CUET PG 2022 - Today Is The Last Day To Edit Application Form, Check Details Here

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The window to make corrections to the CUET PG application form for the class of 2022 will close today, September 30. Candidates who want to make any changes to their application can visit the official website up to 11:50 pm today.

The application correction window for the Common University Entrance Test Postgraduate (CUET PG) is set to close today, September 30, 2022. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conclude the application correction process at 11:50 pm today. If candidates wish to make any edits to their CUET PG application form for 2022, they can do so by visiting the official website and logging in to their respective portals. Candidates must use their application number and date of birth to log in and access the application form.
According to the NTA, the application correction facility is provided to candidates on a case-by-case basis. In a statement, the NTA said: “Some candidates have approached NTA requesting to allow them for correction in the particulars filled.
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We understand that some applicants may have made mistakes during the online application process for CUET (PG) – 2022. In order to support them, we have decided to provide another opportunity for corrections.
The CUET PG 2022 results have been released, and unlike the CUET UG 2022 results, the PG scorecard includes the raw scores of the candidates. To explain this, NTA has not calculated the NTA score or percentile score for CUET PG and the candidates will be proceeding with the admission process on the basis of their raw scores. Universities granting admission on the basis of CUET PG scores are also directed to prepare the rank list or merit list based on raw scores.
The NTA has allowed candidates to make changes in the following fields:
– Candidate’s Name, Mother’s Name or Father’s Name
– Date of Birth
– Gender
– Category
– PwBD (Persons with Benchmark Disabilities)
– Choice of Universities
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