CUET-UG: According to the NTA, exam centres that violated the guidelines would face strict punishment

National Testing Agency (NTA) acknowledged difficulties faced by students in some of the Common University Entrance Test Undergraduate (CUET-UG) centers . The agency said that strict measures would be taken against those centers that did not follow the guidelines .

NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) acknowledged the difficulties faced by students in some of the Common University Entrance Test Undergraduate (CUET-UG) centers on Saturday and said that tough measures would be taken against centers that did not follow the guidelines.Yesterday, the NTA reviewed the whole situation.Some facilities did not comply with laid-down procedures, according to the report.Any case of non-compliance sabotage will be viewed with utmost concern, according to a statement released by NTA.

Animated parents and students alike gathered across India on Day 2 of CUET's second phase, expressing dissatisfaction with the exam's delay and irregularities.Even as the National Testing Agency (NTA) continues to monitor the frequent occurrence of technical problems and is likely to delist a number of centres, candidates are in reticence as the agency hasn't yet released the admit cards for the Sunday exam until this update was issued late Friday night.Candidates who appear on August 7 for their exams took to social media to tag NTA for admit card problems.Besides that, there are candidates who posted admit cards on social media, claiming to have been offered places they haven't selected for.

From July 15 to August 20, the NTA will conduct CUET (UG)-2022 (excluding other undergraduate examinations and gazetted holidays) at 489 centres spread across 300 cities in India and nine outside India.