CUET-UG 2022 Results Delayed: Here’s latest update by NTA
The results of CUET will be applicable to some prestigious central universities such as Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Banaras Hindu University.
New Delhi: The National Testing Agency (NTA) was supposed to declare the result for the Common University Entrance Test Undergraduate (CUET-UG) 2022 on September 15. The result for all six phases of the exam is however delayed as NTA ‘needs more time’. NTA conducted the first-ever common entrance test for undergraduate admissions between July 16 to August 30.
M Jagadesh Kumar, the chairperson of UGC told that NTA was to announce the results around 10 pm on September 15. In the latest tweet by the agency, they wrote, “We are working at the results of CUET (UG) 2022. It may take some more time.”
We are working at the results of CUET (UG) 2022. It may take some more time.
— National Testing Agency (@DG_NTA) September 15, 2022
NTA has, however, not informed when the results will be declared. There was a delay while conducting the exams and after all the chaos caused by the delay, it seemed like NTA will finally post the result, but the situation turned out to be different.
The results of CUET will be applicable to some prestigious central universities such as Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Banaras Hindu University. Over nine lakh candidates appeared for the examinations for about 90 universities. During the exams, the students had a choice of making a combination out of 27 different subjects.
Where to check the results?
The results will be released on the official website of CUET-UG, http://cuet.samarth.ac.in. NTA will also release the results on their official websites, http://ntaresults.nic.in and http://nta.ac.in.
The candidates will be assigned a percentile based on the score for each subject they opted for. The scoresheet will show the ‘normalised’ scores instead of raw marks.
The interpolation method will be used to determine the raw scores of the candidates in the shifts they were not present. Assume, the exams were conducted in three sessions and each candidate sat for it in one session, so the raw marks for the rest two sessions will be calculated through interpolation. Then the average of the hence calculated raw scores will make up the percentile of the candidate.