If the complaint is found to be true, NTA will conduct re-examination for CUET-UG candidates

CUET-UG exam conducted in hybrid mode for the first time across the country Cancelled in Delhi The night before the exam, citing logistical reasons, the exam was postponed.

The exam was later held in the national capital. The NTA had earlier announced that the third edition of CUET-UG will be completed in seven days and there will be no normalisation of marks as all the exams will be conducted in a single shift.

The exams for 15 subjects were conducted in pen-paper mode and for the remaining 48 subjects the exams were conducted in computer-based mode.

This year over 13.4 lakh candidates registered for the common entrance test for admission to undergraduate courses in 261 central, state, deemed and private universities.

The first edition of the exam in 2022 faced technical glitches.

Also, as the exam for one subject was conducted in multiple shifts, the marks had to be normalized at the time of declaration of result.

Amid criticism over alleged irregularities in medical entrance exam NEET and PhD entrance exam NET, the Centre last week removed NTA Director General Subodh Singh and constituted a high-level panel headed by former Indian Space Research Organisation chief R Radhakrishnan to ensure transparent, smooth and fair conduct of examinations through the NTA.

While NEET is under scrutiny for several irregularities including alleged paper leak, UGC-NET was cancelled after the Education Ministry received information that the sanctity of the exam had been compromised.

Both the cases are being investigated by the CBI.

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