Professor Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, Zakir Hussain College, Delhi University explains the reason for the increase in applications, saying that this time there is more awareness among the students than last year because last year CUET was launched for the first time and many students appeared in the exam for one reason or the other. Could not give This time there are students who could not give last year’s exam. Along with this, it is now clear to the students that without CUET, there will be no admission in big universities. Along with this, science students have applied for NEET, JEE Main and CUET in all three. Right now it is difficult to predict how the race for admission in science courses will be. Science students have applied for many exams and the student will decide where to go only after seeing his/her score in the exams.
Most applications from UP, Delhi and Bihar
Experts also say that the way the applications have increased, it is clear that the competition will be a bit tough. Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Allahabad University, Jamia Millia Islamia have received the maximum number of applications. A candidate can appear for a maximum of 10 subjects in CUET. Maximum applications have been received from UP, Delhi and Bihar.
Number of universities increased from 90 to 242
This time the number of universities participating in CUET has increased from 90 to 242. On the basis of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) score for admission to graduation courses, admission will not be done in BA, B.Com, B.Sc courses only, but universities will also give admission in dual degree courses on the basis of this score. Will have the option of Admission in BBA-LLB, BA-LLB, BSC-MSC, BA-MA can also be done on the basis of CUET score. Many universities are giving admission in five years integrated courses on the basis of this score.
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