NEET-UG in 543 Indian cities this year:

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NEW DELHI: For the first time, each NEET-UG examinee this year will get their scanned optical mark recognition (OMR) answer sheets in their mailbox. All NEETUG candidates will also get a copy of the confirmation page and scorecard delivered to their e-mails.
While these steps are towards making exam more transparent, the National Testing Agency has also brought the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test closer to home for aspirants by substantially increasing the number of cities where it will be conducted. Up from 154 in 2019 and 202 in 2021, NEET-UG this year will be conducted in 543 cities in the country and 14 outside India (up from two in 2021). Spread across 112 aspirational districts, the number of centres this year would cross 10,000, up from 3,858 in 2021.
“Travelling and accommodation, especially for female candidates and for those from remote areas have always been an issue. Our effort has been to take the test as close to the homes as possible,” said Vineet Joshi, direc- tor general, NTA.

 The pen-paper mode test will also be conducted in cities like Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Dubai and Singapore, among others.
The first edition of CUET-UG will be conducted in approximately 547 cities. The NTA on Wednesday opened the online registration for both tests. The application window will remain open till May 6, 2022. As wasfirst reported by TOI, NEETUG will be conducted on July 17, while CUET will be held in the first or second week of July. the dates forwhich will be announcedsoon on NTA’s website. Another change inNEET-UG this year is thatNTA will provide scribes forcandidates with specialneeds. Earlier, candidateswere also allowed to get theirown scribes. Also Aadhaarauthentication, which wasdiscontinued in 2020 and2021, has been added. NTA has also launched amobile application, SANDES, which will work as a secondary channel (apart from SMS/email) to receive notifications. Moreover, Umangand DigiLocker NTA willprovide an additionalplatform to download documents such as admit cards and score cards.

CUET-UG will provide a single window opportunity to students seeking admission in central universities across the country for undergraduate programmes. A senior NTA official told TOI that the agency is mapping all participating universities and all the programmes and their eligibility criteria to upload on its website.

While the notification hasn’t mentioned the specific dates for the CUET-UG, it said the tests will be conducted in the first or second week of July 2022 and the exams will be held in two slots-slot I which is of three hours and 15 minutes and slot Il of three hours and 45 minutes. As per NTA sources, a candidate will be able to appear only in one slot in a given day and the subsequent slot in another day.
New Delhi: For the first time this year, every NEET-UG test taker will get the scanned Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) answer sheets in their mailbox. All NEETUG candidates will also get a copy of the confirmation page and scorecard on their e-mail.

While these steps are towards making the exam more transparent, the National Testing Agency has brought the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test closer to home for the candidates, where it will be conducted. Up from 154 in 2019 and 202 in 2021, NEET-UG will be conducted this year in 543 cities in the country and 14 outside India (up from two in 2021). Spread across 112 aspirational districts, the number of centers will cross 10,000 this year from 3,858 in 2021.
“Travel and accommodation has always been an issue, especially for women candidates and people from remote areas. Vineet Joshi, Director General, NTA said, “Our endeavor is to make the examinations in as many homes as possible.”

The pen-paper mode test will also be conducted in cities like Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Dubai and Singapore.

The first edition of CUET-UG will be conducted in around 547 cities. NTA on Wednesday started online registration for both the tests. The application window will be open till May 6, 2022. As first reported by TOI, NEETUG will be conducted on July 17, while CUET will be conducted in the first or second week of July. The dates for which will be announced soon on the NTA website. Another change in NEET-UG this year is that NTA will provide scribes for candidates with special needs. Earlier, candidates were also allowed to get their own scribes. Also Aadhaar authentication, which was discontinued in 2020 and 2021, has been added. NTA has also launched a mobile application, SANDS, which will act as a secondary channel (besides SMS/email) for receiving notifications. In addition, Umangand DigiLocker will provide an additional platform to download documents such as NTA admit cards and score card.

CUET-UG will provide a single-window opportunity to students seeking admission in central universities across the country for undergraduate programs. A senior NTA official told TOI that the agency is mapping all participating universities and all programs and their eligibility criteria for uploading on its website.

While the notification did not mention the specific dates for CUET-UG, it said that the tests will be conducted in the first or second week of July 2022 and the exam will be conducted in two slots-Slot I, which is of three hours, and Slot II of 15 minutes and three hours 45 minutes. According to NTA sources, a candidate will be able to appear in only one slot on a given day and a subsequent slot on the second day

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