NEW DELHI : The University of Delhi authorities on Friday announced that candidates with reference disabilities (PwBDs) who will appear for the 2022 General Entrance Test (CUET) will be given extra time during the exam.

This is the first time the University of Delhi will host admissions through CUET. Until last year, the University of Delhi accepted students on the basis of taking grades in exams for 12th grade.

The CUET exam is planned to be held in four parts – section IA (13 languages), section IB (20 languages), section II (27 subjects) and section III (general test).

Speaking at the webinar, Hanit Gandhi, Dean (Admissions Office), informed PwBD (meaning a person with a disability rate of 40 percent or more) that candidates with physical disabilities, including speed, will only be allowed to use the services. scribe.

She said that for the general candidates for sections 1A and 1B of the test will be given 45 minutes each. However, an additional 15 minutes will be given to each section for the candidate from PwBD.

Similarly, for Section II, an additional 15 minutes will be given for each domain topic.

“For Section III, which is a general test, the regular candidate will be given 60 minutes, but the PwBD candidate will be given another 20 minutes,” Gandhi said.

She spoke at a webinar organized by DU to inform students about the regulations and policies of candidates from PwBD. CUET (UG) -2022 will be conducted in computer-based testing (CBT) mode, she said.

Gandhi also reported that the National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the 2022 General Entrance Test (CUET) registration deadline to May 22, 2022.

She also introduced students to the CUET registration process, regulations and required certificates and other aspects.

From this year CUET became compulsory for admission to all central universities.

CUET will take place in two shifts. In the first shift, candidates will be able to write in one language, two domain papers and a general test. In the second shift, candidates may write the remaining four subjects corresponding to the domain and Section 1B.

The candidate may participate in CUET in a maximum of six subjects, one of which must be language.

Following the announcement of the CUET results, an electronic consultation by the university will take place. Candidates will be able to choose the colleges of their choice, and based on their marks they will be awarded colleges.

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