Jamia Millia Islamia has decided to opt out of the CUET 2023 Exam. The Common University Entrance Test, CUET Exam will not be held for entry into all UG and PG courses at Jamia. Instead, Jamia will conduct its own entrance exam to “ensure timely admissions”. Jamia Millia Islamia conducted admissions for 10 undergraduate courses through CUET for the academic session of 2022-23. For the Session of 2023-24, the higher education institute is expected to use CUET 2023 for a limited amount of courses.
The official further stated that the university has no plans to implement CUET 2023 across all undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Jamia said that it would stick to its own admission test – the JMI Entrance Exam. Last year, Jamia opened admissions for 8 courses through the CUET Exam. However, this number later increased to 10.
Students who applied for the – BA (Hons) Turkish Language and Literature, BA (Hons) Sanskrit, BA (Hons) French and Francophone Studies, BA (Hons) Spanish and Latin American Studies, BA (Hons) History, BA (Hons) Hindi, BA (Hons) Economics, BSc Biotechnology, BVoc (Solar Energy), and BSc (Hons) Physics courses at Jamia were required to appear for CUET 2022.
The number and details regarding the new courses under CUET would be shared by the institute soon. CUET 2023 Registrations are underway for the CUET UG exams. Candidates can submit their applications on the official website – cuet.samarth.ac.in till 12 March 2023. CUET UG 2023 is scheduled to be held from 21 to 31 May 2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How should I prepare for CUET 2023?
CUET is a very competitive exam that requires a lot of effort, attention, enthusiasm, and preparation. The only way to do well at CUET is to practice, practice, and practice again. Mock tests are an inevitable part of the practice process. Students must practice more and more mock tests.
2. What will be the mode of the CUET 2023 exam?
The CUET 2023 will be conducted online mode. Candidates are required to carry the admit card 2023 along with a valid photo ID.
3. How many attempts are there in CUET?
This year the authorities have decided to conduct the exam once a year. But from next year it can be possible that they can provide more than one chance to appear in CUET.
4. Which are the central universities participating in CUET 2023?
These are the Central Universities of Delhi, Silchar, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Jammu, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, Rajasthan, South Bihar, and Tamil Nadu.
5. What are the CUET Cut-off marks?
The cut-off score may vary for each category. Students who belong to the General category have to score 55% marks for qualifying for the CUET exam. Whereas, for SC/ST qualifying marks are 45% (50% marks in the case of the OBC category).