CUET UG 2023 Admit Card has been released for May 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2023 exam dates. The download link is given below.
National Testing Agency, NTA has released CUET UG 2023 Admit Card for May 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2023. Candidates who will appear for CUET UG examination on the dates mentioned above can download the admit card through the official site of NTA CUET at cuet.samarth.ac.in.
CUET UG 2023 Admit Card
As per the official notice, the candidates scheduled to appear on 25, 26, 27, and 28 May 2023 are required to download their Admit Card of CUET (UG) – 2023 (using their Application No. and Date of Birth) from the website. To download the admit card, candidates can follow the steps given below.
Direct link to download CUET UG 2023 Admit Card
CUET UG 2023 Admit Card: How to download
- Visit the official site of NTA CUET at cuet.samarth.ac.in.
- Click on CUET UG 2023 Admit Card link available on the home page.
- Enter the login details and click on submit.
- Your admit card will be displayed on the screen.
- Check the admit card and download the page.
- Keep a hard copy of the same for further need.
Admit Card for the candidates whose examinations are scheduled on later date(s) will also be released subsequently. For more related details candidates can check the official site of CUET UG.
The exam began on Sunday. CUET-UG Phase one is being conducted in 271 cities and more than 447 centres from May 21 to 25. The exams are being held in three shifts. The total number of candidates scheduled in shift 1 was 87,879; in shift 2, 87,903 students appeared and in the third shift which was organised in 458 centres, 89,466 students took the exam.
According to UGC chairman professor M. Jagadesh Kumar the first day attendance of CUET-UG was 76 per cent, a significant jump from last year which was around 62 per cent.
In two per cent of the centres (approximately 12 out of 450), the exam started later than scheduled but was successfully completed. The exam started late due to a couple of reasons, such as power fluctuations in some centres and, in others, students needing to follow staggered entry, he added.
According to the UGC, the students were informed in the admit cards to enter the centre in a staggered manner. “But in a few centres, since they came late, there was crowding and subsequent delay in the start of the exam. We request the students to come staggered to avoid this kind of situation. We have now taken administrative measures to prevent such situations in the future. In many cities, we have also taken help from the traffic police to minimize traffic jams around the centres,” Kumar added.
He said, “We have also provided basic amenities like water, refreshments, and covered shelters, waiting areas for the candidates and their parents, guardians. Candidates and their parents were also regularly informed about the steps taken and the exam start status in the centres where there was a delay in starting the test.
“We will continue to take measures to provide a better experience to the students sitting for CUET-UG.”
For the second phase (May 25-28), the National Testing Agency and the UGC are working to provide admit cards by the May 22nd late night or May 23. They will announce the city information slips for the third phase ( May 29 – June 2) on May 23.