Apex University, Jaipur received 1.01 lakh applications.

NTA informed that each participating university/institution will decide the admission process based on CUET-UG 2022 scorecard.

Admission process in DU:

While many universities are yet to decide on their admission process DU launched the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal on September 12 and developed detailed guidelines for admission to 79 UG programs in 67 colleges affiliated to the central university. Admission will be conducted in three phases and classes are most likely to start by November 1.

Admission Process:

1) In the first step, students have to pay a non-refundable one-time application fee. The fee will be 100 for SC, ST and PWBD category applicants and 250 for UR, OBC-NCL, EWS category.

2) Applicants then need to fill all the relevant details including email id and class 12th score. Details submitted during the Chute process such as name, photograph and signature etc. will be automatically linked to the CSAS portal. Special care must be taken while filling class 12th marks as it will be the deciding factor in the merit score for the same.

3) In the second stage, select their program and college combination and fill their preferences. College coordination will also determine the order of preference for allotment of seats. Finally, candidates have to confirm the order of choice of each program and college by clicking on ‘Submit’ button on or before the last day of submission of choice.

4) In the third step, the candidate will be allotted a specific seat and given a specific deadline/time to ‘take’ the seat. Once they are rejected the seat aspirants will not be able to participate in the next round of CSAS-2022.

5) Once submitted the candidate has to pay their admission fee to confirm their provisional admission in their chosen college.

6) Colleges will accept or reject provisionally allotted seats to candidates after verification. Candidates can also opt for an ‘upgrade’ and will be considered in the next allotment round based on seat availability.

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