Review of CUET arrangements at test centres by UGC and the Ministry of Education

National Testing Agency postpones Common University Entrance Test (CUET) Exam was postponed at a total of 50 examination centres on Friday . Technical difficulties were identified in some centres .

New Delhi, India, August 6: Officials from the Ministry of Education, the University Grants Commission, the All India Council for Technical Education, and NTA reviewed the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) arrangements at the test centres around the country, along with Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, said on Saturday that the exams went well in both shifts.On Aug. 7, all arrangements have been made for CUET.The Chairman announced that 63,404 candidates had registered in 276 test centres around India, bringing the whole situation to a close.It was discovered that some of the centers did not follow the established procedures.

Students impacted by the accident may email the subject, applicants must specify their application number.According to the National Testing Agency, CUET-UG was postponed at a total of 50 examination centres on Friday, while 20 were postponed from the first shift, 30 were from the second.The discovery comes as a result of technical difficulties being identified in some centres.

The observers city coordinators on the ground provided reports.The decision to postpone has been made based on their recommendations, according to an official statement by the NTA.